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  1. Solución analítica de un filtro de Kalman estacionario para la observación de deriva en modelos de emisiones de NOx en motores diesel de automoción

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    C. Guardiola

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: En los algoritmos de control y diagnóstico de los motores diesel la precisión en la estimación de las variables resulta crítica. En el caso de las emisiones de óxidos de nitrógeno (NOx recientemente se han desarrollado sensores con una buena precisión de medida estacionaria pero que, debido a su lentitud y a la existencia de un retraso significativo, presentan unas características dinámicas insuficientes para el control. Por otro lado, existen diferentes tipos de modelos capaces de reproducir con mayor o menor precisión la respuesta dinámica de los NOx; sin embargo, ninguno de ellos está exento de deriva asociada al envejecimiento del motor y de los diferentes sensores que suministran las entradas al modelo. La combinación de un modelo de emisiones con un sensor de NOx permite proporcionar una estimación que combina las características dinámicas del modelo con la precisión del sensor. En este trabajo se combina la información a través de un modelo en espacio de estados que permite la observación y corrección de la deriva del modelo de NOx. El vector de estado que describe la salida objetivo se aumenta con un estado extra que define la deriva o error estacionario entre el modelo derivado y la referencia de medida del sensor. El vector de estado es observado mediante un filtro de Kalman. Dicho modelo es lineal invariante en el tiempo y las covarianzas de los ruidos que afectan a los estados son consideradas como constantes. Bajo estas hipótesis, el filtro es estacionario, es decir, la ecuación de Riccati que estima la ganancia del filtro converge tras un número determinado de iteraciones. El presente artículo resuelve la ecuación iterativa de Riccati para dichas condiciones y deriva la solución analítica del filtro. Asimismo, dicho algoritmo es usado para la estimación de NOx en un motor diesel y en el nuevo ciclo Europeo de conducción (NEDC. Abstract: An augmented state-space model for drift correction is

  2. Una propuesta metodológica para extraer factores comunes dinámicos estacionales y no estacionarios

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    Orozco Sánchez, María Camila

    2013-01-01

    Este trabajo presenta una metodóloga empírica que permite extraer factores comunes dinámicos estacionales y no estacionarios, basados en el análisis factorial dinámico estacional de Nieto et al. (2013), en el análisis factorial dinámico de Peña y Poncela (2006) y en el modelo de estacionalidad común en diferentes frecuencias planteado por Busetti (2006). La metodología propuesta es aplicada a nueve series de la macroeconomía Colombiana

  3. Uso de la distribución normal para cuantificar la calidad del riego en sistemas de aspersión estacionario

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    José Nicolás Ortiz Romero

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available En el campo experimental de riego del Decanato de Agronomía de la UCLA se llevó a cabo un estudio cuyo objetivo fue cuantificar el reparto del agua y los parámetros de calidad del riego en un sistema de aspersión estacionario durante dos ciclos del cultivo de caraota usando la distribución normal. Se determinó el área adecuadamente regada (AAR en 13 eventos de riego, y esta se relacionó con los parámetros eficiencia de aplicación (Efa, pérdidas por percolación, eficiencia de almacenamiento (Efal y el déficit. Los resultados mostraron que la Efal y la percolación aumentaron con el incremento del AAR; mientras, la Efa y el déficit disminuyeron con el aumento del AAR. Los parámetros de calidad del riego en función del AAR se ajustaron apropiadamente a una regresión lineal, donde los coeficientes y el modelo resultaron significativos (p

  4. Diagnóstico de motores eléctricos para la localización de fallas incipientes

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    Delgado Arredondo, Paulo Antonio

    2017-01-01

    En este trabajo se presenta la exploración de metodologías de diagnóstico basadas en el análisis de vibraciones y sonido, debido a que cada señal amplifica mejor la presencia de un tipo de avería, y que, frente a un motor con un funcionamiento sospechoso, resulta conveniente combinar la información de cada una de ellas. Una de las contribuciones de este trabajo es una nueva metodología de análisis para la detección de fallas en motores de inducción en estado estacionario. El diagnóstico de la...

