**1.** *Dampings* meaning Plural form of damping.

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**2.** I have tried adjusting the *Dampings* values but I …

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**3.** ** Dampings** - find the meaning and all words formed with

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**4.** The word ** Dampings** uses 8 letters: a, d, g, i, m, n, p, s

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**6.** In this paper, we consider a coupled Lamé system only with viscoealstic *Dampings*

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**7.** From parameter studies of the eigenvalue analysis, the following results are obtained: first, the internal and external ** Dampings** acting uniformly on the disk make all real parts

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**8.** More precisely, in our work, the presence of the two ** Dampings** physically means that when the beam suffers small deformations, it stabilizes quickly (with an exponential rate), as a function of the attrition (in this case represented by the two

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**9.** The modal ** Dampings** increase as the thickness of constraining layer for the fiber angle in the range 0°–90°

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**10.** It seems that the modal ** Dampings** are more likely to be affected by the thickness of constraining layer for the fiber angle in the range 15°–35°.

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**11.** In Beniani,** Taouaf** and Benaissa studied** a coupled viscoelastic Lamé system** with** strong Dampings** and established a general

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**12.** What does ** Dampings** mean? Plural form of damping

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**13.** Furthermore, special "** Dampings**" (e.g

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**14.** Therefore, the present work is devoted to investigate the global existence and general decay rate for a one-dimensional full von Kármán beam with a thermo-viscoelastic damping, frictional ** Dampings** and a delay term in the internal feedback.

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**15.** Diagrams of effective periods and ** Dampings** of soil-structure systems for embedded foundations in soil layers are presented

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**16.** To create a damping, right-click on ** Dampings** in the Model tree and select New to open the window below

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**17.** Existence and general decay rate estimates of a coupled Lamé system only with viscoelastic *Dampings*

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**18.** To create a damping, right-click on ** Dampings** in the Model tree and select New to open the window below

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**19.** The double-time Green function technique is employed to determine the single-particle and GDR *Dampings*

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**20.** Turbulent ** Dampings** are mostly related in the realistic magnetized plasma in Milky Way halo

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**22.** So first make sure your preloads & ** Dampings** are good

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**23.** The purpose of this work is to study the emergence of synchronization and give an estimate for sync basin for the nonuniform Kurmaoto model on connected graphs with general ** Dampings**, which is the most general setting for a connected power grid.

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**24.** 4.2 Estimation of ** Dampings** by conventional method

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**25.** We first apply a conventional method to estimate the ** Dampings** in each layer at the KTG site

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**26.** In this paper, we consider the uniform stabilization problem for a coupled 1-d variable coefficient wave equation with anti-** Dampings** in the interior domain and joint difference-type control

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**27.** In this paper, the phenomenon of stochastic resonance (SR) in a harmonic oscillator with fractional-order external and intrinsic ** Dampings** under the external periodic force is investigated

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**28.** If the modal ** Dampings** for the first and second modes are 0.05% and 0.13%, respectively, determine the …

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**29.** The ** Dampings**, which act as partial dissipations, are defined by the fractional Laplacian removing Fourier modes in certain symmetric subsets K j ⊂ Z 3 (j = 1, 2)

Dampings, Dissipations, Defined

**30.** (2017) and Kim and Dubrulle (2002) where the phenomenon of energy cascade is analyzed for the 2D inviscid fluid flow with partial ** Dampings**.

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**31.** In this paper, we consider a vibrating system of Timoshenko-type in a bounded one-dimensional domain under Dirichlet–Dirichlet or Dirichlet–Neumann boundary conditions with one or two discrete time delays and one or two internal frictional *Dampings*

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**32.** We consider the synchronization problem of swing equations, a second-order Kuramoto-type model, on connected networks with inhomogeneous *Dampings*

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**33.** Title: Stabilisation of wave equations on the torus with rough *Dampings*

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**34.** Authors: Nicolas Burq (LM-Orsay), Patrick Gérard (LM-Orsay) (Submitted on 3 Jan 2018) Abstract: For the damped wave equation on a compact manifold with {\em continuous} ** Dampings**, the geometric control condition is necessary and sufficient for {uniform} stabilisation

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**DAMPINGS** [ˈdampiNG]

NOUN

**damping** (noun) · **damping off** (noun) · **dampings off** (plural noun)

- a decrease in the amplitude of an oscillation as a result of energy being drained from the system to overcome frictional or other resistive forces.
- a mechanism or system for bringing about damping.

- short for damping-off.

VERB

**Damping** is an influence within or upon an oscillatory **system** that has the effect of reducing, restricting or preventing its oscillations. In physical **systems**, **damping** is produced by processes that dissipate the energy stored in the oscillation.

The level of damping provided by each type of damping material relates to the material's damping coefficient . The damping coefficient measures the material's capacity to produce "bounce back"-or return energy to a system or structure.

**Damping**, in physics, restraining of vibratory motion, such as **mechanical** oscillations, noise, and alternating electric currents, by dissipation of energy. Unless a child keeps pumping a swing, its motion dies down because of **damping**. Shock absorbers in automobiles and carpet pads are examples of **damping** devices.

Damped wave. A damped wave is a wave whose **amplitude of oscillation decreases with time**, eventually going to zero, an exponentially decaying sinusoidal wave.