The definition of a steady-state is an unchanging condition, system or physical process that remains the same even after transformation or change.
When you have a chemical mix that has certain properties, and the mix retains those properties even after you add a change-agent, this is an example of a steady-state.
designating or of a system, operation, mixture, rate, etc. that does not change with time or that maintains a state of relative equilibrium even after undergoing fluctuations or transformations
A stable condition that does not change over time or in which change in one direction is continually balanced by change in another.
A condition of a physical system or device that does not change over time, or in which any one change is continually balanced by another, such as the stable condition of a system in equilibrium.
- Characteristic of a steady state
- You reach a point of steady-state exercise where you're breathing hard and breaking a sweat, but you're able to continue performing the work because you're able to take in enough oxygen to keep up with the exertion.
- Some electrophysiological tests are the auditory brainstem response (ABR) test, auditory steady-state response (ASSR) testing, electroencephalic audiometry (EEG) test, and otoacoustic emission testing (OAE).
- Auditory steady-state response (ASSR) testing also involves monitoring recorded responses from the scalp of tones at varying frequencies.
- Firszt, Jill B., et al. "Auditory Sensitivity in Children Using the Auditory Steady-State Response."
- Stempak, D., et al. "Single-dose and steady-state pharmacokinetics of celecoxib in children."