[ UK /tˈɔːk/ ]
[ US /ˈtɔɹk/ ]
  1. a twisting force
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How To Use torque In A Sentence

  • Torque transfer is a function of the internal gearing, which generates frictional resistance to differentiation through the axial and radial thrust forces of the gears in the differential.
  • None the less the Bristol computer managed to simulate different effects of varying wrist torques.
  • The new Ford Torque-Shift 5-speed automatic transmission has electronic solenoids to activate the clutch packs, replacing the bands.
  • * Quod si in hoc erro, quod animos hominum immortales esse credam, libenter erro, nec mihi hunc errorem quo delector, dum vivo, extorqueri volo; sin mortuus, ut quidam minuti philosophi censent, nihil sentiam, non vereor ne hunc errorem meum mortui philosophi irrideant: [784] 1 The Works of Dr. John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. Vol. 08.
  • The design method of torque converter blade based on quadratic function distribution momentum was put forward.
  • The motor velocity increases under the influence of the positive torque and the equilibrium position is attained with maximum velocity.
  • This is consistent with the proposal that the cerebellar cortex contains an internal representation of gravitational torques which is encoded through a learning process. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • The code was validated by comparing the computed forces and torques with the analytic solutions for a hemisphere and sphere in point contact with the wall and also computations for axisymmetric spherical caps and spheroids.
  • Steel washers beneath the action screws and steel pillars in the stock keep the synthetic material from being compressed when the action screws are torqued into place.
  • The second hint is the prodigious torque output and low engine redline.
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