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Definition of the noun admittance
What does admittance mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: admittances
- the right to enter
- lexical domain: Attributes - nouns denoting attributes of people and objects
- synonyms of admittance: access / accession / admission / entree
- more generic word: right = an abstract idea of that which is due to a person or governmental body by law or tradition or nature
- more specific word: door = anything providing a means of access
- the act of admitting someone to enter
Alternative definition of the noun admittance
- The act of admitting.
- Permission to enter, the power or right of entrance.
- Actual entrance, reception.
- [British] [legal] The act of giving possession of a copyhold estate.
- [physics] The reciprocal of impedance
- Admittance: In electrical engineering, admittance is a measure of how easily a circuit or device will allow a current to flow. It is defined as the inverse of impedance. The SI unit of admittance is the siemens. Oliver Heaviside coined the term admittance in December 1887.
- also known as 导纳
- Admittance: In geophysics, admittance describes the small effects of atmospheric pressure on earth gravity. Studies have also been carried out regarding the gravity of Venus. Admittance in geophysics takes atmospheric pressure as the input and measures small changes in the gravitational field as the output. Geophysics admittance is commonly measured in μGal/mbar. These units convert according to 1 Gal = 0.
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A Mathematical Primer by Alwyn Scott
Physically, the characteristic admittance is the reciprocal of the impedance one sees when looking into the open end of a semi-infinite line.3 In the case of a nerve fiber operating in the steady-state (time independent) regime, the series ...
Theory and Practice by Shlomo Silman, Michele B. Emmer
Admittance is the measure of how readily the circuit allows current to flow through it and is given by the ratio of current to...
by Zhanhai Qin, Chung-Kuan Cheng
for each YDDD index, whose corresponding admittance is a composite admittance or device admittance. The use of a list is due to the fact that one DDD ...
Dynamics of Physical Systems (2003)
by Robert H. Cannon
Electrical admittance is a converse of impedance. It is a measure of the degree to which a circuit admits the flow of (alternating) current, and it is always the ratio of a current phasor to a voltage phasor. More generally, any transfer function ...
ADMITTANCE to Copyhold Land of Tenant for Life under a ...
by S W Amos, Roger Amos
More specifically, admittance is the complex ratio of the current in an alternating- current circuit to the EMF which gives rise to it. It is the reciprocal of impedance and therefore has real and imaginary components as shown by the expression Y ...
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ADMITTANCE. n.s. (from admit.] 1. The aćt of admitting ; allowance or permission to enter. —It cannot enter any man's conceit to think it lawful, that every man which listeth should take upon him a charge in the church; and therefore a solemn ...
by Dipak Basu
admittance The inverse of impedance. If the voltage in a circuit element is V (the phasor) and the ...
Defining and Interpreting the Terms Or Words of Art, and Comrising Also Copious Information on the Subjects of Trade and Government by Thomas Edlyne Tomlins
feiture, and a new grant ; but a lord by tort cannot by such admittance purge the forfeiture as to the rightful lord. 1 Lev. 26. Grants by copy of court-roll by infants, &c. will be binding : and if a guardian in socage grants a copyhold in reversion, ...
by Raymond D. Kent, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
ergy from the probe signal is admitted into the middle ear system, and acoustic admittance is high. In addition to the loudspeaker and microphone, the ...
Dictionary of Physics (2016)
by Palgrave Macmillan Ltd
admittance adsorption kinetics aerophones to sound by air movement (wind). A. PPoisson brackets and D-Hamiltonian equations (Dirac- Hamiltonian formalism). The space-time first undergoes a (3 + 1) separation into ...
by Philip A. Laplante
As an example, for a network described by the nodal admittance matrix, its adjoint network is represented by the transposed admittance matrix of the original network. The adjoint network is a basic tool in the computeraided sensitivity analysis ...
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Scrabble value of A1D2M3I1T1T1A1N1C3E1
The value of this 10-letter word is 15 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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