angular frequency


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angular frequency

n
(General Physics) physics the frequency of a periodic process, wave system, etc, expressed in radians per second
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The complex viscosity is shown as a function of angular frequency in figure 5.
0] is the initial amplitude, co is the angular frequency, x means the propagation distance, and y means the longitudinal amplitude in the corresponding position (x).
We write the equations of the BLDCM in the coordinate system d-q, tied to the rotational angular frequency of the rotor.
The above result implies that m is the Compton's angular frequency ([gamma][m.
r](t) denote the body movements of the heartbeat and the respiration signal in the human body, which can be expressed by sinusoids with amplitude a\t and a, and angular frequency [[omega].
By using the formula [17] = e0erotand, the calculation was done for ac conductivity, in this o is the angular frequency (o = 2p ).
The thin film thickness, as all the other physical properties, will depend of the solution composition as well as of the parameters used in the thin film fabrication, like the solution viscosity, solvent evaporation rate, solution concentration, angular frequency and rotation time (Pasquarelli et al.
5, and the value of the angular frequency of the stimulation is set at [[omega].
1]--the angular frequency and the damping coefficient, characterising an appearance of the resonant properties of the system.
To solve this problem radial basis function neural network (RBFNN) based PSS with single machine connected at infinite bus (SMIB) model is proposed by taking angular frequency as an input to improve the transient and dynamic stability of electrical power system at varying loads.
e] denotes the propagation constant at the even-mode resonator angular frequency [[omega].