working stroke


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working stroke

the distance through which myosin pulls an actin molecule in a contraction cycle.
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work·ing stroke

(wŏrking strōk)
Scaling or root planing action of a dental instrument.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The measured values of the average speed of the joke with the AE [V.sub.0], for different values of the working stroke of the joke [Z.sub.e] are 8 to 15% less than the calculated ones, which can be explained not by complete consideration of all opposing and braking forces.
Machines with a hydraulic drive and other necessary conditions like suitable design, sophisticated drive system, gauging devices and manipulators allow the working stroke to be adjusted during the forging process.
One way to increase the pressing force is to utilize the return cylinders to generate force in the working stroke. The other way of achieving pressing force enhancement is by increasing the pressure in the hydraulic circuit.