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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The trend is anomalous in gold, molybdenum, and arsenic with rock samples with a peak value of 12990ppb (12.
But UCD economist Morgan Kelly warned commercial property values could remain at half their peak value for a decade.
The unknowns, which are the fifth and seventh harmonic filter capacitors, and the high pass inductor and resistor, are obtained by minimizing the voltage across the passive filter N/W the values of component that minimizing the peak value of the voltage Vf are listed in the appendix (Table A1).
HOMEOWNERS who want to have a good chance of selling should already be asking 25% below the peak value of their home last year.
This represents an absolute peak value since monthly consumer climate surveys first began in 1980.
However, the CT peak value was near the cutoff point in one male patient (patient 7) and in six healthy males (volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 9).
The group's moves is expected to boost sales and profit margins, but the news accompanied a four-fold increase in first-half losses and did nothing to help Atlantic's share price recover from a pummelling that has erased nine-tenths of its peak value.
The initial investment by Hoefel of $2 million in 1990-91 reached a peak value of $10 million to $15 million at some time over the past seven years, he said.
This grand pyramid scheme ended when the Japanese "bubble" economy burst in the early 1990s, and the prices of many securities and assets plunged to about half their peak value.
Grazing land is at 36 percent of its peak value, dryland crop land at 50 percent, and irrigated land at 45 percent.
7 feet higher than its peak value last year and has risen 3.
In contrast, during early 2012 the hybrid preference increased by only 14% to merely half of its peak value in 2008.