The peak-to-peak amplitude
A of the acoustic trace obtained in response to each laser pulse was measured and presented as a histogram for 400 sequential laser pulses.
The target meltdown, weld pressure, frequency, and peak-to-peak amplitude
If H-reflex peak-to-peak amplitude
changes were more than 10%, the participant was excluded from the analysis.
In humans, it has been reported that tendon vibration of the pretibial muscles with a peak-to-peak amplitude
The appearance of most of the superhumps was distorted by the presence of eclipses, nevertheless individual superhumps with a peak-to-peak amplitude
There were no significant changes between the groups in the activation-recovery interval and its dispersion, total activation time, peak-to-peak amplitude
, percentage of identical breakthrough-points and similar vectors of local activation.
The response curves were nearly flat up to 1 kHz, with an umbo vibration peak-to-peak amplitude
of about 100 nm at 100 SPL, and they exhibited a rolloff with a slope of-20 and -40 dB per decade above 1 kHz and 4 kHz, respectively.
The use of the mathematical formula Y-X or X-Y to determine the peak-to-peak amplitude
and its corresponding delta difference from tension-to-compression or vice-versa is the essential information needed to determine impact over time.
study also calculated slope from the change in the peak-to-peak amplitude
between the P2 and N2 component across tone intensities .
We measured times between rap peaks and peak-to-peak amplitude
ratios for two Eagle Lake DWCs, and three ARU DRs from 24 January and 5 February 2005 (Table 1).
In peripheral ischemia, the average peak-to-peak amplitude
during ischemic-reperfusion was found to be significantly larger in carbenoxolone group (100-200 mg/kg) in comparison to control group.
The conductor was vibrated at peak-to-peak amplitude
of one-third the conductor diameter and a frequency of about 30 HZ for 100 million cycles.