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Standards and Technical Documents - In-plane forces and moments on installed inclined propellers at low forward speeds. -- 89047Supplier: IHS ESDU
Description: ESDU 89047 gives simple semi-empirical methods for estimating the forces and moments on single or contra-rotating propellers inclined at angles up to 20 degrees with the local flow. The results are given graphically as derivatives with respect to the local flow angle, and that must be separately
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: Shear Strength Characterization of Geosynthetic Interfaces on Inclined Planes Volume 22, Issue 4 (December 1999) Tests to characterize the shear strength of geosynthetic interfaces under low confinement pressure were carried out on an instrumented inclined plane apparatus designed at Lirigm
Supplier: GEEPLUS Inc.
Description: The rotary movement in our rotary solenoids is converted from a linear motion by the mechanical design of an inclined plane. There are three uniform spiral grooves that are stamped into both the case and the armature, called "ball races". The ball races provide the conversion of linear to rotary
- Maximum Rotary Stroke: 30 degrees
- Direction: Clockwise, Counterclockwise
- DC Input Options: 6VDC, 12VDC, 24VDC, Other DC Voltage
- Power Rating (DC watts or AC VA): 8 to 40 DC watts or AC VA
Supplier: ASME Training & Development
Description: Although the mechanical principles that make a screw or bolt work are elementary – the inclined plane and the lever – the proper application of those simple machine principles to seal a vertical joint or sustain a tower crane under stress, is extremely complex. For many years, there has
- Type: Course
- Modality: Off Site (Conference / Seminar)
- Industry: Building / Construction, Nuclear / Utility
- Technology / Subject: Assembly / Fastening, Standards, Specialty / Other
Standards and Technical Documents - Electrical insulating materials used under severe ambient conditions - Test methods for evaluating resistance to tracking and erosion -- IEC 60587:2007
Description: IEC 60587:2007 describes two test methods for the evaluation of electrical insulating materials for use under severe ambient conditions at power frequencies (45 Hz to 65 Hz) by measurement of the resistance to tracking and erosion, using a liquid contaminant and inclined plane specimens. The two
Supplier: Silicon Sensing Systems
Description: ) In-plane, orthogonal and 20º inclined sensing options (CRM100, CRM200 and CRM120) User selectable dynamic ranges; 75º/s, 150º/s, 300º/s and 900º/s (maximum 1,000º/s) Analogue and Digital ( SPI ® ) output modes User adjustable bandwidth to 160Hz 3V supply Low
- Package Type / Mounting: Surface Mount (SMD)
- Rated Angular Rates: 12.5 to 150 rpm
- Bandwidth: 5 to 160 Hz
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 221 F
Supplier: Silicon Sensing Systems
Description: ) In-plane, orthogonal and 20º inclined sensing options (CRM100, CRM200 and CRM120) User selectable dynamic ranges; 75º/s, 150º/s, 300º/s and 900º/s (maximum 1,000º/s) Analogue and Digital (SPI®) output modes User adjustable bandwidth to 160Hz 3V supply Low
- Type: Other
- Angular / Rotary Axes: Uniaxial
- Angular Rate Range: 450 rpm
- Bandwidth: 160 Hz
Supplier: BLM GROUP USA Corporation
Description: . A new advanced loading system continuously controls each bar which is never in a free fall and is deposited in the feed zone without scratches or surface damages. Loaders are available for bars, for bundles of tubes and for inclined planes, in various lengths. Main features: blade-guide device
Supplier: Artifex Engineering
Description: The wedge is an optical element having plane inclined surfaces. Usually the faces are inclined toward one another at very small angles. Wedges divert light toward their thicker portions. These optics may be used to deviate a beam or to frustrate etalon effects in beam splitting or window
- Prism Type: Wedge
Supplier: Waterman Industries, Inc.
Description: styles to fit most installation needs. A 7 1/2º inclined seating plane is used to ensure that the valve will not "hang open" from slight pipe sagging or off grade. A positive stop prevents over opening. The flange model (PF-25f) may be furnished with either iron or bronze seat faces
Supplier: Pepperl+Fuchs International
Description: indicators visible from all directions Insensitive to printing, colors, and shining surfaces Material weight from 10 g/m2 up to over 2000 g/m2 Very wide material spectrum, finest papers up to thin sheet metals as well as plastic- and metal foils Perpendicular or inclined sensor mounting relative
- Operating Distance: 0.7874 to 2.36 inch
- Operating Temperature: 32 to 140 F
- Output: Switched / Alarm
Supplier: Rolmaster Conveyors
Description: Floor To Floor Slider Bed Model FTFSB is a slider bed, inclined belt conveyor used to transport products up or down between floors. It can also be used as a booster conveyor in a system where gravity is used further down a conveyor line. The FTFSB is designed for inclines up to 30 degrees
- Conveyor Type: Belt Conveyor
- Speed: 2 to 30 in/sec
Supplier: Waterman Industries, Inc.
