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ROTORRobotic Officer Tactical Operations Research
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As an example, driving down a mountain road will heat up the brakes making the pads and rotors less responsive.
The product size is mainly influenced by the rotational speed of the rotor. The Multirok can be equipped with a variable frequency drive to adjust the rotor speed.
When spinning with rotor machines, the selection of the appropriate rotor is crucial for yarn quality, spinning stability and production rate.
The rotor, which acts as a light sequencer, is regarded as
The studied machine is an ordinary industrial four-pole (2p = 4) induction machine utilizing aluminium single-cage with deep rotor bars to meet the high rotor locked torque with low starting current and low rated slip.
The analysis of TRT rotor system dynamic model is the same as the classic finite element analysis method of multidisc rotor system.
To get a better understanding and an accurate prediction of the dynamic characteristics of shaftdisk-blade units, Chun and Lee [15] developed an analysis substructure synthesis and assumed modes method to investigate the effect of the flexibility of a bladed disk assembly on the vibrational modes of a flexible rotor system.
This is due to the fact that the rotor fault-induced current components are rather weak and can be masked by spectral leakage phenomena or/and affected by finite frequency resolution used [19].
Four bladed Savonius rotor of 1[m.sup.2] projected areas with blade size of 0.92 x 0.46 m fixed on 0.6 m tripod stand was developed in workshop of Mechanical Engineering Department of Quaid-e-Awam University Nawabshah, Sindh, Pakistan.
The development team was tasked with creating a rotor that maintained shape and texture of the foods being tested.