Questions tagged [terminology]

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How do I relate Grab Strength and Grab Tear to the real world?

I'm looking at a spec sheet for a high density polyethylene woven fabric and I'm seeing the following parameters on it Tensile Grab Strength: Warp 155 / Weft 170 - tested ASTM D-5034-09 Grab Tear:...
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What is an "Optical Axis Rod"?

I'm in the process of designing a CNC/3d printer and I came across the term "Optical Axis rod" which seems to be the "standard" rod printers like Prusa use. But I can't find ...
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Visualization/Verification software for interacting parts e.g. Gears etc

Not sure if there is any software that would model the movements of physical parts, or if even they can move with the given configurations ( software engineer background, no idea the lingo used here )....
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Correct terminology for a zero turn stator winding on a BLDC?

I'm designing a BLDC motor with some unique geometry constraints (~250mm long, ~45mm diameter with a ~35mm bore down the center) and am considering using straight copper bars carrying high current ...
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How do engineers conceptualize "levels of analysis" (thermodynamic, fluid dynamical, mechanical, etc.)

In considering something like a jet engine, the thermodynamic analysis can be very mathematical and quite simple (e.g. one-dimensional flow). It's quite general and takes exactly the same mathematical ...
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Is there a term for this kind of eccentrically threaded fastener or washer that has wrench flats and curved faces

Is there a standard term for this fastener or for the kind of problem it is intended to address?
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What's the term for interchanging a frequently used machine with a seldomly used one?

I'm trying to find out the term used for the practice of interchanging/relocating/swapping 2 machines to compensate the wear and tear caused by the operation frequency differences between them. This ...
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Are dynamic frequency transmitters common? What's the terminology to use when searching for one?

Newbie question, moderately educated on RF but only the signal, not at all about the hardware. Looking to start experimenting on a concept that would require a dynamic shift over time from one ...