pulse form

pulse form

[′pəls ‚fȯrm]
(physics)
The amplitude of a pulse plotted as a function of time.
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"This uses high-frequency sound energy in a pulse form to conduct examinations and inspections and make very accurate measurements for thickness checks or corrosion mapping.
The surge current capability of the LS41 was increased by 25 percent, and it is now 50 kA at a pulse form of 8/20 [micro]s.
is a high speed data logger and pulse form analyzer for applications involving high frequency modulated light sources like Xenon flash lamps, pulsed IR LEDs and lasers.
From (8) at the normalized amplitude [I.sub.mL][approximately equal to]184 kA short stroke current pulse form of artificial lightning time [T.sub.1]/[T.sub.2]=15/315 [micro]s ([t.sub.mL][approximately equal to]24 [micro]s; [k.sub.L][approximately equal to]1.083; [q.sub.L][approximately equal to]81.3 C) we simulated in the laboratory (see.
For the voltage commutation pulse formed on a long air gap, the rise duration [T.sub.rise] reaches a numerical value of about [T.sub.rise] [approximately equal to] 205 [micro]s.
Each pulse forms a new cluster and is the centre of that cluster.
Define the voltage amplitude of the main pulse formed on [R.sub.load] as [U.sub.0], and the voltage amplitude of the first oscillation pulse as [U.sub.1].
A news release says Steel Pulse formed in 1975 in the inner city area of Hands worth, Birmingham, England.
MESA will provide multiple surveillance applications, using pulse Doppler radar forms for air search and pulse forms for maritime surface search.
The time difference can be calculated through the timed correlations and is independent of radar pulse forms.
The voltage and current pulse forms are aperiodic decaying with superimposed oscillations with a period of approximately 20 ns.
He compared results for 5 most common pulse forms. Those results, however, lacked the generality that gives mathematically rigorous calculation of variances and standard deviations [6,7].