Loads with different characteristics are added to the output end of the post-grid-connected stage in order to compare the conventional deadbeat
control method and the fuzzy control-based deadbeat
The number of a deadbeat
controller's steps increases by two compared with a simple deadbeat
Forster, who says he has been very involved in all of his children's lives as a loving, committed father, said he is the opposite of a deadbeat
The entire system is composed of a maximum power tracking MPPT controller, DC voltage, and AC current PI controller deadbeat
The worst kinds of deadbeats
are the ones who rob you twice; they accept payments from insurance companies and then spend the money themselves.
(See "Money for Nothing," October 2002.) It turned out that, while those agencies had gotten much better at collecting child support firm deadbeat
parents--through payroll deductions, seizures of 'tax refunds, and other methods adopted during the late 1990s--they weren't very good at getting that money in those for whom it was intended.
But one that often gets overlooked is the deadbeat
client--a customer who skips out on the bill once products or services have been delivered.
The list of deadbeat
lawmakers includes the names of veteran politicians from both ruling and opposition parties such as Chief Cabinet Secretary Yasuo Fukuda and several others from Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi's Cabinet, as well as Naoto Kan, the leader of the main opposition Democratic Party of Japan.
"Virginia is like a deadbeat
parent who is delinquent on child support payments.
The relatively strong Democratic Party showing in the polls has investors considering the possibility of a policy shift toward a "hard landing" scenario, as the Democratic policy platform is less friendly toward banks and their deadbeat
Some of this money is being used for things like tracking down deadbeat
dads and making them pay child support--a laudable goal few would quibble with.
In today's business environment, business owners and bill collectors can't threaten deadbeat
clients with concrete galoshes if they don't pay their past-due bills.
He's due at least that much, he says, because the motion for child support "was filed for the sole purpose of damaging [him] and resulted in at least one article in the local newspaper accusing [him] of being a 'deadbeat
,' and multiple reports to collection agencies and credit reporting bureaus."
Family practitioners occasionally run into the deadbeat
parent who simply refuses to obey the order directing payment of support.
In May 1998 the Montana Revenue Department began publicizing the names of the state's worst deadbeat
taxpayers, in hopes of clearing 5 percent of those listed.