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The Peak Factor for Gust Loading: A Review and Some New Proposals


In the expression of G a peak factor g is introduced to account for the maxima of the response dynamical displacement Xd(t),which is a zero mean stationary Gaussian process.


The peak factor is derived by assuming that the upcrossings of a given level are a Poisson process, which is deemed very conservative by several authors.


In the last part of the paper a nonlinear response, that of a Duffing oscillator, is considered and the problem of the peak factor for this nonlinear case is attacked by using the stochastic averaging of energy envelope.


Microhardness and abrasion wear run in dependence on the layer composition through a peak factor.


The factor ξ depends upon the peak factor A with a weak relationship to life.2.A modification of Eq.


The distribution of peak factor in QPSK MultiCarrier modulation


It appears that allocating just one or two bits of redundancy to such a code will be sufficient to achieve substantial reductions in peak factor.


Peak factor for 1hour is considered, instead of 10 min.


This configuration produces the largest possible peak factor for a harmonic complex.


The sign of the phase in the Schroeder formula does not change the waveform peak factor.


When the envelope peak factor was reduced using the Schroeder phase relationship, the LLMP was not affected.

