passive system

passive system

[′pas·iv ‚sis·təm]
(electronics)
Electronic system which emits no energy, and does not give away its position or existence.
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The containers are not only flexible but extremely robust and is based on a passive system that effectively eliminates any risk of human error once conditioned.
It is designed as a passive system specifically to provide a first line of defense and is supplemented by the typical foam (or other proven material) extinguishing materials.
Koeman knows he is asking a lot of his forwards to change from the previous, more passive system adopted under Roberto Martinez, where the midfield and defence sat much deeper.
With the construction of the new passive system, crews will work to install erosion and sedimentation controls, perform necessary earthwork, the installation of pipes, valves and outlet sources, placing stone, vegetating treatment wetlands and re-vegetating disturbed areas.
The results indicate a significant improvement in the body vertical acceleration over the passive system for different road profiles.
A quarter car suspension systems with MR damper has been investigated and compared with passive system.
The current approach creates a passive system, in which more than 20 million people who may benefit from substance abuse treatment (SAT) are overlooked.
Previously BlastWrap[R] was used as a passive system wherein the blast effects would cause the packaging containing the BlastWrap[R] mitigation media to burst and intercept the fireball, creating an effective blast mitigation event.
Instead, the passive system simply listens for radio frequency energy that's emitted from the onboard antennas (the system detects the 118 to 137 MHz frequency band).
The passive system consists of three layers of textiles.