peak value

peak value

[′pēk ′val·yü]
(electricity)
The maximum instantaneous value of a varying current, voltage, or power during the time interval under consideration. Also known as crest value.
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AT THE time of writing, the value of Bitcoin, the 'hot' cryptocurrency, has collapsed to 38 per cent of its peak value of almost 20,000 dollars just six weeks ago.
5 at 4pm and 520 units of PM10 in the past 24 hours, with Monday's peak value recorded at 496 units.
88, elevation of lactate peak value (TE = 144) and elevation of [sz], a Glx peak value were detected on 1H MRS (a).
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The time to attain a peak value of blood flow to the coeliac artery was delayed in the gymnema group compared with control.
During her time at the firm, she oversaw a portfolio that reached a peak value of $12 billion.
Compute the standard deviation and the peak value from the 1,000 samples.
2] peak value and, consequently, changes the American Heart Association classification and cardiopulmonary parameters that are physiologically linked to the V[O.
Also, for obtaining the peak to peak value, based on (6)-(9) the next expression holds true
Company may approach BIFR as net worth erodes by more than 50 per cent of peak value
Whether the account is at peak value depends on life expectancy factors, the assumed annual rate of return, and additional deposits or withdrawals made.
Part 2: Combined legacy - After determining the hypothetical value of the IRA when it would be transferred to the beneficiary and having the client name a tax-exempt charity as the IRA beneficiary, have the client use IRA RMDs to help pay for a life insurance policy equal to the estimated peak value of the IRA.