A Novel Tool for Evaluating Rhythmic Ability



A novel design method for underactuated variable oscillation mechanisms
TANIK, ENGİN; Söylemez, Eres (2015-01-01)
For variable oscillation mechanisms, if output stroke is decreased, output-link force will increase for a same input due to the mechanical advantage. Thus, in order to eliminate input actuator stall phenomena for cases where sudden increase occurs at output load, variable oscillation mechanisms can be employed. In this study, a novel design procedure for seven link two degree-of-freedom variable oscillation mechanisms is proposed. The mechanisms run as a six-link mechanism for a fixed position of a control-...
A novel approach for synthesising sinus waveforms at power level
Şedele, Serkan Paki; Ertan, Hulusi Bülent; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2004)
In variable speed motor drive and uninterruptible power supply (UPS) applications, taditional method is to employ some kind of a modulation technique at a high frequency typically 6 kHz to 20 kHz range. In these modulation techniques, the switches are hard switched. The result is application of a series of pulses to the load, and if the load is inductive, sine wave current flows into the load. Hard and rapid switching causes a voltage waveform with a very high dv/dt (rate of change in voltage) causing high ...
A Novel Numerical Technique for Analyzing Metasurfaces
ÖZGÜN, ÖZLEM; Mittra, Raj; Kuzuoğlu, Mustafa (2019-12-31)
This work presents a novel technique for efficient numerical modeling of electromagnetic scattering from metasurfaces comprising of truncated periodic or locally-varying quasi-periodic surfaces. The proposed technique hybridizes the periodic Finite Element Method (FEM) with the Method of Moments (MoM) to develop an algorithm far more efficient than conventional numerical methods for electromagnetic scattering from arbitrary objects. The key feature of the proposed algorithm is that it takes advantage of the...
A Novel and Simple Technique for Compensation of Single-Phase Voltage Disturbances
Mirabbasi, Davar; Heidari, Mehrdad (2011-09-10)
In the modern industrial world, many electronic and electrical control devices are designed with the use of modern power electronics, are characterized by an extreme sensitivity on power quality variations. Voltage sag, swell or interruption in one phase of a three-phase system due to LG fault, capacitor switching or any other reason is to he mitigated immediately for proper functioning of all the equipments. A three-phase transformer connected in zigzag connected winding across a star connected three-phase...
A fast method of calculating diffraction loss between two facing transducers
Atalar, Abdullah (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 1988-9)
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M. Söğüt and G. Akar, “A Novel Tool for Evaluating Rhythmic Ability,” 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/84544.