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Arturo B., 20th-century Philippine internist. See: Rotor syndrome.
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If axle seals are leaking onto the brakes it will ruin the brake pads and rotors.
These will all have to rely on rotors for the seemingly magical play of lights that will sync with Christmas carols and modern songs in the contest's three rounds.
NUMERAL COMPARISON OF STUDIED ROTORS. Harmonic Component Magnitude [p.u.] Harmonic order Straight Skewed Skewed with intermediate ring 1st 1 0.971 0.922 5th 0.031 0.0727 0.073 7th 0.087 0.081 0.045 11th 0.089 0.031 0.008 13th 0.091 0.034 0.032 17th 0.142 0.084 0.071 19th 0.086 0.148 0.184 23rd 0.260 0.251 0.241 25th 0.137 0.091 0.091 35th 0.034 0.031 0.031 37th 0.046 0.037 0.039 47th 0.126 0.103 0.094 49th 0.107 0.061 0.057
The vibration problems of the rotor system within rotating machinery are an important safety issue in engineering.
Childs, "Rub-induced parametric excitation in rotors," Journal of Mechanical Design, vol.
Healthy rotor and rotors with one and three fully broken bars
The ODGV surrounds the vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) and enhances the VAWT performance by increasing the incoming wind speed and guiding it to an optimum flow angle before it strikes with the rotor blades.
In addition, rotor blades are subjected to complex aeroelastic interactions and elastic deflections.
Rubbing between the rotor and the stator is a serious malfunction, which frequently happens in the operation of a rotating machine.
Eppendorf has four rotors for centrifuges 5804/R and 5810/R.