mechanical linkage

mechanical linkage

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′liŋ·kij]
(mechanical engineering)
A set of rigid bodies, called links, joined together at pivots by means of pins or equivalent devices.
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Must be controlled with mechanical linkage or variable -flow servo control
Its small package and lack of mechanical linkage to the transmission opens space below and above.
Over the past several years, the team has iteratively improved the mechanical linkage, the operator interface, and the control method to improve the system's performance.
Whizzing through a production sequence might be an electronic memory device, a mechanical linkage, or an optical scanner that ultimately finds it way back to that very same production line someday as an embedded enabling component --helping to make more of itself.
The system eliminates the need for a mechanical linkage between the steering wheel and the front wheels.
Compressed air is a powerful source of energy which is carbon neutral, inexhaustible and can be made at very low cost wherever there is a wind turbine, by connecting the turbine to a compressor by a direct mechanical linkage.
in 1669, Gilles Personne de Roberval used the principles of mechanical linkage to invent the 'Static Enigma'.
a mechanical linkage, while state of the art (SoA) solutions are based on electronic parallel servomechanism positioning and [O.
A servo-drive motor replaces the mechanical linkage from the main drive, giving the benefit of independent, accurate control of pressure to a set point.
The US Federal Aviation Administration has issued a proposed airworthiness directive mandating that operators of 63 US-registered Bombardier Q400 turboprops make changes to the aircraft's nose landing gear mechanical linkage.
A compressed air system, commonly referred to as the fourth utility, in addition to water, electricity and gas, fills a critical need in food processing and manufacturing facilities; compressed air moves large amounts of raw materials and powers mechanical linkage functions, conveyers and even product packaging functions.
Bombardier The US Federal Aviation Administration has issued a proposed airworthiness directive mandating that operators of 63 US-registered Bombardier Q400 turboprops make changes to the aircraft's nose landing gear mechanical linkage.