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Bombardiers joint venture will provide engineering, manufacturing, testing, commissioning as well as the initial delivery of spare parts for the propulsion systems of 678 metro cars in Chengdu and Chongqing.
The technology has zero erosion characteristics, thus, increasing the on-orbit lifespan required for a propulsion system.
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Reportedly, RTAPS2 makes it possible for qualified industry partners to develop, demonstrate and verify advanced propulsion system technologies as part of NASA's aerospace research programmes.
The EMG signals were recorded with a 16-bit analog-to-digital converter (NI PCI-6220, National Instruments Corporation; Austin, Texas) during wheelchair propulsion, sampled at 2 kHz.
Called Propulsion Plus, the policy covers repairs or replacements of the lower unit of an outboard motor, or the out-drive of a stern drive motor, in the event of mechanical breakdown.
Wheel-floor propulsion systems are schematically represented in figure 2 (Cojocaru, 2006), where:
Birkan, who manages the space power and propulsion basic research investment portfolio at AFOSR, explained why continued funding toward this research is so important.
To analyze arm motion during wheelchair propulsion, researchers used a three-camera system on both sides of the subjects.
Stages to the arm stroke in the crawl: recovery, entry, extension, catch, and the propulsion of power.
Plasma propulsion is a type of electric propulsion.