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cranking

Turning the engine with external power. This is normally to clear the engine before starting.
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E were significantly greater in cycling than in arm cranking.
To determine the characteristics of the 12 V DC starter, we measured the cranking noise for a 12 V DC starter and a 12 V Belt-ISG in the cabin of the test vehicle.
They are designed for low internal friction and heat, so they can dissipate the heat generated during cranking without having to stop and wait a period of time if the engine does not start.
Deep summertime cranking is restricted to environments where the depths big smallmouths occupy coincide with depths where deep-diving cranks can reach or almost reach bottom.
8220;This medical supplies management and ordering system will revolutionize the medical supplies industry,” says Theo Antoniou, President of Cranking Software.
Cranking of most starter batteries remains strong until the end of life.
A new online advertising agency Cranking Media LLC, founded by direct response and media buying experts Drew Kossoff and Scott Rewick, has announced its launch.
Several studies evaluated the metabolic response and race performance of handbike athletes [1-2], investigated the influence of different cadence strategies in hand cycling [3], and compared asynchronous and synchronous cranking during hand cycling [4-6].
Because of the fast tempo, the QASO did not wait for me to get a firm hold on the wing crank before he started cranking the wing down.
Then she'd have to stop cranking and make sure the picking wheel stopped before she started to clean out the jam.
l x w x h) dimensions and deliver 1400 cranking amps for five seconds at room temperature, Enersys said.
The kinetic energy of the cranking motion is converted into electricity.