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tire

(tīr) [AS. teorian, to tire]
1. To become fatigued.
2. To exhaust or fatigue.
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He says the increases in rubber prices and delays in production from the major manufacturers of pneumatic tires are reasons for the shortages that are driving people to solid tires.
Furthermore, unfiltered solar radiation degrades rubber, and pneumatic tires pose an unacceptable risk of deflation.
It is equipped with pneumatic tires for ease of maneuverability over rocky terrain and is equipped with a roller to allow pipe to traverse easily through the hook-arm.
We wanted to ensure that engineers in the automotive industry focused on tire manufacturing, chassis/suspension design, stability control, off-road vehicles and heavy-duty mobile equipment with pneumatic tires, as well as university teachers and researchers in vehicle dynamics and control, have the most cutting-edge tools available to efficiently and effectively design the safest and best vehicles.
Key statement: A method for recovering uncured rubber from unused electron beam pre-cured rubber stock used in the manufacture of pneumatic tires.
In the past year Goodyear has been evaluating the Apollo lunar rover wheel, prototype pneumatic tires and non-pneumatic concepts to build a baseline understanding of the mechanics of these wheels and the challenges of the lunar environment.
Methods are described for making the polymer reaction product, their use in preparing vulcanized elastomeric compositions, and articles made from such compositions, including pneumatic tires, tire treads, belts, and the like.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20030904/USCSCLOGO ) Name of Product: DeVilbiss Air Power Company Pressure Washers and Air Compressors with pneumatic tires and plastic hubs.
invention of the balloon-expandable stent used today in heart surgery, pioneering contributions to the Human Genome Project, invention of the technology that allows open-air freezers to be used in food markets, relocation of the heaviest building ever moved on pneumatic tires through city streets first VLSI implementation of WiFi, and the development and commercialization of one of the first humanized monoclonal antibodies approved for cancer treatment in the U.
Key statement: The first invention relates to a vehicle with pneumatic tires characterized in that the vehicle comprises a cooling unit which expels a fluid to cool the pneumatic tire from the outside thereof at least when the air pressure of the pneumatic tire decreases.