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  • Excitation - definition of excitation by The Free Dictionary

    ex·ci·ta·tion (ĕk′sī-tā′shən) n. 1. The act or process of exciting or an instance of it. 2. The state or condition of being excited. 3. Physiology The ...

  • Excitation (magnetic) - Wikipedia

    For a machine using field coils, as is the case in most large generators, the field must be established by a current in order for the generator to produce electricity.

  • Excitation | Define Excitation at

    Excitation definition, the act of exciting. See more.

  • Excitation | Definition of Excitation by Merriam-Webster

    According to this theory, each fundamental subatomic particle corresponds to an excitation of a string, analogous to a musical note played on a guitar.

  • Excitation - Wikipedia

    Excitement or excitation can refer to: Science. The excited state of an atom, molecule or nucleus; The excitatory postsynaptic potential; The excitation (magnetic ...

  • Excitation | definition of excitation by Medical dictionary

    excitation [ek″si-ta´shun] an act of irritation or stimulation; a condition of being excited or of responding to a stimulus; the addition of energy, as the ...

  • excitation | Definition of excitation in English by Oxford ...

    Definition of excitation - the application of energy to something., the action of exciting or the state of being excited; excitement

  • Excitation | atomic physics |

    Excitation: Excitation, in physics, the addition of a discrete amount of energy (called excitation energy) to a system—such as an atomic nucleus, an atom, or a ...

  • Generator Excitation Systems Training Seminar | GLOMACS

    This seminar will provide understanding of effective maintenance procedures for Generator Excitation Systems to reduce costs and troubleshooting complexity

  • excitation - Wiktionary

    (physiology) activity produced in an organ, tissue, or part, such as a nerve cell, as a result of stimulation

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