Definition for dt (2 of 3)
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Definition for dt (3 of 3)
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Thus the efficiency of the cycle is dvdp ⁄ H, and this by the former definition is dT ⁄ T.Lord Kelvin|Andrew Gray
It is often known as the Royale dt, and has had various other synonyms.
There is a suspicion that it may be the Bergamotte dt renamed after a Polish nobleman.
An equestrian, named Prince, was performing at the Cirque dt a vaulting act on two horses, which were leaping fixed bars.Acrobats and Mountebanks|Hugues Le Roux
It depends also on the rate at which currents rise and fall, and this is indicated by the differential coefficient dC / dt.