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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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Figure 2a displayed the relationship between storage modulus and angular frequency of the PLA/ATBC/GPOE blends at 175[degrees]C.
0] of 1660 Hz, we can readily compute the vibrational displacement, x, caused by a single quantum of gravitational radiation of angular frequency [omega] = 2[pi][v.
Where m is the mass of the rotor, [OMEGA] is the angular frequency of the rotor, a is the mass eccentricity distance, g is the gravitational acceleration, t is time, [b.
It turns out that if the angular frequency satisfies the condition w = 2[pi] nc/L and n is an integer, then the oscillation amplitude in the interaction interval is the highest--three times the amplitude in the propagation interval 0 [less than or equal to] tc/L < 1 (lines for n = 3 and n = 4 in Fig.
Introducing the usual definition of angular frequency, [omega] = [square root of (k/m)], and dimensionless parameters of [beta] = [mu]mg/[kx.
res]) is shown to be proportional to the power density of the radiation (I) and inversely proportional to the square of its angular frequency ([omega]= 2[pi]f, where f is the frequency in hertz).
The following rough heuristic argument identifies the two coupling forces that explain why the zitterbewegung frequency [1,4] is twice the angular frequency ([mc.
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.
sy] are coefficients of nonlinearity, a is the mass eccentricity distance, [OMEGA] is the angular frequency of the rotor, t is time, g is the gravitational acceleration, [F.
Because the second angular frequency has a higher value, the first angular frequency, meaning the fundamental natural angular frequency ([[omega].
H], which involves the squares of: the angular frequency [omega]; the summed-total [C.
iwt] being the angular frequency, the stress response in a viscoelastic material is out of phase to take the form: [Sigma](t) = [[Sigma].
Figure 6 showed the changes in the complex viscosity of PBS at 170[degrees]C as a function of the angular frequency.