break frequency

break frequency

[′brāk ‚frē·kwən·sē]
(control systems)
The frequency at which a graph of the logarithm of the amplitude of the frequency response versus the logarithm of the frequency has an abrupt change in slope. Also known as corner frequency; knee frequency.
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Overall, those who took the most breaks from sitting (even if they spent a great deal of time being sedentary) were found to have the smallest waists: participants among the top quarter of break frequency had a 1.
Improvements in base stock manufacture-including draw-free wet ends, single-felted dryer sections and computerized process controls--reduce break frequency," added consultant Charles P.
The analog feedback is stabilized by making two of the three integrators have unity again above a break frequency so that the loop is stable.
Some acoustic sensors, those that listen to more than fifteen points in the glass break frequency spectrum, are able to lower the false alarm rate.
For simplicity, the ORFS performance at only the 400 kHz break frequency will be presented in this article.