dynamic equilibrium


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dynamic equilibrium

[dī¦nam·ik ē·kwə′lib·rē·əm]
Also known as kinetic equilibrium.
(mechanics)
The condition of any mechanical system when the kinetic reaction is regarded as a force, so that the resultant force on the system is zero according to d'Alembert's principle.
(physics)
A condition in which several processes act simultaneously to maintain a system in an overall state that does not change with time.
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We try to realize a dynamic equilibrium state within a certain variation range through the adjustment and coordination measures which include the proportion of modes of transport and the spatial hierarchical structure of transport system between cities.
(12) Pessimistic expectations thus considerably slow down the mean reversion of the dynamic equilibrium process and therefore amplify the duration of an economic crisis and slow down economic recovery.
Another method that has recently been used to evaluate dynamic equilibrium is known as the star excursion balance test (SEBT).
According to Mishra & Koehler's (2006) TPACK framework, the three main aspects of learning environments--content, pedagogy and technology--must exist in a state of continuous dynamic equilibrium or tension, as in Figure 2.
Furthermore, for homeostasis to prevail, the collection of parameter values must yield dynamic equilibrium (as given by equations (6) and (7)).
If transition time is so large that all radiations arrive at the boundary points after absorption or are absorbed completely, the radiation spectrum will achieve dynamic equilibrium states.
The hollow-sphere-like ZnO should grow from Zn droplets controlled by dynamic equilibrium between Zn vapors and micro- or nano-Zn droplets liquid in violent oxidation conditions.
Rubio Ramirez, "Comparing solution methods for dynamic equilibrium economies," Journal of Economic Dynamics and Control, vol.
have demonstrated that the homeostasis between CSCs ([CD133.sup.+]) and CCs ([CD133.sup.-]) in the Swan620 colon cancer cells was disturbed by radiation (gamma-ray, 2 Gy, 6 Gy, or 2 Gy x 3), which reached a final dynamic equilibrium about 18 days after irradiation [37].
"Dynamic equilibrium method" and the cubic polynomial fitting method are used in the walking generation.
Liu, "Trial demonstrated the importance of the quality of farmland in the dynamic equilibrium of farmland," Economic Geography, vol.

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