lever arm

lever arm

In a structural member, that length of the member between the center of the tensile reinforcement and the center of action of the compression.
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This was possible since the rag iron casting incorporated a lever arm providing a pivot point to transfer the spring force to the shelling process.
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This is done using a lever arm to absorb the motion of the wheel carrier, and transmitting the force to an electric motor.
The switcher mode allows operators to view mix, wipe, key and DVE changes under full preview control connected directly to the lever arm transition area.
A strong lever arm moves up and down with each damper articulation and, using a set of gears, it develops a current that can be used to generate and store power in batteries, which can then be used later to power components of the car.
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This is because the vanes will have a longer lever arm to turn the arrow back on course if it is pointed the wrong way--and that is a good thing.
Holding the rod horizontally means no lever arm at all; no extra advantage to the fish.
The SPM tests samples with a lever arm equipped with an atomically sharp tip.
The mechanical advantage of the ratchet wrench lever arm and the threaded shaft enable the unit to be operated at up to full line pressure of 600 to 800 PLI.
The lever activates the lever arm that depresses the follower and allows the user to insert the next round.