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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Both translation and rotational movements of the table is possible to set up.
Maximal isometric strength exerted by the muscles necessary to carry out the right rotational movement at all angles tested (59,571 [+ or -] 17,509Nm at 30[degrees] angle, 49,143 [+ or -] 15,841Nm at 0[degrees] angle, and 35,905 [+ or -] 12,124Nm at 30[degrees] angle) is not significant different than maximal isometric strength exerted by the muscles necessary to carry out the left rotational movement (54,333 [+ or -] 18,386Nm at -30[degrees] angle, 44,238 [+ or -] 16,655Nm at 0[degrees] angle, and 32,238 [+ or -] 13,206Nm at 30[degrees] angle).
Once the muscles are strong enough and the ligament is mature that it can begin to be subjected to rotational movements.
The elements of intensive mixing are characterized by such areas where the polymer flow is multiply divided and combined at the participation of the rotational movement.
For example, athletes who participate in sports requiring repetitive unilateral rotational movement, such as tennis and baseball have experienced differences in their side-to-side (bilateral) joint ROM (4, 9, 17, 19).
A shutter rotational movement that produces a sequential series of light pulses sequenced proportional to the movement of the shutter.
A2-5, 16C high-torque, Super-Precision quick-change rotary system has no gears or mechanical elements and is a workhorse for applications that require limited rotational movement but that repeat for long periods of time.
a], show the torsional resistance to rotational movement and may be used to quantify the classic dynamic friction, or the resistance to move one surface over another at a given velocity.
He has been put in a back support - to prevent his spine from rotational movement - and has to go for another
The LokDown System provides mechanical fasteners integrated into the insulator to prevent lateral, vertical and rotational movement of the insulator, minimizing the potential for the rocking action from high torque drive trays and racks.
The revolutionary pump design converts rotational movement to reciprocating linear movement by driving a mechanism consisting of only two working parts.