  5. Caracterización reológica en estado estacionario de pastas para detergentes que contienen tripolifosfato pentasódico

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    Guerrero Conejo, Antonio Francisco

    1988-01-01

    Las propiedades detersivas de los detergentes dependen de la concentración de iones alcalino-térreos en el medio de lavado. Para su eliminación por secuestro o precipitación se incluyen en sus formulaciones compuestos que actúan como coadyuvantes, de los cuales el más empleado es el tripolifosfato pentasódico. No obstante, a pesar de sus indudables ventajas y de que en la actualidad, la casi totalidad de los procesos de fabricación de detergentes se apoyan en la utilización de este compuesto,...

  6. Módulo para la medición de variables en motores de combustión interna

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    Flavio Humberto Fernández-Morales

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Los motores de combustión interna son ampliamente utilizados como fuentes de alimentación en lugares de difícil acceso. Usualmente estos motores, de baja y media potencia, no cuentan con la instrumentación adecuada para que el usuario pueda establecer su correcto funcionamiento en variables como: temperatura, presión de aceite y velocidad de giro. En este trabajo se describe el diseño y puesta a punto de un módulo para la medición de las anteriores variables, que puede ser empleado en motores de combustión interna de funcionamiento estacionario. Se fabricó una tarjeta de adquisición de datos basada en el PIC 16F873, al cual se adaptaron los sensores de estado sólido requeridos para la medición de las variables. Este módulo permite la visualización de las variables a medir y puede ser programado para establecer rangos de operación según el motor con el que se quiera trabajar.

  7. DINAMICA Y ESTADO ESTACIONARIO DE UN ROBOT MANIPULADOR EN EL DOMINIO FISICO

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    Padilla García, José Aarón

    2012-01-01

    En este trabajo de investigación se propone un procedimiento para determinar la respuesta de estado estacionario de un robot manipulador planar, el cual pertence a un tipo de sis- temas no lineales caracterizado por el producto de estados, mediante el modelado en Bond Graph con una causalidad derivativa (BGD) en los elementos almacenadores. Esta repre- sentación del sistema no tiene sentido físico, pero dentro del marco teórico del Bond Graph puede proporcionar información vali...

  8. Facility Bench of Stationary Engines for Study of Emissions (E65-PO) CIEMAT; Instalacion Banco de Motores Estacionarios para Estudio de Emisiones (E65-PO) CIEMAT

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    Rojas Garcia, E; Rodriguez Maroto, J J

    2007-07-01

    The Project of Technology of Aerosols in Generation of Energy, of the Department of Fossil Fuels of the CIEMAT, began in the year 2004, a research activity line, based on the study of the emissions coming from internal combustion engines, particularly of Diesel technology. Activity was continued by the Polluting Emissions Group of the Department of Environment, when becoming the original Project in this Group. From the concession to the Group, of the project GR/AMB/0119/2004 Evaluation of the Emissions of Biodiesel supported by the Autonomous Community of Madrid together with the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), this activity was encourage, with the design, assembly and to get ready of the facility Bench of stationary engines for study of emissions, located in the building 65 at CIEMAT, Madrid. The present report constitutes a detailed technical description of each one of the elements that the installation Bench of stationary engines for study of emissions it integrated within the framework of the referred project (GR/AMB/0119/2004) and whose capacity includes studies of the effects of the engine, fuel, operation conditions, and methodology of sampling and measurement of emissions (gases and particles). The fundamental parts of facility describes in the present report are: engine test cell (cabin of sound insulation , ventilation and refrigeration system, anti vibrations mounting, engine, dynamometric brake), lines of preconditioning of particles and gases emissions (exhaust line, primary and secondary dilution lines, gases cleaning system...), other general parts of facility (sampling and measurement station, service lines...). The present report not only reflects the characteristics of the systems involved, but rather also in certain cases specified the procedure and reason for their choice. (Author) 10 refs.

