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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 third quickly disappeared as well and Cecchinato had set points of his own, but Thiem finally put the Italian away before going on to win 7-5 7-6 (12/10) 6-1.
But having squandered one set point he went in for a simple backhand volley winner only to dump it into the net.
Williams appeared troubled by a hip injury and was trying to keep the points short while Garcia became tentative every time she had a chance to break free, especially when she fashioned her first set point that came and went at 5-4.
For chilled water system application, a minimum water flow set point is determined based on the manufacture requirement of minimum evaporator water flow.
"Evidence also points to the existence of set points in the nervous system, but it has never been observed that they change, until now," Eaton said.
Djokovic moved 4-2 up in the first set but Federer fought back to take it to a tie-break and, although Djokovic retrieved an early mini-break, he dumped a forehand into the net on Federer's first set point.
Still Chela had a chance to serve out the set but he let Murray back in by hitting a double-fault on set point and, after he missed a between-the-legs shot by a whisker, the Scot levelled at 5-5 with a superb forehand winner.
"He just played better in some of the important points and in the second set I couldn't convert the set points, which could have changed the outcome of the match."
The Chilean had won just one point in the first five Nadal service games, but he had the Spaniard in trouble at 6-5 up and 30-all, ripping a backhand deep down the line for a set point on the third seed's serve.
Baseline Recipe E Set Points Z1 100[degrees]C Z2 125[degrees]C Z3 150[degrees]C Z4 175[degrees]C Z5 200[degrees]C Z6 225[degrees]C Z7 250[degrees]C BS 28 IPM SP 1.0 IWC
Throughout the real estate industry, a very narrow range around 72 degrees Fahrenheit is typically the standard set point in both summer and winter.