oscillogram


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oscillogram

(ŏs′ĭl-ō-grăm) [″ + Gr. gramma, something written]
A graphic record made by the oscillograph.
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Oscillograms were drawn by a Hitachi 672 Graph Plotter (fig.
Caption: Figure 10: Oscillogram of the current switching diode based on 4H-SiC<B>, measured when switching diodes from forward current (I = 25 mA) to a reverse voltage of 60 V.
Figure 5 presents two spectra and two oscillograms corresponding to signals received from the object at two different angles.
I have made the combustion oscillograms for marine heavy fuel RMF25 with its characteristics mentioned in table 1, at which the water emulsification included four determination tests for water--marine fuel emulsion in proportions of 5[%], 10[%], 15[%] and 20[%].
Figure 2 shows a typical oscillogram of a long-term C- component of the artificial lightning current generated under laboratory conditions according to the requirements of [10] in the LCG discharge circuit for the purpose of experimentally determining the lightning resistibility of aerospace objects under direct lightning conditions.
Caption: Figure 12: Typical oscillogram for liner voids (vault).
1A is an oscillogram of 120 s activity from the enclosed, acoustically shielded environment.
This moment indicates the start of the chamfer crossing stage and as a result of the peg-chamfer contact, the oscillogram displayed on the computer screen shows the voltage jump (Fig.
Figure 4 shows the oscillogram of current and voltage at the moment of arc discharge inside the case of the sample No.
The vibration oscillogram of impact force (diagram F-t) obtained from the test is shown in Figure 8.
The oscillogram of PD voltage during the beginning of the experiment is presented in Fig.