Definition of Dampings
1. Noun. (plural of damping) ¹
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Definition of Dampings
1. damping [n] - See also: damping
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Literary usage of Dampings
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1. An Introduction to Physical Measurements: With Appendices on Absolute by Friedrich Wilhelm Georg Kohlrausch (1899)
"\V2 + A2 (3) For feeble dampings, ... that is, to \— 0'3, or A = 0'7, may be written sufficiently exactly as 1 + 1'160X; and, for slight dampings, as ^/k. ..."
2. Estimation of Response Spectra and Peak Accelerations from Western North by D. M. Boore (1994)
"... component and the larger horizontal component are given in Table 7 and 8, respectively. Each table contains four parts, corresponding to dampings of 2, ..."
3. Manual of Wireless Telegraphy for the Use of Naval Electricians by Samuel Shelburne Robison (1912)
"This expression gives the true value of the dampings of the circuits only when ... p 2nL by subtracting this from the sum of the two dampings we get at once ..."
4. Wireless Telegraphy: With Special Reference to the Quenched-spark System by Bernard John Leggett (1921)
"It is often necessary to determine the relative dampings of condensers. ... The dampings of the condensers will be inversely, as the readings of the ..."
5. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1904)
"A machine was constructed to register the curves of two superimposed vibrating springs of different, dampings acted upon by magnetic impulses of different ..."
6. The Diseases of Infancy and Childhood: For the Use of Students and by Luther Emmett Holt (1902)
"The discharge is usually abundant, thick, and tenacious, being inn. by dust and dampings. All the symptoms of nasal obstruction are present in varying ..."
7. The Principles of Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony by John Ambrose Fleming (1919)
"... Successive Oscillations in Trains with Various dampings ; Planck's Formula for Radiation and Resistance Decrements ; Radiation Efficiency of an Antenna. ..."
8. A Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism by Éleuthère Élie Nicolas Mascart, Jules François Joubert (1888)
"... of the two dampings with open and closed circuit It is better therefore to determine the constant G by comparison with another galvanometer G' of known ..."