Generation of Modified Sinusoidal Waves Using Operational Integrators
The production of modified sinusoidal waves is currently a field of active research even in already developed countries as it combines the ease of production associated with square waves and avoids the low energy efficiency associated with true sinusoidal waves. This paper discusses the production of Modified Sinusoidal Waves using electronic wave shaping circuits that performs the process of mathematical integration. The particular method of interest starts with a square wave as the input signal and a sine wave as the output. Derivations are first discussed and then circuit elements are used to implement equations derived from the analysis. Finally a comparison is made between the modified sinusoidal wave generated using this method and a true sine wave.
Keywords: Asymptotic techniques, Maxwell fluid, constantly accelerating plates and velocity fields.