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speed ramp

n
(Law) Brit a raised band across a road, designed to make motorists reduce their speed, esp in built-up areas
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And grandfather Patrick McKenna said: "I couldn't believe the risk the idiots were taking at the speed ramp, trying to beat oncoming traffic.
FTC is used to select the desired torque control according to the type of load applied to the motor providing a smooth start with a linear speed ramp during the entire starting process.
FTC is used to select the desired torque control according to the type of toad applied to the motor providing a smooth start with a linear speed ramp during the entire starting process.
The required investment to add a yield stress test may be nothing more than the purchase of the software to run a speed ramp and perform the flow curve analysis described earlier.
Donnelly had sent out 167 winners at the track in 2011 prior to stepping down, his last being Speed Ramp in an A2 on September 13.
Smooth starting with chosen reference speed ramp 600 rpm/s at no load gives both the maximum torque and the current less than rated those.
as it went over a speed ramp on the wrong side of the road.
HALs undertake accurate and high speed ramp DC testing during the final production stage, ensuring that the unit is completely safe for use by the consumer when it leaves the factory gates.
To reduce splashing and further improve accuracy, the pump is available with an adjustable speed ramp to reduce splashing and frothing and a kick-back function to prevent unwanted drips at the dose end.
She was trapped for around half-an-hour in the wreckage and was believed to have lost control on a speed ramp.