Angular Frequency

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angular frequency

[′an·gyə·lər ′frē·kwən·sē]
(physics)
For any oscillation, the number of vibrations per unit time, multiplied by 2π. Also known as angular velocity; radian frequency.

Angular Frequency

 

the number of complete oscillations made in 2π units of time during a periodic oscillatory process. The relation between the angular frequency ω and the oscillation period Tor the oscillation frequency/is given by the equation ω = 2πf = 2π/T.

angular frequency (ω)

The frequency of a periodic quantity multiplied by 2p; expressed in radians.
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The equation of the natural angular frequencies ([[omega].
By following the same calculation steps as in the case of the forward precession, there will be obtained the natural angular frequencies.
Consequently, the equations by which there are determined the natural angular frequencies, regarding both the forward and the backward precession, are obtained out of the relations (4), (6) by substituting h with h = 0.
Consequently, the equations by which there are determined the natural angular frequencies, regarding both the forward and backward precession, are obtained out of the relations (4), (6) by substituting h with -h.
The calculus of the natural angular frequencies is done like in the case of the horizontal centrifuge with a console mounted basket with formulas similar with (6).
Thus, both in the case of forward and backward precession, the relations from which we determine the natural angular frequencies are obtained from the relations used in the 3.
It is obtained for the natural angular frequencies the expression:
We obtain the natural angular frequencies like in case of the bars system statically determinate.
Like in the previous examples we put the condition that the system to admit non-zero solution and we obtain the natural angular frequencies
5 that the curves of tan [delta] at various angular frequencies become frequency independent passing through a certain point, which is defined as the gelation temperature T[.
d]([Omega]) curves at the highest MA4 concentrations or the decrease of the phase angle at low angular frequencies and high MA4 concentrations.