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  • Fractional order controller design for SEPIC converter

    Author: R. Senthilkumar, G. Justin Sunil Dhas

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  • Boolean-based fractional order SMC for switching systems

    The combination of sliding mode control and fractional order control (FOC) has received a considerable attention in the last years due to the advances and effectiveness of FOC solving robust control problems. This paper collects different methods to apply FOC in sliding mode problems through the use of fractional order surfaces and proposes a direct boolean control (BC) strategy based on this

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  • Smiths Detection

    2021-3-4Biothreat detection; Building protection; Cargo vehicle inspection; Chemical detection identification; Digital solutions; Explosive detection identification; Food agriculture screening; Mail room screening; Mobile x-ray screening solutions; Narcotic detection identification; People screening; Powder and liquids analysis; Radiation

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  • Fire Detection and Alarm System Basics

    2014-9-10Fire Detection and Alarm System Basics Hochiki America Corporation 7051 Village Drive, Suite 100 Buena Park, California 90621 www.hochiki.com

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  • Second-Order System - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Second-order systems. A second-order system is one where there are two poles. For second-order systems consisting of resistors and capacitors (without any inductors or dependent sources), the poles lie on the real axis. For this special case, there is no possibility of overshoot or ringing in the step response.

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  • Central Station Monitoring: What You Need To Know

    Fire alarm and sprinkler systems are required to be continuously monitored by an Underwriters Laboratory (UL) listed central station. Central monitoring stations use a special telephone and mobile lines, radio channels, computers, software and trained staff to receive and monitor fire alarm systems and call the appropriate authorities in the event an alarm signal is received.

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  • Marine order 15—Construction—fire protection, fire

    2021-3-6Marine order 15 implements internationally consistent standards for the construction of fire equipment on vessels related to protection, detection and extinction. International vessels visiting Australian ports may be subject to a port State control inspection to ensure they meet these standards.

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  • Physical Security Systems Assessment Guide, Dec 2016

    2017-2-8Section 2 – Intrusion Detection and Assessment Section 3 – Entry and Search Control Section 4 – Badging Section 5 – Barriers, Locks, and Keys Section 6 – Communications Section 7 – Testing and Maintenance Section 8 – Support Systems Section 9 – Systems Management.

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  • Fire Detection and Alarm Systems: A Brief Guide

    Fire detection systems are designed to discover fires early in their development when time will still be available for the safe evacuation of occupants. Early detection also plays a significant

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