axial motion


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Synonyms for axial motion

rotary motion of an object around its own axis

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2009): "Viscoplastic fluid flow in irregular eccentric annuli due to axial motion of the inner pipe", The Canadian journal of Chemical Engineering, vol.
The worm-wormwheel gear, in which rotary motion around the axis of both gear links takes place, can be substituted with an equivalent gear, in which worm axial motion occurs without rotation--Figure 1 [Nieszporek, 2004].
A series of 12 stainless steel, zero-backlash, double universal joints with ball splines features telescoping extension slides designed for use where, owing to axial motion, the distance between driver and driven shafts may vary up to 6 mm.
A sample coupling available from Helical demonstrates how the flexing qualities of the Helical coil can compensate for angular, parallel or skewed misalignment, and provide axial motion, constant velocity and smooth bearing loads.
The second air line combined with the axial motion of the cutting file provides a floating head feature.
Multiple spiral cuts also allow the couplings to accommodate angular misalignment, parallel misalignment and axial motion.
The multiple spiral cuts also allow the couplings to accomodate angular misalignment, parallel misalignment, and axial motion.
Liftoff and the double cartridge uses common springs, allowing for seal-adjustment to axial motion and the optimized drive minimizes seal face to seal cartridge hardware interaction eliminating low speed hang-up.
Once the screw reaches the full-forward position at peak die pressure, its axial motion changes from a forward to a reverse direction, and die pressure begins to diminish.
Accommodation for angular misalignment, parallel misalignment and axial motion.
According to the company, these single-piece, flexible couplings compensate for mechanical movement irregularities such as angular and skewed misalignment, parallel offset and axial motion.
Backlash (with a maximum of 70 [micro]m and even less if required) is the relative axial motion between the screw and the nut when the motor is not turning.
They are coupled by the rotor to the measured shaft through a separate coupling that compensates axial motion and misalignment between the encoder shaft and measured shaft.
These single-piece, flexible couplings compensate for mechanical movement irregularities, such as angular and skewed misalignment, parallel offset, and axial motion.