synchronism


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synchronism

1. History a chronological usually tabular list of historical persons and events, arranged to show parallel or synchronous occurrence
2. Art the representation in a work of art of one or more incidents that occurred at separate times

synchronism

[′siŋ·krə‚niz·əm]
(electricity)
Of a synchronous motor, the condition under which the motor runs at a speed which is directly related to the frequency of the power applied to the motor and is not dependent upon variables.
(physics)
Condition of two periodic quantities which have the same frequency, and whose phase difference is either constant or varies around a constant average value.
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Absolute synchronism of the changes in the histogram shapes is observed in experiments with collimators directed at the Pole Star and at the Sun in Puschino (latitude 54[degrees] North) (no.
13 and 14 it can be seen that when a light beam is directed highly probable absolute time synchronism of histogram shapes changes in Puschino and in Novolazarevskaya is observed.
Adamthwaite's particular contribution to the chronological discussion is an extensive list of synchronisms that derive from a useful prosopographical study, anchored mainly to the reigns of thirteenth-century kings of Carchemish.
The clearest observations of such an absolute-time synchronism were made during solar eclipses and new moons [37, 38].
Also remaining was the local-time synchronism in the appearance of similar histograms.
As occurred in the previous year, 2011, the greatest synchronism (100%) for the leaf emergence phenophase between the individuals was from 764 to 826 JD (February to April), when the 32 individuals were sprouting simultaneously.
However, splitting coated KCl resulted in lower soybean and maize leaf K and yields compared with single application, probably due to a lack of synchronism in supplying K throughout the crop cycle.
This provides both execution synchronism and data synchronism to all cores.
*Linsn's LED control system including full-colour synchronism, full- colour light decoration, full- colour asynchronism, double- colour synchronism, and double- colour asynchronism.
Transient security indices determined in [11, 12] can be used to measure the synchronism state of a generating unit.
Steady-state constancy refers to the capability of the power system to recuperate synchronism after small and slow disturbances, such as ground power changes.