engine balance

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engine balance

[′en·jən ‚bal·əns]
(mechanical engineering)
Arrangement and construction of moving parts in reciprocating or rotating machines to reduce dynamic forces which may result in undesirable vibrations.
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The applications cluster around engine balancing and engine mounting systems for automobiles.
Air Force (USAF) exercised an option to purchase eight additional PBS- 4100Plus portable aircraft engine balancing systems under its current requisition.
Air Force fleet of PBS4100+ portable aircraft engine balancing systems.
Air Force (USAF) for the purchase of MTII PBS-4100Plus portable aircraft engine balancing systems.
ElectroCam System benefits include elimination of rocker arm assemblies and cams, an infinitely variable "cam shaft," simplified manual engine balancing and easy expansion to the AutoBalancer 5000 System.
Air Force contract for the purchase of PBS-4100+ portable aircraft engine balancing systems.
Work is focused on engine balancing systems, semiconductor systems -- including wafer metrology systems -- and non-contact measurement systems.
These products consist of electronic, computerized gauging instruments for position, displacement and vibration applications for the design, manufacturing and test markets, semiconductor products for wafer characterization, and engine balancing and vibration analysis systems for military and commercial aircraft.
Air Force (USAF) for equipment and services related to its PBS-4100 portable aircraft engine balancing systems.
Air Force for the purchase of PBS-4100Plus portable aircraft engine balancing systems.
Air Force for services and equipment related to its PBS-4100 portable aircraft engine balancing systems.
Dohring, Chairman of MTI Instruments, outlined progress at that subsidiary which includes the development of new industrial and marine applications for the PBS engine balancing line; new automotive sensor applications in the US and across Asia; increased work in the development and sales of semiconductor metrology tools, and innovations across all of the subsidiary's product categories.