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cogwheel

[′käg‚wēl]
(design engineering)
A wheel with teeth around its edge.
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constructive and technological simplicity of the flexible cogwheel (which can be executed through one single precision press forging operation with very high deformation speed);
During his lifetime, Babbage insisted that his cogwheel brain, which he named the Difference Engine, would be an ultra-reliable cogwheel calculator for printing mathematical tables devoid of any risk of human error.
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Such as Mount Rigi, the site of the world's first cogwheel railway, built 100 years ago to enjoy the "best mountain view in central Switzerland".
Findley LJ, Gresty MA and Halmagyi GM (1981): Tremor, the cogwheel phenomenon and clonus in Parkinson's disease.
At many stops you can hop off and get on a cable car and take a ride to the summit or take a cogwheel train up the slopes.
the best they could come up with was possible cogwheel rigidity for which they had no treatment or cure.
Community Project Details/Status Completion Date Oxford * 9,600 feet of main* Completed Willenbrock * Route -- South on Christian Industrial Park Street to Hawley Street to Willenbrock Seymour * 7,500 feet of main * Construction Silvermine * Install gas mains/services completed Industrial Park on Silvermine Road, Progress Avenue & Cogwheel Lane* * First system expansion gas meter installed and set in August at Microboard Processing Middlebury * 10,200 feet of main* Construction to * Route 188 to center of begin in 2002 Middlebury * * Central business district and residential area * * Project to be completed in two phases Woodbury * 38,200 feet of main * Main will be * Extends Southbury energized in distribution system north late November.
I'd volley with my sister: abacus, brake, cogwheel, digging stick.
A cogwheel is useless if nobody knows why and how it is made, how it is used, what it can be used for, and who could benefit from using it.
A total of 86% displayed the "cogwheel sign"--edematous intrasalpingeal folds that take the shape of a cogwheel on cross-section.