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Axis

In Cartesian charting, a line that bisects a chart. The x-axis cuts a chart horizontally, while the y-axis cuts it vertically.
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In the present research, a simple energy recovery system consisting of full scale cooling tower, vertical axis wind turbine, and diffuser is designed, constructed and tested in order to determine the optimum configuration of cooling tower-overhead wind turbine combination.
Vertical axis cycloidal gear speed reducers with antifriction bearings failure diagnostics can be successful when systematic condition monitoring procedure is provided with seismic transducers attached to CR first stage CR1 bearing housings in radial and axial directions.
Thus, using [sigma] = Nc/D we determined the aerodynamic chord length of the vertical axis wind turbine blade.
Whether rotating overhead or gracing the edge of your parking lot, these vertical axis turbines are sure to stand out.
That's right--the tail is pushed right and the nose moves to the left as the airplane rotates about its vertical axis.
By default, the setting is "Automatic for Each Sparkline" for both the Vertical Axis Minimum Value Option and the Vertical Axis Maximum Value Option.
Torsion Tec's advancements in vertical axis wind technology offer consumers the possibility of low-cost green power and enhanced energy independence for both their homes and businesses.
Of course, it could be that the female figure is the practitioner, in which case it is not customary for the patient to hold the device, particularly as the practitioner would need to rock the device along its vertical axis to provide the required information.
Windspire operates with three sets of tall, narrow airfoils that catch the wind, while spinning around a vertical axis,' says AllSafe Director, Mark Hawley.
The Aerogenerator X is a new 10 MW wind turbine designed for off-shore use combining the best of horizontal axis and vertical axis designs.
The event in Newcastle will be addressed by Iain Smith, from Windeco which produces the smaller vertical axis turbines that need less wind to operate than the more commonly known 25ft high structures.
Directional wells are normally drilled anywhere from 0-75 degrees of vertical axis at pre-determined stages.