Jump resonance | Article about jump resonance by The Free Dictionary
jump resonance[′jəmp ‚rez·ən·əns]
A jump discontinuity occurring in the frequency response of a nonlinear closed-loop control system with saturation in the loop.
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Ferroresonance is a jump resonance, which can suddenly jump from one normal steady-state response (sinusoidal line frequency) to another ferroresonance steady-state response.
Ferroresonance possesses a jump resonance, whereas the voltage may jump to an abnormally high level.