static system


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stat·ic sys·tem

that part of the neuromuscular system whereby the animal organism is maintained in posture and equilibrium and counteracts the forces of gravity and atmospheric pressure; distinguished from the kinetic system (2).
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Unlike active systems, static systems no longer need other interface system and structural elements acts as receiving components, absorb and distribute energy.
And when the needs of the dynamic enterprise inevitably change often quickly and even dramatically, traditional static systems require reprovisioning.
AND ALSO FOLLOW THE MAINTENANCE STEPS IN EACH AIRCRAFT'S TM TO CHECK AND CLEAN YOUR PITOT STATIC SYSTEM.
This equipment has two ways of operating: acquisition in a static system, acquisition in a dynamic system.
We would have had to do the same with a static system, but with this machine it's just one cable into a generator and away you go.
Now being trialled at a leading UK airport, PADS (Parallex Aircraft Docking System), is a ground static system which combines similar signal formats to those of AGNIS and PAPA to provide stand centreline guidance and stopping information.
In addition, airspeed indication may fluctuate greatly or appear unusually high or low due to volcanic dust blocking the pitot static system.
They also wanted to investigate the effects of UV intensity and time on a lethal UV dose in a static system.
The remaining energy stored in the static system at this point is evident.
1991) found that shrimp postlarvae reared in recirculating systems had better growth and survival than those in a static system.
2:00 ROBUST CHARACTER OF THE RELIABILITY CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME STATIC SYSTEM MODELS WHEN THE PARAMETERS IN A LIFE TIME DISTRIBUTION ARE CONSIDERED AS RANDOM VARIABLES
A logical candidate for a static system (without size control)?