pulse voltage

pulse voltage

[′pəls ‚vōl·tij]
(electricity)
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In accordance with the current international requirements [4-6], for simulating the direct lightning strike, it is necessary to check the reaction of the GD to the pulse voltage of 1.2/50 [micro]s and the current pulse 10/350 [micro]s, and to simulate the pulsed currents induced in the metal structures and communications of the object with distant lightning strikes--8/20 [micro]s.
The output signal voltage at the pickup coil was monitored by continuously varying the driving pulse voltage to the soft magnet.
In order to generate excitation pulse current when U phase current transits from positive to negative, inputting positive pulse voltage when U phase voltage turns OFF and inputting negative pulse voltage when W phase voltage turns ON are needed.
A form of non-volatile memory in which a pulse voltage is applied to a metal oxide thin film, creating massive changes in resistance to record ones and zeros.
1(a)) a basic circuit of a diode connected to a pulse voltage source is shown and in Fig.
Electrochemical anodization was carried out with a pulse voltage stabilizer.
The value of the bipolar pulse voltage was 4 kV, and the frequencies were 300Hz, 500Hz, 600Hz, 800Hz, and 900Hz.
The circuit of the pulse voltage generator used in this study consisted of the pulse-forming capacitor (20 nF), charged through a 50-kilo-ohm resistor by a negative DC high voltage power supply and rotating spark gap switch.
Here, the spectra from the deposits created by the pulse voltage at 550 V with 50 ms and 1 s duration were chosen for a comparison.
The reference manual presents a duty-cycle equation that involves ambient temperature, the SMU's internal amplifier supply voltage and power dissipation limit, and the pulse voltage and current.