duty factor


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duty factor

[′düd·ē ‚fak·tər]
(communications)
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Slurry concentration and duty factor are the most effective factors of HD.
Effects of five major process parameters like pulse current, duty factor, sensitivity control, gap control, and flushing pressure on the process responses material removal rate and surface roughness have been discussed.
The final equation can be used for the design of inductances [L.sub.1] and [L.sub.2], with a view to imposing a specific value of the ratio (less than 1%), calculated for the lowest value of the duty factor D.
However, communication devices operate with a duty factor of 1/8 and not a continuous wave; thus the results can be scaled by 1/8th to create a time averaged SAR value.
Blazevic (1999), Towards efficient implementation of quadruped gaits with duty factor of 0.75, Proc.
The duty factor (fraction of the step cycle in stance) for the prolegs in Abd4 was 0.53 [+ or -] 0.025 (n = 37 steps, 9 animals), which was not significantly different from the time spent in swing phase (P = 0.223, paired Student's t test).
It can operate at speeds up 400 ft./min., with a duty factor of 100 percent.
As shown in Figure 4, the pulse-Doppler radar outputs a coherent pulsed signal with a high duty factor. This pulse train also has an extremely high pulse-repetition frequency (PRF), which makes it challenging to radar-warning-receiver processing.
Toward Efficient Implementation of Quadruped Gaits with Duty Factor of 0.75.
Our approach was to develop high power continuous wave (CW) or high duty factor arrays integrated with low-cost microchannel-cooled submounts and micro-optic arrays.
Cd1 - Present Custom Duty Factor. Cd2 - Custom Duty Factor Prior To 90 Days Of The Date Of Offer For Inspection.
Introducing these values into equation 5, a relationship between duty factor and phase shift is derived as follows (Ananda, P.V., 1995; Nielsen, P., 1993).