sweep rate

sweep rate

[′swēp ‚rāt]
(electronics)
The number of times a radar radiation pattern rotates during 1 minute; sometimes expressed as the duration of one complete rotation in seconds.
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At lower heating rates, the shale oil products generated from oil shale diffuse out of the sample under a slower internal autogeneous gas sweep rate and remain within a given temperature range for a longer period of time.
On the other hand, at low heating rates, the oil loss is mainly due to secondary coking reactions when oil products diffuse out of the sample at a low internal autogeneous gas sweep rate [10, 20, 21].
The nominal operating temperature is 650[degrees]C, with a pyrolysis time of 30 minutes and sweep rate of 500 mL/min nitrogen.
1] or higher as the maximum sweep rate is only approximately 4/s.
Alternatively, you just increase the nitrogen sweep rate, increasing [CO.
3 Sec sample rate and 100 mSec sweep rate to capture even the shortest bust of ingress, impulse noise or electrical interference in the upstream path.
The pilot evaluated operating and design parameters such as seawater flow rate, level of pre-filtration, and nitrogen sweep rate.
A 2001 survey found that community institutions generated fee income at twice the sweep rate of larger institutions.
Covering 9 kHz to 6 GHz, the probes have sweep rates up to 24 GHz/s, allowing capture of many interferers, including periodic or transient transmissions as well as short bursty signals.
The G-Link wireless accelerometer nodes in each packet contain 2 KHz sweep rates and are combined with 2 Mbytes flash memory.
This data is synchronized with the CPU for efficient processing through the 2Kbyte FIFO memory, enabling frame sweep rates of 20 cm/sec (8 inches/sec).