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Seismic waves that originate from a point source are spherical in nature, and when incident on a plane reflector, they sweep through it by producing a succession of contact zones. Nonetheless, the limited planar area, which ‘effectively’ comes into contact at the interface and collectively contributes to produce a coherent reflection, is called the first Fresnel zone (Figure 2.16).The quality of a reflection depends not only on the area defined by Fresnel zone but also on the type of the reflecting surface. The lateral changes in reflectivity of planar widths less than a Fresnel zone tend to deteriorate the reflection quality. Modeling has demonstrated that interfaces having width less than λ/4 cannot be viewed clearly and thus defines the limit for spatial resolution (Niranjan,
The principal situations in which flames occur by design are in burners and flares. Ejection of flammable fluid from a vessel, pipe or pipe flange can give rise to a jet flame if the material ignites. An intermediate situation, and one which particularly concerns the designer is where the jet flame result from ignition of flammable material vented from a pressure relief valve (Tong, Lo, Zhang &Chen, 2013). Scenario involving jet flames are not easy to handle, since a large jet flame may have a substantial reach, sometimes up to 50 m or more. Jet flames have been involved in a number of accidents, perhaps the most dramatic were the large jet flames from the gas riser on the Piper Alpha Oil platform.
Bayes rule contraction Based on Bayes' rule this is another technique to determine the threshold for image de-noising in the wavelet domain. Bays Rule allows us to write the expression in terms of the estimated probability density of the noise and the signal image. The threshold equation is given as: The Bayesian threshold described above provides a natural extension to incorporate higher order 3. Conclusion The results obtained for the various thresholding schemes are given in Table 2 . From Table 2, it is observed that there is a significant improvement approach subband threshold in terms of parameters for assessing the quality of the image on the global threshold approach.
This can help know when storms or severe weather are coming in as well. 4. Describe the causes of wind. Wind is caused by airflow from high pressure to low pressure, which would be the differences in the atmospheric pressure. When a difference in this pressure occurs winds move from a higher to a lower pressure, resulting in winds.
Therefore we will be using a settling value of current and when the power consumption is high the current requirement will be raised. When this requirement exceeds the settling value the changeover relay will be switched to the inverter. When the load is reduced, again the changeover will connect to the grid. If incase the inverter power is less than the required power or the power consumptions is increased than the settling value, again the
FMEA concentrates in identifying the severity and criticality of failures. FMEA is a fully bottom-up approach . Risk Priority Number, which is the product of the severity, occurrence and detection ratings is calculated as RPN = S x O x D. The RPN must be calculated for each cause of failure. RPN shows the relative likelihood of a failure mode, in that the higher number, the higher the failure mode. From RPN, a critical summary
Auditory nerves are simulated through electrodes inserted in the cochlea. Disadvantages include the indispensability of extracorporeal devices, the small number of electrodes which closely connects to the limitation of tones, and the relatively large power consumption . 2. Functions and anatomy of the cochlea The functions of the cochlea include the conversion of acoustic wave signals to electrical signals and the frequency selectivity. The basilar membrane (BM) is a biological diaphragm in the cochlea has an important role in frequency selectivity.
. When a force is transferred by a moving solid object to another solid object, the second object will generally move in either the same direction or in a direction at a small angle (less than 90 degree) to the direction of motion of the first object, unless subjected to another force. However, the method by which forces are transferred from a fluid to a solid object is very different. Wind turbines are operating in an unconstrained fluid, in this case air. To understand how they work, two terms from the field of aerodynamics will be introduced.