Permittance
Permittance Per*mit"tance, n. The act of permitting; allowance; permission; leave. --Milton. [1913 Webster]

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  • Permittance — Susceptance La susceptance, notée B, est la partie imaginaire de l admittance. Elle est mesurée en siemens. On utilisait depuis 1887 le terme permittance, aujourd hui obsolète. On a la relation : Avec : Y l admittance, en S ; G la… …   Wikipédia en Français

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  • Susceptance — In electrical engineering, the susceptance ( B ) is the imaginary part of the admittance. In SI units, the susceptance is measured in siemens. Oliver Heaviside first defined this property, which he called permittance , in June… …   Wikipedia

  • Susceptance — La susceptance, notée B, est la partie imaginaire de l admittance. Elle est mesurée en siemens. On utilisait depuis 1887 le terme permittance, aujourd hui obsolète. On a la relation : Avec : Y l admittance, en S ; G la conductance …   Wikipédia en Français

  • acquiescence — I noun accedence, acceptance, accession, accordance, acknowledgment, adsensus, agreement, allowance, assent, compliance, concession, concordance, concurrence, consent, grant, implied consent, nonresistance, observance, passive agreement, passive… …   Law dictionary

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