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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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a): Sheet resistance as function of angular frequency to films fabricated at (7000-9000) RPM.
In a second study, we measured frequency response functions for seven angular frequency filters with maximum sensitivities centered on 1, 2, 3, 4, 8, 16 and 24 cycles/360[degrees] (Simas & Santos, 2002).
In Equation (3), when [xi] represents the dimension of time [tau], variable q corresponds to the angular frequency [omega], thereby reflecting the instantaneous Doppler shift of the received signal.
p] is the electron plasma angular frequency for bulk material at the operating wavelength [lambda].
1] are coordinates of the contact point, K and L are amplitudes of vibrations of the point, [omega] is angular frequency of vibrations, [[psi].
0] is the resonance angular frequency of the parallel LC resonator, which is corresponding to attenuation pole location in Figure 7.
Because the second angular frequency has a higher value, the first angular frequency, meaning the fundamental natural angular frequency ([[omega].
H], which involves the squares of: the angular frequency [omega]; the summed-total [C.
found thai the complex viscosity |[eta]*| measured as a function of angular frequency under small deformation correlates very closely to the non-linear shear viscosity measured as a function of shear rate.
and the storage (G') and loss (G") moduli as a function of angular frequency ([omega]) are shown in Fig.
Poynting suggested that circularly polarized light must contain angular momentum and showed it as the ratio between the free energy per unit volume and the angular frequency.