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  Effect of Anomalous Attenuation in a Linear Accelerator
Effect of Anomalous Attenuation in a Linear Accelerator
It was shown that, due to the importance of higher terms in the expansion representing the power flow in the accelerator guide, the series impedance is lower than had been previously assumed.
From this value and experimentally determined data on the position of electron bunching, the energy expected from the accelerator may be calculated for various loading conditions.
www.nature.com /nature/journal/v172/n4375/abs/172463a0.html   (213 words)

  
  Accelerator effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The accelerator effect in economics refers to a positive effect on private fixed investment of the growth of the market economy (measured e.g.
The accelerator effect fits the behavior of an economy best when either the economy is moving away from full employment or when it is already below that level of production.
Thus, the simple accelerator model implies an endogenous explanation of the business-cycle downturn, the transition to a recession.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Accelerator_effect   (692 words)

  
 Accelerator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
accelerator (chemistry), a substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction.
Accelerator effect, the economic stimulus to private fixed investment that occurs due to growth in aggregate demand.
Particle accelerator, a device which uses electric and/or magnetic fields to propel electrically charged particles to high speeds.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Accelerator   (169 words)

  
 Calcium sulfonate or calcium hydrocarbyl sulfate accelerator for amine cure of epoxy resins - Patent 5442035
Cure of an epoxy resin by an aliphatic amine is accelerated by a calcium sulfonate or calcium hydrocarbyl sulfate salt.
According to the invention, cure of an epoxy resin by an aliphatic amine is accelerated by a calcium sulfonate or calcium hydrocarbyl sulfate salt.
A mixture (Accelerator A) was prepared by mixing 59 parts by weight of Ca(NO.sub.3).sub.2.4H.sub.2 O with 41 parts by weight of polyethylene glycol 400 and stirring until the mixture became a homogeneous liquid.
www.freepatentsonline.com /5442035.html   (1962 words)

  
 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Accelerator   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
An accelerator to speed a function in computer hardware.
A substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction, such as the curing of an adhesive.
The accelerator effect in economics refers to stimulus to private fixed investment that occurs due to growth in aggregate demand.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Accelerator   (187 words)

  
 Accelerator : Circular Accelerators (SLAC VVC)
The cyclotron is a particle accelerator conceived by Ernest O. Lawrence in 1929, and developed, with this colleagues and students at the University of California in the 1930s.
A synchrotron (sometimes called a synchro-cyclotron) is a circular accelerator which has an electromagnetic resonant cavity (or perhaps a few placed at regular intervals around the ring) to accelerate the particles.
The energy lost from the beam by this radiation effect must be restored by introducing accelerating cavities at one or more places in the ring, to give the particles a kick in energy every time they pass.
www2.slac.stanford.edu /vvc/accelerators/circular.html   (1006 words)

  
 Accelerators
Accelerators are disabled by default, but can be enabled by choosing Accelerators On from the menu or activating the Accelerators on checkbox on the Accelerators dialog.
Keystrokes being interpreted as accelerators are shown in the status line; the time-out setting controls how long a partial accelerator entry is retained.
Accelerators can be added by writing their definitions in a Python file and reading the file with Load on the Accelerators dialog.
www.cgl.ucsf.edu /chimera/docs/ContributedSoftware/accelerators/accelerators.html   (1086 words)

  
 Deficit spending - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On the other hand, if supply-side (non-Keynesian) effects are brought into consideration, which method has a better stimulative economic effect is a matter of debate.
This accelerator effect stimulates demand further and encourages rising employment.
The vast majority of economists are now in favor of monetary policy to replace active use of deficits or surpluses.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Deficit_spending   (1219 words)

  
 IS/LM model - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
One Keynesian hypothesis is that a government's deficit spending has an effect similar to that of a lower saving rate or increased private fixed investment, increasing the amount of aggregate demand for national income at each individual interest rate.
The graph indicates one of the major criticisms of deficit spending as a way to stimulate the economy: rising interest rates lead to crowding out – i.e., discouragement – of private fixed investment, which in turn may hurt long-term growth of the supply side (potential output).
Keynesians respond that deficit spending may actually "crowd in" (encourage) private fixed investment via the accelerator effect, which helps long-term growth.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/IS/LM_model   (916 words)

  
 Keynesian economics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the 1920s, Keynes published a series of books and articles which focused on the effects of state power and large economic trends, developing the idea of monetary policy as something separate from merely maintaining currency against a fixed peg.
This accelerator effect would shift the I line to the left again, a change not shown in the diagram above..
The effect on demand of any exogenous increase in spending, such as an increase in government outlays is a multiple of that increase—until potential is reached.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Keynesian_economics   (4035 words)

