control characteristic

control characteristic

[kən′trōl ‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tik]
(electronics)
The relation, usually shown by a graph, between critical grid voltage and anode voltage of a gas tube.
The relation between control ampere-turns and output current of a magnetic amplifier.
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This is a key oil pressure control characteristic for an oil pump.
The simulation allowed us to test the adequate functioning and to deduce the control characteristic of the AC-AC boost converter.
Initial values of constant coefficients [R.sub.1], [L.sub.c], [m.sub.l], [C.sub.e], [C.sub.1], [C.sub.c], which characterize dynamics of the leak, were determined using formulas for calculation of dynamic characteristics of electromagnet mechanisms, presented in [7] and other works, and then in process of modeling they were corrected for obtaining necessary form of the transient control characteristic.
Their control characteristic curve is used as control input for the proportional directional valves of the control block.
It is cog free, hysteresis free, and has a simple two-wire control characteristic. The RA29 is used in many applications ranging from Z axis control in semi-conductor lead bonding equipment to gimbal torques and pick-and-place robots.
The Don Juan myth, writes Cascardi, |consistently appears to admit a vision of subjective desire, which seems to permit a heterogeneity of objects, and which is open to these risks of self-loss, while at the same time it seems to sacrifice that vision to the demand for cultural order and social control characteristic of the "traditional" world'.
This results in a 360 [degrees] phase control characteristic as well as inherently low phase error, since the phase shift is controlled by the angular orientation of the bias field rather than the magnitude of the bias field.
Taking centre-stage will be the compression technology with which SACMI has profoundly innovated the way plastic caps are made thanks to its outstanding performance, quality and control characteristics.
A better understanding of how exactly bioresorbable polymers change in the body, interact with the body, and how to better control characteristics like degradation would provide information critical for developing the next breakthrough products."
Furthermore, our approach extracts the time-related features from the communication packets to describe the function control characteristics and build an optimal behavior model based on WNN by using the normal function control samples.
One of the possible options for designing a rational structure of the ACS that enhances the control characteristics of the class of objects described earlier is the introduction of a parallel predictive model (PPM).