variable force

variable force

[′ver·ē·ə·bəl ′fȯrs]
(mechanics)
A force whose direction or magnitude or both change with time.
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BorgWarners AWD coupling employs a hydraulic actuator to apply variable force to the clutch package using hydraulic pressure and a working piston.
According to the company, AWD coupling employs a hydraulic actuator to apply variable force to the clutch package using hydraulic pressure and a working piston.
Other older insults, of variable force, include "moke", "idiot", from the common dialectal word for a donkey or horse; "ratbag", usually gendered, from "rat" and "bag", "woman"; "swiper", "drunk", from "swipes", a late 18th-century term for the weak beer served by the purser to a ship's crew (ultimately from the dialectal "to swipe", "to drink hastily and greedily").
Xie [8] performed a system-level analysis to investigate the effect of flow forces on a flow control variable force solenoid used in automatic transmission.
The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of constant force or variable force practice with task-related EMGBFB-assisted TA exercise training, according to the principles of motor learning, on the TA muscle strength, balance, and lower limb motor function in people with chronic stroke.
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Elasticity of plate affects the induction of additional reactions of element "1" which manifest as moments (8) and linear variable force (9):
and speed is of the variables that control the level of effectiveness of the digital long jump, in addition to upgrading that force is a key influential variable in this event, since the force associated with upgrading as soon as gained during the Alrkdp Rough, and the variable force is affected by raising exercises Albulayomturk used to Ttoiralqop.
The 22-year-old Ashour has been a variable force since taking the world title in Manchester last year, but now he was dangerous from the start, seemingly capable of flashing a rally-changing shot from any position.
Linear vibration welders (4 standard models) with powerful and efficient patented two-pole digital (servo) drive and ultra-quiet sound enclosures offer precise welding control or large and small applications by allowing up to eight individual steps of time, collapse distance and absolute distance with variable force and amplitude each step.
The flexibility of unit trusts to adopt bold strategies and their exposure to that extra variable force - market demand for its own shares - means the value is less predictable than unit trusts.
In the capillary rheometer, however, the force used to extrude the polymer is generated by a motor and screw or servo-hydraulic system with the capability of producing a variable force and rate of extrusion.

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