phase lag

phase lag

[′fāz ‚lag]
(oceanography)
Angular retardation of the maximum of a constituent of the observed tide behind the corresponding maximum of the same constituent of the hypothetical equilibrium tide. Also known as tidal epoch.
(physics)
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In this study, an angular oscillation frequency of the electromechanical oscillation mode with the least damping ratio is selected to calculate the phase lag that is compensated by the PODC.
CRP represents the amount of phase lag between two oscillators in movement displacement and direction.
The influence of the phase lag [xi] can be minimized by synchronizing the acceleration record such that the maximum accelerations correspond to the values of t on Eq.
The Hysteretic comparator is used to reimburse the phase lag and also avert several output changeovers from noise or swell in the terminal voltage.
Head: FMA Chest: FMA Neck: Peak Phase Lag Phase Lag Time (s) Time (s) Time (s) (ms) (ms) SD Event 1 3.
These high gain AVRs cause a large phase lag at low system frequencies which are greater than the excitation system frequency.
Alternatively, this mode can be used as a function generator to inject signals to a board, with the second channel being used to monitor the response at a different point in the circuit, checking phase lag, for instance.
In this paper, a simple single feed structure that adopts phase lag characteristics of microstrip line is designed.
This digital filtering improves the signal-to-noise ratio to one order of magnitude without any phase lag as compared to the conventional analogue technique.
While it is true that there is one to two years of phase lag in the Middle East compared to the US market, especially when it comes to large IT waves, this in general has a positive impact.
This frequency-dependent delay introduces certain amount of phase lag,