torsion


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Commonly torsion springs are used in clothes pins, clipboards, swing-down tailgates, garage doors, window shades, counterbalance mechanisms, ratchets and various types of machine components.
The new T870 torsion suspension machine offers 10% more lift capacity than the previous roller suspension model.
Muller's work ([7]) provides the relation between the Ray-Singer torsion and the hyperbolic volume of a compact hyperbolic 3-manifold.
The most common imaging finding in ovarian torsion is unilateral ovarian enlargement (>4cm in longest dimension), which can be present even before infarction has occurred.
Torsion Control Products' couplings are used in the construction, agriculture and mining industries.
Testicular torsion beyond the neonatal period (1 month of age and older) is an intravaginal torsion.
The gallbladder was found to be greatly enlarged, gangrenous and very distended with 360[degrees] clockwise torsion around its mesentery (Fig.
Her histopathology report showed haemorrhagic necrosis consistent with torsion of left ovary.
Hip rotation test: to check for femoral torsion each leg in turn was flexed to 90 degrees at the knee.
The other deals secured by Torsion are for a 117-bedroom unit in Coventry and conversion of a 1960s office block in Reading to create 134 studios.
Contrast-enhanced computed tomography (CT) of the abdomen showed focal, ovoid, fatty infiltration between the left hepatic lobe and the lesser gastric curvature, superior to the pancreas, with a concentric distribution of fibrous and fatty folds converging toward the torsion with edema; the vascular pedicle extended caudally and entered an oval-shaped, well-demarcated fat-containing lesion between the transverse colon and second portion of the duodenum; this mass was 5.
In this book, author Dai-heng Chen presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the performance of thin-walled tubes in a variety axial compression, bending, and torsion scenarios in a variety of industrial and automotive contexts.