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pulsation

 [pul-sa´shun]
a rhythmic beat, as of the heart.

pul·sa·tion

(pŭl-sā'shŭn),
A throbbing or rhythmic beating, as of a pulse or the heart.
[L. pulsatio, a beating]

pulsation

/pul·sa·tion/ (pul-sa´shun) a throb, or rhythmic beat, as of the heart.

pulsation

(pŭl-sā′shən)
n.
1. The action of pulsating.
2. A single beat, throb, or vibration.

pulsation

[pəl·sā′shən]
Etymology: L, pulsatio
a throb or rhythmical beat, as of the heart.

pulsation

See Intraaortic balloon pulsation.

pul·sa·tion

(pŭl-sā'shŭn)
A throbbing or rhythmic beating, as of the pulse or the heart.
[L. pulsatio, a beating]

pulsation,

n a traditional Chinese medicine in which the practitioner examines the pulse at each wrist in order to make a diagnosis.
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The relation between the scale and the angular frequency of the sinusoidal function is obtained:
Figure 5b shows G' as a function of angular frequency of all samples at 200[degrees]C.
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Parameters of the Carreau-Yasuda model fitted to master curve of complex viscosity versus angular frequency dependence.
By studying melt rheological properties, one can gain valuable information about the structural properties of nanocomposites [7], Melt rheological modulus, such as storage modulus (G') and loss modulus (G") of the nanocomposites with different types and concentrations of MWCNTs at 190[degrees]C were logarithmically plotted as function of angular frequency in Fig.
Figure 4 presents the storage modulus G' and loss modulus G" as a function of angular frequency [omega] for the 22 wt% PAN/[BMIM]CI as an example.
Network structure of the polymer blends was evaluated with shear rheology and the storage and loss moduli of the samples as a function of angular frequency are demonstrated in Figs.
b] is the angular frequency of the EMF that impresses on the rotor bar.
In addition, the viscosity values of PET and PEN indicate poor dependence on angular frequency ([omega]), that is, a Newtonian behavior is exhibited.