dynamic sensitivity

dynamic sensitivity

[dī¦nam·ik sen·sə′tiv·əd·ē]
(engineering)
The minimum leak rate which a leak detector is capable of sensing.
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This fact suggests that it is insufficient to carry out the sensitivity analysis of a system only at a steady state and the dynamic sensitivity analysis should be made aggressively.
The results of the dynamic sensitivity analysis revealed that the metabolites in the methionine cycle behave stably as a result of perturbation to the enzymatic activity but have a possibility to oscillate in the absence of the allosteric regulation of CBS by AdoMet.
The lack of steering feedback and a slightly ponderous feel to the road-holding mean that although the Lancer is comfortably stable, it lacks the dynamic sensitivity of say the Focus.
The paper presents a case study of dynamic sensitivity for the developed 3D thin-walled finite element model of Unit 2 reactor building of Ignalina NPP.
First, and most basically, we had predicted that under the normal visual condition dynamic sensitivity scores should parallel those obtained in Experiment 1 under the same 600-ms target duration.
Users can now define their own protocols in addition to the standard bus protocols provided, and there are extensions to event notification dynamic sensitivity.
Here we thrilled to a forward immediacy of tone, spectacular yet unforced diction, gripping dynamic sensitivity and an enviable command of i ntonation.

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