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  • 1 mechanical engineering — mechanical engineer. the branch of engineering dealing with the design and production of machinery. * * * Branch of engineering concerned with the design, manufacture, installation, and operation of engines, machines, and manufacturing processes …

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  • 2 Mechanical and organic solidarity — Mechanical Solidarity and Organic Solidarity refer to the concepts of solidarity as developed by Émile Durkheim. They are used in the context of differentiating between mechanical and organic societies. According to Durkheim, the types of social… …

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  • 3 mechanical equivalent of heat — n the value of a unit quantity of heat in terms of mechanical work units with its most probable value in cgs measure being 4.1855 × 107 ergs per calorie symbol J called also Joule s equivalent …

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  • 4 Mechanical equivalent of heat — Equivalent E*quiv a*lent ([ e]*kw[i^]v [.a]*lent), n. 1. Something equivalent; that which is equal in value, worth, weight, or force; as, to offer an equivalent for damage done. [1913 Webster] He owned that, if the Test Act were repealed, the… …

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  • 5 Mechanical equivalent of heat — For other uses, see Conservation of energy. In the history of science, the mechanical equivalent of heat was a concept that had an important part in the development and acceptance of the conservation of energy and the establishment of the science …

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  • 6 Mechanical filter — Figure 1. A mechanical filter made by the Kokusai Electric Company intended for selecting the narrow 2 kHz bandwidth signals in SSB radio receivers. It operates at 455 kHz, a common IF for these receivers, and is dimensioned 45×15×15 mm ( …

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  • 7 mechanical advantage — Mech. the ratio of output force to the input force applied to a mechanism. [1890 95] * * * Force amplifying effectiveness of a simple machine (lever, wedge, wheel and axle, pulley, or screw). The theoretical mechanical advantage of a system is… …

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  • 8 Mechanical Engineering Heritage (Japan) — Myriad year Japanese clock, Heritage No. 22 The Mechanical Engineering Heritage (Japan) (機械遺産, kikaiisan …

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  • 9 Mechanical joint — A mechanical joint is a part of machine which are used to connect the other mechanical part or mechanism. Mechanical joints may be temporary or permanent. Most types are designed to be disassemble when required.[1] Contents 1 Types Of Mechanical… …

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  • 10 mechanical equivalent of heat — the value of a unit quantity of heat in terms of mechanical work units with its most probable value in cgs measure being 4.1855 × 107 ergs per calorie symbol J; called also Joule s equivalent * * * (in any system of physical units) the number of… …

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  • 11 Mechanical equivalent of heat — Heat Heat (h[=e]t), n. [OE. hete, h[ae]te, AS. h[=ae]tu, h[=ae]to, fr. h[=a]t hot; akin to OHG. heizi heat, Dan. hede, Sw. hetta. See {Hot}.] 1. A force in nature which is recognized in various effects, but especially in the phenomena of fusion… …

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  • 12 Bearing (mechanical) — A bearing is a device to allow constrained relative motion between two or more parts, typically rotation or linear movement. Bearings may be classified broadly according to the motions they allow and according to their principle of operation as… …

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  • 13 Institution of Mechanical Engineers — Founder George Stephenson Professional title Chartered Mechanical Engineer Founded 27 January 1847 (1847 01 27) …

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  • 14 Modes of mechanical ventilation — Contents 1 Positive and negative pressure ventilation 1.1 Negative pressure ventilation 1.1.1 Types of negat …

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  • 15 The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction — ( de. Das Kunstwerk im Zeitalter seiner technischen Reproduzierbarkeit) is a 1936 essay by German cultural critic Walter Benjamin, which has been influential in the fields of cultural studies and media theory. It was produced, Benjamin wrote, in… …

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  • 16 Expected value — This article is about the term used in probability theory and statistics. For other uses, see Expected value (disambiguation). In probability theory, the expected value (or expectation, or mathematical expectation, or mean, or the first moment)… …

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  • 17 Differential (mechanical device) — For other uses, see Differential. A cutaway view of an automotive final drive unit which contains the differential Input …

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  • 18 Expectation value (quantum mechanics) — In quantum mechanics, the expectation value is the predicted mean value of the result of an experiment. It is a fundamental concept in all areas of quantum physics. Operational definition Quantum physics shows an inherent statistical behaviour:… …

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  • 19 The Method of Mechanical Theorems — is a work by Archimedes which contains the first attested explicit use of infinitesimals.[1] The work was originally thought to be lost, but was rediscovered in the celebrated Archimedes Palimpsest. The palimpsest includes Archimedes account of… …

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  • 20 Attribute-value system — An attribute value system is a basic knowledge representation framework comprising a table with columns designating attributes (also known as properties , predicates, features, dimensions, characteristics or independent variables depending on the …

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