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having periodic vibrations


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(ii) When p is an odd number, (2) has a damped oscillatory solution corresponding to the focus-saddle orbit [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Figures 5(b) and 2(c), whose approximate solution is (33).
We previously established that, using skinned muscle fibers placed in a Ca buffer, each sarcomere exhibited stable auto-oscillation of contraction and elongation under the fixed Ca concentration of approximately 1 uM, through careful measurements of muscle fiber tension (especially using thin bundles of myofibrils ~1 um in diameter); we termed this phenomenon as spontaneous oscillatory contraction (SPOC) (see recent review by S.
The experimental protocol consisted of recording the spontaneous basal activity for 10 min before adding either the general cholinergic agonist carbachol (Cch) [20 [micro]M] or the metabotropic glutamate group I agonist (S)-3,5-dihydroxyphenylglycine (DHPG) [10 [micro]M] to the perfusion system in order to generate stable and persistent oscillatory activity [53].
The oscillatory identity is based on data from Darwin and Tahiti: both are sufficiently close to the Torrid Zone, so this annual extension has embraced them accordingly.
She was ventilated with high frequency oscillatory ventilation (HFOV) (FiO2 0.3; mean airway pressure
[9] have studied the Hall effects on the unsteady hydromagnetic oscillatory flow of a second grade fluid in a channel.
But if the target or any structural component of it has an oscillatory motion in addition to the bulk motion, the oscillation will induce an additional frequency modulation, and generate sidebands around the conventional Doppler shifted frequency.
They report that the MyoD and Hes1 proteins that regulate the differentiation of muscle cells are produced in the stem cells in an oscillatory manner--i.e., there are periodic fluctuations in the number of cells produced.
MarketsandMarkets' report, "Rheometer &Viscometer Market by Product (Dynamic & Torque Rotation, Oscillatory, Capillary Rheometer, Rotation, Process, Capillary Viscometer), Sample (Resin, Coating, Suspension),End User (Petroleum, Pharma Co, Chemical, Academia)--Forecasts to 2023," projects the market to reach $878.6 million by 2023 from $721.5 million in 2018, at a CAGR of 4%.
The DOW3000 is a configurable high-voltage test system that can be extended for slow and fast damped oscillatory waves, impulse voltage test, or any combination.
In the electric discharge installations (EDI) with reservoir capacitors, in particular in the semiconductor (thyristor) installations for volumetric electro-spark dispersion (VESD) of the metals, the oscillatory discharge of capacitor with a small reverse recharge (less than 30 % in voltage) is the most efficient technologically and energetically mode of discharge through electric spark load [1-6].
This paper deals with the oscillatory behavior of all solutions of the nonlinear second order differential equation with a sublinear neutral term
In contrast, the non-relativistic regime, where the speed of light c formally tends to infinity, is, due to the highly oscillatory behavior of the solution, much more numerically demanding.
The aim of this paper is to investigate the oscillatory behavior of even order nonlinear neutral difference equation