dynamic storage

dynamic storage

[dī¦nam·ik ′stȯr·ij]
(computer science)
Computer storage in which information at a certain position is not always available instantly because it is moving, as in an acoustic delay line or magnetic drum. Also known as dynamic memory.
Computer storage consisting of capacitively charged circuit elements which must be continually refreshed or recharged at regular intervals.
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Figure 7 shows the dynamic storage modulus G' of neat PLA matrix and PLSNs over a temperature range of -20 to 100[degrees]C.
Eliminating wasted walk and search time commonly associated with standard picking and distribution applications, dynamic storage systems can increase productivity up to 2/3.
Gravity flow rack combines a stationary rack structure with skate wheel or roller conveyor to create a dynamic storage system.
Figure 9 shows the temperature dependence of the dynamic storage moduli, E', and tan[delta] of the nylon 10 10 and the nanocomposites.
Both the individual XpressLANE pallet conveyors and associated, High Density Dynamic Storage (HD/DS) XpressLANE System, are loaded from the outside ends and feed into the same center aisle.
Kardex Remstar dynamic storage solutions can reduce energy requirements and minimize carbon footprint while saving time and money.
If you can't beat the laws of gravity in a distribution center, use them to your advantage with dynamic storage.
The values of the dynamic storage modulus, E', and the loss factor, were measured at different frequencies, temperatures and strain amplitudes.
To allow for a varied product mix and demand, pallet rack depths between 7 and 12 deep were specified on the dynamic storage racks.
plots of the dynamic storage modulus (G') versus the dynamic loss modulus (G"), and plots of the log melt viscosity ([[eta].sup.*], [eta]', and [eta]") versus blend compositions were constructed.

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