dynamic behavior

dynamic behavior

[dī¦nam·ik bə′hāv·yər]
(engineering)
A description of how a system or an individual unit functions with respect to time.
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Its high dynamic behavior is based on newly developed valves as well as intelligent hydraulic and electronic control circuits.
Instead, the dynamic behavior of each individual customer is analyzed on a continuous basis.
The aim of the research is to simulate nonlinear dynamic behavior of structures containing multi-scaled nanocomposites.
ISLAMABAD -- Researchers from an Iranian university modeled and analyzed nonlinear dynamic behavior and instability of nanostructures in the presence of external driving factors.
Mockup basic screen design of applications or websites without scripting or add as much dynamic behavior as desired with a powerful scripting engine that includes scripting tags for variables, calculations, math functions, file management, procedures, video, sound, Internet, timers and conditional logic.
As the dynamic behavior of the cell can be measured in the quantitative in a real time, those systems can be used in all fields not only foods but also the filed in which a microbe gets involved.
Trade between Costa Rica and Singapore for the past 10 years has been characterized by its dynamic behavior.
Launched in February 2010, SDO is an advanced spacecraft studying the sun and its dynamic behavior.
11, 2010, and is the most advanced spacecraft ever designed to study the Sun and its dynamic behavior.
If the signal is dynamic it is necessary to know the dynamic behavior of these circuits.
Water is at the heart of really all the dynamic behavior of a glacier.

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