electromotor


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electromotor

(ɪˈlɛktrəʊˌməʊtə)
n
(General Engineering) an electric motor
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6 represents the performance curve of the electromotor.
Keywords: asynchronous electromotor, gear box, cardan joint, centrifugal pump.
170 m, - Electromotor external sun protection (aluminum-venetian blinds) approx.
The transducer can be set to desired frequency of phase currents of electromotor and thus the number of revolutions, by setting the frequency of control signal.
ZW3D has been chosen by Jiangsu DaZhong Electromotor Stock Co.
Figure (3) is a blurred bobbin winding image so that the bobbins move along the drums located on the shaft and at the end of shaft, there is a pulley that receive the force from electromotor head pulley by the belt.
The two sides also discussed exports and imports of iron scrap, aluminum, rods, cement, fruits, vegetables, rice, potatoes, sugar, wheat, cumin, electromotor, wind power plants' equipment, livestock products and oil derivatives and gas to or from Khuzestan province and Pakistan, the official pointed out.
In the future, more ultra light airplanes will be powered by an electromotor with batteries, and large passenger airplanes will use fuel cell APUs for less pollution at airports.
Other topics of the 263 papers include safety evaluation of an overhead traveling crane, packaging foam for liquid crystal display, steering electromotor control of a pallet truck, and a web-based reverse engineering service center for helping small Chinese companies copy foreign products.
The piston could be moved vertically by an electromotor (Bouhler Germany, with maximum power 23 watt) mounted top.
In that way, the voltages and current are measured at the primary circuit of the main transformer and electromotor drive of the drive axles.
Analysis of dynamic of drive concept using induction electromotor and hydraulic gear pump, Dissertation, Univ.