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TTrue
TTelephone
TTrainer (US military aircraft designation; as in T-1 Seastar)
TTime
TTeen (ESRB)
TTeam
TTechnology
TTest
TTraining
TTen (playing card)
TTerm (life insurance)
TTechnical (foul)
TTip
TTraffic
TTarget Corporation (IRB)
TMassachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
TTechno
TTea
TTie
TToyota
TTemperature
TDraft (naval architecture; waterline height)
TAT&T (stock exchange symbol)
TTank (oil & water tanks)
TTerminal
TTransition Metal
TTestosterone
TTransformation (mathematics)
TAlberta (postal code designation, Canada)
TTactics
TTackle (football)
TTreasury (various organizations)
TTerrorist
TTransmit
TTango (aviation letter code)
TTraded (baseball card set designation)
TTorque
TThesis
TTera
TTranspose
TTasmania
TTrillion
TThroughput
Tteaspoon
TTonne
Ttablespoon
TTesla
TThunderstorm (weather reports)
TTopps (baseball card manufacturer)
TTaxe (French: tax; postage due mark; philately)
TThymus
TTORX (Textron Inc. driver/fastening system)
TT-Mo (rapper)
TThreonine (amino acid)
TTransmittance
TTurbocharge(d)
TThrust Force (aerodynamic equations)
TTopicality (debate)
TThymine (DNA base)
TTemporary Register
TT-Joint (welded joint type)
TTransmissivity
TThoracic Vertebra (prefix, as in T-1, T-2)
TTureaud (Mr. T)
TUS Telegraph (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
TTrue Bearing
TThermostabilized (space food)
TTiefdruckgebiet (German: low pressure system)
TTaxable Item
TTracer element (US military ammunition)
TPrimary immune system white blood cell
TUS DoT tire speed rating (118 mph)
TWith mark approval by Dentori or Japan Electrical Testing Laboratory (JET)
References in periodicals archive ?
A vertical down bend involves the same friction force, but since the thrust force is upward, pushing against disturbed backfill above the pipe, Rs is not used.
In order to study the thrust force and torque evolution, there have been made tests regarding the influence of the cutting speed and feed.
But as soon as densely compacted or rocky soils are encountered, these drills reach their thrust force, rotational torque and flushing pressure capacities and cannot complete the bore.
The attractive force of a linear motor's magnets is typically three times greater than the thrust force.
Maximum thrust force is 600,000 pounds and maximum output torque is 107,257 foot pounds.
It was also established that thrust force is obtained through the modification of the parameters of the flow, the most important being mass, thermal, mechanic (pressure) and geometric ones.
As a senior employee at the recycling park commented, "The thrust force and acceleration of the L 566 XPower are excellent.
Under-designed jacking force--In cases where a thrust force is required for advancement of the trenchless feature, unstable ground conditions like roof falls or cave-ins may bear-down on the microtunneling frame and result in underestimation of required jacking force(s); and
A propeller acts like a screw unscrewing from the water, developing a thrust force that a thrust bearing transfers to the hull.
The cutting forces analyzed were actually the thrust force, the torque and the resultant side force.
Those with 40% webs require almost four times the feed thrust force of a 20% web drill.
crammer auger that generates only 200 psi of polymer pressure will generate more 5500 lb of upward thrust force.