normal mode


Also found in: Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to normal mode: Mode of vibration, coupled oscillators

normal mode

n.
The vibrational state of an oscillating system in which the frequency of vibration is the same for all elements.
References in periodicals archive ?
For bulk commodities such as coal, rail is the normal mode of transport and competition from road transport is less important," Eurostat said.
Master combos and play in both Normal Mode and Arcade Mode, which feature Normal, Hard, and Hell difficulties.
55 Inch Lcd Panel, Bright White Light and Color, Normal Mode 2800/2240 Economic Lumines, Resolution Svga (800X600) to 1080P, Lamp Mode Normal Hours of Economic 4,000 / 5,000 Hours of Reach Focus Approximately 1 a 10M (4 to 33 Feet)
As soon as the booting process gets over, the device will boot into normal mode.
In normal mode it feels pretty pedestrian but, in dynamic mode, it seems to take on a different character altogether.
In normal mode it gives respectable performance, but switch to Sport and the car grows horns.
In normal mode this is a wheelie case with a cabin-friendly case; in an instant, however, by flipping down the footboard, you have a highly mobile scooter to ensure a timely arrival at your gate.
Fulham travelled to Hamburg by coach while Hamburg's Ruud van Nistelrooy (below) used his normal mode of transport, horsebox.
When used with Panasonic's newly released High Definition SD video camera (HDC-SD5), the card can record approximately 4 hours of High Definition video in AVCHD normal mode, and approximately 2 hours 40 minutes of 1920 x 1080i full High Definition video in AVCHD fine mode.
Normal mode analysis; theory and applications to biological and chemical systems.
The landing was performed in a normal mode, said the commentator of the Mission Control Center citing officer of the search and rescue services.