  
 Accelerator effect   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The accelerator effect in economics refers to a positive effect on private fixed investment of the growth of the market economy (measured, say, by Gross Domestic Product).
The accelerator effect also goes the other way: falling G.D.P. (a recession)hurts business profits, sales, cash flow, use of capacity, and expectations.
Modern economists have described the accelerator effect in terms of the flexible accelerator model of investment.
www.therfcc.org /accelerator-effect-55323.html   (384 words)

  
 Definition of Accelerator effect
The accelerator effect in economics refers to a positive effect on private fixed investment of the growth of the market economy (measured, say, by Gross Domestic Product).
The accelerator effect fits the behavior of an economy best when either the economy is moving away from full employment or when it is already below that level of production.
Thus, the simple accelerator model implies an endogenous explanation of the business-cycle downturn, the transition to a recession.
www.wordiq.com /definition/Accelerator_effect   (733 words)

  
 eLink-Tech Tip-Issue 52 Archive
In fact, a major improvement in the latest version of Accelerator is that it starts automatically when you sign in to TotalAccess and shuts down automatically when you sign out or if you change from dial-up to a high-speed connection.
Accelerator has two major settings that affect your browsing speed: image acceleration and temporary file storage.
Accelerator can remove that bottleneck by compressing images so that they take less time to load.
www.earthlink.net /elink/issue52/tech_archive.html   (776 words)

  
 ejge paper 2002-03
To investigate effect of accelerator on bonding strength under different time interval, bonding strength were determined on same rock sample with JRC =1(planer surface, smooth) under varying time by adding 5% sodium silicate to shotcrete mixture.
The test for effect of accelerator was carried with an interval of one day by adding 5% sodium silicate to the shotcrete mixture while casting.
Effect of Accelerator (5% Sodium Silicate) on Bond Strength of Shotcrete.
www.ejge.com /2002/Ppr0203/Ppr0203.htm   (2270 words)

  
 The PSDP debate By Dr Sajjad Akhtar -DAWN - Business; 29 March, 2004
The first multiplier is at work and mostly accrues to bureaucracy/politicians responsible at the time of awarding the contract and at each stage of payment and inspections, while the second accruing to the private sector is the sum total of rent seeking and/or cost-cutting strategies adopted during the life of the project.
These two multipliers and single accelerator are the origin or the first round of the powerful income effect at work in the 'crowding in'.
Second round of income effects are generated when the surpluses from these three effects are invested and late in the chain are the efficiency gains of pump priming, i.e., higher rate of return on private capital ultimately encouraging private investment.
www.dawn.com /2004/03/29/ebr3.htm   (1941 words)

  
 MTU Tech Alive Explore Research Project
Hall-effect accelerators (HEA’s) are plasma fluid devices that utilize crossed electric (E) and magnetic (B) fields to eject a low-density ionized gas.
HEA’s employ a magnetic field applied transverse to an accelerating electric field to emulate virtual accelerating electrodes.
In this project, the defining characteristics of the accelerating region in an HEA will be reproduced on a physically larger scale in the construction of an electron trapping apparatus.
techalive.mtu.edu /explore/030737.htm   (511 words)

  
 Re: HES: DISC -- Multiplier- accelerator model   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The acceleration principle is surely there (Kalecki indeed got it from Aftalion), but I am not so sure about the multiplier.
Although the quantification of the effect of increased expenditure on consumption looks very much like a multiplier, it only spreads increases in consumption, not total expenditure, while for JMK the effect is global, as it includes (and indeed is centred on) investment.]
If that's not a multiplier-accelerator relationship (and even less a multiplier-accelerator theory of the cycle), it's a (Wicksellian?) cumulative process -which almost everybody in the 1920s put at the basis of their trade cycle theories (and which is, by the way, how Haberler considered Harrod's theory -in a letter to him in 1937).
www.eh.net /lists/archives/hes/may-2001/0018.php   (1066 words)

  
 Economics Interactive
The accelerator is a causal relationship between increases in aggregate demand and national output(ΔQ), and the resulting increase in net investment (ΔI).
Attribute framing effects occur when evaluations of a choice are more favorable when presented in positive terms than in negative terms.
Choice C entails a 50% chance that the glass will be empty and a 50% chance that the glass will be full, while choice D yields certainty that the glass of juice will be half full.
www.unc.edu /depts/econ/byrns_web/Economicae/EconomicaeA.htm   (4002 words)

  
 ACC-EFFECT
This is not a "Loaves and Fishes Effect", as to physical currency, however.
For instance, a simplistic explanation of the "Multiplier Effect", is, you invest a $1000 in inventory, that you borrowed from a bank.
The same $1000 in circulation generates commercial transactions, factored by the The Accelerator Effect, which is the "speed" at which this occurs.
www.calneva.com /money/effects.htm   (581 words)

