decouple

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Synonyms for decouple

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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The clutch pedal transmits an electric signal to an actuator, which decouples the clutch.
Based on the public review, there was a need to decouple the 'U' and 'G' ratings.
The SRB method uses normal state models to predict the normal operation states according to the overall driving conditions, generates residuals to decouple the interactions between driving conditions and faults, and also uses statistical analysis to further decouple the actions from disturbances but leaves the couplings among the different faults untouched.
Researchers at Toronto University designed a new structural-foam machine that eliminates intermittent operation of the extruder and decouples the plasticating/gas dosing operation from the injection phase.
For example, in FIGURE 6, a 47 nF capacitor is used to decouple low frequencies while a 150 pF capacitor decouples high frequencies.