mechanical efficiency


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me·chan·i·cal ef·fi·ci·en·cy

(mĕ-kan'i-kăl ē-fish'ĕn-sē)
The ratio of work output to work input, expressed as a percentage.
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4) showed that the final 5 repetitions of a 10RM set in the LP exercise led to higher EE than the first 5 repetitions, due to a loss in mechanical efficiency during exercise.
The exclusive co-axial escapement was the first practical new watch escapement to be invented in some 250 years and its advantages - reduced sliding friction, greater mechanical efficiency, more stable precision and improved shock resistance - have caused the entire watch industry to take notice.
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Regarding recent correspondence on wind turbines, there are all kinds of machine efficiency: thermal efficiency, volumetric efficiency, mechanical efficiency etc etc (Letters, PE July).
Innovative technologies from Grundfos bring together intelligence, motors, hydraulics and functionality to meet the challenges of modern wastewater, maximising the hydraulic, electrical and mechanical efficiency of pumps," a company statement said.
Running biomechanics: Physical therapist Robert Wayner and University of Oregon Motional Analysis Laboratory researcher Jim Becker will present an analysis of running biomechanics, using 2010 Eugene Marathon champion Craig Leon to demonstrate how they use hands-on evaluation and state-of-the-art equipment to help runners improve their mechanical efficiency, decrease injury risk and rehabilitate injuries.

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