screw displacement

screw displacement

[′skrü di‚splās·mənt]
(mechanics)
A rotation of a rigid body about an axis accompanied by a translation of the body along the same axis.
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Four of their cases required surgical revision (1 because of loss of reduction, 2 due to fracture incongruity as seen on the postoperative computer tomogram and 1 case of screw displacement in the radial shaft).
As a result, the screw displacement to fill the volume from Sensor 2 to the sample end is about 0.
The corresponding screw displacement was around ~1.
MPX requires only three standard machine signals - hydraulic pressure, screw displacement, and injection start - though other signals can be utilized as well.
In this figure's screw displacement plot, the horizontal dashed line indicates that the machine controller switched from filling to packing when the screw was 2.
The screw displacement plot suggests a fairly repeatable process.
12] developed a soft sensor to correlate the MFL to easily measurable variables including injection velocity, screw displacement, injection pressure, and nozzle temperature.
A Temposonics series III displacement/velocity transducer, type RH-N-0200M, was installed to measure the injection screw displacement and IV.
Figure 11 shows the flow rate estimation calculated from the screw displacement compared to the flow rate predicted by the online simulation for run 9 of the DOE.
A Temposonic type III linear velocity and displacement transducer (model RH-N-0200M) is fitted to the machine for the screw displacement and velocity measurements.
The screw displacement also increases in a stepwise manner with the force and is constant during the initial load levels.
They used screw displacement increments instead of time to determine the sampling instants.