antiresonance

antiresonance

[‚an·tē′rez·ən·əns]
(electricity)
(engineering)
The condition for which the impedance of a given electric, acoustic, or dynamic system is very high, approaching infinity.
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U](s), H is proportionality constant, and [mathematical expression not reproducible] are antiresonance frequencies, the zeros of the function [V.
pn] are resonance frequencies, the pools of the mobility function [mathematical expression not reproducible] are antiresonance frequencies, the zeros of the mobility function [Y.
74) Although the conference criticized leading Soviet chemists, physicists, and philosophers for various failures to properly uphold Marxist principles because the meeting largely upheld the 1950 report's conclusions, the potentially most damaging consequences of the antiresonance campaign--the threat to quantum chemistry as a discipline--were averted.
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The term antiresonance is used when the reactive part of the impedance of a EM system is very high.
Material coefficients, which will be compared, are calculated indirectly from the size, density and resonance frequency and antiresonance frequency of PZT ceramics.
a] is antiresonance frequency (Hz) (APC International, 2002).
Programmable motor current and microstepping selection make systems based on these products very easy to use and an advanced antiresonance feature provides midrange stability.
Thanks to this, there is no problem with a possible confusion of the resonance and antiresonance frequency measuring double peak during this measurement, this problem can be noticed in devices, which do no allow displaying the characteristics directly during the measurements.
These filters are a set of antiresonances at the frequency and damping factor of the lowest three formants of the vocal tract.
The attenuation is highest at the antiresonances of the plenum chamber, while the plenum is acoustically transparent to the HVAC system at the resonances of the plenum chamber.
Here, the analyst needs to consider the dynamic range required to observe the resonances and antiresonances.