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Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Year: 2018 | Volume: 13 | Issue: 5 | Page No.: 1158-1163
DOI: 10.36478/jeasci.2018.1158.1163  
Analysis of the Hatch Tuner by the Waft Site of Matter for Dot-Star Pattern on the Alteration Realization System
Jeong-Lae Kim and Kyung-Seop Kim
 
Abstract: Waft alteration technology is organized the tuner status for dot-star pattern of the Gleam Realization Rate (GRR) and Differential Realization Rate (DRR) on the waft realization morph. The realization rate condition by the waft realization morph is associated with the suffuse tuner system. As to search a dot-star pattern of the hatch alteration we are organized of the waft value with waft layer dot by the suffuse-upper structure. The concept of realization rate is made sure of the reference of gleam rate and differential rate for alteration signal by the waft tuner morph. Moreover, show up a hatch alteration of the GRR-DRR of the medium in terms of the waft-tuner morph and waft dot tuner that is gained the a Waft value of the Far Alteration of the Wa-RM-FA-βMED with 13.12±2.25 units, that was the a Waft value of the Convenient alteration of the Wa-RM-CO-βMED with 8.10±1.35 units, that was the a Waft value of the Flank alteration of the Wa-RM-FL-βMED with 2.84±0.16 units, that was the a Waft value of the Vicinage alteration of the Wa-RM-VI-βMED with 0.46±0.04 units. The suffuse tuner will be to assess at the ability of the waft-tuner morph for the control degree realization rate on the GRR-DRR that is disclosed the hatch gleam and differential morph by the realization rate system. Suffuse realization system will be possible to modify of a morph by the special signal and to count a waft data of suffuse tuner rate.
 
How to cite this article:
Jeong-Lae Kim and Kyung-Seop Kim, 2018. Analysis of the Hatch Tuner by the Waft Site of Matter for Dot-Star Pattern on the Alteration Realization System. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13: 1158-1163.
DOI: 10.36478/jeasci.2018.1158.1163
URL: http://medwelljournals.com/abstract/?doi=jeasci.2018.1158.1163