bearing loss

bearing loss

[′ber·iŋ ‚lȯs]
(electricity)
Loss of power in a machine caused by friction between the shaft and the bearing.
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In such a situation consumers were wandering around offices of Hesco bearing loss of time and money.
Frequent borrowings and loans for agriculture purpose have been lost and consequently growers were bearing loss of millions.
where [T.sub.b0] is the no-load bearing loss torque, [T.sub.b1] the load bearing loss torque, and n is the rotational speed.
Islamabad -- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqaan Abbasi like Nawaz Sharif has dodged Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazal (JUI-F) and handed over charge of Ministry of Postal Services to JUI-F which is bearing loss of more than 20 billion rupees.
The residents have also complained that due to low voltage and unscheduled load-shedding are damaging electric appliances and they bearing loss of repairing it.
21 -- The government's decision to ban bulk SMSes and MMSes has raised concerns that the telecom operators could end up bearing loss up to 8 percent.
Audiometry demonstrated normal hearing in the right ear and a moderate mixed type of bearing loss in the left car (55/30 dB).
OSHA issued a final rule in July that revises the criteria for recording work-related bearing loss. The agency also is seeking comments on a proposal involving the recording of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in its injury and illness logs.
They said that frequent loans and borrows for agriculture purpose have been lost consequently growers were bearing loss of millions and agriculture system completely been destroyed and livestock was about to perish.
Sports develop a habit of bearing loss and how to control emotions after victory.
[6] Our patient clearly had a mixed bearing loss in the left ear, even in the absence of middle ear fluid or other middle or outer ear abnormalities.
out of increasing pollution in the country," the minister informed the Lower House that the country bearing loss of billion of rupees due to air, land and water pollution.