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Supplier: TPL, Inc.
Description: TPL’s process metallurgically bonds the bearing into the housing. TPL's bimetallic bearings can be used in rotating shafts, transmissions, gear boxes, wheels and casters, pin joints in hydraulic and mechanical arms, precision motion systems and anything else that requires a housed bearing.
- Bushing Type: Sleeve
- Design Units: Inch
- Inside Diameter: 0.2500 to 6 inch
- Bearing Surface Material: Bronze - Sintered, Other
Description: The outstanding performance, which is already known in our MR - MRE series motors, is the result of an original and patented design. The principle is to transmit the effort from the stator to the rotating shaft by means of a pressurized column of oil instead of the more common connecting rods
- Operating Speed: 0.5000 to 70 rpm
- Operating Pressure: 3046 to 5802 psi
- Power: 276 to 413 HP
- Motor Type: Radial Piston
Description: The outstanding performance of this motor is the result of an original and patented design. The principle is to transmit the effort from the stator to the rotating shaft by means of a pressurized column of oil instead of the more common connecting rods, pistons, pads and pins. This oil column
- Operating Speed: 1 to 1150 rpm
- Operating Pressure: 3266 to 6092 psi
- Power: 22.8 to 33.5 HP
- Motor Type: Radial Piston
Supplier: Velan, Inc.
Description: alloy facing also available. • Disc assembly: Non-rotating disc is fastened securely to disc hanger with a lock nut and cotter pin. Disc hanger is supported on a sturdy disc carrier hinge pin of excellent bearing qualities. All parts are accessible from top for easy servicing. • Flanges
- Valve Type: Swing Check Valves
- Valve Size: 2 to 48 inch
- Connection: Bolt Flange
- Agency / Standard: ASME
Description: with a mechanical connection at the lips at each end, which seal against the spherical surfaces of the cylinder-head and the spherical surface of the rotating shaft . These lips retain their circular cross section when stressed by the pressure so there is no alteration in the sealing geometry
- Operating Speed: 0.5000 to 450 rpm
- Operating Pressure: 72.5 to 6092 psi
- Power: 61.7 to 210 HP
- Motor Type: Radial Piston
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The micromechanics of three‐dimensional collagen‐I gels
… the model for the collagen gel, each fiber is treated as an elastic beam that resists stretching and bending and each crosslink is treated as a torsional spring, making it more stiff than a freely rotating pin joint but less stiff than …
The Micromechanics of Three Dimensional Collagen-I Gels
… gel, each fiber is treated as a discrete worm-like-chain (WLC)  which resists stretching and bending, and each cross-link is treated as a torsional spring, thus more stiﬀ than a freely rotat- ing pin joint but less stiﬀ than …
They belong for form-locking clutches because the force transmission takes place via thrust joints (claws, teeth), and swivel joints ( pin in bearing bushes).
Mechanisms and Robots Analysis with MATLAB®
Figures 1.3a and 1.3b show two forms of a planar, one degree of freedom joint, namely a rotating pin joint and a translating slider joint.
Mechanics of a Fiber Network Within a Non-Fibrillar Matrix: Model and Comparison with Collagen-Agarose Co-gels
Nodes at fiber intersection points were modeled as freely rotating pin joints , and fibers were modeled as one-dimensional nonlinear springs, with the force on each fiber defined .
Plastic Collapse in Part-Wall Flaws in Plates
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When engaged, this attachment behaves as a freely- rotating pin joint .
The behavior of intervertebral discs by scoliosis
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