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Synonyms for torque

a twisting force

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Mohamed, "The role of torque device in implant retained mandibular overdenture prostheses (in-vivo and in-vitro study)," Cairo Dental Journal, vol.
Prior to launching the Slimline in 1963, designed by Dr Henry Edward Merritt, arguably Britain's best known gearbox designer of the 1950s, all Norbar torque wrenches used an external, break-back mechanism.
For this reason, Torque is offering a full line-up of Boost Edition phones for its EGO series, with compelling upgrades to offer as a way of boosting what one may otherwise view as normal, typical, or acceptable.
Aerospace pins are normally intended for a single installation (no reusability) and can be made out of diverse materials, such as Titanium 6AL-4V, Nickel alloys and stainless steels, with different head configurations, thread lengths, finishes, and can be installed with various types of prevailing torque nuts and frangible collars [7].
The influence of the pole/slot combinations on cogging torque for motors with a number of slots per pole per phase is investigated.
The prime contenders in the torque sensor market are Honeywell International (US), Infineon Technologies (Germany), Crane Electronics (UK), Hottinger Baldwin Messtechnik (Germany), Applied Measurements (UK), Norbar Torque Tools (UK), ABB (Switzerland), Kistler Holding (Switzerland), Sensor Technology (UK), and FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology (US).
Umair Jaliawala, Founder and Chief Turning Officer, Torque stated at the ceremony "Torque is working hard at staying relevant and effective, to continue its mission of enabling professionals with contemporary knowledge, useful skills and winning attitude.
A client from a leading bank of Pakistan added 'Torque's turners have effectively conducted various training sessions on Team work being held under collaborative arrangement with Torque-Karachi.
Regardless of how bow torque occurs, if the sight and arrow rest are positioned in harmony with one another, then the arrow will strike as close to the middle as possible.
With the issuance of this new patent, Torque Lock will continue to distribute the Staples to contractors, homeowners, repair technicians and customers worldwide with customer support available through the brands website or their growing network of more than 260 distributors.
The installed motor power of the modular drive system is 1250 kW (1,900 hp) with maximum torque of 650,000 newton meters (480,000 foot-pounds).
To improve the control performance, more detailed analysis of torque ripple needs to be studied.
Chevy trucks have come a long way from the original 1918 one-tonne model, featuring a 2.8l four-cylinder engine with an estimated 45lb-ft of torque. Its closest contemporary engine is the standard 4.6l V-6 engine in the Silverado WT, which is rated at 304lb-ft of torque or 66lb-ft per litre, a 312 per cent increase over the 1918 engine.
Thereby, it is pivotal to build an accurate PMSM model for torque ripple suppression and PMSM control.
The good efficiency, high torque and variable speed ratio in addition to low cost, high reliability and fault-tolerance make the Switched Reluctance Motor (SRM) a candidate with real chances on the market of vehicle propulsion.