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*  Transfusion transmitted virus
Later the name torque (necklace) teno (from Latin tenuis - "thin") virus was adopted as it preserved the original abbreviation ... Maggi F, Pifferi M, Michelucci A, Albani M, Sbranti S, Lanini L, Simi P, Macchia P, Pistello M, Bendinelli M (2011) Torque teno ... TTV, for transfusion transmitted virus or torque teno virus was first reported in a Japanese patient in 1997 by the research ... Pinho-Nascimento, CA; Leite, JP; Niel, C; Diniz-Mendes, L (2011). "Torque teno virus in fecal samples of patients with ...
*  TORQUE
... is described by its developers as open-source software, using the OpenPBS version 2.3 license and as non-free software ... TORQUE can integrate with the non-commercial Maui Cluster Scheduler or the commercial Moab Workload Manager to improve overall ... TORQUE resource manager, Garrick Staples, SC '06: Proceedings of the 2006 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing, ISBN 0-7695- ... "Torque resource manager". Cluster Resources, Inc. 2011. Archived from the original on 2011-07-31. Retrieved 2011-07-31. "The ...
*  Apache Torque
In particular, this prevents XSLT being applied to a Torque schema in a useful manner. Torque was developed as part of the ... As Torque hides database-specific implementation details, Torque makes an application independent of a specific database vendor ... "Torque schema definitions" and keeping the application schema entirely within the XML document, Torque instead uses the DTD to ... Torque's use of the XML document and DTD is rather unusual in the XML world, as rather than using a single fixed XML schema (or ...
*  Friction torque
... is the torque caused by the frictional force that occurs when two objects in contact move. Like all torques, it ... Ball bearings are an example of an attempt to minimize the friction torque. Friction torque can also be an asset in engineering ... Friction torque can be disruptive in engineering. There are a variety of measures engineers may choose to take to eliminate ... When a golf ball hits the ground it begins to spin in part because of the friction torque applied to the golf ball from the ...
*  Torque ripple
... is an effect seen in many electric motor designs, referring to a periodic increase or decrease in output torque ... A common example is "cogging torque" due to slight asymmetries in the magnetic field generated by the motor windings, which ... It is measured as the difference in maximum and minimum torque over one complete revolution, generally expressed as a ...
*  Torque Mobile
"Torque celebrates 5th year in Phl". Philippine Star. Retrieved 27 January 2014. "Torque Mobile launches EGO Series Boost ... "Latest News tagged "torque" - News". HardwareZone.com.ph. Retrieved 2017-04-08. "New #Headturners Phablets from Torque Mobile ... Torque Mobile is a Philippine smartphone and tablet brand owned and operated by Topstrasse Global, Inc. It was founded by ... Posted by Anjie lou delos Reyes (2016-10-13). "Torque Mobile EGO Zoom 4G; 5-inch Quad Core with LTE for Php3,499". TeknoGadyet ...
*  Torque wrench
Dental torque wrench Foot-pound force Hydraulic torque wrench Impact wrench Micrometer Newton metre Torque converter Torque ... This type of torque wrench can also be used to determine breakaway torque, prevail torque and the final torque of a tightening ... Torque measurement is achieved in the same way as with a click-type torque wrench but, at the same time, the torque is measured ... Torque screwdrivers and torque wrenches have similar purposes and mechanisms. The most basic form of torque wrench consists of ...
*  Torque effect
In a single-propeller plane, the result of the torque effect is a tendency of the plane to want to turn upwards and left in ... The torque effect experienced in helicopters and single propeller-powered aircraft is an example of Isaac Newton's third law of ... A small tail rotor is the most common configuration to counter the torque effect. ... motion that "for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" In helicopters, the result of the torque effect is a ...
*  Effective torque
... is often referred to as wheel torque or torque to the wheels is primarily associated with automotive tuning. ... The formula for effective torque to the wheels is: Tw = Te * Ntf * ηtf Ntf = Nt * Nf ηtf = ηt * ηf ... where Tw is wheel torque ... Effective torque will often be 5-15% lower than the shaft or crank ratings of an engine due to a loss through the drivetrain. ... Torque can be measured using a dynamometer. Common units used in automotive applications can include ft·lbf and N·m. For more ...
*  Torque vectoring
Audi produced a torque vectoring system capable of varying the torque received by any wheel of the vehicle: quattro with torque ... Most torque vectoring differentials are on all-wheel drive vehicles. A basic torque vectoring differential varies torque ... "Torque Vectoring and Active Differential". Torque-vectoring.belisso.com. 2009-11-22. Retrieved 2012-03-12. "Torque Vectoring" ( ... Torque vectoring technology provides the differential with the ability to vary the torque to each wheel. This method of power ...
*  AA Torque
The AA Torque Show is a New Zealand television series about motor vehicles, mainly cars. The half-hour programme was first ... AA Torque magazine is a publication produced by Fairfax Media which shares some contributors, editors and features with the TV ... AA Torque Show Home page TV One page. ...
*  Torque tester
This includes electronic torque wrenches, click torque wrenches, dial torque wrenches, electric screwdrivers, air screwdrivers ... A torque transducer usually consists of four strain gauges in a Wheatstone bridge configuration. Torque transducers of one or ... A torque tester is used as a quality control device to test or calibrate torque controlled tools. ... A torque transducer, similar to a load cell, is an electronic device used to convert torque into an electrical signal. This ...
*  Torque tube
The torque tube system is also used for other types of vehicles and machinery. The "torque" that is referred to in the name is ... A torque tube system is a drive shaft technology, often used in automobiles with a front engine and rear drive. The torque tube ... A ball and socket type of joint called a "torque ball" is used at one end of the torque tube to allow relative motion between ... the torque tube is hollow and contains the rotating driveshaft. Inside the hollow torque ball is the universal joint of the ...
