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These findings can be related to the lower mechanical efficiency exhibited by SHR, which reflects a higher amount of energy to be dissipated as heat.
Although the mechanical efficiency and the indicated efficiency have the same magnitude of the uncertainty of the indicated power, these uncertainties are canceled out when the total efficiency is calculated.
Other investigations not requiring any steering or stabilization mechanisms have demonstrated significant differences in mechanical efficiency and peak power output during synchronous versus asynchronous arm cranking [5,18-19].
bth]) is the ratio of energy in the brake power (bp), Mechanical efficiency ([[eta].
Initial clinical results in nine patients with congestive heart failure (CHF) showed that allopurinol improved cardiac mechanical efficiency by 40% and cardiac pressure efficiency by 22%.
Initial clinical results in nine patients with heart failure showed that allopurinol improved cardiac mechanical efficiency by 40% and cardiac pressure efficiency by 22%.
Another study found that mechanical efficiency was higher when using a larger rim diameter.
The hydraulic motor is a hydro-statically-balanced radial piston cam curve unit with a mechanical efficiency approaching that of a roller bearing, thus resulting in excellent torque efficiency.
recently announced it has signed an agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to determine the mechanical efficiency of the company's paradigm-shifting hydraulic pump/motor at EPA's National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory in Ann Arbor, MI.
Industrial agriculture, except by the standards of quantity and mechanical efficiency, diminishes everything it affects.
You're not increasing horsepower, but you are freeing up available power by improving mechanical efficiency.

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