rotational resistance

rotational resistance

[rō′tā·shən·əl ri′zis·təns]
(mechanics)
The real part of rotational impedance; it is responsible for dissipation of energy. Also known as mechanical rotational resistance.
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The iFuse Implant has a unique patented triangular shape that provides 31 times the rotational resistance of a screw.
Parker observed that posterior to anterior obliquity (equivalent to the CA position in this study) had a better rotational resistance than anterior to posterior obliquity (equivalent to the CP position in this current study) [10], which is consistent with the findings of our study.
There's also increased rotational resistance when the speed of the vehicle increases, thereby reducing the possibility of oversteer conditions (and a potential rollover).

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