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ACTRAssociation for Canadian Theatre Research
ACTRAssistant Contract Technical Representative (NMCI liaison)
ACTRAcquisition Cycle Time Reduction
ACTRAcquired Commercial Technology for Retrieval
ACTRAmerican Council of Teachers of Russian
ACTRActuator
ACTRAmerican Consulting Technology and Research (Provo, UT)
ACTRA Christmas To Remember
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With 167 tables and figures supporting the Actuator market analysis, this research provides key statistics on the state of the industry and is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in the market.
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A hand-held setting tool with Bluetooth wireless technology also enables the data from the actuators to be transferred to a PC for analysis using Rotork Insight2 diagnostic software.
When the electric field is applied on both the electrodes of the IPMC actuator, positive ions move to the cathode with water molecules and the volume of the cathode side increases relative to the anode side Therefore, the IPMC actuator bends toward the anode (7).
The active components of the developed actuator are two pair of Nitinol springs which action in an antagonistic way, heated by electric current.
The head, all internal contact components, actuators and key are constructed using stainless steel.
Complicated hydraulic systems running throughout the plane transmit the pilot's commands to actuators that move the wing parts.
Strong product line-up, including Motorized and High Precision Class Actuators, reinforces MISUMI's 'build versus buy' value proposition.
Installing the actuator simply requires mounting and an electrical interface to the motor.
The work, which is planned during regularly scheduled future shuttle maintenance periods over the next five years, will involve the complete refurbishment of the 11 hydraulic actuators on each space shuttle orbiter.
Cooling condenses the vapor, making the bubble actuator contract and get out of the way.