disc pack


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Noun1.disc pack - (computer science) a portable pack of magnetic disks used in a disk storage devicedisc pack - (computer science) a portable pack of magnetic disks used in a disk storage device
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
pack - a complete collection of similar things
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It is also possible to actively manage the lubrication flow to the friction disc pack to minimize oil churning losses.
Three discs full of crackign tunes we all associate with Devil's Island - the memories brought back by this triple disc pack are incredible.
Like all Logan PTO clutches, the SDD-1000 units incorporate a self-adjusting disc pack and high alloy shafts for maximum strength and durability.
With similar features to other good coupling designs, the CD coupling has one critical difference--its patented composite disc pack design.
The winners will be the senders of the first ten correct entries drawn after the closing date of Tuesday February 14, who will each win a Twin Shooter and an MXD Disc pack.
This high torsional stiffness is the result of the coupling's patented open arm disc pack. Made of rugged composite material, the disc pack reacts to coupling forces with high torsional stiffness.
Available in single and double disc pack models, these couplings have high torsional stiffness and zero-backlash.
Mahabharat is available on a five disc pack which also includes a booklet containing a glossary of the many characters and an overview of the series.
-- Coming off the successful launch of the LifeStyles condom disc pack last year, Ansell Healthcare Products Inc.
That feature, plus the use of composite materials for the coupling's disc pack, places the Zero-Max coupling alongside elastomeric couplings when it comes to tolerating misalignment, with the added benefit of greater torsional stiffness.