Definition of transition curve in English:

transition curve

Line breaks: tran|si¦tion curve

noun

  • A curve of constantly changing radius, used to connect a circular arc to a straight line or to an arc of different curvature.
    More example sentences
    • Use of phase diagrams consisting of solubility curve and liquid-liquid phase transition curve is the basic strategy in selecting the solution parameters conducive to protein crystallization.
    • As one jumps from one pattern of activity to another, a clear slope discontinuity is observed along the transition curve.
    • Heterogeneity will have a negligible impact on the overall network behavior here, because the system is far from the transition curve.

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