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where [[rho].sub.w] is water density, n is rotational speed, D is propeller diameter, and [K.sub.T] is thrust coefficient obtained by open-water test of propeller.
Richard went on to direct the Thrust SCC campaign which broke the record again in 1997.
The northward movement of Indian Plate with respect to stable Asia is still going on at a rate of 42mm/year (Leathers, 1987).Shortening is manifested by stacking of thrust sheets (Figure 4), which progressively shifted from north to south.
The pushers should be set at the positions with maximum amplitude on the piezoelectric actuator to produce the larger thrust force.
Use a spanner wrench to loosen and free the thrust collar from the muzzle brake.
Its report, published yesterday, concluded that the "dance routine met generally accepted standards", but the final hip thrust on the judges' desk was at the "margins of acceptability" in a programme appealing to a wide family audience.
"The heavy thrust launcher's lift-off thrust will be three times that of the Long March-5, China's current largest launcher," said Liang.
The doors block the thrust that's pushing the airliner forward.
Hydrodynamic thrust bearings are usually annular pad bearings in which one of the moving surfaces rotates relative to the other mating surface.
In the thrust slide bearing, when an oil particle becomes trapped in the sliding space, it can, in theory, never escape due to the moving scroll's orbital motion.
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