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si·nu·soi·dal

(sī'nŭ-soy'dăl),
Relating to a sinusoid.

sinusoidal

/si·nus·oi·dal/ (si″nŭ-soi´dal)
1. located in a sinusoid or affecting the circulation in the region of a sinusoid.
2. shaped like or pertaining to a sine wave.

si·nus·oi·dal

(sī'nŭ-soy'dăl)
Relating to a sinusoid.

sinusoid

(sī′nŭs-oyd) [″ + Gr. eidos, form, shape]
1. Resembling a sinus.
2. A large, permeable capillary, often lined with macrophages, found in organs such as the liver, spleen, bone marrow, and adrenal glands. Their permeability allows cells or large proteins to easily enter or leave the blood.
sinusoidal, adjective
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The used methodology is based on the vector approach with from the common point of view permits to analyze energetic characteristics both for 4-wire and for 3-wire circuits, both at sinusoidal and at non-sinusoidal mode, and both in time and in frequency domain.
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