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great extent, amount, or dimension

the quality or state of being large in amount, extent, or importance

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(physics) the maximum displacement of a periodic wave

the property of copious abundance

greatness of magnitude

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Fatigue Life Study The life of the material decreases with the increase of strain amplitude. The material at elevated temperature shows lower fatigue life in comparison to ambient temperature [3].
The latency and amplitude of the ALLR peak components P1, N1, and P2 were compared between the control group and the T2DM group.
It was observed that BMI was found to be negatively correlated with both APB LLR latency and amplitude with r = -0.139 and -0.206, respectively.
With the data, circadian relative amplitude, which is a measure of the extent to which circadian rhythmicity of rest-activity cycles is disrupted, was evaluated.
As mentioned earlier, the variation of amplitude during samples acquisition could be modelled as an amplitude modulation (AM) and takes a form of
According to the work requirements, the working frequency should be about 20 kHz and the amplitude generated at the outlet of ultrasonic nozzle should be about 20 [micro]m.
Section 3 contains explanation of two quantities which importantly describe the resulting wave characteristics, Amplitude Amplification Factor (AAF) and Maximal Temporal Amplitude (MTA).
The TIPR algorithm uses the two intensity measurements recorded in the spatial domain and the Fourier domain, respectively, to recover the amplitude and phase in the spatial domain with high quality.
In the lateral complex intervention, the mean MEP amplitude (mean [+ or -] SEM) was 1.00 [+ or -] 0.02 mV (preintervention), 1.00 [+ or -] 0.06 mV (immediately), 1.22 [+ or -] 0.06 mV (post 5min), 1.23[+ or -]0.05mV (post 10min), 1.15[+ or -]0.06mV (post 15 min), and 1.02 [+ or -] 0.06mV (post 20 min).
The imposition of ultrasound further decreases the gel fraction and crosslink density of the decrosslinked XHDPE with the effect increasing with the ultrasonic amplitude. The increase of the flow rate from 3.75 to 8.25 g/min slightly reduces the gel fraction of the decrosslinked XHDPE indicating more decrosslinking at the higher flow rate.
The high inter-individual variability observed in the N75 to P100 amplitude recordings in the control group led us to consider that this parameter was not reliable for interpretation.
In Section 3, the individual effect of roundness phase and amplitude on friction loss is studied.
However, the effect is more apparent in medium vibration amplitude. A steady increase of drowsiness level can also be observed in KSS in all volunteers.
The average current and dither amplitude in low frequency PWM cannot be controlled independently.