dynamic characteristic

dynamic characteristic

[dī¦nam·ik kar·ik·tə′ris·tik]
(electronics)
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The velocity profile in the Figure 7 is very similar to the dynamic characteristic of the vehicle of the same size that is powered by the internal combustion engine.
Among the four dynamic characteristic coefficients, the coefficient k acts to drive a rotor in a forward whirl motion, while the coefficient C acts to strengthen the backward whirl which will contribute a lot to the stability of the shafting system.
The dynamic characteristic between the EMB and EHB has been compared, which is the key factor of the braking force control in the coordinate allocation process.
Thus, the dynamic characteristic of the electrical arc can be defined.
We will probe into the dynamic characteristic of the system through numerical simulation in next section.
In the experimental study, dynamic characteristic [W.sub.ij] is determined by processing the records of change [x.sub.i] and [y.sub.i] over the same period of time.
Seasonal dynamic characteristic of soil fertility quality in different saline-alkaline grasslands.
Therefore, from among the existing methods of approximate description it is possible to select the operator of cutting in the form of an aperiodic component of the first or second order to perform as the dynamic characteristic of cutting (Eliasberg & Binder, 1989).
20%), for those hours the boiler is operating according to dynamic characteristic.
Dynamic characteristic of the `functional compartment' of dopamine in dopaminergic terminals of the rat striatum.

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