Set-point


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Set-point

The desired temperature, humidity, or pressure in a space, duct, or similar area.
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After an HVAC Agent receives a "take action" token from the Coordinator Agent, the HVAC Agent uses the identified simple model to calculate the "rate of operating cost" (in dollars per hour) of the HVAC equipment it is responsible for at the current set-point and at two "proposed" new set-points, one above and one below the currrent set-point.
Wait one week and then increase the set-point by 0.
3] and viral load set-point has increased by a mean of 0.
Set-point theory has long caused consternation among economists.
The series provides '+' '-' 5% set-point repeatability across a full scale range of 1-10 m/s (197-1969 fpm) and includes a mounting bracket for quick duct mounting.
As the temperature approaches to the set-point, a feedback control should take over the process to maintain the temperature at the right level.
A well-designed system incorporates easy-to-read displays and capabilities for remote or local set-point control.
Patients treated with HAART during primary HIV infection (PHI) provide a unique opportunity to examine the effects of STIs on immunologic and virologic control and HIV dynamics, particularly the viral set-point.
Had the British number two taken a set-point chance in the first set tie-break, it could well have gone to a third-set tie-break.