rotational movement


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rotational movement

Movement around an axis, as in hinge movement of the temporomandibular joint or rotation of a tooth around its longitudinal axis in tooth movement or extraction.
See: bodily movement; tipping movement
See also: movement
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Spin is a rotational movement where a part with axisymmetric locators and locks is rotated around its axis to engage the base.
The driving into the rotational movement is made by a transmission with 5V belts (2, 3, and 4) from a DC eledctric motor (1).
2004) suggested that the rotational movement may be producing micro-trauma that leads to capsular contracture and ROM deficits, such as seen in shoulders of throwing athletes.
The mechanism consists of a rocker arm with twin links that close the intake valves by transferring rotational movement to the output cam via a driveshaft with an eccentric cam.
Because repetitive loads, shock, and vibrational loosening must be decisively managed, traditional fasteners susceptible to self-loosening rotational movement, stripping, and shearing are not always appropriate.
The delivery phase begins with the rotational movement.
Powering Sensors in Hostile Environments: Fady Mishriki, CEO/Business Development & Co-Founder, Power-by-Proxi - In wet, dirty environments - especially where rotational movement is involved - power cables and physical connectors are problematic, expensive, and unreliable.
These single-channel/multi-axis rotary joints are targeted to applications where linear and rotational movement may cause undue stress and strain on the coaxial cables and the connectors they mate to.
The evolution of life on Earth has been dominated by the influence of the daily rhythms imposed by its rotational movement.
The two cylinders have a translation movement along radial way and a rotational movement around the axes.
The Gentle Motion retort accelerates sterilization through longitudinal motion, rather than rotational movement.
Trailer Sway Control works by using an angle sensor, that's located in the steering column, to gauge driver's intended rotational movement around the axis of the vehicle-which determines the vehicle's direction.