static characteristic

static characteristic

[′stad·ik ‚kar·ik·tə′ris·tik]
(electronics)
A relation between a pair of variables, such as electrode voltage and electrode current, with all other operating voltages for an electron tube, transistor, or other amplifying device maintained constant.
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To obtain the multidimensional static characteristic as the dependence of the nodal values of the coordinates of the mode of operation of the SSM on C, the system of DE (4) must be integrated by the numerical method [3, 8].
The static characteristic is a clear direction of the hysteresis of temperature change, which is not reflected in the chart.
However, if the static characteristic of the fan is the only one available, certain questions arise upon design and testing fan systems.
The traction force versus linear position static characteristic has been determined.
Tk]; Deregulation of power plant in these calculations is done according to static characteristic.
The basic strategy of smoke-pixel judgment is composed of two decision functions: a chromaticity-based decision function in static characteristic and a diffusion-based decision function in dynamic characteristic.
in a perpetual state of active reorganization and cannot properly be regarded as maintaining an inborn deficit as a static characteristic.
Nonlinearity of the actuator is given by static characteristic of the actuator and describes dependence of actuator arm position on muscles pressures.
0 ; Nominal static characteristic 100M; ; explosion proof thermal converters with unified output current signal 4 .
stat] is an approximation of a static characteristic of modeled system.
After that, a static characteristic of the valve was measured.
The static characteristic equations have been integrated to the circuit model represented by Embeded Matlab Function block.