On the dissipative phase.

The dissipative phase requires less time to take place, with respect to the cumulative one.


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The dissipative process takes place in less time.

On the afternoon of August 26, 2013, there was a dissipative window of just a few hours. A rare occurrence. The results of an experiment, have shown that the dissipative processes have fewer problems with the calendar.

While a short cumulative period is almost as if he had not taken place, even a very short dissipative period can suffice, for the job to be done.

The 24 hours preceding the "point a" of 26 August were those favorable for sowing. The preceding cumulative phase, of nine days, was as from the manual, as far as both duration and temperature.

The dissipative phase duration was of only 24 hours (exception), which, in practice must be reduced to a few hours, during the late afternoon of 26, in which the temperature was falling.

The brevity of the dissipative phase was offset by a low variation of the angular velocity values.

For half of the seeds used [salad], of the same batch, hybrid and two years old, the duration was sufficient; they germinated and grew up with a surprising rapidity.

For the other half of the seeds, no. ¿No longer germinable because of two years old, or because not fast enough in the recovery, when one considers that the dissipative time was reduced?