kinetic system

ki·net·ic sys·tem

1. that part of the neuromuscular system whereby active movements are effected; distinguished from the static system;
2. an obsolete term proposed by GW Crile to denote that chain of organs through which latent energy is transformed into motion and heat: it includes the brain, the thyroid, the adrenals, the liver, the pancreas, and the muscles.
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OTC: VIDG) has acquired all rights, and title to the Dynamicon Solar Kinetic System, the company said.
The above kinetic system gives rise to the following system of ordinary differential equations:
The climate can be thought of as a balanced kinetic system which has energy input (solar radiation), and energy loss (to space) moderated by cloud cover, ocean circulation, ice sheet cover, atmospheric particulates and concentrations of greenhouse gases.
EA SPORTS' kinetic system accurately reflects the first touch of every player in FIFA Football 2005's database of 18 leagues, 38 national teams and 15,000 players by directly translating their speed and vision to button presses on your controller.
Tenneco is also launching the kinetic system in the aftermarket as a retro fit kit.
The study maintains that a kinetic system would be able to hit only sixteen out of every hundred Soviet warheads, if it could even be built.
The artist came to the table with some highly imaginative show elements in mind, requiring a mammoth production effort: an expansive stage and set design, an 86 curved video wall, and a Kinetic system comprising hundreds of custom LED spheres.
High-speed photography showed that the Kinetic system limits frame bending by about 30 percent, according to Sommer.
Tenders are invited for Supply of real time kinetic system