actuation


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The actuation of microswitches and microrelays was the chief reason that the National Science Foundation funded the research leading to their development.
Holset said that in conjunction with its fully modulating actuation capability a number of levels of control sophistication are available.
The deal, which hinges upon regulatory clearance, among other customary closing conditions, is seen closing around the end of the third quarter of fiscal 2013.Country: USASector: Aerospace/DefenceTarget: GE Aviation's electromechanical actuation unitBuyer: TransDigm Group IncVendor: GE Aviation, General Electric CompanyDeal size in USD: 150mType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
BorgWarner has introduced its next generation of cam torque actuators - intelligent cam torque actuation (iCTA) - that the company says offers fuel economy and reduced emissions with its resourceful technology.
Auto Business News-March 13, 2019--BorgWarner launches Intelligent Cam Torque Actuation for fuel efficiency
Traditional clamp and press mode actuation applications present the challenge of having a rapid stroke at a low force, while requiring a steep ramp-up to a high force for a short period.
The new factory, the company's first manufacturing site in Europe, makes actuation system components for the 737 and 767 jets from raw materials sourced in the UK.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-July 31, 2018-SKF reports divestiture of SEK2.75bn linear and actuation technology business
Global Banking News-July 31, 2018-SKF reports divestiture of SEK2.75bn linear and actuation technology business