  9. Perfiles de Velocidad en el Cilindro de un Motor Alternativo Velocity Profiles in an Alternative Engine Cilinder

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    Simón J Fygueroa; Jesús O Araque; Carlos G Villamar

    2007-01-01

    El objetivo del presente trabajo es mostrar los resultados de la medición de las componentes de la velocidad del aire admitido en el cilindro simulado de un motor CFR (Cooperative Fuels Research) instalado en un banco de flujo estacionario al cual se ha conectado un sistema de adquisición de datos. Para determinar las velocidades se empleó un anemómetro de hilo caliente previamente calibrado. Se realizaron mediciones sobre diferentes puntos de varios planos transversales del cilindro para dif...

  10. Procedure for the energy evaluation of electric motors; Procedimiento para la evaluacion energetica de motores electricos

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    Feliz Quiroz, Marco Antonio [Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana (Mexico)

    2002-06-01

    The present article is not a complete treaty about motors, here it is simply tried to show a practical procedure to evaluate electric motors, in order to determine the economics of their possible replacement by others of high efficiency. With the former in mind, the included database is sustained in the information of a representative number of motors brands commercialized in Mexico, since to include all the brands sold in our country would not be practical and it would be outside the scope of this publication. [Spanish] El presente articulo no es todo un tratado acerca de motores, sencillamente aqui se pretende mostrar un procedimiento practico para evaluar los motores electricos, a fin de determinar la rentabilidad de su eventual reemplazo por otros de alta eficiencia. Por lo anterior, la base de datos incluida se sustente en la informacion de un numero representativo de marcas de motores comercializados en Mexico, ya que abarcar todas las marcas vendidas en nuestro pais no seria practico y quedaria fuera del alcance de esta publicacion.

  11. Dos crisis de la economía mexicana: 1995 y 2009. Un análisis dinámico de estado estacionario

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    Eduardo Loría

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Desde hace 30 años México entró en una fase de lento crecimiento económico y dentro de ella destacan por su intensidad las crisis de 1995 y 2009 que se originaron por diferentes factores y que han tenido diferentes consecuencias. Se demuestra a través del modelo Ramsey-Koopmans-Cass ampliado para economías abiertas que la crisis de 1995 fue de mayor impacto y por tanto sacó a la economía de su trayectoria de estado estacionario.

  12. EXTERNALIDADES DE LA MANO DE OBRA CALIFICADA Y ESTADOS ESTACIONARIOS MÚLTIPLES EN UNA ECONOMÍA ABIERTA PEQUEÑA

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    Wilson Pérez-Oviedo

    2015-01-01

    En este modelo, si bien las empresas exhiben rendimientos constantes a escala, la economía entera exhibe también crecientes rendimientos a escala debido a las ex - ternalidades positivas de la mano de obra calificada. Esto hace factible la existencia de estados estacionarios múltiples que pueden ordenarse en el sentido de Pareto, lo cual es útil para reflexionar sobre los problemas del desarrollo. Este modelo, al pre - decir que la productividad marginal del capital es igual en todos los p...

  13. Oportunidades do ambiente domiciliar para o desenvolvimento motor Oportunidades del ambiente domiciliar para el desarrollo motor Opportunities in the home environment for motor development

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    Érica Cesário Defilipo

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Avaliar as oportunidades presentes no ambiente domiciliar para o desenvolvimento motor de lactentes. MÉTODOS: Estudo epidemiológico de base populacional, transversal, realizado com 239 lactentes com idade entre três e 18 meses, residentes no município de Juiz de Fora, MG, em 2010. Os participantes foram selecionados por amostragem aleatória estratificada, conglomerada, em múltiplos estágios. Para avaliar a qualidade e quantidade de estímulo motor no ambiente domiciliar foi utilizado o instrumento Affordance in the Home Environment for Motor Development - Infant Scale. Procedeu-se a análise bivariada com aplicação do teste qui-quadrado, seguida de regressão logística multinomial para verificar a associação entre as oportunidades presentes no domicílio e fatores biológicos, comportamentais, demográficos e socioeconômicos. RESULTADOS: As oportunidades de estimulação ambiental foram relativamente baixas. Na análise bivariada, para a faixa etária de três a nove meses, foi encontrada associação com os fatores: ordem de nascimento (p = 0,06, classificação socioeconômica (p = 0,08, renda mensal (p = 0,06 e renda per capita (p = 0,03. No modelo de regressão, prevaleceu a classificação socioeconômica (RC = 7,46; p = 0,03. Para a faixa etária de dez a 18 meses, os fatores associados, na análise bivariada, foram: estado civil materno (p OBJETIVO: Evaluar las oportunidades presentes en el ambiente domiciliar para el desarrollo motor de lactantes. MÉTODOS: Estudio epidemiológico de base poblacional, transversal, realizado con 239 lactantes con edad entre tres y 18 meses, residentes en el municipio de Juiz de Fora, Sureste de Brasil, en 2010. Los participantes se seleccionaron por muestreo aleatorio estratificado, conglomerado, en múltiples fases. Para evaluar la calidad y cantidad de estimulo motor en el ambiente domiciliar se utilizó el instrumento Affordance in the Home Environment for Motor Development

