step change


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step change

[′step ‚chānj]
(electronics)
The change of a variable from one value to another in a single process, taking a negligible amount of time.
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These sets of parameters should control the system after the system response to a step change of the control signal reaches one third of the step change value.
A test section was designed and built that was capable of exposing duct-mount humidity sensors to a step change in RH and temperature at different duct air velocities.
This is also detected in the DSC by a step change in baseline slope.
13, 2011); --'ICB Recommendations: A Step Change for UK Banks' (Sept.
Those nominating in the six categories of the Offshore Safety Awards organised by Oil & Gas UK and Step Change in Safety with Maersk Oil as principal sponsor have until noon on Monday 2 May to get their entries in for the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre event on May 31.
Working as a business analyst for Step Change in Safety, I help oil and gas companies share their best practice and the lessons they learn from incidents through our five steering groups on asset integrity, human factors, workforce engagement, competence and helicopter safety.
Shemol Rahman, 17 , from Newcastle, is part of a team taking on the Step Change on March 4 to raise funds for the NSPCC's ChildLine service, which will see him run up 34 flights of stairs.
Mark Basnett, director of investment at TMP said: "The potential within the port and other projects that at Peel Holdings, described the plan as a step change.
Providing a step change in cycling facilities, dedicated cycle lanes, more training and information will have a big impact on how people choose to travel.
Laura Woods, director of academic enterprise said the creative sector was essential to economic development and job creation: "From a North-east point of view, we have got to generate 22,000 businesses and create 73,000 jobs over the next five years and traditional industries like the process and chemical industries, which are critical to economic wellbeing in the region, are not going to make that sort of step change.
Kay Carberry said: "The new Commission has the potential to bring about a step change in how we promote equality and tackle discrimination.
Thus, a step to the next-level window for any one variable would have the same consequences on product quality as the same step change for any other variable.