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rotational

characterized by rotation.

rotational crossbreeding system
a program in which the sire for the terminal cross of lamb or calf is changed each year so that the state of heterosis is maintained at a high level.
rotational grazing
see rotational grazing.
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Rotational molding has one important drawback, though: its almost complete reliance on polyethylene, which accounts for 97 percent of the market for rotational molding materials.
Identify line and rotational symmetries"(ACMMG 114; ACARA, 2014).
However from the experimental results increasing rotational speed and decreasing welding speed, achieving the weld quality of Friction stir welded joint.
ERPMSM load tests in motor operation were conducted in delta configuration to achieve more power at lower rotational speeds.
This article can also help logisticians understand the complexities of equipment sourcing and materiel management to support rotational forces.
That is what should not happen, that the brownout would affect the elections I hope the rotational brownout will not happen on the day of the elections.
CNC Milling Supervisor, Lee Billingham, says the company has recently created two-metre-long rotational mould tools for construction industry pipes, which required millions of lines of code.
Previously available with a maximum continuous rotational speed of 20,000 rpm in the standard version, the T40B is now also available in a high speed version which features a rotational speed measuring system, which can be used, without restrictions, at the torque transducer's maximum rated rotation speed up to 24,000 rpm.
The Wallsend-based firm designs and manufactures rotational steel moulds used in the plastics market.
With the Series 100 Rotational Penetrometer, the results received when testing playground surfaces correlate with the ASTM F 1951 standard.
Bohlin and its portfolio of rheometers became part of Malvern Instruments in 2003, adding the strengths in rheometer design that resulted in the launch of the Kinexus range of rotational rheometers in 2008.
A recent survey found that 64% of respondents from Fortune 500 companies and more than 30% of all companies surveyed actively apply the rotational staffing model in their internal audit functions ("Knowledge Alert: Recent Impacts on the Staffing and Sourcing of North American Internal Audit Activities," Institute of Internal Auditors [IIA], 2009).