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By Robert HEWSON

Boeings 377 is arguably the definitive layout one of the nice propliners of the Nineteen Fifties, being the main statesmanlike of all of them. The Stratocruiser tale isn't really a simple one, yet this background finds each element of the aircraftfrom its evolution and layout to its productiona and serviceand contains whole information of operators and technical requisites.

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But if g'(a) exists this as we have seen, so all limit points are equal, which means that the limit exists and is equal to g'(a). The relation between the m. can. and can. limiting values of typical observ- Uo(q) ables ~ can now also be studied: ensemble defined by u was that maximizing is only one such value. Uo(q) among U(q) Uo(q) PA ( - I ~ - ~ A l a ) The m. can. value of S(Uo,U) , a ~ = 0. g. there In the can. u) - g(a) . Uo~ A u~R M Hence the probability mass will be concentrated to values of u such that O sup (S(Uo,U) - a-u) is attained.

Mixture of independent particles~ partial pressure and osmotic pressure If as in the previous example we have a system of two types of particles A and B we see like in I. " ~g1(S,u1-U1) ~I 8 grad p = = grad (g1+g2) 8p(x) = g1(B,~-U1(x)) p , grad U1(x) ~g2(S,~2-U 2) grad Ue(x) = ~U2 and hence + g2(8,w-U2(x)) = 8P1(X) + 8P2(X). is hence the sum of the "partial pressures" of the components. An example of this is the occurrence of "osmotic pressure". ) There is hence a pressure difference called the osmotic pressure.

Uo(q) among U(q) Uo(q) PA ( - I ~ - ~ A l a ) The m. can. value of S(Uo,U) , a ~ = 0. g. there In the can. u) - g(a) . Uo~ A u~R M Hence the probability mass will be concentrated to values of u such that O sup (S(Uo,U) - a-u) is attained. e. u , where u~ is the U O m. can. value. Hence if the set M Especially u has a sharp value in the can. ensemble, of maximal values of if u O u then in the two ensembles are the same. o has a sharp value it is the same in the two ensembles. Let us now collect the results about the law of large numbers in the different ensembles: Theorem 3.

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