power grip

power grip

[′pau̇·ər ‚grip]
(industrial engineering)
A basic grasp whereby the fingers are wrapped around an object and the thumb placed against it; used, for example, in certain hammering operations. Also known as power grasp.
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Why do we see common denominators of despotism that drive repression: long power grip, intolerance to dissidence, political dynasty, EJKs, ill-gotten wealth?
The power grip is the result of forceful flexion of all finger joints with the maximum voluntary force that the subject is able to exert under normal bio-kinetic conditions.
This form of gripping is undesirable as it requires a much greater force application than a power grip (object in the palm of the hand).
Power grip contractions were performed at 15% of maximum voluntary contraction (MVC) at a work rest cycle of 10-5-s, with three different handles (30, 40, and 50 mm) for a period of 15-min.
Significant decrease in grip power and DASH score increase in the control group is justifiable, because both power grip and doing usual works with the upper limb needs a pain-free hand.
To achieve an effective extrusion movement, CAA POWER GRIP will be used, bonded on the tooth, 2 buttons in CAA CLEAR-ALIGNER and extrusion elastics, as it is shown on the scheme of the figure 12.
This tells us much of these career politicians whose power grip on the masses is nothing less than a dictatorship.
Instead of focusing on the greater good for the nation and its citizens, competition over power grip continues.
Both prototypes supported the use of up to six preprogrammed grip patterns: power grip, tool grip, chuck grip, lateral pinch, fine pinch open, and fine pinch closed.
The Maghreb people have yet to get rid of the traditional French power grip over the North African region.
Thanks to the "handraulic" power grip hidden inside each machine, kids can do precision digging as they excavate sand, loose dirt, and mud.