Of or pertaining to dynamics; belonging to energy or power; characterized by energy or production of force.
Relating to physical forces, effects, or laws; as, dynamical geology.
generally, a pressure whose value changes significantly in a short period of time. Alternatively, in flow rate measurements, the dynamic pressure can refer to the sum of the static pressure and the impact pressure.
stereotype generalization can be described as dynamic if it possible for an object to change its classification during its life. This is the opposite of the normal static form of generalization. Also see frozen. [ uml.dynamic.gif
the Force of action and movement and change. Governed by Mars, God of War.
Book An electronic 'book' that is constantly maintained, updated, and revised, so that it is constantly changing.
continuous change, activity, or progress; marked by intensity and vigor
The kind of Web Site that can be updated by the Web Site owner, where the manager can fill in new information and hence change "dynamic data".
generated 'on-the-fly' from a database. Also see "database-driven." [ edit
When referring to the INTERNET, dynamic means something that occurs when it is requested. For instance, you may purchase a pre-packaged salad at a supermarket, or create one yourself at the salad bar. The one you created is "dynamic" - the ingredients were there, but the salad itself did not exist until you created it. When visiting a Search Engine the pages are created dynamically, pulling the information you requested from a DATABASE.
Refers to actions that take place at the moment they are needed rather than in advance. Dynamic content refers to content that exists in a Database on the web Server that is pulled or placed on the page a User is currently viewing.
of or relating to dynamics
Conditions relating to clean area classification under conditions of normal production.
The process of relating.
Giving an impression of wide dynamic range; punchy. This is related to system speed as well as to volume contrast.
expressing action rather than a state of being; used of verbs (e.g. `to run') and participial adjectives (e.g. `running' in `running water')
Fatigue A durability test performed in the laboratory using roller-shear or pounding type mechanisms. A roller, longer than the foam width, is rolled back and forth across the foam. The roller is mounted in an offset position to impart a shearing action. (ASTM D3574).
1. When applied to a transducer, means that movement is converted to or from an electrical signal by the action of a current-carrying wire in a magnetic field. Opposite of electrostatic.
A term most often used in identification, dynamic means taking some action and sending a signal. A dynamic signal sent prior to an anticipated event is called "proactive"; a dynamic query sent after an event is sometimes called "reactive." If a system is not dynamic it is usually called "passive."
Inside a dynamic microphone are voice coils attached to a diaphragm and surrounding a magnet. When sound waves hit the diaphragm, the diaphragm moves back and forth, causing the voice coils to vibrate as well. The vibration of the coil creates an electrical signal. Unlike a condenser microphone, a dynamic microphone can operate without a power supply. A durable, commonly-used microphone, it is considered especially good for loud sounds.
The most common type of microphone used in live situations.
Range The distance between the quietest and loudest audible sounds.
Range: Refers to the range of volume between the level at which an individual first hears a sound and the level at which that individual perceives the sound to be uncomfortably loud.
an urge towards survival
a personal urge towards survival
The urge, thrust and purpose of life - SURVIVE! - in its eight manifestations.