drive band

drive band

In pile driving, a steel band which encircles the head of a timber pile to prevent it from splitting when being driven.
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Other items such as bracelets and paper knives make use of the copper drive band around shells which caused the missile to spin when fired.
On Saturday, he appears behind the drums with his Drive band, featuring Julian Siegel on saxophones, Richard Turner on trumpet and American bassist Michael Janisch.
You can remain at the Belgrade for drummer and keyboardist Gary Husband's Drive band with saxophonist Julian Siegel magnifying the intensity already emanating from the band's leader.
We can expect to see some server providers jump on the SFF SAS disc drive band wagon immediately, transitioning customers in one step.
One of the main reasons is that ERFB technology has been advanced to the point where what may be regarded as the original variations from conventional projectile design (the long conical streamlined outline, the necessary and expensive bore-riding nubs and drive band niceties) have now been all but eliminated.
This is a considerable technical achievement brought about by, among other details, a carefully designed drive band configuration.
It is important that the motor enclosure be even with the rotor pulley (4" ABS cap), so the rubber drive band won't be misaligned.
If the wind gusts strongly, the transistor will continue to clamp the charging voltage harder and harder until it eventually "slips" the rubber drive band temporarily.
According to Panos Panay, Founder and CEO of Sonicbids: "We are very excited to partner with Marley on this program to help drive band participation and power the "Marley's Music Rising" hub with engaging band content for fans to discover and share.
Off the east African coast, normal wind and current patterns tend to drive bands of warm water and moisture to the south during the southern hemisphere spring and summer.