electromechanics


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electromechanics

[i¦lek·trō·mi′kan·iks]
(mechanical engineering)
The technology of mechanical devices, systems, or processes which are electrostatically or electromagnetically actuated or controlled.
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Several years later, Escorp bought Rayproof and combined it with Rantech and the Electromechanics Company (EMCO), both already owned by Escorp, to create EMC Test Systems, or ETS.
Turkey expressed willingness of the Turkish Electromechanics Industry (TEMSAN) to cooperate with Kyrgyzstan within construction and rehabilitation of hydropower plants, transformer substations, power transmission lines, as well as providing design consultancy services.
Proceedings of VI International Conference on Electromechanics and Systems Engineering, Mexico, D.
Myers, on the other hand, has been studying electromechanics and mechantronics part-time at Lehigh.
The Indian security guard, identified by his initials NA, said that on June 18 this year when he was alone at the Emirates Electromechanics company in Jebel Ali, Dubai, six masked men attacked him.
Savini, "Fast algorithms for the design of complex-shape devices in electromechanics," Computational Methods for Electrical Devices Design, Vol.
The initiative, organized in collaboration with the Italian Society of Engineers ANCE and the Italian Federation of entrepreneurs in the field of electromechanics and electrotechnics ANIE, aims to introduce investment opportunities in the sectors of infrastructure, transport and energy.
Halbach magnet arrays are new magnetization arrangement of permanent magnets, which were used by Klauss Halbach for particle accelerators [12], and they have slowly migrated into the arena of electromechanics.
Nowotny, Introductory Electromechanics, The Ronald Press Company, New York, 1965.
Engineers and other researchers mainly from China discuss topics related to mechanics, electromechanics, and electrotechnics; electronics and communication; materials engineering; biomedical manufacturing; digital manufacturing; computational simulation, monitoring, and analysis in manufacture; e-technologies in design and manufacture; information technology in product realization; intelligent and robotic systems; and agricultural manufacturing.
Robert Hebner, the director of the Center for Electromechanics at the University of Texas at Austin, addressing the meters' ability to provide specific data about how people are using their electricity.
The search for cost-effective biofuels is one of the noble endeavours of our time, and these papers shed insight on where the boundaries are in algae research: said Robert Hebner, a professor in the Cockrell School of Engineering and director of the Center for Electromechanics, who is co-author of three recent papers in this area.