static machine

static machine

[′stad·ik mə‚shēn]
(electricity)
A machine for generating electric charges, usually by electric induction, sometimes used to build up high voltages for research purposes.
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What's more it required to be easily fitted into Instron 8516 static machine standard jaws.
So I decided to keep it as a static machine for people at the show to look at."
Consider a static machine compared to an off-road vehicle, or military equipment in the vicinity of an explosion.
One more thing that many people don't know is that short circuit is caused only by a dynamic machine and never by a static machine.
"A man had got trapped between a moving piece of machinery on a railway track and a static machine.
People have given up the dream of changing things for the better for a static machine ideology .
The underlying argument is that people have given up a dynamic political model of the world - the dream of changing things for the better - for a static machine ideology that says everyone is a component in a system.
A COVENTRY man who got into exercise after giving up smoking is aiming to set a new record for rowing on a static machine to raise money for charity.
Applications in static machine guarding scenarios may have an operator working two processing stations--carrying out a specific task at the first station whilst the hazardous machining head is positioned at station two.
Pensacola Concrete owns a TRS-125 static machine which was initially planned for use to complete the project.
Should an obstruction such as a concrete pour over a patched area be encountered with the system, the static machine may "max out," but the hammer will continue to make useful progress.
Earlier this year Brett travelled to the company's headquarters in Augsburg, where a static machine was connected to moving pictures of Mars.