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steady state

n. Physics
A stable condition that does not change over time or in which change in one direction is continually balanced by change in another.

steady state

n
(General Physics) physics the condition of a system when some or all of the quantities describing it are independent of time but not necessarily in thermodynamic or chemical equilibrium. See also equilibrium6

stead·y state

(stĕd′ē)
A stable condition that does not change over time or in which any one change is continually balanced by another.
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Good Asset Performance: The charge-off performance of the Delamare pool has historically been better than Fitch's steady-state charge-off assumption of 5%.
The healthy volunteer steady-state data suggest that lacosamide concentrations achieved with the 600 mg once-nightly dose of ADS-4101 are well above both the minimum concentration and maximum concentration achieved with the highest approved dose of VIMPAT, taken as 200 mg twice-daily.
3) Finally, a faster rate of innovation in the tech sector implies, via a multi-sector growth model, a faster steady-state rate of growth in labor productivity, even with the slower rate of MFP growth outside the tech sector.
Research indicates a significant difference can occur between vehicle simulations using a steady-state fueling map and experiments over various driving cycles [4].
From Un-economic Growth to the Steady-State Economy
Furthermore, these thresholds are synonymous with the term maximal lactate steady-state (MLSS) when referencing blood lactate, and maximal steady-state (MSS) when referring to heart rate (HR) and ventilation ([V.
Daly is one of a minority of economists who argue for a steady-state economy, with special emphasis on the environment and sustainability.
Using two previously described models and tools developed by the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute, we estimated the steady-state and backlog need for ART initiation in a NWP district resulting from the shift in [CD4.
The data considered seem to be quite consistent with the two steady-state possibilities.
Both of these changes reduce the steady-state value of output and capital per efficiency unit, but the one decreases while the other increases the level of capital and output per capita at every date in the future compared to what they would have been with no change.
Since CBS is normally activated by AdoMet, it is natural that the steady-state of the system is entirely influenced by this allosteric regulation.

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