motor element

motor element

[′mōd·ər ‚el·ə·mənt]
(engineering acoustics)
That portion of an electroacoustic receiver which receives energy from the electric system and converts it into mechanical energy.
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The ability for new motor element acquisition is minimally impacted by training, age, and maturation.
The design works by combining air that is pulled in through the motor element and from the sides of the machine that would mean the motor may be smaller and lighter - and, perhaps makes less noise.
--Define of kinematic joints, the motor element variation law, for turning phase, (to one planetary gear, the other being fixed);
We consider the uniform movement of the motor element 1 (fig.
As outputs is chosen the angles for each motor element. Also in simulation sensors are used for determine the position of the end-effector.
Where: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is the angular speed of the motor element.
By permitting organization of large data sets into simpler groupings, PCA may mirror the phenomenon of chunking in which the brain combines sensory motor elements into integrated units of behavior.
11 March 2016 - US-based middle market investing firm Altus Capital Partners has acquired US-based industrial motor elements maker Nichols Portland from US-based motion and control technologies maker Parker Hannifin Corp.
--step 1: the sum of DOF is determined for the connections that have to be introduced between the fixed motor elements and the driven elements;
Of exceptional importance is the visual feedback which ensures that the movement will be performed both temporally and spatially; also important is bimanual coordination; (c) whole-body coordination (tests: polygon backward; climbing and descending); to perform test tasks in this group, coordinated, fast performance of a relatively complicated sequence of motor elements is of key importance.
The S1D two-speed motor is a high-speed, low-torque unit with two motor elements consisting of displacements of 2.98 to 8.94 cu.in./rev (48.8 to 146.5 cc/rev).