*  Torque (film)
Torque on IMDb Torque at Rotten Tomatoes Torque at AllMovie Torque at the Internet Movie Cars Database Torque at Movie Trains ... 98 - The Making of Torque and the Imagery of Kick-Ass (GUEST: Joseph Kahn, Director of Torque)". "Torque (2004)". Box Office ... Stylish unpretentious fun." Jeremy Wheeler at allmovie.com rated Torque 3 stars out of 5 stating: "Torque is a shot of ... Torque was released on DVD and VHS on May 18, 2004. It was released on Blu-ray on April 22, 2014. David Chen (May 8, 2010). " ...
*  Torque Pharmaceuticals
... was started as a partnership concern in August 1985 with a small investment of 240,000 INR (US$18000). ... Torque Pharmaceuticals is an Indian pharmaceutical company with production units at Issapur, Derabassi in Punjab and at ... Torque has been awarded NSIC-CRISIL SE1B credit rating for 'Highest Performance Capability & Moderate Financial Strength', NDA ... A manufacturing unit was set up at Derabassi, Himachal Pradesh in 1994 and the company was named as Torque Pharmaceuticals Pvt ...
*  Torque motor
A torque motor that cannot perform a complete rotation is known as a limited angle torque motor. Torque motors are normally ... Driven from a higher voltage, (and so delivering a higher torque), the torque motors can also achieve fast-forward and rewind ... A torque motor is a specialized form of electric motor which can operate indefinitely while stalled, that is, with the rotor ... Torque motors can be used as actuators for direct drive mechanisms in some situations where otherwise geared electric motors ...
*  Torque density
... is a measure of the torque-carrying capability of a mechanical component. It is the ratio of torque capability ... Torque density is a system property since it depends on the design of each element of the component being examined and their ... In SI units, torque density is expressed in joules per cubic metre or equivalently newton-metres per cubic metre (though ... The relative torque densities of the devices may be an important determinant for which design is ultimately selected, although ...
*  Project Torque
MMO Huts gave Project Torque a "Good" rating saying, "Project Torque is a really polished and fun racing MMO." They also noted ... In October 2009, the developer company of Project Torque, Invictus, issued an IP ban of all non-US accounts on Project Torque. ... Altay, Omer (MMO Huts). "Project Torque Game Review". Retrieved June 3, 2010. MMORPG Center (June 8, 2008). "Project Torque - ... Swift (Swift World) (October 28, 2007). "Project Torque Review". Retrieved June 3, 2010. Kei Beneza (OnRPG). "Project Torque ...
*  Torque limiter
A compression adjustment on the spring determines the torque limit. Torque limiting types will limit the torque by slipping (i. ... A torque limiter may limit the torque by slipping (as in a friction plate slip-clutch), or uncouple the load entirely (as in a ... Torque limiters may be packaged as a shaft coupling or as a hub for sprocket or sheave. A torque limiting device is also known ... Over-torque will cause the plates to slip. A simple example is found in a fixed-spool fishing reel, where the slipping torque ...
*  Stall torque
... is the torque produced by a mechanical device whose output rotational speed is zero. It may also mean the torque ... the stall torque may refer to the torque load that causes the engine to stall. The actual amount of torque is dependent on ... torque converter) produces stall torque when the load prevents the turbine (output stage) from rotating while the pump (input ... The maximum torque an electric motor can produce in the long term when stalled without causing damage is called the maximum ...
*  Torque converter
Torque multiplication has essentially ceased and the torque converter is behaving in a manner similar to a simple fluid ... Some torque converters use multiple stators and/or multiple turbines to provide a wider range of torque multiplication. Such ... At stall, the torque converter can produce maximum torque multiplication if sufficient input power is applied (the resulting ... The key characteristic of a torque converter is its ability to multiply torque when the output rotational speed is so low that ...
*  Norbar Torque
... Tools Ltd is one of the world's largest specialists in the field of torque tools. Norbar specialises in the ... Torque wrenches were being imported and sold alongside of the honing machines because it was known that uneven torque ... Electric torque wrench Hydraulic torque wrench Armed Forces Int. military news website "[1]" GKN Global Engineering Group ... In November 1989, Norbar became the first torque tool manufacturer in the United Kingdom to have a torque laboratory accredited ...
*  Damping torque
... or damping forces is the speed deviation of an electromechanical torque deviations of a machine while the angle ... In order to design an efficient damper, it is imperative that the damping torque is calculated first. ... deviation is called synchronizing torque [1]. In a measuring instrument, the damping torque is necessary to bring the moving ... reflection in a reasonable short time.It exists only as long as the pointer is in motion.Under the absence of damping torque ...
*  Torque amplifier
... although the torque applied to it is the torque of the motor driving the system, as opposed to the much smaller torque applied ... A torque amplifier is a mechanical device that amplifies the torque of a rotating shaft without affecting its rotational speed ... The torque amplifier was the advance that allowed these machines to work. A torque amplifier is essentially two capstans ... It differs from a torque converter, in which the rotational speed of the output shaft decreases as the torque increases. The ...
*  Torque steer
... high engine torque, or some combination of the two. Torque steer is distinct from steering kickback. Root causes for torque ... Equalise the torque better between the driveshafts by using a low friction differential. The torque difference is zero if the ... Reduce the amount of torque from the front axle by passing part of torque to the rear axle. This is achieved on all-wheel-drive ... Torque steer is the unintended influence of engine torque on the steering, especially in front-wheel drive vehicles. For ...