  14. Recommendations for the use of high efficiency motors; Recomendaciones para la utilizacion de motores de alta eficiencia

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    Buitron Sanchez, Horacio [Comision Federal de Electricidad, Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1994-12-31

    In this paper the most important characteristics of the high efficiency motors are examined and the use of these motors as an alternative for the saving and efficient use of the electrical energy is proposed. The operating cost is analyzed in relation with similar standard motors and several suggestions that can help to justify its application are given. [Espanol] En este trabajo se examinan las caracteristicas relevantes de los motores de alta eficiencia y se plantea su utilizacion como alternativa para el ahorro y uso eficiente de la energia electrica. Se analiza su costo de operacion, en relacion con motores estandar similares y se dan varias sugerencias que pueden ayudar a justificar su aplicacion.

  15. Recommendations for the use of high efficiency motors; Recomendaciones para la utilizacion de motores de alta eficiencia

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    Buitron Sanchez, Horacio [Comision Federal de Electricidad, Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1993-12-31

    In this paper the most important characteristics of the high efficiency motors are examined and the use of these motors as an alternative for the saving and efficient use of the electrical energy is proposed. The operating cost is analyzed in relation with similar standard motors and several suggestions that can help to justify its application are given. [Espanol] En este trabajo se examinan las caracteristicas relevantes de los motores de alta eficiencia y se plantea su utilizacion como alternativa para el ahorro y uso eficiente de la energia electrica. Se analiza su costo de operacion, en relacion con motores estandar similares y se dan varias sugerencias que pueden ayudar a justificar su aplicacion.

  16. Cálculo de un sistema de inyección multifuel para motores Diesel

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    PAVÍA PARRA, MARC

    2015-01-01

    [ES] Los nuevos diseños de motores buscan como estrategia la combinación de propiedades de los combustibles Diesel y gasolina convencionales, por sus ventajas en cuanto a rendimiento y emisiones. El presente proyecto calculará el impacto que estos cambios pueden tener sobre la mezcla combustible-aire, y cómo se quema el combustible en el motor. Para ello se empleará un código de cálculo 1D de chorros, en el cual se definen las condiciones de contorno en el cilindro del motor y se puede predec...

  17. Optimización de Estatores para Motores Superconductores de Flujo Axial Optimización de Estatores para Motores Superconductores de Flujo Axial

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    Oscar Gerardo Ibarra-Manzano

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available The development of superconducting electrical machines has been designed primarily to design and build engines with the superconducting magnetic field in radial configuration, as traditional engines, so the design and construction of rotating electrical machines in axial flow configuration has become an alternative for the design and construction of such engines. In this paper we present preliminary calculations for the optimization of the stator of a superconducting motor in axial flow confi guration, based on the equations of general power of the rotary axial flow configuration. It performs the construction, optimization and evaluation of models of stators in geometries of 4, 6 and 8 poles with high-temperature superconducting tapes of Bismuth. The results show the feasibility of the design implemented, which is verified by a significant decrease in the current of superconducting motor operation.El desarrollo de máquinas eléctricas superconductoras ha estado encaminado principalmentea diseñar y construir motores superconductores con el campo magnético en configuración radial, como los motores tradicionales, por lo que el diseño y construcción demáquinas eléctricas rotativas en configuración de flujo axial ha venido a ser una alternativa para el diseño y construcción de este tipo de motores. En el presente trabajo se presentan los cálculos preliminares para la optimización del estator de un motor superconductor en configuración de flujo axial, basados en las ecuaciones generales de potencia de las máquinas eléctricas rotativas en configuración flujo axial ha venido a ser una alternativa para el diseño y construcción, optimización y evaluación de modelos de estatores en geometrías de 4, 6 y 8 polos, con cintas superconductoras de alta temperatura de Bismuto. Los resultados obtenidos muestran la viabilidaddel diseño implementado, lo cual se comprueba por medio de una disminución significativa de la corriente de operaci

