long pulse

long pulse

a pulse in which the impact is felt longer than usual.
Synonym(s): sustained pulse
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The L50(150)A-LP2-35 is a compact, thermal measurement sensor for use with high power density and long pulse lasers.
New and increasing threats abroad require long-range visibility and corresponding wide radar pulse widths and long pulse repetition intervals, while the increase in urban warfare demands narrow radar pulse widths and high pulse repetition frequencies to detect small, close threats."
Li and Chen [12] have investigated the cellular effects of GES on rat antrum SMC and found that electrical stimulation using a single long pulse and a width of 50 ms or greater was effective in depolarizing cell membrane potentials of SMC.
[27] reported a ten patient pilot study also employing a comparative design of the two types of 1064 Nd:YAG systems (short pulse versus long pulse).
Ajit singh and Amitabha ghosh [1] analyzed that discharge duration (time) for short pulse, medium pulse, long pulse. The electrostatic force is the important factor in the removal of the metal in short pulses.
Sun, "Short and long pulse high magnetic field facility at the Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center", IEEE Trans.
Beer's law has been applied to obtain the value of absorbed intensity by applied the value of incident intensity of a thickness of differ layer of human skin tissue at Nd-YGA laser at 1064[micro]m wavelength, Q-switch and long pulse, the absorbed intensity depend up on the type and thickness of skin layers.
SPECTRAL EVOLUTION'S SR-1901PT spectroradiometer can capture the full spectrum from 280 to 1900 nm in a single flash with a 1 msec integration time to measure both short and long pulse solar simulators for spectral match to AM 0 or AM 1.5.
* For large blue veins, vascular lasers such as a long pulse Nd:Yag lasers can be recommended.
This is due to the long pulse duration causes plasma channel to expand and this expansion causes less energy density on the workpiece which is insufficient to melt and
Short-pulse blind range-filling techniques are available, but they create an abrupt change in sensitivity at the transition from short to long pulse. Aside from the commercially available pulse compression systems, others are mobile systems at [K.sub.a] and X bands (Table 2).