centrifugal force

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the outward force on a body moving in a curved path around another body

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This book could even be used as the starting point for a discussion with junior science students when learning about gravitational and centrifugal forces.
Highest Centrifugal Force: Crosrol's innovative 40" cylinder together with its ultra-high surface speeds results in the highest generation of Centrifugal forces available in the world today.
The bearings that are used also need to be capable of high-speed rotation, however conventional grease lubrication type deep groove ball bearings suffered from higher temperatures caused by distortion to the retainer due to centrifugal forces when operating at high rotational speeds, and a lack in lubrication due to the grease scattering.
In the Saturn roasters, centrifugal forces effectuate a product preserving mixing of the beans.
However, planets are not perfectly round as centrifugal forces caused by spin also effect their shape.
Drum frequency on Case DV rollers ranges from 3,180 to 3,720 vpm with centrifugal forces from 4,580 to 8,877 pounds.
The centrifugal forces kept the pilot from reaching the power control levers as called for in the NATOPS emergency procedures for "loss of tail rotor drive.
The M2540 Radius GripTop 10 is ideal for general material handling applications where steep inclines and declines--in combination with turns--are required or where the centrifugal forces of fast running belts tend to displace or disorient conveyed products.
The NT Series features a counter weight feature that compensates for centrifugal forces when operating at speeds of 5500 rpm and higher.
For the past 150 years or so there has been a conflict betw een the centrifugal forces of Celtic nationalism and overcentralisation in London and the SE commuter belt.
The Cobra range of cyclone separators uses centrifugal forces to extract particles from water or liquids, thereby eliminating the need for moving parts, filter elements, screens or media.