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electromechanical

[i¦lek·trō·mi′kan·ə·kəl]
(mechanical engineering)
Pertaining to a mechanical device, system, or process which is electrostatically or electromagnetically actuated or controlled.

electromechanical

The use of electricity to run moving parts. Disk drives, printers and motors are examples. Electromechanical systems must be designed for the eventual deterioration of moving components that wear over time. The first TVs were actually electromechanical scanning disc devices (see video/TV history).
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While the Cantata is now officially discontinued, the upgraded SC-IIIa, which has the same $5,500 per pair list price, is pretty much electromechanically the same.
However, auxiliary axes such as ejector, core pull, and shutoff nozzle can be driven hydraulically or electromechanically.
The new wearable LVAS makes use of the same electromechanically driven pump utilized in the console-based versions.
Five years in development, the 17,000-square foot retractable roof is an electromechanically operated structure that includes 10 movable steel trusses that support a translucent, weather-resistant fabric canopy.
The smooth electromechanically actuated shift between the synchronised ratios has enabled our eAxle to set new benchmarks for comfort and NVH.
was completed and successfully electromechanically commissioned during
In the ideal case, an electromechanically coupled 3D finite element model would be appropriate.
Over the last decade, devices for electromechanically assisted gait training have been developed that allow nonambulatory patients to perform intensive, task-oriented exercise [1-2].
The mouth of the blower has been fitted with a system of electromechanically operated mobile deflectors, which adjust the direction and speed of the air in specific areas," explains Polivinil.
Numerical analysis of the electromechanically coupled magnetic field in brushless DC motors.
The auxiliary axes (for example, the ejector), core pulls, and nozzles can be moved individually either hydraulically or electromechanically, depending upon the application.