decouple


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disconnect or separate

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eliminate airborne shock waves from (an explosive)

reduce or eliminate the coupling of (one circuit or part to another)

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Control points don't decouple lead times; they seek to better manage execution inside the lead-time horizons in which they are directly involved.
Because of this confusion, it was desirable to remove the FVH and BVH contributions to the 'U' rating and base it only on uplight, which ultimately decouples the 'UG' rating.
So, how to eliminate the impact of refrigerant charge level faults on the UA value is critical to decouple the condenser fouling fault from other faults.
The goal is to first 'relatively' decouple the trends and then 'absolutely' decouple them; however, it is unreasonable to expect that the environmental pressures will reduce to zero.
New Jersey became the first (and only) state so far to partially decouple from the DPAD; on July 2, 2005, Acting Governor Richard J.
They can fail to decouple an integrated value chain and begin selling components into the open marketplace after improved technological understanding resolves the unpredictable interdependencies that earlier had been the mandate for integration.
FARM leaders have urged the Welsh Assembly to ``make the right decision'' and decouple the dairy premium following CAP reform.
Not long ago, I was consulting for a major original equipment manufacturer (OEM) who wanted to switch to integrated capacitors to decouple a new model of a high-powered microprocessor.
Decouple network storage from the server: Servers and their storage have been inseparable, so when one is replaced the other must be, too, regardless of how much life is still in it.