dynamic resistance

dynamic resistance

[dī¦nam·ik ri′zis·təns]
(electricity)
A device's electrical resistance when it is in operation.

dynamic resistance

The resistance of a pile (or the like) to blows from a pile hammer, expressed in blows per unit depth of penetration.
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PVG dynamic resistance is highly dependent on the operating point and may experience major variation.
Flexibility and dynamic resistance against oxygen, water, light and other external elements are some of the key functions of barrier films that are driving their demand in the global specialty films market.
Other options include dynamic resistance exercises, such as bicep curls with weights, and isometric resistance exercises, such as pushing against a wall.
Previously, that line represented dynamic resistance, and now since a breakout occurred it is support.
Taking a look at the EURUSD, daily bears have some degree of control below the 1.1480 dynamic resistance level.
Recent studies evaluated the autonomic nervous HR control during steady-state aerobic exercise (10) and during dynamic resistance exercise, including upper- and lower-limb exercise in elderly subjects (10-13).
It is a form of dynamic resistance in a world of violence, tyranny, and bigotry.
Moreover, we also focused on the dynamic resistance in the QDSSCs, which is determined from the J-V curves.
The new devices simultaneously deliver low capacitance, low dynamic resistance, and high ESD endurance.
Beyond their high strength, hardness, and dynamic resistance, 3D-printed metal part production requires no cost-intensive development work or procurement of special tools.
The TVS diodes offer improved protection performance with lower dynamic resistance and lower clamp voltage, and are housed in small LGA packages [2] that requires approximately 30% less mounting space than Toshiba's current products.

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