mechanical units

mechanical units

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ‚yü·nəts]
(mechanics)
Units of length, time, and mass, and of physical quantities derivable from them.
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Gone are the mechanical units of yesteryear that were fraught with problems and were associated with unhealthy snacks and sodas.
The motto behind joining hands is to utilize the seamless and potentially powerful IoT platform of ThingWorx[TM] and integrate it together with various other digital & mechanical units, such that better and smarter products can be produced for the end user.
However the commissioner said mechanical units and water pumps have been put in place to deal with the huge quantities of water, and that insecticide spreys were underway to avert any health hazards.
A major part of the renovation was replacing 3,722 glass panels with energy-efficient, high-performing glass, and upgrading to high-efficiency mechanical units, both of which were needed to obtain LEED Silver certification.
As an example, he pointed out that 40 percent of the city's more than 2,000 coin-only parking meters in service are spring-loaded mechanical units dating from the 1960s.
Gardens, swimming pools, sun decks with lounge chairs, restaurants, giant paintings, playgrounds, pet houses and aviaries, solar cells, and older mechanical units such as ducts, chimneys, and water tanks--all are shown in full-page photos shot from the air above New York city roofs.
The mechanical units also contain carbon dioxide economizers.
The project also includes low-flow plumbing fixtures, Energy Star[R] appliances, foam insulation to cut heat gain through air infiltration, and highly efficient mechanical units.
Jurors were impressed by how the architects wrangled space away from pigeons and mechanical units while finding a new use for waterfront property in an industrialized setting.
Even the overall plant dimensions could be reduced and optimized thanks to improved production characteristics of the line and increased motion range of line mechanical units.
2009) where hip simulators' mechanical structures of all previous known simulators have been analyzed; ten contemporary hip simulator designs on motion profiles (Saikko & Calonius, 2002) have been studied and compared; the base design-prototype (HUT-4) (Saikko, 2005) is determined, wherein the kinematics configuration and mechanical units are applied in simulators of some corporations (EndoLab), developed to meet the requirements of standard ISO 14242 according to which the angular motion profiles differs from the sine wave form, phases of angular displacements FE and IOR differ on n, but FE and AA--about on [pi]/2.
This is inclusive of Honeywell Auxiliary Power Units, hydro mechanical units, avionic, lighting, mechanical components and wheels and brakes.

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