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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However, even though decoupling goes against mainstream ideology and the historic progress of international relations, it is undeniable that increased American efforts to disorient, surround and block China are more than likely to occur.
MPC with the classical control schemes are compared in this paper to show that it allows us to obtain much better results when a dynamic decoupling comes into effect.
This suggests that firms that pursue decoupling under periodic review will enact the previously established non-compliant routines that are most beneficial when temporal requirements allow, but these firms will alternate to compliant routines when the possibility of regulatory review is imminent.
Decoupling allows customers to get the best product or service in each activity, while reducing the money, time, and effort involved.
Though there are many causes of part defects, decoupling a process makes it easier and faster to diagnose their root causes and identify solutions.
(1) Strong decoupling: it represents the case when the change rate of tourism-related C[O.sub.2] emissions is negative and that of the tourism economy is positive, and the relationship is optimal.
(i) MIMO systems can be decomposed into a number of single-input single-output (SISO) systems using the unit diagonal matrix decoupling method.
Sendo um tema ainda recente, o conceito de decoupling ou descolamento, como dito em Sousa et al.
Ren and Hu (2012) find different degrees of decoupling for the Chinese nonferrous metals industry in the period 1996-2008 using the Tapio (2005) decoupling index.
On the basis of previous equations, it can be drawn a current control block scheme of the vector controlled PMSM without decoupling (Fig.
Thus, the decoupling model based on LMDI method is appropriate to exploring the decoupling analysis, but the underlying causes of the changes of carbon emissions are difficult to find.
To improve computational efficiency of the model, Friedly and Rubin [14] present a general, concise formulation (decoupling approach) by means of linear algebraic manipulations of the stoichiometric coefficients of the chemical reactions, which can reduce the number of unknown variables and simplify the reaction source/sink terms.