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steering

[′stir·iŋ]
(meteorology)
Loosely used for any influence upon the direction of movement of an atmospheric disturbance exerted by another aspect of the state of the atmosphere; for example, a surface pressure system tends to be steered by isotherms, contour lines, or streamlines aloft, or by warm-sector isobars or the orientation of a warm front.
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To get into position, operators used the all-wheel steering system to carefully edge the Grove crane around the job site's various obstacles.
The ADVS 6x6x6 Desert Chameleon vehicle specs include a removable "V" hull design with adaptable armor modules to increase blast dispersion and survivability, a 600-horsepower Caterpillar engine power-pack, a fully independent active suspension system and a speed sensitive all-wheel steering system.
The model is equipped with an all-wheel steering and hub motors that operate on compressed air.
Oshkosh says the HT-Series snow tractor offers superior manoeuvrability with larger ploughs and brooms, and when teamed with the available ALL STEER[R] electronic all-wheel steering system it can complete a runway U-turn within just 75 feet (22.