Constant Torque

Technology / Motors / Constant Torque: Refers to loads whose H.P. requirements change linearly with changing speeds. Horsepower varies with the speed, i.e.- 2/1 HP at 1800/900 RPM. (Seen on some 2-speed motors). Possible applications include conveyors, some crushers, or constant-displacement pumps.

Other Words for Constant

Constant Noun Synonyms: resolute, immovable, steadfast, firm, dependable, unshakeable or unshakable, determined, unswerving, undeviating, persevering, unwearying, unwearied, untiring, indefatigable, tireless, unflagging, unwavering, unfailing, unfaltering, persistent, loyal
Constant Adjective Synonyms: incessant, unceasing, ceaseless, perpetual, persistent, uninterrupted, steady, regular, invariable, unremitting, unvarying, relentless, unrelenting, continuous, continual, unending, endless, never-ending, non-stop, perennial, eternal, everlasting
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Pull-In Torque

Technology / Motors / Pull-In Torque: The maximum constant torque which a synchronous motor will accelerate into synchronism at rated voltage and frequency. MORE

Ideal Gas Law Constant

Science / Chemistry / Ideal Gas Law Constant: A constant R equal to PV/(nt) for ideal gases, where the pressure, volume, moles, and temperature of the gas are P, V, n, and T, respectively. The value and units of R depend on the units of P, V, and MORE

Loan Constant

Business / Real Estate / Loan Constant: The annual payment required per dollar of a mortgage loan, including principal and interest. MORE

Harmonic Constants

Science / Tides and Currents / Harmonic Constants: The amplitudes and epochs of the harmonic constituents of the tide or tidal current at any place. MORE

Locked Rotor Torque

Technology / Motors / Locked Rotor Torque: The minimum torque that a motor will develop at rest for all angular positions of the rotor (with rated voltage applied at rated frequency). MORE

Full-Load Torque

Technology / Motors / Full-Load Torque: That torque of a motor necessary to produce its rated horsepower at full-load speed, sometimes referred to as running torque. MORE

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