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gyrate

Biology curved or coiled into a circle; circinate
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The boundary condition for ideal gyrators can be meet, either by choosing an equal conductance in a circuit ([G.sub.1]=[G.sub.2]= ...
The ideals gyrators are lossless due to the fact that the losses corresponding to parameters ([G.sub.11]) and ([G.sub.22]) are zero, which is advantageous for the energy transfer between the terminals.
There are two gyrators in the new nozzle, as shown in Fig.
Figures 6a and 6b show a typical spray photo of red phosphorus (RP) particles, which are ejected by the new nozzle without and with gyrators, respectively.
In all, with gyrators, all circuit elements can be mapped to a VCCS.
The chosen way of implementation of this circuit simulator is based initially on nodal formulation and gyrator transforms, leading to a very general and powerful architecture.
In order to construct devices such as circulators [1-6,9,11], gyrators [7] or isolators [8,10] the FCL section has to be cascaded with reciprocal section providing input signals to the FCL which are either in phase or out of phase.
Sedek, "Isolator using a ferrite-coupled-lines gyrator," IEE Proceedings--Microwaves, Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
2, which consists of nine parts: a Laval pipe, a rotatable outer shell, a pair of gyrators. temperature-controlled unit, carrying pipe of supercritical solution, carrying pipe of core particles, entrance of supercritical solution, entrance of core particles, and a nozzle connector.
In order to construct devices such as circulators [7,19], gyrators [20] or isolators [17] the FCL section has to be cascaded with reciprocal section providing input signals to the FCL which are either in phase or out of phase.
Since, the CFCL junction from Section 3.2.1 satisfies required amplitude and phase conditions [28] it can be used in realization of nonreciprocal devices such as isolators, gyrators or circulators.
An advantage of bond graph method over other techniques is that models of various systems belonging to different domains can be expressed using a set of only nine elements: inertial elements (I), capacitive elements (C), resistive elements (R), effort sources (Se) and flow sources (Sf), transformer elements (TF) and gyrator elements (GY), effort junctions (J0), and flow junctions (J1).