biquadratic


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biquadratic

[¦bī·kwə′drad·ik]
(mathematics)
Any fourth-degree algebraic expression. Also known as quartic.
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Siddigi, "Digitally controlled fully differential voltage- and transadmittance-mode biquadratic filter", IET Circuits.
Siripruchyanun, "A Current-Mode Multifunction Biquadratic Filter Using CFTAs," The Journal of KMUTNB, vol.
The computational domain is divided into equal square elements as shown in Figure 1(b) in which nine-node biquadratic elements are used in this study.
Horng, "High Input Impedance Voltage-Mode Universal Biquadratic Filter with Three Inputs Using DDCCs," Circuits, Syst.
Using the data from this unit, biquadratic curves representing the compressor heating capacity and heat pump COP were created.
The biquadratic shape function is used for the velocity and the bilinear shape function is employed for the pressure.
Dostal, "Multifunctional Adjustable Biquadratic Active RC Filters: Design Approach by Modification of Corresponding Signal Flow Graphs," Przeglad Elektrotechniczny, vol.
It can either be the biquadratic and quadratic curves used in EnergyPlus (USDOE 2010) or the one described in Pang (2008).
Nine-noded quadratic isoparametric elements were used with biquadratic shape functions employed to capture the curvilinear nature of the displacements.
Yilmaz, "Current mode tow-thomas biquadratic differential class AB log domain filter", Int.
Using a set of wet data ([ET.sub.wb], [OAT.sub.db]; [Q.sub.sub.total]) at the same ([CFM.sub.rated], [ET.sub.[db,rated]]) and to get a biquadratic regression equation, i.e.:
The velocity, [nu], and firm thickness, e, are approximated by means of biquadratic interpolation functions.