resonance method

resonance method

[′rez·ən·əns ‚meth·əd]
(electricity)
A method of determining the impedance of a circuit element, in which resonance frequency of a resonant circuit containing the element is measured.
(engineering)
In ultrasonic testing, a method of measuring the thickness of a metal by varying the frequency of the beam transmitted to excite a maximum amplitude of vibration.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The [alpha] and [beta] constants developed for the SilviScan MO[E.sub.ss] equation are based on dynamic MOE calculated from density and acoustic velocity using the sonic resonance method (Evans 2006).
As the wireless power transmission technology has been actively studied, many attempts have been made to apply a method using an electromagnetic wave such as electromagnetic induction technology or magnetic resonance method commercialized in an electronic product to a human body insertion device.
On the basis of the foregoing, the way of realization of the dielcometric resonance method with increased sensitivity and simultaneous solution of the problem of <<varietal uncertainty>> is determined.
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The resonance method with its factory application pre-sets is ideal for laminate composite and metal-to-metal disbonds.
To study the changes in the structure of bitumen, electron microscopy and the electron paramagnetic resonance method were used.
This method is a combination of the SASW and resonance method, whereby SASW determines the shear wave velocity profile and the thickness of the asphalt is determined using a resonance search [5, 6].
In order to meet this actual need, we proposed a new and simple "resonance method".
Data may be collected using a contact resonance method to map stiffness variations simultaneously with the topography.
By contrast, the magnetic resonance method, which was first proposed in 2006, uses a coil and capacitor(1) as a resonator, transmitting electricity through the magnetic resonance between the power transmitter and power receiver.

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