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reverse

a. the mechanism or gears by which machinery, a vehicle, etc., can be made to reverse its direction
b. (as modifier): reverse gear
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reverse

A template that has the reverse profile of a molding it is intended to match.
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The "Aircraft Thrust Reverser - Global Market Outlook (2017-2026)" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
However, just as Brady finds the wormhole reverser, he discovers he's only the pawn in an intergalactic game and none of the players are on his side.
For fiscal year 2013, the business is expected to achieve sales of some USD150m.Country: USASector: Aerospace/Defence, Machinery/EngineeringTarget: GE's hydraulic thrust reverser actuation systems businessBuyer: Woodward IncVendor: GE Aviation Systems, General Electric CompanyDeal size in USD: 200mType: Corporate acquisitionFinancing: Cash & Debt, Existing resourcesStatus: Agreed
Formerly known as D-d4FC and yet to be assigned a generic name, Reverser is well tolerated and can be given once daily, he said.
Approximately 2.5 hours into the mission, the Aircraft Commander (AC) noticed a steady illumination of the #3 Reverser Operating light with no indication of associated yaw or correction by the autopilot.
The company used Inventor to develop designs in 3-D, such as the C-17 engine-core thrust reverser. The thrust reverser directs the aircraft engine's thrust forward and upward through exposed louvers for maximum thrust reverse, Davis said.
The Ball Reverser actuator is customizable to provide reciprocating motion in a variety of applications across a multitude of industries.
Designed to be more wear resistant and meet high load capacity requirements, a key element in the Ball Reverser's function is the reversing sequence.
They were shortlisted for developing a new aircraft thrust reverser used on the Bombardier CRJ-700 and CRJ-900 regional jets.
Oxfordshire-based engineering company TI Group yesterday said it had won several major contracts to supply landing gear, brake and thrust reverser systems for business jet aircraft.
Unlike Alice, who found that things were getting "curiouser and curiouser," Sheldon Schultz of the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) says he and his team expect to find them becoming "reverser and reverser."
The cause of the crash was a malfunction in the engine thrust reverser.