dead time


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dead time

[′ded ‚tīm]
(control systems)
The time interval between a change in the input signal to a process control system and the response to the signal.
(engineering)
The time interval, after a response to one signal or event, during which a system is unable to respond to another. Also known as insensitive time.
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In [8], saturation effects already started at room temperature, although they had a considerably longer dead time of approximately 75 ns.
where [t.sub.Q2dt] is the Q2 dead time, [I.sub.OLED] is the output current to the OLED and [V.sub.SD] is the intrinsic body diode voltage drop of Q2.
Gain Time constant [K.sub.1] 1.00 (1.0003) [[tau].sub.1] 4.07 (3.9887) [K.sub.2] 1.00 (1.00) [[tau].sub.2] 0.305 (1.00) [K.sub.3] 1.00 (1001 [[tau].sub.3] 4.263 (4.00) K 1.00 (1.0003) T 4.375 (4.2184) Dead time PID parameters Initial Retuned [l.sub.1] 2.93 (3.1939) [K.sub.P] 0.1 0.3885 (0.3514) [l.sub.2] 2.7 (2) [T.sub.i] 1 4.375 (4.2184) [l.sub.3] 5.75 (6) [T.sub.d] 1 0 L 5.63.
The well-known SP is a dead time compensator (DTC) widely used in the industry in which a dead time nominal process model is used.
The choice of the switching frequency of the converter must be made to meet the power density and application requirements, however special attention must be paid to the required dead times when operating at low-loador no load conditions to still achieve an efficient lossless ZVS operation.
In spite of the above, it can be concluded that the PTL voltage level is an important factor in the dead time. But as will be explained in the sequel, the PTL voltage level does not influence the fault location recognition using the proposed approach.
In this sense, the insistence on such boycott represents an insistence on not reaching solutions, and thus on justifying the dead time, reaching the danger zone without any safety valves.
* Modified PI-PD Smith predictor for systems with long dead time (Kaya & Atherton, 1999).
Much of the dialogue is improvised, but the adolescent thesps embody their characters so thoroughly, plunging so wholeheartedly into every moment, that no strain or dead time is felt.
The uncertainty was considered in the form of dead time in PIPDT process and the PID tuning values are found for uncertain system and plotted as a 3D plot.
Such solutions can search for examples of calls that meet specific criteria, including dead time, mention of a competitor or an antagonistic or frustrated tone.
"Yet train time for most passengers remains commercial and entertainment dead time in the age of multi-channel cable and the mobile web.