  18. Algoritmo PSO para identificación de parámetros en un motor DC

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    César Duarte

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se presenta la aplicación del algoritmo Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO como estrategia de búsqueda para determinar los parámetros de un sistema tipo caja gris. Este proceso de identificación se ilustra utilizando la respuesta a un escalón de un motor DC en lazo abierto. Para agilizar la identificación del sistema a través del uso de PSO, se limita el espacio de búsqueda usando la información que puede extraerse de la respuesta en el dominio del tiempo del sistema a identificar. Los resultados del proceso de identificación de los parámetros del motor se obtienen utilizando la herramienta PSOt disponible para entorno Matlab® desarrollada por Brian Birge.

  19. EXTERNALIDADES DE LA MANO DE OBRA CALIFICADA Y ESTADOS ESTACIONARIOS MÚLTIPLES EN UNA ECONOMÍA ABIERTA PEQUEÑA

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    Wilson Pérez-Oviedo

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available En este modelo, si bien las empresas exhiben rendimientos constantes a escala, la economía entera exhibe también crecientes rendimientos a escala debido a las ex - ternalidades positivas de la mano de obra calificada. Esto hace factible la existencia de estados estacionarios múltiples que pueden ordenarse en el sentido de Pareto, lo cual es útil para reflexionar sobre los problemas del desarrollo. Este modelo, al pre - decir que la productividad marginal del capital es igual en todos los países, resuelve el problema de asignación de capital (Lucas, 1990. Otra predicción del modelo es que la productividad de la mano de obra calificada es mayor en los países des- arrollados que en los países subdesarrollados, lo cual aporta un factor importante para explicar la migración de la mano de obra calificada a los países ricos. También explica cómo es que un país que tiene agentes que no experimentan asimetrías de información, conductas irracionales ni restricciones crediticias puede estar atrapa - do en un punto fijo donde únicamente se invierten pequeñas cantidades de capital, se pagan bajos salarios, la productividad de la mano de obra calificada es baja y la mayoría de la fuerza laboral es no calificada.

  20. Diseño preliminar de un rotor de onda para motores con microturbina

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    Gina P. Pérez B.

    2009-01-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo presenta un analisis preliminar sobre los beneficios de ia implementacion de un rotor de onda en una micro-turbina convencional. Este estudio se enfoca en la consecución de un punto de disefio por medio de cálculos térmicos para así lograr una geometría adecuada, la cual podra ser evaluada por medio de Dinámica de Flujo Computacional CFD para determinar la viabilidad de la implementacion de este dispositive en un motor con micro-turbina a gas de 30 lb, de empuje.

  1. Estratégias para o desenvolvimento motor, intelectual e social para beneficiários de APAES

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    Byanca Eugênia Duarte Silva

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available A APAE é uma entidade filantrópica que desenvolve atividades de sensibilização, conscientização, prevenção, habilitação, reabilitação e inserção no mercado de trabalho. Dentro dessa perspectiva as atividades lúdicas são recurso pedagógico bastante importante, uma vez que além desenvolver as regras de comportamento pode desenvolver sua coordenação motora, suas habilidades visuais e auditivas, e seu raciocínio criativo e cognitivo.  Logo, o estudo objetivou evidenciar a importância das atividades lúdicas pedagógicas para o desenvolvimento da pessoa com deficiência, apresentando sugestões que propiciam este desenvolvimento em diferentes esferas. O presente estudo trata-se de um relato de experiência a partir do estágio realizado na Associação de Pais e Amigos dos Excepcionais (APAE da cidade de Cajazeiras-PB, em detrimento de um trabalho psicoterapêutico realizado com cinco adolescentes beneficiários, no período de outubro à novembro de 2015. Para este trabalho psicoterapêutico utilizou-se da sugestão de 10 atividades lúdicas pedagógicas que trabalham aspectos motores, cognitivos e sociais dos beneficiários. Este leque de atividades mostra as várias formas de possibilidades para que a pessoa com deficiência aperfeiçoe e/ou desenvolva sua capacidade intelectual, motora e social. Como também aumente sua apropriação do real através do simbólico, que são os objetos. Portanto as atividades lúdicas pedagógicas é um valioso recurso para impulsionar o desenvolvimento das pessoas com deficiência.Strategies for motor development, intellectual and social for beneficiaries of APAESAbstract: APAE is a philanthropic organization that develops awareness activities, awareness, prevention, habilitation, rehabilitation and integration into the labor market. Within this perspective the play activities are very important educational resource, as well develop the rules of behavior can develop their motor skills

