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Synonyms for damp

Synonyms for damp

slightly wet

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Synonyms for damp

a slight wetness

deaden (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping

restrain or discourage

make vague or obscure or make (an image) less visible

lessen in force or effect

slightly wet

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For a damped system, the natural frequency of the response is dependent on stiffness k, mass m, and damping ratio [zeta] in Equation 2:
Many other air damping technologies sacrifice axle control, which can lead to increased wear on the suspension elements or tires.
However, when travelling on a complex road surface with a variety of frequencies, at least it is necessary to estimate close to the unsprung resonance frequency (approximately 10 [Hz]) in order to control the damping force.
To the authors' knowledge, it is judged that a closed-form solution of Beck's problem considering not only internal and external damping effects but also the effects of shear deformation and rotary inertia has not been proposed to date, and its stability behavior in the practical range of internal and external damping has not been reported.
Viscous damping is another means of describing the element's capacity in dissipating earthquake energy.
u](s) are respectively the transfer functions in active power and voltage control loops attached with damping controllers, then [[DELTA]V.
The new CS damping system allows the blade to travel at full velocity toward opening and closing, and provides controlled damping to stop the blades without damaging the shutter's mechanism.
Experimental setup for damping research is presented in the Fig.
According to the feasibility test, Floating Net achieved a damping two times more effective than when it was not attached to the tank.
Where clamp manufacturers see the industry heading is toward a more automated, throughfeed damping process.
Key statement: A vibration-damped rubber mount is provided to ensure good sliding friction properties where an elastomer ring body is provided between the inner part and the outer sleeve for vibration damping.
Concrete core walls, columns and ring beams provide strength, stiffness and an inherent critical damping ratio of 2%.
Magnetorheological (MR) shock absorbers use tiny particles of iron suspended in a viscous fluid as the damping medium.
In hard drives, for example, the damping process is important for the write head that generates field pulses, the media that switch to record the field pulses as a magnetization pattern, and for the read head sensors that detect the fields from the recorded pattern.
Through damping methods and acoustic controls, it is possible to reduce noise levels that are dangerous to your workers.