normal frequencies

normal frequencies

[′nȯr·məl ′frē·kwən‚sēz]
(mechanics)
The frequencies of the normal modes of vibration of a system.
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For Valentine's Day, normal frequencies on the route will be upped by several extra flights in order to accommodate huge demand.
Currently, Etihad is operating normal frequencies on all routes.
Mom didn't have her TACAN on, and I could not contact anybody on the normal frequencies.
Trains will operate to their normal frequencies across the Merseyrail network (mostly four trains per hour) with all Southport line trains made up of six cars.
On Monday, July 21, when the Parade of Sail takes place, trains will operate at normal frequencies across the Merseyrail network.
So the spectrum of the normal frequencies were identified for all structure, which assume that can be some deviations from the eigenmodes and eigenfrequency of the individual parts (top plate, back plate, ribs), similar of Bader's conclusion (Bader, 2005).
Now the text reads, "It also ignores inertiance (the constant of proportionality between pressure and the rate of change of flow) because the inertia of the gas, lungs, and chest wall are insignificant at normal frequencies.
The actual situation for travellers over the Easter weekend is that: # Paddington station will be closed from Good Friday to the following Monday inclusive; # Trains will run at normal frequencies direct from South Wales to Ealing Broadway and back; # Passengers will have to catch London Underground trains between Ealing Broadway and central London; # Trains will take an extra half hour between Cardiff and Bridgend because of a diversion, but passengers will not have to transfer to buses.
We exposed the rats to higher than normal frequencies, but you could cook a turkey at any frequency,'' Lai said.
As the cell phone cannot transmit on its normal frequencies it also addresses the approval and safety concerns.