load compensation

load compensation

[′lōd käm·pən′sā·shən]
(control systems)
Compensation in which the compensator acts on the output signal after it has generated feedback signals. Also known as load stabilization.
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It's also fitted with electronic suspension called the next generation of Dynamic ESA with fully automatic load compensation. All of this is displayed on the 6.5-inch full-colour TFT screen.
Posital's TILTIX family of inclinometers are now available with an optional dynamic load compensation system which guarantees precise, reliable tilt measurements for mobile machines, even if the equipment is subject to strong accelerations.
The description about when the supply voltages are balanced and sinusoidal, load compensation can give both unity power factor and perfect harmonic cancellation (PHC) source currents.
Update the AP results using the following formula for peak load compensation given as the set [P.sub.1], [P.sub.2], ...
The first of them is the operation of underexcitation limiter (UEL), the second ones are proper settings of load compensation (LC) impedance.
"With functions like QualityControl, a full load compensation function, RackControl functionality and new diagnostic CombiDoctor functions, retail operators can take advantage of automation to improve their cooking and diversify their deli prepared items menu," says Woellert, adding the ease of operation of the FlexFusion Platinum lends itself perfectly to retail delis and their cooking staff.
Single airway occlusions in anesthetized animals also induce respiratory load compensation responses of the diaphragm and parasternal intercostals that include a prolonged inspiratory time and increased peak electromyography (EMG) [13].
MAN diesel engines for peak load compensation, emergency power supply and basic load supply have been successfully sold for many years now in Europe, Asia, South Africa and America.
BFA has been recently introduced [21] and is further applied for: harmonic estimation problem in power systems [22], optimization of both real power losses and voltage stability limit [23], optimization of active power filter design for load compensation [24] and better solution for the unit- commitment problem [20].
We will concentrate on load compensation for this article and assume you're running under velocity-control conditions--that is, the machine's first-stage injection has an "appropriate" amount of extra power (pressure, usually not maximum pressure), so that velocity is controlled by allowing the pressure to vary in response to viscosity changes.