dynamic sensitivity

dynamic sensitivity

[dī¦nam·ik sen·sə′tiv·əd·ē]
(engineering)
The minimum leak rate which a leak detector is capable of sensing.
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This fact suggests that it is insufficient to carry out the sensitivity analysis of a system only at a steady state and the dynamic sensitivity analysis should be made aggressively.
The results of the dynamic sensitivity analysis revealed that the metabolites in the methionine cycle behave stably as a result of perturbation to the enzymatic activity but have a possibility to oscillate in the absence of the allosteric regulation of CBS by AdoMet.
The lack of steering feedback and a slightly ponderous feel to the road-holding mean that although the Lancer is comfortably stable, it lacks the dynamic sensitivity of say the Focus.
The paper presents a case study of dynamic sensitivity for the developed 3D thin-walled finite element model of Unit 2 reactor building of Ignalina NPP.
First, and most basically, we had predicted that under the normal visual condition dynamic sensitivity scores should parallel those obtained in Experiment 1 under the same 600-ms target duration.
Users can now define their own protocols in addition to the standard bus protocols provided, and there are extensions to event notification dynamic sensitivity.
Here we thrilled to a forward immediacy of tone, spectacular yet unforced diction, gripping dynamic sensitivity and an enviable command of i ntonation.
The IR-s Impact Sensor's increased range of dynamic sensitivity allows it to be adjusted for optimum performance on cars and trucks of varying designs and sizes -- from the largest full-size pickup to the smallest economy car.
By using Decision Drivers, users can perform dynamic sensitivity analysis, substantially reduce the costs associated with technical purchases, and improve the value of acquisition decisions.

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