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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Thus, the assumption that the value of the angular frequency [omega] must by such that
In the Figures 3 are dependencies of natural frequencies [[OMEGA].sub.Nx], [[OMEGA].sub.Ny] of the rotor on angular frequency [OMEGA].
However, the correlation was concentration independent at higher angular frequency values.
where [z.sub.0] is the oscillation amplitude and [[omega].sub.osc] is the angular frequency of the oscillation ([[omega].sub.osc] = 2[pi]/[T.sub.osc]).
However, the presented method used for calculating the component values shown in Table 4 embodies a general procedure for obtaining the EABPF prototype with double [S.sub.11] zeros on unity angular frequency and two controllable transmission zeros, one in the lower and one in the upper stopband.
The Bode plots of F(s)P(s), L(s),and K(s) are shown in Figure 8 where the corner angular frequency [[omega].sub.I] of the I-PD controller is larger than 0.3 ([rad/s]).
where [c.sub.[phi]]--the coefficient of torsional stiffness of the element, N x m/rad; [[omega].sub.[phi]]--the angular frequency of the natural torsional oscillations, [s.sub.-1].
Storage modulus (G') and the terminal slope of G' at low angular frequency, reflecting the longest relaxation time, are also susceptible to the microstructure of molecular chains [30].
where M = M ([theta]) is the characteristic admittance of the one-row multiconductor line in the model, [M.sub.0] = M (0,[theta]) and [M.sub.[pi]] = M ([pi],[theta]) are dual-row multiconductor line characteristic admittance in the gap area of the shield, k = [omega]/[c.sub.0] is the wavenumber, [omega] is the angular frequency, [c.sub.0] is the speed of light in the free space.
where [[rho].sub.s] is the partition surface density [kg/[m.sup.2]]; [omega] is the angular frequency [rad/s]; [rho]=1.21 [kg/[m.sup.3]], is the density of the air; c=343[m/[s.sup.2]] is the speed of sound in the air.
The natural angular oscillation period t is defined as the reciprocal of the angular frequency:
The rheological measurements were performed using a frequency sweep procedure at a fixed temperature of 190[degrees]C with angular frequency range of 0.1 - 628.3 rad/sec.
In the above, [DELTA][epsilon] = [[epsilon].sub.s] - [[epsilon].sub.[infinity]], where [epsilon]s is the static or zero-frequency relative permittivity, [[epsilon].sub.[infinity]] the permittivity at infinite frequency, [tau] the pole relaxation time, [omega] the angular frequency, [[omega].sub.p] the undamped resonant frequency of the medium, and [[gamma].sub.p] the inverse of the pole relaxation time.
where [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is measured signal energy, [[omega].sub.u] is object upper spectrum angular frequency and ([omega].sub.1] is lower spectrum angular frequency [9].
where A is the vector potential, [sigma]--the specific electric conductivity and [omega]--the angular frequency.