torque meter


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torque meter

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(General Engineering) engineering a device designed to determine the torque or torsion in a shaft, usually by measuring the twist in a calibrated length of shafting. Also called: torsion meter
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However, by testing the same material both in the reactor with the torque meter and in a well-defined rheometer, an estimation-calibration of the relation between torque and apparent viscosity may be possible.
Torque measurements were made using a torque meter as shown in Figure 11.
The strength needed to open a plastic bottle was measured with a torque meter (Digital Torque Meter 2TME450CN; Tohnichi Mfg.
Engage it and there's an artificial exhaust growl under acceleration while the instrument panel switches into red and a turbo boost, engine power and torque meter appears on the dash.
To measure the mechanical output power from wind turbine the speed of rotation and torque were measured by tachometer type Lutron DT-2236 and pulley and rope torque meter.
The major components of the visualization stand are (a) torque meter, (b)speed meter, (c) oil flow meter, (d) thermo couple, (e) oil pump,and (f) oil bath.
2 includes a 4-channel oscilloscope, torque meter TM and engine G that work as a generator.
With the recent launch of our new, highly accurate and cost-effective SMARTPOWER Torque Meter, we're looking forward to working closely with Marbiss to showcase not only the many benefits of this product, but our full suite of SMART Performance Management solutions."
The head of the implant had a slit to fit the screwdriver during insertion and removal by torque meter during mechanical testing.
The plant elected to defer this investment and instead installed a torque meter at the major eight-year shutdown.
The TCO Clamp On Torque Meter is designed to reduce plant downtime by identifying processing machinery problems in early stages.