impulse excitation

impulse excitation

[′im‚pəls ‚ek·sə′tā·shən]
(electricity)
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Their topics include advanced screening to produce high performance powdered metals, capabilities of conventional and advanced powder compacting presses, industrial furnaces in powder metallurgy and their process technological background, debinding equipment for powder metal injection molded parts, sintering equipment for powder metal injection molded parts, and measuring the high-temperature mechanical properties of sintered products by the impulse excitation technique.
which corresponds to impulse excitation in time domain.
Expression (43) represents the space-time distribution of the current along the straight wire buried in a lossy medium excited by an impulse excitation, i.
To measure the elastic properties of ductile iron, use the portable impulse excitation NDT technique SRF [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 3 OMITTED].