fundamental frequency


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fundamental frequency

[¦fən·də¦ment·əl ′frē·kwən·sē]
(physics)
The lowest frequency at which a system vibrates freely.
The lowest frequency in a complex wave.
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5 times the fundamental frequency, or higher; Traunmuller and Eriksson).
As a result, we understood that we need to evaluate the fundamental frequency of WPT at an Open Area Test Site.
Synchronizing the sampling rate to the fundamental frequency or increasing the sample rate minimizes the error.
This has an added advantage that it avoids the effect of drift in fundamental frequency or intensity during testing, which can be problem in the calculation of the noise component of the HNR.
Also, the fundamental frequency for the cavity flow with D/L = 2.
The integer multiple of fundamental frequency are the harmonics and non-integer multiple of the fundamental frequency are the inter-harmonics of voltages or currents.
When quantifying the fundamental frequency, a heel-drop simulation (with the subject weight of 850 N [191 lb]) was used.
Both the fundamental frequency and habitual pitch were significantly lower in the cigar smokers than in the controls (p values = 0.
The prosodic information, that is, the tonation velocity, is strongly influenced by the fundamental frequency of the vibration of the vocal chords f0, which inverse is known as the fundamental period T0.
omega] is called fundamental frequency, the second one, 2[omega], is named second harmonic, and so on for other multiples.
Thus, the stiffness of the structure model is evaluated based on its correlation of fundamental frequency and the maximum roof displacement.

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