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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In the AOM, each Agent determines the "total rate of operating cost" of the HVAC equipment it is responsible for over the entire range of possible set-point values.
Increase set-points again until a consistent set-point of at least 15[degrees]C is reached or the setting is maximized.
However, the magnitude of changes in CD4 cell count and viral load set-point lessened over time.
Previously it was thought that these factors could have short-term impacts on happiness, but that happiness would eventually resettle to its set-point.
Assume that the process is initially at 0[degrees]C and the required set-point is 200.
Whether treatment interruptions afford more than just a break from treatment by actually altering the dynamics of HIV and lowering the viral set-point is unclear.
The concept of physiologic set-points serves as a useful approach to understanding interactions among control systems of the body; these interactions may involve feedback, feedforward, adaptive, and even anticipatory strategies (32,33).
By speeding the delivery of critical information regarding tank levels and system performance, the Set-Point customer can instantly make real-time decisions.
Increase the chiller set-point to deliver the same water temperature to the process.
Other more recent strategies are based on set-point variations, where (for example) the indoor air temperature set-points for a building may be varied to try to reduce energy consumption during a particular period.
02 per year for someone with a set-point viral load of 1 000 copies/ml, to 0.