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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The program will start in January and will be divided into three courses, addressing the following topics: Precision Mechanical Design, System Engineering and Innovation, Automation and Electromechanics.
Issam Samara, General Manager of LG Electronics' exclusive commercial air-conditioning systems agent in Jordan, Al-Asalah Electromechanics Company.
Attendees included general manager of LG Electronics Amman office Kevin Cha, general manager of Al Asalah Electromechanics, LGECOs exclusive agent for Commercial Air Conditioning systems in Jordan, Issam Samara, and representatives of the local media.
Vlacov, "Characteristics and ways of improving linear induction motors", Higher Education Journal of Electromechanics, 11, pp.
The rail gun looks like a conventional ship-based gun system with round barrels several meters long, says Ray Zowarka, associate director of the Center for Electromechanics at the University of Texas at Austin.
LG Electronics (LGE) and its agent for commercial air conditioning (A/C) systems in Jordan, al-Asalah Electromechanics Co.
Their fields of business included footwear production, specialised textile and sewing industry, electromechanics, and road haulage.
For readers who have already learned how to formulate the objective function to solve particular problems in electromechanics, Haupt and Werner (electrical engineering, both Pennsylvania State U.
Lopez, "Composite Materials: Portland Cement and Irradiated Polyethylene," in National Congress of Electromechanics, Zacatepec, Morelos, Mexico, November 4-8 (2002).
The newly formed company is set to become one of the world leaders in on-board railway systems offering HVAC, electromechanics and electronics to brake systems, couplers and wheels.
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The bearings we've created provide answers to a hurdle for both military and commercial aircraft engines," said Alan Palazzolo, Texas A&M professor of mechanical engineering and director of the Vibration Control and Electromechanics Lab.