driving resistance

driving resistance

[′drīv·iŋ ri′zis·təns]
(mechanics)
The force exerted by soil on a pile being driven into it.

driving resistance

The number of blows of a pile-driving hammer which are required to advance the point of a pile a specified distance into the subsoil.
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For the purpose of this paper, it is also important to define driving resistance; that is the total horizontal force required to sustain steady-state motion of an entire vehicle, including losses within the vehicles mechanical components.
The half engagement point of the clutch is a critical point during the starting process which is related to the driving resistance torque on the transmission input shaft.
The new SmartShifting function implements a rapid switching process suitable across all gears and driving application that calculates accelerator pedal position, vehicle mass and driving resistance to determine the optimum switching speed for every situation.
To save antibiotics and the future of modern medicine, we must adopt a quote by Mahatma Gandhi: 'You must be the change you wish to see in the world.' Each and every one of us, prescribers and recipients alike, need to understand the gravity of the situation, the fact that overuse and misuse of antibiotics is driving resistance, and put a stop to inappropriate prescribing.
A mutation driving resistance may be found, yet no therapy to target this aberrant pathway may exist.
Resistance has already stolen much of their magic and the practices that are driving resistance at an even quicker pace are not likely to stop.
Regulation ECE 83, in relation to the realization of the driving cycles, recommends using a chassis dynamometer that can reflect the total driving resistance in the speed range from 10 to 120 km/h.
So, we in this arena, devise a method, where the net delay measurement would be on the basis of driving resistance and load capacitance.
Experts believe that few antibiotics are left that will work against these super-strains of bacteria, and those that do work are being used in everincreasing quantities, further driving resistance.
While pedagogical concerns were at the heart of the matter raised by faculty at these institutions, there is also an element of job preservation and professional autonomy driving resistance. Broadly, community college administrators and faculty should consider: How do these arguments and ideas impact community colleges?
Acting as propulsion, driving force is applied to wheels to overcome driving resistance. Driving force lower than driving resistance does not make vehicle roll.
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