dwell period

dwell period
время выхаживания (при шлифовании); длительность (по углу поворота коленчатого вала) замкнутого состояния контактов прерывателя; время проковки (при контактной сварке); время выстоя (напр. датчика)

Англо-русский словарь по машиностроению. 2014.

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  • dwell period — The time during which the primary circuit is closed and primary current flows through the ignition coil, given in crankshaft or distributor shaft degrees and therefore also called dwell angle. See dwell …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • dwell — [1] In a contact breaker ignition system, the number of degrees the breaker cam rotates from the time the breaker points close until they open again. Also called the dwell angle or dwell period. [2] In a breakerless ignition system, the time… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • period — See blowdown period dwell period induction period injection period saturation period …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • dwell — dweller, n. /dwel/, v., dwelt or dwelled, dwelling, n. v.i. 1. to live or stay as a permanent resident; reside. 2. to live or continue in a given condition or state: to dwell in happiness. 3. to linger over, emphasize, or ponder in thought,… …   Universalium

  • dwell — 1. noun /dwel/ a) A period of time in which a system or component remains in a given state. b) A brief pause in the motion of part of a mechanism to allow an operation to be completed. 2. verb /dwel/ a) To live; …   Wiktionary

  • dwell time — noun The period of time that a system or element of a system remains in a given state. The drone has a dwell time of about six hours when operating from an in theater airfield …   Wiktionary

  • dwell — [OE] Dwell has changed its meaning remarkably over the centuries. In Old English it meant ‘confuse, lead astray’. It goes back to a Germanic base *dwel , *dwal , *dwul , which also produced Old English dwola ‘error’, Gothic dwals ‘foolish’, and… …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • dwell time — The period for which a dye penetrant should remain on the surface of the component being inspected for any surface defect by dye penentrant inspection method. The dwell time is a direct function of the size of the surface defect and the… …   Aviation dictionary

  • dwell — [OE] Dwell has changed its meaning remarkably over the centuries. In Old English it meant ‘confuse, lead astray’. It goes back to a Germanic base *dwel , *dwal , *dwul , which also produced Old English dwola ‘error’, Gothic dwals ‘foolish’, and… …   Word origins

  • dwell — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. i. live, reside, abide; hang out (sl.); slang, harp, iterate. See presence, repetition, abode, inhabitant. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. live, reside, inhabit, stay, lodge, room, abide, sojourn, stop,… …   English dictionary for students

  • Geneva mechanism — ▪ device also called  Geneva Stop,         one of the most commonly used devices for producing intermittent rotary motion, characterized by alternate periods of motion and rest with no reversal in direction. It is also used for indexing (i.e.,… …   Universalium


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