pulling tension

pulling tension

The amount of pull placed on a cable during its installation.
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The basic requirement in continuous processing of various materials by means of pulling tension in the area of their elastic or plastic deformations is that for an accurately defined time course of the pull, which in general leads to the requirement for high quality tension control in flexible nonlinear systems with inexactly known parameters and external additive disturbances.
In industrial practice many various typical multi-motor drive configurations exist [10] where the pulling tension in the web arises due to different circumferential speeds of the work rolls, or due to the differences in their positions.
The desired dynamical properties of continuous line pulling tension will be prescribed by a reference model, which is as a rule of the same order as the controlled system, generally in the form
"There's no downward tongue weight on the ATV, like there would be with a wagon, so it's all lateral pulling tension," says Lucco, who is in business with his father, Rocco.
The key advantages of the new cables include superior bend performance, better pulling tension, low memory effect, ease of termination, excellent impact and crush resistance, plus abrasion, cut and chemical resistance, said an official spokesman.
This can reduce required pulling tension by eliminating the "cell crowding" that can occur with shared-wall fabrics.
The Tension Master TM 300 Series Pulling System is designed for placement of fiber or coaxial cables installations that require precise control of cable pulling tensions and hauling speeds, while maintaining a safe bend radius of the cable.
A factory preset torque limiter prevents pulling tensions from exceeding 600 pounds.
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