impact excitation

impact excitation

[′im‚pakt ‚ek·sə′tā·shən]
(electricity)
Starting of damped oscillations in a radio circuit by a sudden surge, such as that produced by a spark discharge.
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Base resonant frequencies of the supporting system with the inertial shaker mounted on the frame for different impact excitations Direction of impact excitation Investigated system case [P.
The supporting frame was exposed to impact excitations in three directions, while the free vibration of the shaker placed in three positions on the frame were measured (Fig.
Cross sections for electron impact excitation of atoms are important for modeling of low temperature plasmas and gases.
Figure 2 shows the curve representing the stress on the PVDF cable sensor resulting from a hammer impact excitation on the sound log.