Fischer-Hinnen method

Fischer-Hinnen method

[¦fish·ər ¦hin·ən ‚meth·əd]
(electricity)
Method of analysis of a complex waveform which has like loops above and below the time axis, in which the amplitude and phase of the n-th harmonic is determined from the ordinates of the resultant wave at a series of times which divide the half wave into 2 n equal time intervals.