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synchronism

 [sin´kro-nizm]
occurrence at the same time.

syn·chro·nism

(sin'krō-nizm),
Occurrence of two or more events at the same time; the condition of being simultaneous.
Synonym(s): synchronia (1)
[syn- + G. chronos, time]

syn·chro·nism

(sing'krŏ-nizm)
Occurrence of two or more events at the same time; the condition of being simultaneous.
Synonym(s): synchronia (1) .
[syn- + G. chronos, time]

syn·chro·nism

(sing'krŏ-nizm)
Occurrence of two or more events at same time; condition of being simultaneous.
[syn- + G. chronos, time]
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Thus, in all cases, for the appearance of the above synchronism on the noise detectors it is necessary that only the impact force, but not the impact character, of the considered fields depends on the magnitudes of the detector's motion parameters.
The local-time synchronism at different geographical points (almost 15,000 km apart) is also determined by a sharp extremum on the curve of distribution over intervals with a resolution of 1 min.
The synchronism between the individuals which presented the phenophases was elevated in the first year (2009), with a lower intensity in the second year (2010), when few trees presented flowering and constant fall of buds and flowers were observed.
This is usually a branch or execution synchronism instruction along with data synchronism instructions as the end of the BB.
The rotor swing of the generators G2 (at bus 31) and G3 (at bus 32) violates the threshold value, causing them to lose synchronism. Both the generators are going out of step with respect to the other generators, making the whole system transiently unstable.
To access the synchronous mode, the rotor of the motor must be accelerated to close to the synchronous speed of rotation, after which to apply to the winding excitation DC, the rotor will become an electromagnet and will enter into synchronism.
ii) The occurrence of system instability caused by specific generators or groups of generators losing synchronism with the system is identified using a hierarchical clustering approach.
In addition, something quite interesting that happens at all times is the synchronism, a sort of integrated work: the team is able to without talking, just looking, to work for a long time, it is something interesting, the interaction is complete and represents an organizational process (BISPO, 2015).
The main contribution of this work involves a new functional which is analyzed along the system trajectories, allowing getting information about the evolution of velocity and position of both master 1 and master 2, velocity and acceleration of mobile robot, and synchronism errors.
The synchronization is achieved when the decision variable "z" exceeds the threshold "[T.sub.H]." Though "z" exceeds "[T.sub.H]" several times, it is only once that the received signal r(t) is in synchronism with [B.sub.C0] (t - [tau]).
The destroyer, lipping and snuffling whiteness at the hawsepipes, lunges forward, lifts, plunges deeper, lifts in the tense trembling climax of struggle against the synchronism of the sea, until a green wave explodes on her falling fo'csle.