harmonic component

harmonic component

[här′män·ik kəm′pō·nənt]
(acoustics)
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Therefore, the phase angle of the nth order harmonic component can be expressed as
In order to correctly display at least the fifth harmonic component of a signal requires a scope with a bandwidth of at least five times the maximum clock rate of the device under test.
p]([phi], z), the values of the first harmonic component in all the cross-sections of the cylinders were calculated.
It is possible to define flicker in terms of the energy or power of each harmonic component.
2]t+[theta]), where [theta] is phase shift of the second harmonic component and substituding in to Eq.
But we can gain more insight by just converting each harmonic component in the spectrum into its corresponding sine wave in the time domain, and adding them all up.
Like a double conversion system, if the load has a reactive or harmonic component, the Main Converter supports the reactive or harmonic current since it cannot be taken from the utility.
k] for magnitude of k harmonic component of density n([alpha]):
In the studied case, run-out measurements, carried out with one displacement sensor, show an increase in the 2nd harmonic component of the run-out as a function of the running speed to the power of two.
Subscripts 'I' and 'h' are used to show the fundamental and the total harmonic component respectively.
i]) waveforms of the conventional topology clearly shows the presence of a third harmonic component of considerable amplitude which is the main cause for the low input power factor.