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set point

[′set ‚pȯint]
(control systems)
The value selected to be maintained by an automatic controller.
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The first five games went with serve until the Czech edged ahead by instigating a run of four straight breaks of serve as Wozniacki staved off three set points in the 10th game to stay alive in the set and eventually force a tiebreak.
As shown in Figure 1, if the pump speed modulates to maintain a constant DP set point, the pump working point will shift from design working point to point a.
Aside from impairing movement in aging animals, a new functional set point in neuromuscular junctions could put the synapse at risk for developing neurodegeneration - the hallmark of disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, Mahoney said.
The water pressure set point value was 2 bars, the load disturbance, which is characterized by the 15 liters/second water flow rate, starts at the 1st minute and ends at 2nd one.
Murray retrieved the mini-break, but then netted a forehand to go set point down at 6-5, and this time the Spaniard took his opportunity when the home hope again found the net.
Furthermore, preliminary immunological analyses show that positive ELISPOT responses to p24 in the Vacc-4x group were associated with a reduced viral load set point compared to placebo.
There was also a statistically significant difference in viral load set point compared to viral load prior to initiation of ART (preART) values in the Vacc-4x, but not the placebo group.
To determine the functionality of each sensor, two variables were manipulated: the applied voltage and the pressure set point r.
With the set on the line, Nadal went on the offensive pushing Gonzalez at full stretch to try and reach a backhand as another set point was saved.
The crucial moment came in the 10th game of the second set when Razzano failed to convert her single set point chance, Wozniacki holding and breaking her opponent again to give her the chance to serve for the match.
Throughout the real estate industry, a very narrow range around 72 degrees Fahrenheit is typically the standard set point in both summer and winter.
A lovely angled volley brought up set point for Murray as Seppi found himself under pressure again on his serve but the Italian saved it with his first ace.