Traducción de traction en Español:

traction

tracción, n.

Pronunciación /ˈtrækʃ(ə)n//ˈtrakʃ(ə)n/

nombre

  • 1

    Mecánica Medicina
    tracción femenino
    • In most of the country the distinction between electric and other traction would not be important, but in the mid-Atlantic states it was.
    • Once this is commissioned, electric traction will be available from Delhi-Chennai-Jolarpet stretch to the State capital.
    • Electric traction gave rise to increases in flexibility, speed and capacity, and resulted in cheaper fares.
    • Ploughs are usually drawn along by animal traction (mainly oxen or horses), although people are occasionally used.
    • He now focuses on designing traction kites which can pull a board, a craft or a vehicle.
    • Swiss railways played an important role in the development of electric traction.
    • It made little difference whether the rolling stock in question was for high or low-speed operation or whether it was made use of diesel or electric traction.
    • Most Romano-British farmsteads were mixed, dependent on animals for manure, traction, dairy products, wool, hides, and meat.
    • We must practise energy conservation comprehensively and switch over to electricity-based traction for railways and urban transportation.
    • Loss of animal traction resulted in decreased production intensity, as did loss of labor power through migration, conscription, and death.
    • Lack of fuel and replacement parts has led to the reintroduction of animal traction for agriculture in a retrenchment to a preindustrial past.
    • Femoral fractures in children have traditionally been treated with traction and hospital stays of 4-12 weeks depending on the child's age.
    • Why were valuable time and money spent in attempts to adapt the unadaptable old horse car lines to the new condition of electric traction?
    • Mourning in anticipation, 71 railway enthusiasts took steam's eclipse by diesel and electric traction to be history's greatest betrayal.
    • Displaced fractures are reduced by traction with local pressure over the prominent proximal end of the distal metacarpal fracture.
    • To Cleveland's credit, it did recognise the superiority of electric traction over other systems and electrified rather swiftly once an effective system had been developed.
    • The new Hodgen splint held a limb in traction while a wound was dressed, a critical innovation on the battlefield.
    • Ox-wagon rides were provided on a historic wagon pulled by a team of Nguni oxen from the University of Fort Hare's animal traction unit.
    • To facilitate animal traction, migrants cut down big trees, cleared bamboo bushes, and uprooted stumps.
    • When the old man arrived back in Burnaby he had to wait two days, in traction and on morphine, for surgery on his leg.
    • The procedure still requires a major surgery to insert the pins and rods to hold the bones in traction.
    • Dancers now jump higher, pirouette more times - more than the naked eye can count - and spend hours in traction to stretch their limbs and torsos a centimetre or two more.
    • Great Britain was slow in adopting electric traction.
    • For the first time, I noticed my legs were in traction.
    • These charges include electric traction current and station-leasing charges.
    • You just know this one is going to end up with someone going to intensive care in traction.
    • The people who make the decisions are not concerned about the poor patients with fractured legs and hips who are on traction and unable to walk.
    • In the accident and emergency department, the broken leg should be rested in the position of comfort and traction should not be used.
    • With electric traction we could bring the time down to 30-35 minutes, which would be reasonable for 46 miles.
    • Electric traction was commercially applied first on suburban and metropolitan lines, but was quickly adopted for underground railways.
    • Being wise, he knew that I would slip and fall on the ice, that I would break my leg and be laid up in traction for two days.
    • I remember the hours before surgery, my leg in traction and feeling the shattered pieces shifting in my leg.
    • ‘When I wake up at home, I feel like I need to put my back in traction just to get ready to play,’ he says.
    • The demonstration of an electric railway at Berlin by Siemens in 1879 opened the way to a transport revolution based on electric traction.
    • With electric traction, it would also be a clean solution to our transport needs - unlike the airlines.
    • Serious, permanent complications from this procedure are rare but can be minimized by limiting the amount of time that the patient is in traction.
    • Dogs must have improved the yield from hunting, though a variety of other causes of domestication are possible, such as the use of dogs as guards, as a food source, as traction animals.
    • He had a white sheet over him, and then he pulled on one of his legs, and it was in traction.
    • The principles of electric traction are simple.
    • Pictures, diagrams, tables and models are used to explain the evolution of engines from steam through diesel to electric traction.
    • During his naval service he twice met and worked with Moses Farmer, who had been experimenting with electric traction since 1847.
  • 2

    (grip)
    agarre masculino
    adherencia femenino
    • They can easily come off the slippery surface, get traction on a dry piece of road, and just fire off into the crowd, or a lamp post, or anything else, at the drop of a hat.
    • Also standard are dual-stage driver and front-passenger airbags and traction control.
    • Alloy wheels, traction control and a cassette player come as standard.
    • Most drivers travel at the posted limit in dry weather, but need to allow for slippery roads, reduced vision and lower traction in wet weather.
    • The exception is emergency vehicles that disperse sand to give icy roads traction.
    • Then, she was to immediately back out and up onto the rim so that she and the engineering team could look at her tracks and check her traction.
    • You won't have the same traction anymore on any surface, and especially not on the linoleum.
    • For example, we may produce systems that alter the combustion properties of fuels, the viscosity of lubricants, or the ability of vehicles to gain traction.
    • Each intense laser pulse can produce a series of minute explosions that blow the leaf residue off the rails, resulting in a clean track and restoring traction to passing trains.
    • They may offer more traction in wintry weather, but can reduce traction of dry roads.
    • Slicks have no tread and are used for best traction on a dry track.
    • The road had been recently rocked and his tires had little traction on the bumpy surface.
    • I've heard mixed feedback regarding the use of a mild acid wash to roughen up or etch the surface and create more traction.
    • Tracks also improve traction on hard, slick surfaces and enable the machine to run across open trenches.
    • This produces low pressure air under the car which sucks it on to the road, increasing traction.
    • On a simple two-wheel drive car, traction control selects the wheel with the most grip in a loss-of-grip situation and gives it more power.
    • To improve traction of vehicles, the roadway face has longitudinal extruded and transverse press - formed depressions.
    • You have no electronic driver aids, no traction control and no antilock brakes.
    • On the safety front there are six air bags, stability and traction control, and ABS braking with brake assists and brake force distribution.
    • The gravel that makes up the concrete is exposed to the surface and good for traction.
  • 3

    (popularity)
    this technology would rapidly gain traction esta tecnología ganaría terreno rápidamente
    • the film got little traction la película atrajo poco público