mean power

mean power

[′mēn ′pau̇·ər]
(electronics)
For a radio transmitter, the power supplied to the antenna transmission line by a transmitter during normal operation, averaged over a time sufficiently long compared with the period of the lowest frequency encountered in the modulation; a time of 1/10 second during which the mean power is greatest will be selected normally.
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Therefore, the purpose of this study was to investigate the association among anthropometric and physical performance (horizontal jump, agility, muscle endurance and anaerobic performance) parameters in Brazilian American football athletes and to determine if the relationship between various anaerobic indices (power output, mean power, peak power per weight, mean power per weight, and the fatigue index) are dependent upon position.
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Independent variables were beetroot juice and placebo, and the dependent variables were the relative mean power and relative peak power.
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The mean power developed on a one leg 6 seconds sprint (W) on a calibrated nonmotorized treadmill (Woodway Force 3.0, Waukesha, USA) was also measured (ICC = 0.94; CV = 7.9%).
[a.sub.p] - depth of cut, mm; [Florin] or [Guilder] - feed rate, mm/rev; [v.sub.c] - cutting speed, m/min; t - cutting time, min; E - energy; Pmoy - mean power; T - tool life, min; IMFs - intrinsic mode functions; Amp - mplitude of frequency indicator; [F.sub.in] - frequency indicator, Hz; [alpha] - relief angle, degree; [gamma] -rake angle, degree; [gamma] - inclination angle, degree; [chi] - major cutting edge angle, degree
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The balance stability was measured by computing the area, the sway path, and the root mean square of the COP motion, whereas the structure of the postural control was assessed by computed approximate entropy, fractal dimension, and the mean power frequency.
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