decoupler


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decoupler

[dē′kəp·lər]
(industrial engineering)
A materials handling device designed specifically for cellular manufacturing.
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As a result, the transfer function of the decoupler blocks could be determined:
This paper proposes a new MIMO structure of the BELBIC model which is utilized as a decoupler of MIMO system.
Matauek, "PID controller design of TITO system based on ideal decoupler," Journal of Process Control, vol.
Be advised that Ed Brown Products does not sell suppressors; however, a suppressor adds weight to the barrel, so for reliable functioning, the recoil impulse has to be modified by the installation of a second item called a Linear Inertial Decoupler. It is available from several companies.
The setup on the rear axle is to have a 115-kW electric motor and a decoupler. The architecture is parallel hybrid, so depending on the throttle demands, the engine and/or motor is deployed.
Ces elements sont evidemment cruciaux pour soutenir leur argumentaire juridique qui vise a decoupler la preuve de la communaute de l'exigence que la preuve d'un droit ancestral soit reliee a un site precis, comme nous l'avons vu plus haut.
[[.sup.1]H]-decoupled [[.sup.13]C] Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra were recorded on an Unity Inova 200-Varian spectrometer using a CP/MAS probe with the observed channel tuned on [[.sup.13]C] and the decoupler channel to [[.sup.1]H].
The Linear Inertial Decoupler (to use the physics term) takes advantage of a property of energy: it cannot be created nor destroyed, but it can be forced to change its type.
Moallem, "Vibration energy harvesting from a hydraulic engine mount via PZT decoupler," in International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition (IMECE'10), vol.
The experiments were performed at a decoupler power corresponding to a [pi]/2 time of 87.75 [micro]s, which corresponds to a decoupler nutation frequency of 2[pi][v.sub.1] = 2[pi]/(4 X 87.75 [micro]s) = 17925 radian [s.sup.-1] or [v.sub.1] = 2.85kHz.
The 180[degrees] selective inversion of the proton spin population was obtained with a selective perturbation pulse, generated by the decoupler channel.
It could be demonstrated that nemorosone inhibits Akt/PKB activity, activates p300/03P HAT, acts as a protonophoric mitochondrial decoupler, and induces apoptosis in different cancer entities by activation of DNA damage inducible transcript 3 and enhancing unfolded protein response (UPR) (Dal Piaz et al.