law of sines

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law of sines

[′lȯ əv ′sīnz]
(mathematics)
Given a triangle with angles A, B, and C and sides a, b, c opposite these angles respectively: sin A / a = sin B / b = sin C / c.
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The dependence between voltage or current, parameters of the equivalent circuit and the motor torque is known only then, when the voltage and current varies according to the sine law. When the voltage spectrum is available, the motor driving torque can be readily calculated.
3 are the thickness profiles for 45[degrees] and 70[degrees] pyramids obtained from the experiments, FEA and sine law calculations.
The drive switches on an electric motor, a reduction gear, a flexible and an eccentric couplings, by means of which movement of the table according to the sine law is performed.