dynamic behavior

dynamic behavior

[dī¦nam·ik bə′hāv·yər]
(engineering)
A description of how a system or an individual unit functions with respect to time.
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To give the judges no margin of doubt in determining the winner there were, among others, the Lamborghini Dinamica Veicolo Integrata (LDVI) system, the central processing unit that controls every aspect of the car's dynamic behavior; the Lamborghini Piattaforma Inerziale (LPI), which monitors in real-time the vehicle's dynamic attitude with regard to lateral, longitudinal and vertical acceleration, as well as roll, pitch and yaw rate; and the brand new 4 wheel active steering system provided by Lamborghini Dynamic Steering (LDS), tweaked to provide higher responsiveness in corners while requiring the lowest steering angles; and Lamborghini Rear Steering (LRS), which improves car agility in tight corners and stability at high speed.
More importantly, it has laid the foundation for the unidentified threat defense of other related standard researches, such as the spam defense technology based on dynamic behavior detection, unidentified threats detection and defense in 5G end-to-end telecommunications networks as well as in the IoT scenario.
On November 30, OIF experts will participate in the Lightwave Open Optical webcast series to discuss the results of OIF's 2018 SDN T-API multi-vendor interoperability demonstration -- 'Assuring Open Optical Networking Interoperability.' The collaborative demo, which took place earlier this year, showcased new dynamic behavior use cases and deployment scenarios and identified multiple success points and areas where additional work is needed to enhance performance.
Therefore, it is of great practical relevance to study the dynamic behavior of reinforced subgrade under traffic loading.
instabilities related to specific generators/groups of generators, change in probabilistic dynamic behavior of indices related to individual generators, etc.).
However, there are no machines available on the market for this purpose; hence, the study of the dynamic behavior of the fruit-rachilla system would aid in the development of such machines.
Therefore, multiple clearance revolute joints should be considered when analyzing the dynamic behavior of a mechanism system.
This figure can explain the complex dynamic behavior of the system more intuitively, whereby one of the price adjustment speeds is fixed and the other adjustment speed changes within a certain range.
Our result shows that the dynamic behavior of the discrete type mutualism model is more complicated, and one could not expect to establish parallel result as that of continuous ones.
However, the dynamic behavior of the sprag clutch cannot be explained from the perspective of statics, and failure still occurs during operation for the excessive dynamic pressure on the axial ends of the sprags or the wear caused by stick-slip during engagement.

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