wave amplitude

wave amplitude

[′wāv ‚am·plə‚tüd]
(physics)
The magnitude of the greatest departure from equilibrium of the wave disturbance.
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The negatively ionized air promotes alpha brain waves and increases brain wave amplitude, creating an overall clear and calming effect.
The model has been tested with single sinusoidal waves ranging from a frequency of 0.2-1 Hz at 0.05 Hz intervals; at a wave amplitude of 40 millimetres.
After the latency stimulus was given, time until the first wave was observed over the isoelectric line (in ms), distance between the positive and negative wave amplitude peaks (in millivolts), and time between the start and end of the wave-wave duration (in ms) were calculated.
On the other hand, low wave amplitude will result in low energy of wave propagation.
Electrocardiographic abnormalities observed by Kumar (2010) in HCM cases included increased R wave amplitude, deep Q wave and ST slurring.The mean heart rate calculated from ECG of DCM affected dogs was 156.84[+ or -]10.03 (80-240) bpm.
Furthermore, the perturbing wave amplitude is increasing and new other side bands appear as the waves propagate along the x axis until it reaches the maximum position x = 0 and the nearest side bands surpass the monochromatic signal amplitude.
The mean PNS intensity was 52.3 [+ or -] 20.6mA corresponding to [M.sub.max] wave amplitude of 8.0 [+ or -] 45 mV.
Previous results showed that the PPG pulse wave amplitude was proportionate to the vessel distensibility under highly variable heartbeat conditions [16].
A lead signal was measured every 10 mm away from the center of the sensing element in the polarization direction of the sensing element, and the corresponding surface wave amplitude is calculated.
To characterize the changes in the wave amplitude owing to changes in the surrounding environment (water depth and stratification), we use an analogue of the shoaling coefficient for surface waves in a linear approximation (Talipova et al.
This mechanism requires a linear relationship between ocean wave height and the excited seismic wave amplitude. This relationship was confirmed through comparison with ocean wave height data collected by buoys.
Table 2 demonstrated the mean values and standard deviations of the electrocardiographic variables: duration of Pms wave, amplitude of Pmv, PR interval, QRS complex, Rmv wave amplitude, and QT interval.