The equation can be derived if the wave amplitude
a and the wavelength L are scaled as
This rS wave amplitude
value was greater than the mean value of the healthy pheasants (0.
In few studies on this subject, generally P wave amplitude
and PR interval on ECG were studied (3-5).
With an increase in the wave amplitude
, the KdV equation no more exactly describes the wave motion: the interaction of solitary waves becomes inelastic and the wave amplitudes
decrease due to the partial energy transfer to the oscillating components.
QT interval (QTmax), heart rate corrected QT interval (QTc), mean QT interval (QTm), QRS duration (QRS), T wave duration (T0e), Tpeak-Tend interval (Tpe) and T wave amplitude
(Tampl) were manually measured in all 12 ECG leads.
The brightness, or light wave amplitude
, of the star oscillates within a well-known period of about 13.
We forecast what the wave amplitude
is going to look like at those communities," says Eble.
Vibrations have three main characteristics: frequency, wave length and wave amplitude
In addition, there was a tendency for LVM per body weight to be greater and T wave amplitude
in lead II to be higher in the active co-twins (18% and 15%, respectively, p = 0.
If differential traces are used, then the radial TEM waves tend to cancel each other out, making the wave amplitude
where the TEM waves overlap much lower.
Electro and magnetic waves expand into larger waves from the antinodes (displacement) energy of standing waves at twice the wave amplitude
of the smaller wave giving distance to the field.
Previous research suggests that dopamine in the retina is involved with ERG responses, particularly blue cone b wave amplitude
(Holopigeon et al.