harmonic content

harmonic content

[här′män·ik ′kän·tent]
(physics)
The components remaining after the fundamental frequency has been removed from a complex wave.
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Printer shows that it has a very high harmonic content due to the large value of K-Factor.
They are cleverly categorized by probable harmonic content (since no chords are explicitly presented).
Harmonic content of the induction machine's air gap flux density strongly depends on geometry of the slotting, saturation, operation state and many other issues.
The sparsity level is dependent on the harmonic content of a source/load and also on the fdelity of the model.
25% over the range of harmonic content of 2% protection generator IP 23 class H insulation system brushless excitation / samowzbudny voltage regulator electronic control accuracy 0, 5% of the diesel drive motor: type of power supply diesel fuel oN fuel consumption at load max 110 l / h nominal speed 1500 rev / min Type of speed control electronic speed control accuracy of 0.
Figure 1 shows how you use this application to easily create a test waveform with harmonic content.
In a conventional frequency converter, with a six-pulse diode bridge as a rectifier, the network side current is not sinusoidal and has significant harmonic content, especially fifth and seventh harmonics.
This means the filters are less susceptible to harmonic content in the mains supply and less prone to overheating introduced by harmonics.
Helmholtz used a battery of these vessels tuned to specific frequencies to investigate such questions as the harmonic content of a human voice.
Furthermore, some authors have reported the great influence of the harmonic content of the autonomous signal on the oscillator efficiency [10,15,19].
I analyzed her sound samples by computer for harmonic content and then using state-of-the art phonetic analysis to obtain a 2-D map of the female soprano vowels.
The melodic and harmonic content is loosely based on the folk song "El-a-noy" that encouraged families of the mid-1800s to move to the fertile land of Illinois.