transient response


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transient response

[′tranch·ənt ri′späns]
(physics)
The behavior of a system following a sudden change in its input.
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Excitation systems are a key component in many power generating units used by plant owners and operators to achieve reliability with operations, stability and fast transient response of their assets, as per grid requirements.
The technology also offers improved thermodynamics and a rapid rise in boost pressure to provide excellent transient response and nearly instant acceleration which significantly enhances driving pleasure.
Detailed closed-loop bandwidth and transient response approach is a subject rarely found in current literature.
Among their topics are the manufacture of aluminum composite materials, the fabrication of functionally graded materials based on stainless steel by laser metal deposition, temperature distribution in functionally graded longitudinal fins of varying geometry, an analytic approach to transient response of functionally graded rectangular plates including the higher-order shear deformation effects, and the transmission efficiency of PA66 composite spur gears based on functionally graded material that is filled with glass fibers.
By switching at 2MHz with ZVS and ZCS, the NBM provides low output impedance and MHz fast transient response to dynamic loads.
The fast transient response enables it to meet automotive applications requiring AC input ripple rectification up to 100 kHz.
The time-varying rotor model and deterministic transient response are described in Section 2.
TCR15AG series deliver the industry's best-in-class ripple rejection ratio and load transient response. They significantly reduce the ripple noise from a power management IC (PMIC) or a DC-DC converter that is often a limiting factor in the power supply for cameras and radio- frequency (RF) circuits.
Therefore, the nonlinear transient response of laminated plates with nonlinear restraints, which will be addressed in this work, is an important issue in the engineering.
Honeywell Transportation Systems demonstrated technology developed from the firm's aerospace business, such as ball bearing applications for faster transient response and reduced fuel consumption.
This can be further validated by the transient response of the second order system shown in Fig.

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