  
 Global Economic Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The interaction between multiplier and accelerator effects could well be decisive in shaping the global business cycle dynamic that is now in train.
Indeed, money began to accelerate even before the Fed eased, hinting that market declines in interest rates were working their restorative magic on money and credit and thus laying the groundwork for the economic soft landing so sought after by policymakers and investors.
In the three months since, however, it has accelerated to +7%, and in January and February, in the wake of 100 bp of rate cuts, the base grew at nearly a 10% annual rate.
www.morganstanley.com /GEFdata/digests/20010307-wed.html   (6629 words)

  
 Crowding out (economics) - Psychology Central   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
However, this crowding-out effect is moderated by the fact that government spending expands the market for private-sector products and thus stimulates – or "crowds in" – fixed investment (via the "accelerator effect").
This accelerator effect is most important when business suffers from unused industrial capacity, i.e., during a serious recession or a depression.
The negative effects on long-term economic growth that occur when private fixed investment are crowded out can be moderated if the government uses its deficit to finance productive investment in education, basic research, at the like.
www.grohol.com /psypsych/Crowding_out_%28economics%29   (594 words)

  
 Download Accelerator Plus - F.A.Q
Once clicking a file to download from a site you will be presented with an option box to choose between 'Regular' and 'Accelerated', by clicking on the 'Regular' button DAP will be disabled and will not trigger the download, and by clicking the 'Accelerated' button DAP will trigger and download the file.
DAP acceleration is achieved by two factors: locating the most responsive servers from which the file will be downloaded, and by implementing multi-connection downloading from those servers.
After you install Download Accelerator Plus, it will automatically activate itself when you download files from internet sites that you enter using your browser.
www.speedbit.com /faq   (2586 words)

  
 HES: DISC -- Multiplier- accelerator model   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In any case, Giblin does not have an accelerator model in his lecture that I could spot, so he is not in the running on having developed the multiplier-accelerator model.
If that is not the multiplier effect interacting with the accelerator effect, I do not know what is.
But, he would appear to be neither the inventor of the idea of combining a multiplier with an accelerator, credit for which should probably go to J.M. Clark, nor of producing a fully consistent and rigorous model that does so.
www.eh.net /lists/archives/hes/may-2001/0017.php   (466 words)

  
 The accelerator effect - Express Computer
With solution accelerators, we believe we would be giving enterprises better value for money spent on the Office suite.” Padmanabhan likens the solution accelerator approach to the fast food business model (combo orders) that organisations adapt to fuel growth.
Before the deployment of the accelerator, the workflow pertaining to data collection was not automated and data collection relied on Excel worksheets that needed to be uploaded.
Padmanabhan says that the accelerator approach is a customer requirement and has been formed specifically to address customer pain areas.
www.expresscomputeronline.com /20041108/market02.shtml   (1010 words)

  
 NIST Metallurgy Division Publications - NISTIR 6797
Most importantly, this model recognizes changes of local coverage of accelerator on the interface both by accumulation from the electrolyte and by changes of the local area upon which the accelerator has adsorbed.
Accumulation of accelerator at the bottom of superfilling trenches is dominated by this geometrical effect.
The demand for accurate micromagnetic modeling is accelerating as the industry wide trend of over 60% per year increase in bit density for hard disks creates increasing demands on our ability to predict and control the magnetization in materials and devices.
www.metallurgy.nist.gov /techactv2001/TechnicalHighlights.html   (6995 words)

  
 IngentaConnect Effect of 1-phenyl-2,4-dithiobiuret as secondary accelerator on c...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Effect of 1-phenyl-2,4-dithiobiuret as secondary accelerator on cure characteristics and vulcanisate properties of natural rubber-styrene/butadiene rubber blends
This new accelerator was synthesised and used in combination with sulphenamides such as dicyclohexyl benzothiazyl sulphenamide, tertiary butyl benzothiazole sulphenamide and morpholinothio benzothiazole sulphenamide.
Dynamic mechanical analysis was carried out to study the effect of the new accelerator on entanglement density and modulus.
api.ingentaconnect.com /content/maney/prc/2003/00000032/00000001/art00002   (227 words)

  
 Texas Communications Online Internet Services
When Texas Communications Accelerator is accessing VPN pages, a yellow triangle (similar to a yield sign) appears on the Texas Communications Accelerator icon in the taskbar to let you know that Texas Communications Accelerator is temporarily unavailable.
If you are using Texas Communications Accelerator, the effect of deleting your browser's cache will be less pronounced that what would otherwise be the case.
Although Texas Communications Accelerator recommends Service Pack 3, if it is inconvenient to upgrade a temporary solution to this problem is to refresh the page by clicking Refresh on the Internet Explorer toolbar, or by clicking Refresh on the IE View menu to retrieve the redirected URL and display the missing image.
www.tconline.net /accel_faq.htm   (8778 words)

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