screw displacement

screw displacement

[′skrü di‚splās·mənt]
(mechanics)
A rotation of a rigid body about an axis accompanied by a translation of the body along the same axis.
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Apart from keeping an eye on the fog, the Night Patrol Team would inspect for any track fishplate damage, screw displacement and 9 km stretch train line in each direction.
(12) Screw loosening can cause symptomatic coracoid movement, while total screw displacement has been noted to cause major intra-articular damage.
Four of their cases required surgical revision (1 because of loss of reduction, 2 due to fracture incongruity as seen on the postoperative computer tomogram and 1 case of screw displacement in the radial shaft).
The corresponding screw displacement was around ~1.5 mm, which is the so-called deceleration stroke.
MPX requires only three standard machine signals - hydraulic pressure, screw displacement, and injection start - though other signals can be utilized as well.
The corresponding screw displacement, nozzle pressure, and cavity pressure profiles for this process are shown in Fig.
[12] developed a soft sensor to correlate the MFL to easily measurable variables including injection velocity, screw displacement, injection pressure, and nozzle temperature.
A small positive screw displacement (0.3 mm), which indicated the start of injection, was used as the trigger to start analyzing mold filling.
A Temposonic type III linear velocity and displacement transducer (model RH-N-0200M) is fitted to the machine for the screw displacement and velocity measurements.
The screw displacement also increases in a stepwise manner with the force and is constant during the initial load levels.
They used screw displacement increments instead of time to determine the sampling instants.