sharpness of resonance

sharpness of resonance

[′shärp·nəs əv ′rez·ən·əns]
(electricity)
The narrowness of the frequency band around the resonance at which the response of an electric circuit exceeds an arbitrary fraction of its maximum response, often 70.7%.
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Because the spray emits high-frequency tones, reducing noise in the turbines also affects the sharpness of resonance, which is perceived to be unpleasant at high levels.