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[8] proposed an adaptive stochastic resonance method to suppress noise interference and enhance fault signature and applied it to weak fault feature extraction of planetary gearboxes.
(2009b), who found that the velocity of the soundboard in the radial direction increased by a factor of 2 when ribs were affixed on the resonance board.
About Resonance: Founded in 2009, Resonance is a Shanghai-based social media agency focused on lifestyle and luxury brands, with 40+ in-house staff.
Andrew Wood, managing director at Overbury, the refurbishment specialist which has been appointed to oversee its transformaation, said: "Resonance is a fantastic addition to the West Midlands and is a project we're proud to be working on."
The main study objective was to compare left ventricular volumes and global and regional functions assessed by cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMRI)and echocardiography in patients with recent atypical chest pain or suspected coronary artery disease.
The Brand Resonance Model is based on consumers' perceptions, beliefs and attitudes to measure brand strength.
If the current spike to 36+ Hz in resonance is to be believed, then that probably explains why time feels faster, anxiety is steeper, and passion burns brighter.
* The lowest resonance ([F.sub.1]) of the vocal tract is almost always in contact with or within the treble clef.
Therefore, the frequency reconfigurable antennas have wide applicability and are able to provide multiband coverage by altering their resonance frequency and/or the impedance bandwidth [3,4].
The working principle of this sensor is based on deflection of microcantilever (MC) due to an object attached on its surface (static mode) or resonance frequency shift of the MC vibration due to an object (dynamic mode).