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If the excitation frequency slightly shifts, the performance of the harvester can dramatically decrease.
The MHR has an operating temperature range from -55 degrees C to +150 degrees C, with an option for 220 degrees C operation, and an excitation frequency up to 20 kHz.
5 kHz excitation frequency and 1 kHz frequency response.
the amount of useful energy, which falls into the excitation frequency band [B.
For human muscle, the excitation frequency or frequencies of a mechanical vibration system are the characteristic that describes the muscle fiber type or types that can be elicited optimally at the twitch frequency by a vibration input.
Figure 4 presents some results on the transmissibility T evolution versus excitation frequency v, with the magnitude in decibels (dB) described by:
Influence of the excitation frequency on the equilibrium value Excitation [k.
2) is determined as a function of the excitation frequency that was chosen close to the value w = 2[pi] nc/L, n = 4.