displacement angle

displacement angle

[dis′plās·mənt ‚aŋ·gəl]
(electricity)
The change in the phase of an alternator's terminal voltage when a load is applied.
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It follows from (42) and (14) that the perihelion displacement angle from this analytical method is given explicitly as
When the usual assumption that the motion be kept small is released, the restoring force becomes proportional to the sine of the displacement angle (rather than to the displacement angle itself) and the pendulum becomes a non-linear system.
According to Venturini algorithm there are two solutions, one is the input and output displacement angles which are same ie [[phi].