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cogwheel

[′käg‚wēl]
(design engineering)
A wheel with teeth around its edge.
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A, B: translationally congruent cogwheels; [L.sub.1]; [L.sub.2], [L.sub.A], [L.sub.B]: light sources; [M.sub.1], [M.sub.2]: mirrors in parallel position; [S.sub.1], [S.sub.2]: diaphragms with scales; [alpha], [beta]: deviation angles assuming a stationary ether so that [alpha] > [beta] as the mirrors rotate, the arrow below indicating the direction of motion of the earth around the sun.
We demonstrated our comprehension through figures showing (1) the pyramid of performance, (2) the cogwheels for FairyPlay, (3) folklore, booklore, medialore in a linear, and (4) a contemporary perspective, (5) the constituents of FairyPlay, and (6) the four contexts of culture.
Solving the world's problems is obviously no small task, but Michael Laitman and Anatoly Ulianov, writing on behalf of the Advanced Research of Integration (ARI) Institute, attempt to consolidate the solution into one central premise: that of "mutual guarantee." The authors believe that globalization has created an environment in which "we are all connected to and dependent on one another like cogwheels in a machine." If people all over the globe can change their mindset from "caring for oneself into caring for all," write the authors, then everyone would be far better off.
This system featured a flat bar with symmetrical, horizontal teeth on the sides rather than the top of the rail to engage the cogwheels of the locomotive.
The company states there will also be a demonstration to show mould protection using the Fanuc LR Mate 200iC robot as well as a demonstration of a 30-tonne Roboshot, integrated into a fully automatic manufacturing cell for micro moulding application will produce high - precision miniature parts (tiny cogwheels for watch movements).
JULIAN Assange, the mysterious editor of WikiLeaks is trapped in the cogwheels of the English legal system.
Researchers from the National Museums Scotland in Edinburgh used state of the art x-ray scans to reveal the delicate cogwheels and Egyptian-style pillars to the maker's inscription.
A new factory theme has been introduced with frosty cogwheels and freezing pipes.
In another famous, and highly symbolic scene, the Tramp gets caught inside gigantic cogwheels, transformed into a mere piece of the machine.
They are positioned symmetrically and manipulate the head via planetary gears, drive belts, bevel gears and cogwheels. The used gear ratio is 33:1, the followed bevel gears respectively cogwheels have ratio of 3:1.
They need to create a monitoring system to oversee achievement of targets and constantly review strategies in light of new developments.All concerned sectors should work together like cogwheels to ensure harmony and proper coordination between them to achieve tangible results in conjunction with the private sector that needs a clear roadmap to ensure smooth sailing into 2020.Awni N.