pulsation

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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

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

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Caption: Figure 5--data from a frequency sweep show the complex viscosity as a function of angular frequency for samples 1 and 2; the frequency spectra show similar behavior in processability between both samples, especially in the high shear rate range which correlates with flow behavior in an extrusion process
As the effect of mechanical energy conversion on the polymer melt, the viscosity index k is inferred to be influenced by the factors of ultrasonic vibration, including amplitude (Ao), angular frequency (co), and duration (f).
n] is the angular frequency of the rotation of the BLDCM rotor; J is the moment of inertia of the BLDCM rotor.
By last, it is important to clarify that the only initial condition we varied was the angular frequency of the substrates (that means we keep the solution quantity, rotation time, and temperature and drying time).
The orbit may move down exactly along the stable "solution" with the variation of the stimulation, that is, the angular frequency [[omega].
VF] should be determined taking into account the actual value of the angular frequency of the natural oscillations of the electromechanical subsystem [[omega].
Hence due to these problems an artificial neural network based PSS is proposed by taking angular frequency as an input to improve the transient and dynamic stability of electrical power system.
0] = [omega]/c is the wave number in vacuum, [omega] is the angular frequency of the wave, c is the speed of light in vacuum, [[epsilon].
H]] is matrix of hydrodynamic forces (what are function of time, vibration amplitude and frequency of rotor rotation) and q is angular frequency of rotor rotation.
phi]]-the angular frequency of the natural torsional oscillations, [s.
1-5) and considering harmonic propagating fields with angular frequency [omega] and axial wavenumber k = 2[pi]/[lambda] with [lambda] the wavelength, we obtain the eigenvalue problem for this system:
m] are the Fourier amplitude coefficients and corresponding to angular frequency [omega]*m, and [phi]m represent the angular phase shift for this frequency
Comparison of angular frequency contrast sensitivity in young and older adults.