The machines can employ trochoidal
dynamic power or high speed cutting strategies for tools rotating as fast as 90,000 rpm.
Though you can track the hurricanes yourself, you do need to be aware of the phenomena of "wobbling", known by forecasters as trochoidal
Kaiser, Gillete and Spinazzola (2010) used a sensory learning program based on the Bolles (2001) proposal, which employs a trochoidal
movement table, a computerized light instrument, and an acoustic training game for the purpose of creating interactions between the visual, auditory, and vestibular systems to bring about improvements in sensory integration and adaptive body responses.
The main reasons are the adaptive control of the tool and the growing use of trochoidal
tool path generation.
 introduce an idea on using circle curve to replace standard trochoidal
root fillet with BEM.
The most intense vortex begins a trochoidal
, sometimes prolate cycloidal, (7) motion about the larger circulation (Fig.
As the tool rotates and advances simultaneously, the cutter traces trochoidal
With increasing wind speed, the shapes of the sea waves become more trochoidal
, and the motions of the facets on the sea surface are no longer closed orbits.
A few isolated trochoidal
(symmetrical) sharp-crested sandwaves are oriented normal to the mussel reefs (Figs 4, 5).
and plunge milling strategies, combined with rigid holders and the new milling tools on the market, let even low-end machines achieve considerable chip volume with no loss of speed or performance.