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rpm

 
revolutions per minute.

rpm

Abbreviation for revolutions per minute.
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During hauling the empty carriage back up the slope, the revolutions of the mechanical flywheel decrease by 2441.513 revolutions per minute. After the empty carriage has been hauled back up the slope, the mechanical flywheel still accumulates a great part of kinetic energy [E.sub.k], which corresponds to 22705.289 revolutions per minute.
The double CD of 2005's Gigantour ( featuring Megadeth, Dream Theater, Anthrax and Fear Factory ( is out today while Skid Row (minus Seb Bach) return with Revolutions Per Minute (SPV) on October 23.
I use the terminology of RPM's (revolutions per minute)--you can obviously use your own jargon in relation to the rotation of the ball.
In line with the schedule laid out three years ago, in mid-December 2004 the AGBR Science and Technology concept demonstrator successfully performed air surveillance and tracking of simulated and real airborne targets while rotating at both thirty and sixty revolutions per minute. This achievement validates the concept for a battlefield sensor mounted aboard a HMMWV (High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle).
UQM noted that the buses are powered by a compressed natural gas (CNG)-fueled, 2.5-liter Ford industrial engine that operates at 2,000 revolutions per minute.
Each engine design has a most efficient rpm (revolutions per minute), each vehicle has different gear ratios, and each vehicle has a different aerodynamic drag profile, so each vehicle has its own peak efficiency/minimum emissions speed.
(IFT) recently announced the completion of diesel additive testing with medium revolutions per minute (rpm) engine operation at independent U.K.-based engine, fuels and lubricants test facility Prodrive.
'With this unique pattern, the software can work out that the ball is moving at so many revolutions per minute and spinning around a certain axis.
The 3.5-inch hard drive has a storage capacity of 80GB, rotates with 7,200 revolutions per minute and is capable of data transfer speeds of 100MB/s.
This results in a variable number of revolutions per minute (RPM) as disc writing/reading progresses from one end to the other.
He adds that the blades turn so slowly (about 7 revolutions per minute) that marine mammals and fish should be able to avoid them, and the blade's leading edges are rounded to minimize injury if a collision does occur.
According to UQM, the new compressor drive motor operates at 24,000 revolutions per minute.