dynamic stop

dynamic stop

[dī¦nam·ik ′stäp]
(computer science)
A loop in a computer program which is created by a branch instruction in the presence of an error condition, and which signifies the existence of this condition.
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Vancouver International Airport (IATA: YVR) has installed a wiring pilot project from Netherlands-based Impleo Solutions preparatory to introducing continual operation of its dynamic stop bars.
(Stop bars that are turned on and off in this way are referred to as dynamic stop bars.)
Normal entrances at both ends of the runways and three runway crossings have dynamic stop bars, while the other exits are controlled by static stop bars with mandatory no-entry signs.
The brake's tapered roller bearings are engineered to endure high thrust and side loads, and can survive a minimum of five dynamic stops.
The brake's tapered roller bearings can endure thrust and side loads, and the brake is designed to survive a minimum of five dynamic stops. Originally designed for articulated front-end loaders, the brakes ate also designed for use on feller bu nchers, log skidders, dump trucks, and other vehicles.
* The plate brake has the capacity to handle repeated dynamic stops in succession.
The brake itself is designed to survive a minimum of five dynamic stops, the company said.
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