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  • Shock Absorbers, Linear Dampers, and Dashpots-Image
    Shock Absorbers, Linear Dampers, and Dashpots - (285 companies)
    Shock absorbers, linear dampers, and dashpots provide absorption of shock and smooth deceleration in linear motion applications. These devices work by applying an opposing force that is proportional to the velocity of the moving... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Continuous Miners - (14 companies)
    Continuous miners are composed of a rotating steel drum with hard metal teeth that is advanced through a mine in order to simultaneously excavate and extract coal and soft minerals in underground mining operations. Continuous miners are excavation... Learn More
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    Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS) - (29 companies)
    Continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) are used for the evaluation of pollutants from a gaseous exhaust. An integrated scheme of instrument hardware and a data acquisition system allows the operator to repeatedly measure emissions to remain... Learn More
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    Dampers and Louvers - (274 companies)
    Dampers and louvers are used to control the flow of air in a process system or enclosed area. Dampers are usually motorized or manually-adjustable for flow control. Louvers are often fixed for a constant flow rate. Learn More
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    Level Sensors - (1100 companies)
    Level sensors are used to detect liquid or powder levels, or interfaces between liquids. There are two basic level-measurement types: continuous and point or multi-point. Image Credit: ABB Measurement Products | Honeywell | Campbell Scientific... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Process Centrifuges - (216 companies)
    ...particles from a liquid solution. Typically, this separation occurs because of the centrifugal force generated by the rotation of a centrifuge bowl. With industrial process centrifuges, solids are separated from liquids using high-speed gravity. Many... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Vertical Conveyors - (299 companies)
    ...which require the manual rotation or positioning of items. Belt conveyors use an endless, fabric belt and include flat belt, magnetic belt and trough belt conveyors. Bucket conveyors consist of a bucket elevator and an endless belt or chain... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Calenders and Calendering Equipment - (31 companies)
    How to Select Calenders and Calendering Equipment. Image Credit: Qingado Biz International Trade Co. | Alliance Machine and Engraving, LLC. Calenders and calendering equipment apply continuous heat and pressure to densify, smooth, or otherwise... Learn More
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    Cooling Tunnels - (36 companies)
    Cooling tunnels ensure controlled temperature reduction in both batch and continuous process systems. They are similar to air convention ovens, but have no heating capacity. Cooling tunnels use blowers to force ambient air or outside air... Learn More
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    Casting Machines - (29 companies)
    Casters and casting machines handle and process molten metals, alloys, and materials to form a net shape, near-net shape, or continuous stock shape. Variations include die casting machines, vacuum casting machines, continuous or strand casting... Learn More
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  • Flexible Multibody Dynamics
    � 585 virtual velocity ?eld, 585 Component mode synthesis, 484�485 Components of a vector, 6 Composition of rotations, 124�127, 518, 523, 530 Con?guration constraint, 362 Con?guration space, 258 Conformal rotation vector, 539 Conservative force � � 432, 441, 444, 446 Continuous friction law, 89 Contravariant � � Curvilinear coordinates, 32 Cylindrical coordinates, 54 Cylindrical joint, 415 D�Alembert�s principle, 295�303, 385 Dashpot constant, 70 rectilinear �
  • Vibro-Impact Dynamics
    These include lumped and continuous systems. Lumped systems cover a bouncing ball on an oscillating barrier, mass-spring- dashpot systems, normal and inverted pendulums, the spherical pendulum, the ship roll motion against icebergs, joints with free- play, rotor-stator rubbing in rotating machinery, vocal folds, microactuators, strings, beams �
  • https://uwspace.uwaterloo.ca/bitstream/handle/10012/6613/Masoudi_Ramin.pdf?sequence=1
    By applying a rotational grounded dashpot on the hub, the elastic vibrations of the wooden arm are � This will especially a?ect the amplitude of finger force profile and the successive post-impact oscillations, as shown in Figure 5.9; however, due to continuous action of the damper in � � negative directions of the hub rotation , the time of the �
  • Experimental evidence of non-standard bifurcations in non-smooth oscillator dynamics
    boundaries in the phase space: (a) continuous contact with a unique disc; (b) continuous double contact with � and to a linearly viscous dashpot of damping coeffi- cient c; its angular rotation ? at the actual time t with respect to the unstressed position is denoted by x(t) which is assumed positive if counterclockwise.
  • Journal of Aircraft > Kinetic Model of Landing Mat Performance
    Also, the equations assume continuous springs and dashpots , which im- plies that the transverse joints are closed initially and sub- sequent horizontal forces simply compress the mat more tightly. In the event of rotation , however, the prototype mat joints can partially open with no longitudinal or �
  • Energy evolution in complex impacts with friction
    A continuous force model for the impact analysis of flexible multi-body system. Mech Mach Theory, 1987, 22: 213�224 12 Yigit A S, Ulsoy A G, Scott R A. Spring- dashpot models for the dy- namics of a radially rotating beam with impact.
  • Dynamical Systems
    Lankarani HM, Nikravesh PE (1994) Continuous contact force models for impact analysis in multibody systems. Yigit AS, Ulsoy AG, Scott RA (1990) Spring- dashpot models for the dynamics of a radially rotating beam with impact.
  • Rocking of slender rigid bodies allowed to uplift
    It seems that uplift tends to decrease the rocking acceleration, but the rotation can be larger or � The analysis was limited to two types of foundations: the continuous elastic foundation with viscous damping (the well-known Winkler model) and a two-spring foundation in which the structure is supported by two springs and dashpots symmetrically placed under the base.
  • | Open Access | OMICS Publishing Group
    Load-deformation model: The oil sands load-deformation model is created as a continuous system with a � � a unit model with two DOFs, which have been idealized to a simple mass-spring- dashpot system. This unit will undergo translation (bounce) and rotation (pitch).
  • Motorcycle technique
    By a braking operation, the brake pressure of the hand or foot braking cylinder acts first on the brake calipers ( brake cylinder ) and the expansion piston. The wheel rotation is again stable, the pressure of liquid is continually increased in the system while 2 braking liquid into the braking circulation is pumped back via the high-pressure pump P by now open valve.