triangular wave

triangular wave

[trī′aŋ·gyə·lər ′wāv]
(electronics)
A wave consisting of a series of triangular pulses.
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Tenders are invited for Functional Generator Comprising A Sine Wave B Saw Tooth C Triangular Wave D Pulse Wave Make Htc Or Aplab.
A numerical and experimental study was conducted by [11] on convective heat transfer in a channel with a triangular wave uniform heat flux.
The SPWM pulses are generated through sine wave compared with triangular wave.
8) as a simple example of utilization of the triangular wave output of the generator.
The function of the AD637 was verified for the sine wave, square wave and triangular wave of the input signal [U.
4 shows the linear model of inverter where the MATLAB function block includes the programs for triangular wave generation and inverter output generation.
Operators can choose a square wave shape for fast travel speeds and excellent puddle control, a sine wave for a traditional softer sounding arc, or a triangular wave at low amperages to reduce the heat input into the weld.
5% downspread at 33 kHz with a triangular wave shape.
The circuit diagram of the triangular wave generator for FM modulation is shown in Figure 12.
In Chart 5, the displacement looks sinusoidal, but with further analysis we can see velocity with a triangular wave and the acceleration with a square wave.
The RE-57 standard output frequency waveform is a square wave, but optional expansion modules yield sine wave, triangular wave and sawtooth wave output.
The artificial reef will produce ideal triangular waves as sea swells break from the center toward both ends, local officials said.