rms value

rms value

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The RMS value data at rest and during deglutition were transformed with a logarithmic function and underwent the t-test for independent samples with a 5% significance level.
The RMS value at characteristics frequency of the vibration is used for the health monitoring of the machine.
The moving average and moving standard deviation are implemented in such a way that both quantities are updated in real-time as soon as a new RMS value has been computed.
A large RMS value (up to 25.0 mm) for the height component can result from too large geophysical anomalies, which affect changes in GNSS station coordinates and cause inaccuracies in deformation modelling.
The RMS value can be used as a parameter to reflect the physiological activities of the motor unit during muscle contraction [18].
RMS value shows the overall size of the aberration relative to pupil diameter; an optically perfect eye has an RMS value of 0.
The natural logarithm of RMS value of 0.2 second EMG have been classified with fuzzy c-means clustering algorithm.
It takes almost the first cycle for the RMS value reaching its actual RMS voltage.
The problem of calculating the RMS value of the flux density of the magnetic field (MF) of high-voltage cable lines consisting of single-core cables [1, 2] arises when they are designed and is necessary to limit the MF along the cable lines to the maximum permissible level.