force-time

force-time

[¦fȯrs ¦tīm]
(industrial engineering)
The product of an applied force and its time of application; used for quantitative determination of isometric work.
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The goal is to provide SI-traceable, consistent force measurements that enable comparable force-time data across all types of Charpy machines and achieve a true dynamic calibration procedure for instrumented Charpy strikers.
These instruments provide time-series data regarding product deformation, allowing a wide range of texture attributes to be calculated from force-time or force-displacement data.
Each participant lied down in a prone position on a chiropractic table and was subjected to four different SMT force-time profiles.
When replayed afterwards, each video frame is automatically synchronised with the data points on the force-time graph, allowing graph events to be related simply to visual events on the product.
The force-time curve was obtained using Miograph software (Miotec), with an acquisition rate of 2000 Hz and later analyzed using SAD32 software.
The individual force-time integrals of the ISIT device under constant separation acceleration are known as the ink tack pull-off curves during tack rise.
Typical force-time (P-t) and force-displacement (P-h) data are shown in Fig.
Impacts are performed at 1 m/sec on specimens of varying thickness, and force-time curve data is generated by the Ceast DAS 4000 instrumented impact system.
The force-time data during the actual impact are stored by a high-speed data-acquisition system.
The data were recorded by operating the software as force-time curves.
The new EFFICAS results have shown that the creation of a continuous line of ablation points performed with a minimum force of 10 grams and a minimum Force-Time Integral (FTI[TM]) of 400 gram seconds provides significantly higher success rate in electrical isolation per pulmonary vein segment.