flat spring

flat spring

[¦flat ¦spriŋ]
(design engineering)
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The recoil spring assembly is a flat spring design that Dan Wesson says will stand up to the recoil of 15,000 rounds--three times that of the typical dual-spring system.
It is held to the barrel set by a flat spring and hook assembly and will just pop off when pulling it off correctly.
The scheme of an experimental "sky hook" system with the elastic element of composite construction "double flat spring" and with electric field controlled stiffness is shown in the Figure 1.
With the arrival of these 1st Model Dragoons this was changed to the flat spring found on all traditional single actions ever since.
Other valve components include a custom-designed flat spring that enables the desired, normally closed, leak-tight operation and lapped spacer shims to ensure precise valve opening.
When forming a coil spring or the camber of a flat spring, the ID is first loaded in compression whereas the OD is loaded in tension.
The ultra-low frequency two DOFs' isolator which combines a PS air spring with a NS magnetic spring in parallel and combines a PS flat spring with an NS inverted pendulum in parallel is designed to reduce the natural frequency and broaden the effective bandwidth in horizontal and vertical direction.
The Forsus Nitinol Flat Spring (FNFS) is an alternative fixed functional appliance described by Vogt in 2001.
It also features the same flat plunger and flat spring widely used in medical devices for dosing gases.
WP 0020 00-2 in the M2 machine gun's TM 9-1005-213-23&P says to replace the sear helical spring and lever stop nut flat spring annually.
A flat spring in the adapter opens when the connector is unplugged and covers the fiber stub.
The acquisition of Carrab Industri, with its annual sales of SEK26m, will strengthen Indutrade primarily within flat spring manufacturing.