instantaneous value

instantaneous value

[¦in·stən¦tā·nē·əs ′val·yü]
(physics)
The value of a sinusoidal or otherwise varying quantity at a particular instant.
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For each of these kCMI nodes, the instantaneous value of the function [i.
However, in the proposed algorithms, the covariance matrix is initially set to (10), but it gets updated through multiple iterations so that it approaches its instantaneous value (3), which is capable of providing an improved overall detection performance.
d]) and if change of load current is neglected due to voltage changes on capacitor, the instantaneous value of capacitor current is equal to the instantaneous value of load current:
An example of instantaneous value of spring force S acting on the peg and dry friction force T acting between the peg and drum's hole during a single cycle of uplifting of the peg is shown in Fig.
Let's look at the instantaneous value of coolant pressure transmitted onto the bus.
In preliminary experiments an instantaneous value of 1.
Also an algorithm for the calculation of instantaneous value of this energy in a definite calculation point has been described.
Power -- Power is the instantaneous value of the rate of doing work, measured in kilowatts (kW).
To get round this problem, it is possible to massage instantaneous value calculations to give a truer picture by including expected costs averaged over the period in which the income is received.
It is the instantaneous value corrected for Maxwell stresses that is predicted by theory if no viscoelastic relaxation has been taken into account.
If an elastomer part is subjected to instantaneous strain (at time t = O) and held constant for a long time (as in the case of many press-fit bushings), the corresponding stress in the stress-time graph decreases with time from its instantaneous value, until it reaches some non-zero value.
By rapidly solving specific server virtualization issues such as cost visibility, chargeback, and capacity bottlenecks, VKernel virtual appliances provide instantaneous value and benefits to any organization involved in a virtualization project," said Alex Bakman, founder and CEO of VKernel.