third harmonic

third harmonic
trečioji harmonika statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. third harmonic; triple-frequency harmonic vok. dritte harmonische, f; dritte Oberschwingung, f rus. третья гармоника, f pranc. harmonique d'ordre trois, m; harmonique troisième, m

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