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electromechanical

/elec·tro·me·chan·i·cal/ (-mĕ-kan´ĭ-k'l) pertaining to interaction or interconversion of electrical and mechanical energies.
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Problem # 2 "delivery direct counters, electromechanical active energy for single, three-phase".
It was only logical for us to continue working with Hunt to provide users of the 41-Series ERT module with the option of using the long lasting, highly reliable electromechanical meter.
Engineers use Ansoft software to design state-of-the-art products, such as electromechanical components and systems, hybrid-electric vehicles, drive-by-wire systems, power electronics, wireless products, integrated circuits (ICs) and printed circuit boards (PCBs).
AMETEK's Electromechanical Group (EMG) is the world's largest manufacturer of electric motors and blowers for the floor-care industry and a leader in brushless air-moving motors and thermal management subsystems for aerospace, defense, business machine, mass transit, medical, and computer markets.
10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Pasternack, a leading manufacturer and supplier of RF, microwave and millimeter wave products, introduces a large portfolio of in-stock general purpose multi-market coaxial packaged electromechanical switches for RF, microwave and millimeter wave applications.
In that release, the agency "discouraged" use of laparoscopic electromechanical power morcellation.
Al Sabbah Electromechanical, or ASEM, received the Sheikh Khalifa Excellence Award in the Gold category.
Controlled structures with electromechanical and fiber-optical sensors.
Insight electromechanical testing systems are said to be affordable and easy-to-use platforms for performing virtually any static test, according to the company's 20-page, four-color brochure.
com) says electromechanical valve actuation is--at most--16 months away from full production feasibility.
Blurring the boundaries between biology and the realm of electromechanical machinery, technologists have already used components of the natural world such as DNA to make robots.
Static tests are performed with a standard electromechanical UTM.

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