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Coil noise

Known as: Coil whine 
Coil noise or coil whine is a phenomenon in electronics which produces undesirable audible sound. In magnetic resonance imaging "coil noise" is that… Expand
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2013
2013
With the highlights of the high transmission rate, large capacity, strong anti-interference and anti-capture ability, good… Expand
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2013
2013
Research and/or Engineering Questions/Objective As driveline torsional vibration modes are very critical for RWD vehicle NVH… Expand
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2012
Highly Cited
2012
The torsional dynamics of a vehicle differential hypoid gear pair is investigated. The model comprises applied torque… Expand
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2012
2012
This paper presents an investigation into Elastohydrodynamic (EHL) modeling of differential hypoid gears that can be used in… Expand
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2008
2008
Introduction Optimal coil size and coil positioning are important concepts in MR coil design. For a single loop coil lying on a… Expand
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2007
2007
The purpose of this study is to propose a criterion for determining stabilizer thickness of YBCO coated conductors. The… Expand
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2005
Highly Cited
2005
Flexibility in female mate choice occurs over a range of timescales. We examined this plasticity over the course of a single… Expand
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2005
2005
Focused on the second symphonic poem of Lizt' s Tasso: Whine and Triumph in this paper, the theory and method of appearance… Expand
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2002
Highly Cited
2002
The energy sources for natural-source magnetotelluric (MT) frequencies > 1 Hz are electromagnetic (EM) waves caused by distant… Expand
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