working point


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working point

[¦wərk·iŋ ¦pȯint]
(architecture)
A point that is designated on a construction drawing and is then used as reference for other points.

working point

On a construction drawing, a point which is designated as a reference for other points.
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Figure 15 depicts the drivetrain working points of LTCS when the tractor works with heavy loads.
By comparing the heavy load control performance of LTCS and LTFC in Figure 15, all of the working points of both control strategies can meet the speed requirement of plowing, but the working points of LTCS present more efficient energy conversion.
The pump flow station module can provide real-time pump working point, which is defined as intersection of the actual flow and the system curve, and/or by the distance of the actual flow and the optimal flow.
The pump performance was monitored to identify the pump working point, which is defined as intersection of the actual flow and the system curve.
Choosing the optimum architecture for the studied system is based on cutting tools flow optimization correlated with blanks and piece's flows and cutting processes optimization at working points.
Up to now the studies made refer to identifying the flow concentrator for a flexible system and eliminating it by modifying the number of working points for balancing the traffic.
The results obtained demonstrate that the molecular weight and material polydispersity impact on the working point and power consumption in processing.
It is interesting to note that pressure at the working points (intersecting points between screw and die characteristics) shows a linear dependence on molecular weight.
Because of these we started an optimization that consisted in increasing the number of the working points.
4 shows the comparison of steady torque between the generalized torque model and FEA at working points ([I.
6 shows the comparison of steady torque between the generalized torque model and experiments at different working points ([I.
Our model is composed of 3 working points for part processing, 2 buffers located before the first and after the last work point, 4 conveyor belts for transport & transfer facility, one operator that operates the machines and one monitor that intervenes in case of break downs (Anghel et al.