mode of oscillation

mode of oscillation

[′mōd əv ‚äs·ə′lā·shən]
(mechanics)
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A differential filter structure for a multimachine power system is to be synthesized that covers the interplant/local mode of oscillation (frequency range of 0.7 Hz to 2.0 Hz) and interarea mode of oscillation (frequency range of 0.1 Hz to 0.7 Hz respectively.
Each mode of oscillation has a special feature of this phenomenon under study and one observes, in a quantitative sense, how much mass is displaced.
Research and Realization about Improving of Electronic Efficiency in Construction and Magnetrons Technology with Power of 800W with [pi] Mode of Oscillation, PhD Thesis, University of Oradea
Eventually, almost all of the atoms end up in the out-of-phase motion but then tunneled back to the initial mode of oscillation. The researchers observed up to eight coherent transfers of atoms back and forth between the two stable motions due to dynamic tunneling, and no atoms were observed to exhibit intermediate motion between the two stable oscillatory motions.
Two state variables, i.e., rotor angle and rotor speed are considered, as only these two contribute in the EM mode of oscillations. Time simulations results for Cases A, B, and C using different control schemes are presented in Figs.
It involves shifting the real part of the ith electromechanical Eigen value to stable locations in left half of complex s-plane and the damping ratio of the weakly damped electromechanical mode of oscillations will be enhanced to make the system more stable.
For interarea mode of oscillations in Figure 6, [J.sub.4] and [J.sub.5] have almost the same settling time except high overshoot for [J.sub.5].