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ripple

1
1. a slight wave or undulation on the surface of water
2. Electronics an oscillation of small amplitude superimposed on a steady value

ripple

2
a special kind of comb designed to separate the seed from the stalks in flax, hemp, or broomcorn

ripple

[′rip·əl]
(electricity)
The alternating-current component in the output of a direct-current power supply, arising within the power supply from incomplete filtering or from commutator action in a dc generator.
(fluid mechanics)
(geology)
A very small ridge of sand resembling or suggesting a ripple of water and formed on the bedding surface of a sediment.
(oceanography)
A small curling or undulating wave controlled to a significant degree by both surface tension and gravity.
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The DTI, through the Ripples Plus, made us generate a total sales of P6.
The algorithm is able to focus only on areas of the seafloor that contain the ripple bedforms while also identifying regions that are lacking in ripples, such as areas with erosion or containing hidden objects like shipwrecks and pipelines.
Given our ongoing efforts to further decentralize the Ripple network, we couldnt be more excited for CGI to implement a validator," said Asheesh Birla, VP of Product at Ripple, Having a major enterprise player contribute to the consensus process on Ripple fortifies the resiliency of the network, and it plays a key role in our work with CGI to make it even easier to put blockchain technology into commercial production.
The compared form the without capacitor case the small capacitor and the pi controlled case and large capacitor case have reduced current ripples in the arms, among them the current ripples at the arms with the fuzzy controller have a smoother current transition which reduces higher current ripples and mostly suitable for drives with reduced dc link sizes.
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A general expression to calculate the peak-to-peak output voltage ripples in FM SMPC is derived in [9] as follows
But one of graphene's intrinsic features is ripples, similar to those seen on plastic wrap tightly pulled over a clamped edge.
Every choice we make creates a ripple effect on our lives and those of others round about us.
Gary Millar, former chairman of Ripples on the Mersey and current Liverpool ECHO Enterprise Champion, explained: "We help inspire aspiring entrepreneurs from local communities who would not normally go to established support agencies for help.
However, in June 2007 most of the area with ripple marks was covered by piles of crushed rock or loose material and the ripples were visible only in some places.
Baptism is, in a nutshell, Easter made personal, and the ripples of its waters continue to spread out, encountering and joining the stream from the other, greater Easter, "the river of the water of life, bright as crystal, flowing from the throne of God and of the Lamb" (Rev 22:1).
Then, blow across its surface and watch the ripples.