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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 of pressure fluctuation (regular damper, n=1500 rpm, [P.sub.0] = 15 MPa) a--normal operation mode; b--mode of supply failure
10 and 11, oscillograms of positive discharges developing at inception voltage are presented in Fig.
Third Diagnosis Level (for Current Oscillograms and Fault Voltages)
Figure 3a shows the oscillograms of developed power and energy during two different short circuit points (0 and 118 degrees), while in Figure 3b is presented the zoom of the oscillograms for short circuit on point 118 degrees.
Kishinouye with, is that the oscillograms he made were the first acoustic emission waveforms ever recorded.
We present a representative audiospectrogram and oscillogram for a selected 2.5 sec recording segment for each species.
Oscillograms of songs were produced on a Siemens Mingograph 34T after filtering (high-pass 1kHz, low-pass 5kHz, Kemo VBF/4).
Figures 2,a,b show oscillograms of voltage (current) pulses obtained at disinfecting water treatment using micro- and nanosecond discharges.
From a comparison of the oscillograms of the normal stress p + q (Fig.
In any case, most authors published basic song parameters and graphic representations revealing frequency composition (spectrograms and power spectra) and temporal structure (oscillograms, cf.
Caption: Figure 2: Oscillograms of the electrical units in case of 2-phase fault: (1) current and its derivative received on the model and (2) analytical current and its derivative functions received based on (6).
Measuring stand allows real-time displaying of the data coming from the microcontroller ADC system at a computer screen in the form of oscillograms and to start the process of recording information in time.