decoupling


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decoupling

[dē′kəp·liŋ]
(electricity)
Preventing transfer or feedback of energy from one circuit to another.

decoupling

The separating of building elements to reduce the transfer of heat, sound, or physical loads from one element to another.
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Orica was assessed as achieving a decoupling rate of 24% over the five year period compared to a Chemicals sector average of negative 22% over the same period.
Decoupling capacitors address these problems by providing a distributed source of operating current accessible via a low-impedance (i.
Mr Hudson says decoupling, or cutting the link between subsidies and production levels, on around two-thirds of payments to farmers is a big contribution towards reducing the ability of trading partners and environmentalists to criticise CAP as distorting trade and damaging the countryside by stimulating overproduction.
Governments can apply full or partial decoupling,as well as channelling 10pc of single farm payments into a national envelope, which can be targeted at environmental management.
Kidder of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) at a Department of Energy-sponsored workshop on cavity decoupling, the military significance of tests near 10 and 150 kilotons has been far greater than that for tests below 1 kiloton under the Threshold Test Ban Treaty.
The decoupling proposal would introduce a new rate design that breaks the link between Delmarva Power's revenue and electricity sales in order to better align the company's interests with those of its customers for greater energy efficiency.
There are two main purposes for decoupling capacitors: 1) to provide charge to an integrated circuit (IC), and 2) to lower power/ground plane impedance to reduce effects of resonances on the PCB.
1 and 3) for neat PVDF and its nanocomposite when only one decoupling was applied either to fluorine or to Proton for both [.
Evident in the decoupled signal is the reround halo and precise information on the gouge, information made possible through the decoupling process.
On June 7, 2005, South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford signed HB 3768, which contains a provision (13) explicitly decoupling from IRC Sec.
It enables school systems and other organizations to virtualize all file servers and NAS devices in the enterprise by decoupling the physical location of a file from the file's name and path as seen by the application or user.
We are convinced that after decoupling multiple retailers would like to call a price war truce on low value agricultural products like beef.