36.38) for three types of materials of wires cores and cables (copper, aluminum and steel) used in determining the final temperature [[theta].sub.k] of Joule heating by SC current of the current transmission parts of CCP do not fully describe the features of the process of approximate calculation of the numerical values of the specified integral [B.sub.k] and allowable cross sections [S.sub.lmin] (for example, selecting the amplitude-time parameters (ATPs) for these purposes of periodic and aperiodic
components of the SC current, duration [t.sub.kC] of the SC process, etc.).
Noises are defined as an aperiodic
part of a voice.
(2) periodic and aperiodic
bond-node frameworks of various categories.
However, specialty fibres such as aperiodic
fibre Bragg gratings have been shown to provide a platform for highly complex OH suppression filters .
The El Nino/La Nina cycle is rather aperiodic
, with an average period of about four to five years.
Its usage helps to improve the accuracy of the fault location determination, thanks to such advantages as high accuracy of the measurement (current and voltage error [less than or equal to] 0.1%), wide frequency range of the measurement including the direct current measurement, and absence of the saturation caused by short-circuit current and aperiodic
The phase diagram in Figure 4(d) is not closed for Q= 10 at the outset, emerging as a tangle of interlaced curves, which means that the system is aperiodic
In addition, the BOC sequence, which is commonly used in secret communications, has a longer period or is aperiodic
in a short time, which increases the difficulty of detecting and estimating the BOC signal.
Kalyaniwalla, "Competition model for aperiodic
stochastic resonance in a Fitzhugh-Nagumo model of cardiac sensory neurons," Physical Review E, Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics, vol.
where t is the measurement time, [DELTA][[delta].sub.u](t) is the periodic error component, and [DELTA][[delta].sub.e](t) is the aperiodic
Tsur ("Size-Sound Symbolism Revisited") argues that periodic consonants (e.g., [m], [n]) are perceived as soft, mellow, and appeasing, whereas aperiodic
continuants (e.g., [s], [z]) as harsh, strident, turbulent, and the like.
It works well with patients whose vocal folds vibrate in a periodic or pseudoperiodic fashion; however, it is not optimal for assessment of aperiodic
vibration because the frequency detection system of the stroboscope cannot track rapid, irregular changes effectively.