outrunner


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outrunner

(ˈaʊtˌrʌnə)
n
1. an attendant who runs in front of a carriage, etc
2. the leading dog in a sled team
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Signals of this kind, made by outrunners from one central point, will rouse a wide circuit of the mountains in a wonderfully short space of time; and bring the straggling hunters and warriors to the standard of their chieftain.
Hub motors are PM BLDC motors with inversely located rotor and stator placements according to commonly used conventional motor types and called outrunner BLDC with stators located at inner and rotor at the outer region of the motor.
Washington, May 25 ( ANI ): Florida-based Robotics Unlimited has built OutRunner, a six-legged robot that can reach speeds up to 45 miles per hour on a treadmill and 25 miles per hour outdoors.
We have used outrunner brushless motors because our main aim of flight is to make the CRAV hover at a place to take clear videos.
High-power BL280, 1800kV outrunner power system installed,
The Outrunner line of products, sold under the Timken brand, is intended to complement the company's existing product line.
THE Outrunner is a 12k adventure-style off-road run that takes place as part of The Outsider music and adventure festival.
The Outrunner project, undertaken with Alstom Power, provides a simplified method of inspecting large turbine generator shafts for radial runout, a common cause of excessive vibration.
These so-called outrunner blocks, which aren't seen in avalanches on land, often show up on seafloor maps of ancient landslides.
The development team of the robotic OutRunner, Robotics Unlimited, has launched a kickstarter crusade that will facilitate them to create it on a much larger scale and further build up the remote controlled machines.