tie line


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tie line

[′tī ‚līn]
(communications)
A leased communication channel or circuit.
(physical chemistry)
A line on a phase diagram joining the two points which represent the composition of systems in equilibrium. Also known as conode.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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(6) Repeat steps 2~5 until the length of one principal tie line is zero, and the corresponding pressure at this time is MMP
The above equation gives the tie line power between area 1 to 2.If any deviation in the angle and the tie line power changes with the amount i.e.
The optimized FOPID controller minimizes the frequency and tie line deviations faster as compared to tuned PID controller.
Figure 7 shows the active power oscilloscope record of the second Long-Dou tie line during the power oscillation.
The power system investigated in this work contains three area thermal power systems interconnected through the tie line as shown in Figure 1.
The phase volume ratio, [PHI], can be estimated from the triangular phase diagram by the tie line and lever rule (11), as shown in Fig.
The various frequency deviations and tie line power deviations in thermal area 1 and hydro area 3 without presence of GRC are shown in the figures.
Plant Integration Associates Inc., in Port Chester, will provide turnkey installation of a tray sortation system, from the last strapper on each tie line to the truck loaders.
At a user level, or system level, the gateway should function like a PBX tie line or digital trunk.
"Each tie line has a stacker, a three-quarter-wrap labeler, a cross-tying system, a cross over belt and a telescoping truck loader," King said.