eccentric force

eccentric force

a force applied at a distance away from an axis of rotation, therefore a force causing a rotational moment (torque). Applies to all muscle actions at joints, whether the muscle itself is acting eccentrically or concentrically. See also concentric contraction, eccentric action.
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The remaining, active spring quickly compressed, yielding a hard-stop and transferring a great deal of eccentric force into the hanger-hanger connection, producing dynamic excitation, unforeseen 3D motions, misalignment, and load amplification.
Introduction: Eccentric exercise leading to delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) occurs when the muscle must generate unaccustomed eccentric force for an increased intensity and/or duration.
The frequency of operation is 12Hz at which speed the eccentric force generated is 350N and a flywheel keeps speed fluctuations to within 1 percent of the steady rotation speed.
the earnest fallacy do not speak to some engaging quality you see in yourself--for being unusual, an eccentric force of brain will; you are not the neem of a tropical tree.
An eccentric force would be acting that would try to change the spin or cause stress at the axis.
Flow rates are adjustable by resetting the eccentric force during operation or with an optional speed controller.
Friction is reduced by eliminating eccentric forces between the cylinder walls, pistons, and rings, thereby improving durability and emissions service life.
The junction also acts as the principal point of structural transition, where eccentric forces are equalised and resolved, and where the bridge is seen at its most light.
Otherwise, the eccentric forces imposed on the downhill stretches will cause severe delayed onset muscle soreness and can injure unaccustomed joints.