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normal mode

[′nȯr·məl ‚mōd]
(computer science)
Operation of a computer in which it executes its own instructions rather than those of a different computer.
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Moreover, it is noteworthy that the natural frequency of the first vibration mode for estimating cable force can be accurately obtained by the displacement response measurement of the cable using the application D-Viewer.
Vibration mode Prediction/Hz Experiment/Hz Relative error/% Yawing mode 36.7 35.1 4.56% Pitching mode 86.7 81.8 5.99% Rolling mode 162.1 149.1 8.72% Axial mode 182.0 166.3 9.44%
Moreover previously microstructures were created by using second vibration mode at frequency of 8.8 kHz.
Only the frequency of the second vibration mode shows smaller amplitudes, except for the midpoint crest station [TR04].
The fundamental vibration modes for the isolated P[O.sub.4.sup.3-] ion are designated as [v.sub.1], [v.sub.2], [v.sub.3], and [v.sub.4].
Development is enormously complex, however, because there are more than 20 independent design variables with millions of combinations, including vibration frequency and amplitude; different vibration modes; particle size and size distribution; particle shape; particle physical properties such as density and elastic modulus; bed depth, width, and length; bed-floor detail geometry and inclination; sweep-gas flow rate; inflow rates of solid streams; and the shape, character, and location of feed spouts for solids.
For the free vibration of tubular beam, the natural frequencies are wholly real, and the vibration mode functions can be obtained in analytical form.
L (m) D (mm) m (kg/m) Eeq ([10.sup.11] [theta] ([degrees]) N/[m.sup.2]) 14.00 8.00 0.33 1.999 31.6 Table 2: Vibration mode and frequency of the cable model analyzed by the software ANSYS.
This suggests the difference between normal and vibration modes does not depend on movement type.
The natural period and the vibration mode of the two walls with the 1 m and 0.4 m wall depths are obtained by means of the eigenvalue analysis, respectively.
(2017), the lactose molecule presents many vibrations modes in the wavenumber range up to 800 [cm.sup.-1], corresponding to the torsion of the ring and the deformation of O-C-C, O-C-O, and C-C-O, while the high intensity of the vibration mode about 357 [cm.sup.-1] is attributed to the twist-like vibrations of the COOH and HOH groups [22].