threshold speed

threshold speed

[′thresh‚hōld ‚spēd]
(engineering)
The minimum speed of current at which a particular current meter will measure at its rated reliability.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Stadia's 1080p streaming minimum is 20 Mbps, and its 4K will require 30 Mbps to 35 Mbps; the latter is higher than the 25 Mbps threshold speed the FCC used to when deriving the aforementioned 19 million figure.
8 shows the variability of threshold speed with respect to the fraction of MTWs observed in the traffic stream.
Variation of threshold speed for lane-sharing with the proportion of MTWs
Anaerobic threshold speed was greater than 6 [miles x [hr.sup.-1] for all subjects.
The V[O.sub.2] max values indicated that the subjects had either good or high maximal aerobic power (2) with an anaerobic threshold speed of more than 6.0 [miles x [hr.sup.-1], which was expected in trained young men.
These models assume an eruption will occur when the magma flow reaches a certain critical threshold speed.
She said that as long as magma in one part of the volcano is flowing at the threshold speed, eruption will occur, even if the average speed is lower than this.
Approaching the threshold, we reached our computed threshold speed of 81 knots.
The new partnership group is "seeking a reduction in the threshold speed", with the trigger possibly coming down to 35mph.
The new partnership group is 'seeking a reduction in the threshold speed', with the trigger possibly coming down to 35mph.
Ripples appear when the plow moves above a certain threshold speed.
Such studies will help establish the threshold speeds and masses of vessels that will or will not kill whales in collisions.