Description: isochronism. 1. the characteristic of having a uniform period of vibration. 2. the condition of occurring at the same time as another event. — isochronic, adj. — isochrony, n. See also: Time. -Ologies & -Isms.
Description: The isochronism of a pendulum vibrating in a cycloidal arc was first discovered by Galileo but he did not apply it to clocks. Time Telling through the Ages | Harry Chase Brearley In order to produce a note, the succession of shocks must not deviate much from isochronism .
Description: Medical Definition of isochronism. : the state of having the same chronaxie isochronism between a muscle and its nerve.
Description: Isochronism. The property, in an oscillator such as a pendulum or balance, of having a period that is independent of oscillator amplitude. In layman's terms, a pendulum or balance that takes the same time to complete a swing no matter how big the swing is, has the property of isochronism. An isochronal oscillator, whether a balance and balance ...
Description: isochronism ( countable and uncountable, plural isochronisms ) The state or quality of being isochronous. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster’s Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain.
Description: The concept of isochronism in art, which is related with 'time and equal durations of time', can be created by using pieces together to form a whole. Isochronisme in ceramics: the whole and the piece. Relying on the law of spin isochronism Alfv6n and Arrhenius (1976 ) infer for the primitive Earth a length of day of 6 hours (p.226).
Description: isochronism. Need synonyms for isochronism? Here's a list of similar words from our thesaurus that you can use instead. Noun. A ordered set or series. cycle. rhythm. run. sequence.
Description: The word isochronism is bandied around a lot when discussing the quality of high-end timepieces and deserves a solid definition so that it can be easily understood. It comes from Greek and literally means ‘Same’ (Iso) ‘Time’ (Chronos). It relates to the consistency of a watch’s timekeeping in all tested positions of wear.
Description: The term isochronous is used in several technical contexts, but usually refers to the primary subject maintaining a constant period or interval (the reciprocal of frequency ), despite variations in other measurable factors in the same system.
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