amplitude level


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amplitude level

[′am·plə‚tüd ‚lev·əl]
(physics)
The natural logarithm of the ratio of two amplitudes, each measured in the same units.
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The new insights into color confinement given by AdS/QCD suggest that one could compute "hadronization at the amplitude level" [54] using the confinement interaction and the LFWFs predicted by AdS/QCD and Light-Front Holography.
The extraction yield varied from 3.75 to 6% and the maximum yield was obtained at the highest amplitude level of 92%.
2, which illustrates the importance of choosing an amplitude level for measuring the time.
In total, 13 fully reversed fatigue tests at 10 different strain amplitude levels were carried out.
The model LVW1012 features an adjustable mechanical amplitude that maintains a constant amplitude level (a range of 0.25 to 2.5 mm), unlike standard electromagnetic systems, according to company executives.
In B-array, the high-level AE sources found in A-array were absent, but almost the same amplitude level of AE sources were present.
It is also essential to consider how close the tB product is to unity because the amplitude level associated with tB = 1 is all that actually can be achieved even though the mathematical formula will yield a larger product.
The amplitude level does not change, but as the pulse widens, several data points may be located at the same level.
The tone needs to have an identical amplitude level as the RF carriers that are applied to the phase discriminator.
The true smoothed amplitude level is -93.3 dBm/Hz, as shown in Figure 12.
ECAP and EABR thresholds of basal, medial and apical electrodes, wave eIII and eV latencies at EABR 200 CU and 180 CU and eIII-eV interwave intervals, amplitude levels of eII and eV waves at this intensity level, and wave eV morphologies were evaluated.
When the wave amplitude, as measured by EMG, was evaluated between the groups, there was no statistically significant difference between preoperative and postoperative amplitude levels of any of the groups (p>0.05).

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