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count·er·bal·anc·ing

(kown'ter-bal'antz-ing),
A procedure in behavorial research for distributing unwanted but unavoidable influences equally among the different experimental conditions or subjects.
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Scientifically speaking, when the machine is cocked (the counterweight is raised) then potential energy is accumulated into it.
To be exact, it was $55, including replacement parts for the bent counterweight arm, the labor involved, and shipping
With the lintel tied off to the short end of the high lever, the long end is tied off to the counterweight, and a Z hole excavated beneath the counterweight.
5 tonnes of upper counterweight and 145 tonnes of carbody counterweight.
Supply and installation of lifting and counterweight ropes on the six large windows of Wesel Datteln channel (Frederick Field, HE-nxe, Dorsten, Flaesheim, Ahsen, dates).
The standard additional counterweight provides the same level of lift capacity and stability that a conventional tail swing excavator provides, but uses a contoured cab design that allows the cab to swing within the same swing radius as the counterweight.
Their products are primarily sold in the United States to original equipment manufacturers of construction and industrial related equipment that employ counterweights for stability through counterweight leverage in the operation of equipment used to hoist heavy loads, such as elevators and cranes.
A short counterweight allows it to dig nearer to buildings and obstructions.
4 tonne stabilising counterweight crashed on to him on the site in Colquitt Street on January 15, 2007.
Comes standard with a 13-foot, 1-inch arm, a 16,300-pound counterweight and 32-inch triple semi-grouser shoes.