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The error modulated state setting control architecture consists of two main components: a **steady state** predictor and a modified PI controller.

1) These are designed to maintain the **steady state** rather than spoil it.

For the **steady state** analysis, we determine logarithmic gains and parameter sensitivities of the methionine cycle from the S-system type differential equations ([1] to [4]; [18]) derived by power-law approximations of the rate laws in the mathematical model of Reed et al.

This is the temperature that minimizes the time required to get the dryers back to **steady state** temperature once the sheet has been widened.

In the 1950s, Cox and Merz published the following empirical relationship they found between capillary rheometer apparent viscosity (measured under conditions of **steady state** shear rate) and dynamic complex viscosity measured by sinusoidal deformations (and thus, a constantly changing shear rate) using a dynamic mechanical rheological tester (similar to the RPA).

Here's what I recommend: Duration: I know that you work out for 10 to 30 minutes daily, but you need to work out for at least 20 minutes to be able to get to a **steady state** and affect your hormonal distribution, which will in turn increase your energy level.

The mid-1960S detection of the cosmic microwave background, a pervasive radiation field predicted by Big Bang theorists, turned professional opinion in cosmology sharply away from the **steady state**.

Sharma and Taniguchi (1991) conducted a similar experiment using different repacked laboratory soil columns by applying water as rainfall either at a **steady state** or intermittently.