oscillation


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to oscillation: damped oscillation
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for oscillation

Synonyms for oscillation

the process of oscillating between states

(physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean

a single complete execution of a periodically repeated phenomenon

References in periodicals archive ?
Two of the data segments show a long-lasting fast oscillation with multiple maxima during the 24-hour interval (recording dates: 20 November 2009 [data segment 1], 21 November 2009 [data segment 2]).
This way, the 10-Hertz alpha oscillation stimulation for each side of the cortex would be in unison.
Stress oscillation is a rare phenomenon and can be triggered only for several semi-crystalline polymers at a certain testing temperature, because it appears to be controlled by strain-induced oriented crystallization and related local heat release [4, 5], Amorphous PET exhibits stress oscillation in air at room temperature, but it presents no oscillation under water.
macro- and micro-asperities of rotor surface and stochastic oscillation in contact zone arising because of friction coefficient fluctuation between rotor surface and contacting friction element which will generate electric charges in central electrode 9 because of direct piezo-effect;
Prior to all oscillation analyses, Pmo(t) data were normalized to the last recorded pressure in order to avoid the possible effect of interruptions, occurring at different flows [18-21].
In accordance with the formulation of the problem, the following range of the variation of the test parameters was used: oscillation frequency 150-1000 Hz, temperature 20-400[degrees]C (on the whole, these parameters correspond to the service conditions of the working blades of the compressor of the aviation gas turbine engine).
1] during non-oscillation combustion but found to be higher for oscillation mode of combustion.
Circadian oscillation of nucleotide excision repair in mammalian brain.
KEYWORDS: Alcoholism; alcohol disorders; children of alcoholics; alcohol-related genetic factors; risk factors; genetic markers; brain function; brain wave; brain activity diagnosis; neuroimaging; electroencephalography (EEG); event-related potential (ERP); P3 amplitude; event-related oscillation (ERO)
The term El Nino (sea-surface temperature initially) coupled with the Oscillation is applied and weather patterns, worldwide, have been matched to this El Nino/Southern Oscillation.
This company developed a fast oscillation mode for its high-end Haake Mars rheometer to address this challenge.
The new "Fast-Oscillation-Method" allows for a higher data acquisition rate of 500 Hz - independent of the oscillation frequency - to meet the specific needs of very fast curing materials.
That's the Oscillation Project with Emulsion-tRacking Apparatus," he explained.
Well, we have the North Atlantic Oscillation that, very occasionally, gives us a decent summer.
Another approach is to reduce the oscillation sensitivity especially of long rollers by applying active components such as piezoelectric actuators in the bearings or magnetic bearings in the center of the roller.