Description: 304 stainless steel. Hinge bushings are bronze. Gate features a minimum of 2 1/2 degree seat incline to assure positive closing. Finished seating faces are machined to a flat plane within .002 T.I.R. Optional dovetail beonze seat faces, stainless steel seat faces, and a dovetail neoprene seat
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Response of Structures to atmospheric turbulence
to atmospheric turbulence. Response to across-wind turbulence components). Four separate cases may be treated. The first is a uniform ground-based vertical cantilever, and responses are deflection and acceleration at the top and bending moment at the base. The second is a uniform line-like structure that may be inclined in the cross-wind plane with its base above ground level; responses are deflection, acceleration and bending moment at mid-span of a single-span structure, or deflection... (read more)
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MECO Shaft Seals
MECO AH Type-2
The MECO AH Type-2 seal model is the answer to the question, "How can we fit a split or unsplit face seal in the existing space?" The seal model is used on horizontal, inclined and vertical shafts. The seal design is applicable when an inert barrier fluid is required to isolate the process from the atmosphere. They are used on blenders, bucket elevators, some polymer extruders, and both ends of a screw conveyor. Two unique configurations following the core principles are available. The seal may... (read more)
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Silicon Sensing Systems
PinPoint® - Single-Axis MEMS Gyroscope
1.2 - CRM100). Proven and robust silicon MEMS vibrating ring gyro. Class-leading bias and noise over temperature for precision navigation and pointing. In-plane, orthogonal and 20 º (inclined) sensing options (part numbers CRM100, CRM200 and CRM120). User selectable dynamic ranges; 75 º/s, 150 º/s, 300 º/s and 900 º/s (maximum 1,000 º/s). User adjustable bandwidth (to 160Hz)Analogue and digital ( SPI ® ) outputs 3V supply. Low power consumption (4mA). High shock... (read more)
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Wedge drives precision elevator
and requires more vertical headroom. The inclined-plane design offers a lower profile and easy access to the load. Centering the load over the bearings eliminates deflections from a cantilevered load. A new elevator stage, the PZA 25 from uses a precision-machined wedge and recirculating bearings to position
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Systems AG (Biel-Bienne, Switzerland), the ball bearing structure differs from radial ball bearings in that the raceway consists of four inclined planes. For biocompatibility, the rings and ball separator are made from a titanium alloy and the ceramic balls from a zirconium oxide called myrox
Effect of Cross-Axis Inclination on the Scale Factor of 756-Series Mid-Range Miniature Tilt Sensors
Tilt sensors are calibrated by tilting them in a vertical plane and measuring their outputs at known angles. If a sensor is subsequently inclined by the cross-axis angle ß (Figure 1) and again rotated in a vertical plane, its output at the same known angles will be different than in the initial
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Specifically, in responding to data analysis questions, students who used the virtual manipulative before the physical manipulative were more likely to describe work as constant across different lengths of frictionless inclined planes (or pulley systems) and were more likely to adequately compare …
Conventional roentgen diagnosis of the skeletal system
Purpose of the receiving: Morphological representation the bone and articulated structures of the head at an inclined level adjacent to the frontal plane.
History of Virtual Work Laws
126.96.36.199 Hero’s inclined plane law . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The English Galileo
According to this conception, projectile motion is composed of a motion in the direction of projection modelled after the motion along an inclined plane and a vertical motion of free fall.
Mechanics and Natural Philosophy Before the Scientific Revolution
The Enigma of the Inclined Plane from Heron to Galileo .
The new science of motion: A study of Galileo's De motu locali
GALILEO' first theorem on motion along inclined planes (see p. t 52) sole explicit postulate of De motu locali (see p. 12t) De motu locali, Bk.
Tartaglia’s Science of Weights and Mechanics in the Sixteenth Century
188.8.131.52.3 The Inclined Plane Law . . . . . . . . .
Galileo and the Equations of Motion
… the field of dynamics, which we intend to be interested in, one goes from “principles” (inertia principle, principle of relativity—that is so Galilean) to “laws” and, anyhow, relations (motion with constant acceleration, parabolic trajectory of projectiles, inclined planes , isochronism of the small …
Soil Geosynthetic Interaction: Design Parameters from Experimental and Theoretical Analysis
In the paper, the soil-geosynthetic interaction in pullout, direct shear, and inclined plane tests under both static and cyclic loading is analyzed based on the different theoretical and experimental results carried out by the authors and also available in literature.
Silicone Composite Insulators
456 11.5 Inclined Plane Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The inclined plane and the pendulum were crucial in the development of Ga- lileo’s kinematics and Newton’s dynamics in the seventeenth century.
Finally, we investigate the evaporative crystallization of glycine and alanine, and the clustering of magnetite nanocrystals, in emulsion films flowing down an inclined plane .
A Fisheries Evaluation of the Wapato, Sunnyside and Toppenish Creek Canal Fish Screening Facilities, Spring 1988 : Annual Report.
Inclined Plane Used at the Toppenish Creek Canal Fish Screening Facility, Spring 1988 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .