Translation of torque in Spanish:


par de torsión, n.

Pronunciation: /tɔrk//tɔːk/


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    par de torsión masculine
    par motor masculine
    • The in-line five features excellent midrange torque and lots of horsepower at the top end.
    • A key element in these force and torque balances is the hydrodynamic shear force and torque that the cell experiences when stationary on a planar surface.
    • Mechanical properties of biological samples have also been studied by applying a magnetic force or torque to magnetic beads adhering to the sample surface.
    • Once rolling is achieved, the RBCs near the plasma rich zone also encourage the continued rolling of the leukocyte, adding a normal force component and torque.
    • A two-stage spur gear transmits torque between the servomotor and the plasticizing screw.
    • The orientation and length of each spring specifies the instantaneous force and torque exerted by that bond on the sphere and also its probability for breakage per unit time.
    • During each squat technique, the researchers measured the amount of torque (angular force) acting on the knees and the hips.
    • We evaluated the viscoelastic dynamics of actin filaments under the influence of enzyme-generated torque, stochastic Langevin force, and viscous drag.
    • The direction for torque and therefore angular momentum is given by the right-hand-rule.
    • Electrical motors can be used, but they tend not to generate a lot of force or torque.
    • For the hinge problem, the necessary expressions for velocity profiles, force, and torque were derived, and are discussed in Appendix 2.
    • The rate of change in the direction of the rotational axis is the ratio of torque to angular momentum and so gives a value for the precessional constant.
    • Modern common-rail diesel engines generate huge torque which is simplistically described as the ‘amount of force an engine can produce to maintain forward momentum’.
    • The most important joint-loading conditions that increased the force on the PCL graft were a varus moment and a coupled posterior drawer force and external rotation torque.
    • Theoretically, an increased range of motion allows for an increased distance through which an active force can be applied, with a greater resultant force or torque.
    • However, the C5's kerb weight of 1,440 kg is not excessive and the new diesel engine has substantial torque available from a lowly 1,750 rpm.
    • In mechanical terms, the definition of torque is the force acting on an object that causes that object to rotate.
    • It's better to change up early, relying on the strong low-down torque and excellent gearbox to keep you rolling along at a reasonable pace.
    • If these 50 bacteria are randomly distributed over the surface, each pointing an average of four flagella in random directions, the net force and torque produced would be zero.
    • It is in this aquatic environment that the infant first encounters buoyant lift, gravitational pull and torque rotation.
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    torques feminine