Amplitude of Oscillation

Amplitude of Oscillation

The amount by which a measure diverges from the mean value as it moves through time. See also: Oscillator.
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The maximum amplitude of oscillation imposed on the end surface of the horn;
From figure 9, the storage modulus decreases with increasing amplitude of oscillation.
The plots from the second to the fourth rows in Figure 3 shows that an decrease in controller gain for the level loop decreases the frequency of oscillation but increases the amplitude of oscillation.
Our rule base is sensitive to rate of change, rate of oscillation, amplitude of oscillation, and oscillation above and below setpoint," he explains.
It is evident that for the initial 1 min the screw rotated without oscillation, and then the amplitude of oscillation gradually increased to about 100[micro]m.
The amplitude of oscillation in the impingement region can be characterized by the measurement of the pressure fluctuation (Rockwell and Naudascher, 1979).
The RPA uses the same sealed test cavity as the MDR, but has the added capability to vary frequency, amplitude of oscillation and temperature during a test.
The amplitude of the step change is used to control the amplitude of oscillations in the process output.
provided that amplitude of oscillations [DELTA][epsilon] = 1/2([[epsilon].
In designing new package types it is therefore necessary to limit both the maximum tension in the yarn and the amplitude of oscillations during unwinding.
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