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VectorCAST/Coupling provides developers with automated solutions for data coupling and control coupling analysis for DO-178.
Figure 1 shows the coupling routing diagram of a 4th-order elliptic-response bandpass filter with cross coupling between resonators 1 and 4.
25 NATURE, she and her team describe how they shone a coupling laser on a cloud of ultracold sodium atoms, causing pulses from another laser to slow and then stop.
The machined set-screw coupling, essentially a cylinder with a key-way and set screws, was fine in theory but had a few drawbacks:
A coupling structure with a stripline beneath a microstripline with an aperture in their common ground plane is considered for the analysis.
The Reli-a-flex coupling was designed with transmission error as the prime performance measure.
In the majority of cases, a roller chain coupling can be selected on the basis of shaft diameter capacity, provided that the prime mover is an electric motor and that the application is a uniform load.
The Xoomsys solution harnesses effective decoupling to deliver uncompromised simulation of dynamic coupling -- something that has never been done before.
In development and life testing over the past three years, the coupling has a unique radial slotted pattern (patent pending) developed to fill a market need for a single piece flexible coupling that could challenge if not exceed the overall performance of bellows coupling (equivalent size) in most performance characteristics.
The design of a flexible coupling must balance the need for bendability and the demands of horsepower, torque, size, speed, and ease of use and maintenance.
As more performance fillers and reinforcements find use in thermoplastics, the demand for products treated with coupling agents and dispersion aids has experienced growth of over 9% per year over the past decade.