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frequency

noun common occurrence, commonness, continuity, crebritas, cycle, frequence, frequentia, periodicity, prevalence, rate, recurrence, regularity, regularity of recurrence, repetition, repetitiveness, succession, usualness
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The properties of the damping material also must be known as a function of temperature and frequency to perform an effective design analysis.
It is clear that the physical sound pressure is concentrated at low frequency, and we can assume that the forces through the bushings are largest at low frequencies.
A microphone inside Mara's phone turns her voice into waves of that frequency --just as the microphone in an ordinary phone turns your voice into electrical signals.
Typical a-c frequency drives are limited to point-to-point movement and are not capable of complex motions, says AEC's Schmitz.
The emissions comparisons estimates showed highly favorable CO2 results for flywheel-based frequency regulation.
In this test, the frequency was held constant at 5 Hz, and the strain was changed from low to high by increasing the displacement amplitude applied to the sample.
After melting 4 million lb of metal, the frequency had increased from 90-115 Hz, the recommended shutdown frequency.
Plasma Elektronics in Germany makes small, ungrounded 3-D treaters using both low and high frequency, as well as vacuum chamber plasma treatment systems.
The enhanced on-chip reference clock multiplier reduces system cost by generating the internal 1 GSPS clock from a low frequency, low cost external source.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology in US$ Million by the following Product Segments: RFID Tags (Active, & Passive), RFID Readers (Low Frequency, & High Frequency), Software, and Services.
The Visco-Elastograph can be operated in the following modes: Frequency sweep; amplitude sweep; temperature sweep; vulcanization; frequency and amplitude sweep with prior deflection; ramp test with deformation angle up to 90[degrees]; and relaxation test with deformation angle up to 90[degrees].
A fish of this species occasionally raises its frequency but never lowers it, Tallarovic says.