torquemeter

torquemeter

[′tȯrk‚mēd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument to measure torque.
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The tested motor was vertically fixed between the rotating torquemeter centres.
Direct ankle assessment techniques using the potentiometer and torquemeter are easier to apply during robot-assisted therapy.
2) to the surface of concrete under test and an ordinary torquemeter is then situated on the preformed groove on the probe and a gradually increasing torque is applied by hand.
Under these conditions, a conventional torquemeter must be oversized to avoid damage, a process that greatly reduces accuracy.
The implants were then inserted vertically by means of a ratchet key, and the insertion torque was measured by an electronic torquemeter.
A torquemeter (2) was connected between the motor and the fan impeller to measure the torque M transferred from the motor to the fan.
These elements are available as competitively priced integrated torque sensors in standard pillow block and torquemeter designs with optional accuracy grades covering torques up to 3000 Nm, shaft speeds to 20,000 rpm and bandwidth to 30 kHz.
The torquemeter measures power applied to the shaft and would show a rapid loss of torque if a turboprop suffered a loss of power.
A torquemeter (Vibrac[TM], Model TQ-512) coupled to the agitation shaft was used for determining the power consumption in a range between 0 and 3.
I firewalled my power lever and pleaded with it to move my torquemeter up toward maximum power.
The CF2700 series NEMA C-face reaction torquemeter responds to dynamic and static inputs.
This proposal would require the installation of a feathering probe and a steel retaining ring in the reduction gear housing (RGH), and replacement of a transfer bobbin installed in the torquemeter.