fixed geometry

fixed geometry

i. An aircraft that does not have variable-sweep wings.
ii. An engine that does not have a variable inlet or nozzle.
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3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Analysis of Medium- and Heavy-duty Truck Turbochargers in North America, Europe, China, and India : By 2022, Fixed Geometry to Represent 2 out of 3 Installations The global medium- and heavy-duty (MD-HD) truck market is evolving rapidly as a result of dynamic product changes as a result of emission standards, shifting the onus to research and development in the powertrain space.
Today, the Phase I of the DigitalClone Component simulator will allow users to manipulate public fixed geometry DigitalClone models selecting from an existing library including bearings, gears and drivetrain components.
Again, in most cases, a 4-axis robot will do the same job better at a comparable price, whilst having the flexibility for redeploying onto secondary robotic applications, unlike the fixed geometry of a Cartesian type.
Networks become dynamic when the constitutive elements of the phenomena associated with the fixed geometry of networks are considered to be evolving over time.
The Microfluidizer uses a combination of high pressure (up to 40,000 psi) with a patented interaction chamber that has a fixed geometry to produce uniform and reproducible results.
The system also does not use variable geometry turbochargers, opting instead for simple fixed geometry turbos.
The design constraint in the case of the seal is the fixed geometry, a type of constraint[(8)] frequently encountered in industrial situations.
Its diminutive size, up to 4 [degrees] F variance in accuracy, slow response and fixed geometry, however, make it difficult to assess all situations accurately.
These small but efficient pumps are based on the use of a fixed geometry and either rotating axial pistons or crank-driven pistons to pressurize water in the chambers.
There will be a shift towards the use of variable geometry turbochargers from the current choice of fixed geometry turbochargers preferred by most LCV OEMs.
The Protea is the Company's next generation bare metal stent with a strut thickness of 65 microns, a fixed geometry and uniform cell size for homogeneous delivery of drug to the local tissue, and a superior surface finish when compared to currently available cobalt alloy stents.
the company offers Microfluidizer[R] materials processor systems which operate at the highest pressures available, utilizing a proprietary, unique fixed geometry interaction chamber which can subject the fluid stream to shear forces up to ten times that of other processors.