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oscillogram

[ə′sil·ə‚gram]
(engineering)
The permanent record produced by an oscillograph, or a photograph of the trace produced by an oscilloscope.
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The value of the division along the process axis for the voltage oscillogram (curve 1) is 7.
Several parameters were measured during the experiment: the eccentricity of deviation AE based on oscillograms amplitude on axes Y and Z--AY and AZ, deviations from roundness [[DELTA].
1A is an oscillogram of 120 s activity from the enclosed, acoustically shielded environment.
Recalculated (for convenience of comparative analysis) into relative values, these oscillograms are shown, respectively, in Fig.
3 presents spectrum and oscillogram of this electromagnetic pulse received by the horn 7 in the case when it is transmitted directly from the horn 4.
Oscillograms and spectrograms of microcontroller-buzzer or laptop-vibration-exciter signals of different spectral and temporal patterns and the associated replies from test females: A) male-call, B) mop2_12-mimic, C) female-reply, D) mh1200-mimic.
As experimental results there are presented the instantaneous angular velocity oscillograms corresponding to:
After digitising the songs on a PC or an Apple computer, oscillograms and sound analyses were made using the programs Turbolab (Bressner Technology, Germany) and Amadeus II (Martin Hairer; http://www.
The oscilloscopic method principle is based on the comparison of the primary voltages oscillograms with the second one, measured between the homologous terminals [1].
3 obtained on the computer and experimental installation oscillograms of the electric drive start in the presence on the IM shaft of different by their value additional flyweights.