impact force


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impact force

[′im‚pakt ‚fȯrs]
(mechanics)
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Ditch Witch says the model PT30 piercing tool has 70 pounds of impact force per blow at 480 blows per minute.
Pressurex[R] can be used in many applications including in a bolted joint interface, composite layup, heat sealing and lamination presses; it can act as a force sensing resistor and it can also measure surface pressure distribution whether it is used as an impact force sensor, seat pressure sensor, as a strain gauge or even as nip impression paper.
Designed to withstand a 9-6 impact force, this design replaced a 17-component stamp assembly.
1 perforator battery SDS +, the impact force of not less than 1 J, voltage of at least 18V, rotation speed without load of at least 1000 rev / min pieces 45
Our findings reveal that neither asphyxia nor impact force, but heat, caused the deaths," they added.
Attenuation of impact force has been a major concern for shoe designers and manufacturers, as one of the primary roles for running shoes is to provide shock absorption (Cavanagh, 1980; Nigg, 1986).
And when a car slammed into the back of the van at almost 70mph last November, almost all of the impact force was carried through the solid safe to Mr Burton, of Highford Gardens, Morpeth.
Although the lower body movement is similar to running, there is none of the impact force that occurs on the road or treadmill, reducing the stress on your joints.
In a two-stage impact marking sequence, the marker telescopes out to pre-load the stamping or staking tool against the workpiece and then the cylinder fires an internal hammer generating a consistent impact force, which is varied by controlling the actuation air pressure.
The impact force of the abrasive is proportional to the velocity squared.