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slewing

[′slü·iŋ]
(engineering)
Moving a radar antenna or a sonar transducer rapidly in a horizontal or vertical direction, or both.
(navigation)
In sea ice navigation, the act of forcing a ship through ice by pushing apart adjoining ice floes.

slewing

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i. Of a gyro, the rotation of the spin axis caused by applying torque about the axis of rotation.
ii. In radar, changing the scale on the display.
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As a result, a slewing bearing is always a highly customised design, created in close collaboration between the OEM and bearing supplier.
"All the slewing rings are very rigid, simple to fit, extremely wear-resistant and the maintenance-free sliding parts can be easily replaced", says Matthew Aldridge of igus UK Ltd.
The contract covered slewing bearings for 45 metro trains consisting of nine wagons each for delivery to the operator Metro Mexico in Mexico City, SKF said.
[ClickPress, Fri Jul 26 2019] The slewing drives market has witnessed the inclination of companies toward improving the lifecycle and reliability of their products, in turn adding to versatility of their application.
[ClickPress, Mon Jul 22 2019] MRRSE, in its new analytical study, offers a long-term forecast of the slewing drives market for the period of 2019 and 2027.
Liebherr offers moment bearings in two main designs: depending on the requirements, the prevailing loads and customer specification, double-row tapered roller bearings or triple-row roller bearing slewing rings are used.
Repeatedly slewing back and forth between the same targets placed them in the same eyepiece position each time, demonstrating a lack of mechanical slippage.
"Continuous slewing offers the operator the best possible load access, avoiding unnecessary backtracking, and enables safer operation with no awkward lifts and stopping in risky positions.
The standard controller offers four slewing speeds: 5[degree sign], 0.75[degree sign], 8 arcminutes, and 2 arcminutes per second.
One is for fast slewing (up to 10 [degrees] per second when operated with fresh batteries) and the slower "find" speed (2 [degrees] per second).
This is the largest slewing drive that Liebherr has developed and manufactured so far.