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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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The reference point of the coordinate system of the vehicle coincides with the intersection point of the articulated steering pin axis and the oscillating pin axis, which is connected with the rear body.
This section will respectively control such parameters as the braking torque, the articulated steering angle, and the oscillating angle when instability occurs.
Articulated steering, hydrostatic transmission, front-end loader, water and hiekoitussilin installation and access above the rear axle on top of the engine compartment, and others.
They feature a self-compensating hydro-mechanical articulated steering system that provides better control both in tough off-road conditions and at high hauling speeds, said Volvo.
This directs flow to the lift and tilt cylinders produced by Terex as well as the pilot controls and articulated steering.
Fully articulated steering systems enable smaller wheel loaders to negotiate many hard to reach places smoothly and efficiently.
According to the company, the MT42's articulated steering increases maneuverability and allows agile cornering, while the dump system can discharge a full load in just 13 seconds.
The loaders have dynamic braking, 40[degrees] articulated steering through a Casappa gear pump steering system, Unideck dash gauges and a hydraulic quick coupler.