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Synonyms for pulsation

a periodic contraction or sound of something coursing

Synonyms for pulsation

(electronics) a sharp transient wave in the normal electrical state (or a series of such transients)

a periodically recurring phenomenon that alternately increases and decreases some quantity

Related Words

the rhythmic contraction and expansion of the arteries with each beat of the heart

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The growths of genius are of a certain total character, that does not advance the elect individual first over John, then Adam, then Richard, and give to each the pain of discovered inferiority,--but by every throe of growth the man expands there where he works, passing, at each pulsation, classes, populations, of men.
One visualizes it as a tract of quivering grey, intelligent without purpose, and excitable without love; as a spirit that has altered before it can be chronicled; as a heart that certainly beats, but with no pulsation of humanity.
Rout had gone away, and Captain MacWhirr could feel against his ear the pulsation of the engines, like the beat of the ship's heart.
Maggie obeyed, with that terrible beating of the heart which makes existence seem simply a painful pulsation.
5T overcomes these problems with the Dynamic Pressure Turbo, the world's first turbocharging system that can vary the degree of exhaust pulsation depending on engine speed, and a cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system that allows the engine to maintain the ideal air-fuel ratio3 (?
Beyond featuring reliable Coriolis measurement technology that accurately calculates mass and volumetric flow rate, the CamCor meters use special algorithms to detect pipeline vibration and media pulsation to offer an advanced level of diagnostic scrutiny, www.
In oil & gas industry, accumulators are used for multiple applications such as energy storage, pulsation dampening, absorbing shocks, maintaining pressure and distributing fluids under pressure.
The expansions will enhance current capabilities to test products in a real world environment, factoring in multiple variables at one time such as temperature, humidity, vibration, pulsation and flow as well as various contaminants.
Furthermore, the changes of the mean density of the gaining star as a result of accretion of matter can affect the pulsation periods and pulsation properties of oEA stars.
Optional features include a pulsation damper, back-flushing system, barrier chamber system, diaphragm monitor, stroke counting and extended special ports for use in sanitary conditions.
Additionally, the gravimetric ProFlex[R] C 6000 comes equipped with an angular-cut discharge nozzle, [which improves accuracy] by reducing pulsation at low speeds.
In addition to being quieter, the pump is said to decrease pressure pulsation while offering improved cavitation characteristics.
The Liquid Flow is a compact air operated double diaphragm pump with low pulsation.