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- adv. In a sinusoidal manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a sinusoidal manner; in the manner of a sinusoid.
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- adv. in a sinusoidal manner
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Initially they would move back and forth fifty times a minute, and if you put bile in, there was an instantaneous change and they started moving sinusoidally.
The atoms move on a sinusoidally modulated potential surface, which occurs through changes in their energy levels when they interact with light (light shift).
And we will vary an amplitude, sinusoidally, parabolically, exponentially, and present a succession of prime numbers.
Mills 'formulates that the universe cycles sinusoidally between expansion and collapse (but collapse only to the limits of Schwarzschild metric, not a singularity) and that the accelerating is just the upslope on the sinsoid curve.
Over the last year, the rumours linking Gonzalez to the Sox have been sinusoidally unceasing.
As such, the current flowing into my PC's power supply also varies sinusoidally.
Unsympathetically it is the job of computer alarm clock to crystallized sinusoidally the feeble maledict grindelia halfway as the opsb and the generosity of new cetus in this lattice.
Universal control algorithms and HW construction of these drives allow users to employ many different types of motors with the same HW, including DC brush motors, DC brushless / AC Servo motors (2 or 3 phase), stepper motors (open loop or sinusoidally commutated closed loop), and AC induction motors.
If you make the strength of vibration of the motor vary sinusoidally with the angle, so that when a particular motor is pointing directly north it vibrates at full strength, and when directly south not at all, you'll get a very smooth response.