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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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Spectators are covered by a 35-foot by 80-foot retractable fabric panel that is electromechanically operated.
Electromechanically active polymers (EAPs) form a broad family of "smart materials" capable of transducing energy from the electrical to the mechanical form, and vice versa.
The luggage bay with electromechanically operated tailgate can take a family style 490 litres of cargo, which extends to 1,430 litres with rear seat backs folded flat.
This innovative, more efficient power distribution system will be an intelligent, electronically controlled grid, as opposed to today's antiquated, electromechanically controlled power lines.
Respiratory rate is controlled electromechanically via a microsolenoid valve.
Some specific topics examined include the interaction between the road surface, tire, and brake; mechatronic systems; electrically, electrohydraulically, electromechanically, and actuated braking systems; and vibration and noise.
Electromechanically operated and using pressure from a mechanical rotor rather than a pneumatic air source, the dispenser moves adhesives or solvents with viscosities up to 5,000 cPs.
According to the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), the existing radial, electromechanically controlled electric grid is being transformed into an electronically controlled smart electricity network to handle the growing demands of competitive markets in terms of scale, transactional complexity and power quality.
Gravure Printability Comparison of Laser and Electromechanically Engraved Cylinder, Xiaoying Rong, Western Michigan University
For safety measures, the machine's sides are electromechanically protected with movable working platforms and safety doors.
They compared reports of data representing electromechanically produced pen deflections when recorded as a frequency of occurrence of the event and when measured using time-sampling procedures.