current curve

current curve

[′kər·ənt ‚kərv]
(oceanography)
In marine operations, a graphic representation of the flow of a current, consisting of a rectangular-coordinate graph on which speed is represented by the ordinates and time by the abscissas.
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Thus, this promotes defects in the oxide film and the current curve is close to the current room temperature, Fig.
He says the current curve has flattened by almost 300 basis points since the peak of Fed easing in 2011-2012.
On the ideal spot discharge process, combined with the discharge current curve of the effective fitting process, and determine the N order of the column vector, using Wi.
Effects of myocardial ischemia and fluvastatin on current curve of I[sub]K
FEA] are obtained, the exact flat top current curve through the magnet can be easily derived.
This precise matching ensures that the maximum deviation, at any point along the brake's torque versus current curve, will be less than [+ or -] 4 percent of rated torque, brake to brake.
Ignore the unsuccessful bozo, said Kawasaki, but pay attention to the smart, successful bozo--that is, the one who is succeding on the current curve.
That is, the time region at which rapid increase in v is occurring or vigorous vulcanization is occurring, coincided with that for the electrical current curve.
The study described in this article evaluated the validity of current curve speed criteria for modern vehicles.
Edmunds realized - way ahead of the current curve - that business and architectural design should mix and that the result is a powerful creative factor in how a business can succeed and stay ahead of the competition," noted Chris Mitchell, a Managing Principal at Studios Architecture.
As the load increases, especially in the overload status, the current curve with the constant parameters will be far away from the actual current trajectory.
TFIT provides the results in tabular form or as a current curve displayed on the designer's SPICE simulator.