Dose - Includes exposure of an individual to radiation (1) in a restricted
area; or (2) in the course of employment in which the individual's duties
involve exposure to radiation; provided, the "occupational dose"
shall not be deemed to include any exposure of an individual to radiation
for the purpose of medical diagnosis or medical therapy of such individual.
- Ohms - The unit used to measure resistance in electrical systems.
- Ohm's Law
force across a circuit is equal to the current flowing through the circuit
multiplied by the total impedance of the circuit.
Point - Point on the impedance diagram that specifies the normalized
inductive reactance and resistance of a coil.
Frequency - The frequency that provides the highest signal-to-noise
ratio compatible with the detection of a specific discontinuity. Each combination
of discontinuity type and material may have a different optimum frequency.
- The angular relationship of a surface, plane, discontinuity or axis to a
reference plane or surface.
Motions - Moving backward and forward like a pendulum.
- A device that displays
how a voltage or current signal varies over time.