rotations per minute


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Its annual electricity output was over 3 million units a year, equivalent to the requirements of 1,121homes, and it generated electricity between 10 and 20 rotations per minute, depending on wind speed.
It unitizes approximately 20 to 30 loads per hour at a maximum speed of nine rotations per minute. To maximize wrap strength and reduce film usage, the unit features a powered prestretch film carriage that provides a stretch ratio of 200% on 20-inch stretch film.
Alstom has previously set a new benchmark for the spinning of turbines within the Indian hydro sector - recording a rated speed of 333 rotations per minute in a record time of less than 10 hours - on three Francis vertical turbines.
Today, these simulations compute the rotations per minute and propeller motion required to reach a near-hover regimen.
which cleans floors throughout the house without harsh detergents, and comes with the accompanying Spin Bucket, which wrings dirt out of the mop by spinning it more than 1,000 rotations per minute.
Throughout the job the pull force varied from five to 50 tons, the rotations per minute ranged from 25 to 50 and the mud flow was from 475 to 660 gallons per minute.
With technology similar to what is used in a CAT scan, the machine's imager spins at hundreds of rotations per minute to come up with a 3-D image of the laptop.
It's no coincidence that 33 1/3 is number of rotations per minute of a vinyl long-playing record.
While door-sized guards are in place to keep workers safe from the internal parts which can spin up to 2,500 rotations per minute (RPM), there were no systems in place to force the drill to shut down if those guards were lifted.
Input values were chosen in the range of -880 to +844 rotations per minute. It was executed 100 measures with strokes of 0.05 sec.
has a circular bristle head that oscillates up to 6,000 rotations per minute. It's designed to access the hard-to-reach places between teeth, at the gum line and the back surfaces of the teeth.