electrohydraulic


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electrohydraulic

[i¦lek·trō·hī′drȯl·ik]
(engineering)
Operated or effected by a combination of electric and hydraulic mechanisms.
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The stress-strain tests and stress-relaxation tests were performed under various sets of strain rate, strain amplitude, and mean strain by using an electrohydraulic, servocontrolled testing machine at room temperature.
The use of Electromechanical (EMA) and Electrohydraulic (EHA) actuators will increase for aerospace applications The Boeing 787 and Airbus 350 new models will be using EMA and EHA actuators.
This signal comes to the electrohydraulic converter EHC after passing through the amplifier AS.
These manifolds will contain 12 subsea control modules that will provide electrohydraulic functions to operate the manifolds and subsea trees.
2 versions include the likes of a height and reach-adjustable steering wheel; height adjustable driver's seat; speed-sensitive electrohydraulic power steering; electric front windows; driver, front passenger and head-thorax front side airbags; ABS braking; remote central locking and six-speaker FM/AM RDS radio with MP3-compatible CD player.
Krutz, director of Purdue's Electrohydraulic Center and a professor of agricultural and biological engineering, has developed a tire system that senses failures in real time.
The Versione Corse produces 755bhp in comparison to just 600bhp in the GT1, has electrohydraulic transmission rather than a manual gear change and there is the addition of a passenger seat.
Electrically assisted steering and electrohydraulic braking were mentioned among the top six technologies most likely to be developed.
The electrohydraulic Ossatron has a larger focal zone (the area where the pressure is the greatest).
The standard specification reads like a list of major milestones in automotive technology: Sensotronic Brake Control - the electrohydraulic brake system which now incorporates convenience functions such as Tailback Assist and Anti-stall Assist - as well as load-adaptive self-levelling rear suspension, adaptive front airbags, two-stage belt force limiters and large windowbags, to name just a handful of the 20-plus innovations that form part of the standard package.
The standard specification for the estate includes sensotronic brake control (SBC) - the electrohydraulic brake system which now incorporates convenience functions such as tailback assist and anti-stall assist - as well as load-adaptive self-levelling rear suspension, adaptive front airbags, two-stage belt force limiters and large windowbags, to name just a handful of the 20-plus innovations that form part of the standard package.