motorisation

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n motorisation the act of motorizing (equiping with motors or with motor vehicles)
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Usage

In literature:

This here battalion is going to be motorised.
""And they thought we wouldn't fight"" by Floyd Gibbons
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In news:

Like the youthful protesters on the streets of Moscow, some of the endangered birds refused to follow Putin as he took off in a motorised hang glider.
Use of motorised scooters on footpaths is being challenged in a test case .
Northland inventor Steve Baldry shows off his motorised wheelbarrow.
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In science:

Both delay lines, based on rooftop mirrors, are motorised: one with a stepper motor running 25 mm (i.e., optical path of 50 mm) at 0.1 µm reproducibility, and the other with a piezoelecric actuator running 15 µm at a reproducibility better than 0.5 nm.
Tests of achromatic phase shifters performed on the SYNAPSE test bench: a progress report
Start optimising injection into the exit fiber by maximising Beam 1 flux with motorised folding mirrors.
Tests of achromatic phase shifters performed on the SYNAPSE test bench: a progress report
Both pions and a large fraction of the muons produced in the decays are transported until the muons are focused on and the hadrons are stopped in a hadron absorber made of 9 motorised modules of Beryllium, 1.1 m long each.
The COMPASS Experiment at CERN
A high-intensity secondary hadron beam is obtained by moving the nine motorised hadron absorber modules out of the beam and loading settings corresponding to a single momentum all along the beam line.
The COMPASS Experiment at CERN
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