transient overshoot

transient overshoot

[′tranch·ənt ′ō·vər‚shüt]
(physics)
The maximum value of the overshoot of a quantity as a result of a sudden change in conditions.
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The extended common-mode inputs of the INA270 and INA271 cover the range from automotive battery reversals at -16V to beyond automotive transient overshoot requirements at +80V.
Due to problems such as instability and large transient overshoots when the machining conditions deviated from those for which the controller was designed (Balic, 2000), the use of new modern adaptive control algorithms has been proposed.

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