long pulse

long pulse

a pulse in which the impact is felt longer than usual.
Synonym(s): sustained pulse
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Using the Pinpointe[TM] Laser System (1064 nm Nd: YAG) with a long pulse duration, Zhang and colleagues [36] randomly assigned into two treatment groups, 33 microscopically and fungal culture positive patients (154 nails) with onychomycosis to either 8 treatments at one week intervals (group 1) or 4 treatments at one week intervals (group 2).
Ajit singh and Amitabha ghosh [1] analyzed that discharge duration (time) for short pulse, medium pulse, long pulse.
Sun, "Short and long pulse high magnetic field facility at the Wuhan National High Magnetic Field Center", IEEE Trans.
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.
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
However, due to the long pulse time and the high current, both the maximum power and consumed energy of the QCHMF magnet are usually very high which are easy to exceed the power and energy limits of the power supply.
Evaluation of a super long pulse 810-nm diode hair removal in suntanned individuals.
However, a long pulse of 800 ms formed a crack in the central regime of the deposit in Fig.
We consider the reflection of a relatively long pulse with [[tau].
High peak powers combined with UV wavelengths significantly reduce HAZ (heat affected zone), debris, and reflow--all by-products of long pulse excimer lasers.
As the pulse-repetition rate often was limited by requirements of non-ambiguous range measurements (and not possible due to severe clutter fold-over in ground applications anyway) long pulse lengths were needed, which limited short-range coverage and degraded range resolution.