As we know the mean value of a pulse wave (depending on its duty cycle) corresponds to a constant DC.
But when it comes to alternating current through a resistor for DC power correspondance we measure the RMS value i.e. RMS of an alternating current becomes such as the current which lights a bulb as the same intensity as if we have a DC value of the same with that RMS.
I measure pulse wave voltage with Voltmeter's DC settings. I think it gives the mean value.
So my question is if we have a pulse wave does it make sense anymore to talk about its RMS value?