  2. El biodiesel de aceite de higuerilla como combustible alternativo para motores diesel

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    ALIRIO BENAVIDES

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se presenta un estudio experimental sobre la producción y utilización del biodiesel de aceite de higuerilla. El máximo rendimiento de metilésteres en la reacción de transesterificación del aceite de higuerilla usado se obtiene bajo las siguientes condiciones: temperatura ambiente, una relación molar metanol/aceite de 9 y una concentración de catalizador de 0.8%. El biodiesel de aceite de higuerilla puede ser mezclado con el combustible diesel convencional derivado del petróleo en proporciones hasta del 15%, sin que la mezcla resultante se salga de las especificaciones de calidad estipuladas en los estándares nacionales e internacionales para combustibles diesel. La mayor dificultad para el uso del biodiesel de aceite de higuerilla en motores es su alta viscosidad. Sin embargo este biocombustible presenta excelentes propiedades de flujo a baja temperatura (valores bajos para los puntos de nube y fluidez. Las pruebas en motor con mezclas biodiesel de higuerilla/diesel convencional, en el rango de proporciones de biodiesel ensayadas, muestran que ha medida que se incrementa la proporción de biodiesel en la mezcla aumenta el consumo específico de combustible, disminuye el dosado relativo, la opacidad de humos se disminuye levemente, mientras que el rendimiento efectivo y las emisiones de CO y CO2 prácticamente permanecen constantes

  3. Investigación en Progreso: Sistemas Inteligentes en Arquitecturas de Motores para Videojuegos

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    Hernan Merlino

    2013-02-01

    Full Text Available La industria de productos lúdicos informatizados (más conocidos como videojuegos es una de las actividades económicas de mayor crecimiento en los últimos años. Durante el 2006, en los Estados Unidos los ingresos por videojuegos excedieron por primera vez en la historia a los del cine. Sin embargo, a pesar del auge en este mercado, todavía existen más ofertas de empleo que personas preparadas para ocuparlos. Para lograr el desarrollo de un videojuego se requiere de diversos conocimientos, como ser, diseño multimedial, manejo de lenguajes de programación especifica, uso de plataformas de actividades lúdicas, entre otros; sumado a estas actividades es necesario dotar al videojuego con un grado de inteligencia que lo haga no determinista; logrando que los jugadores mantengan durante una mayor cantidad de tiempo el interés por el mismo, pues de no ser así, los jugadores solo lo utilizarían hasta llegar hasta comprender la lógica de funcionamiento y perderian el interés por el videojuego. Es por esto que es de interés para la industria del video juego el desarrollo de motores basados en sistemas inteligentes tomando la experiencia adquirida en otros dominios, como ser, robótica, minería de datos y control de procesos, haciendo las adaptaciones necesarias al dominio en cuestión..

  4. Modelado y control en vuelo estacionario de helicópteros autónomos con cable de fijación a tierra

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    Luis A. Sandino

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: Los helicópteros son conocidos por sus capacidades de vuelo estacionario (maniobra conocida como hovering, despegue y aterrizaje vertical. Sin embargo, la ejecución de la maniobra de hovering puede verse afectada seriamente por perturbaciones como ráfagas de viento. Lo anterior es más significativo en el caso de helicópteros a escala, que son comúnmente adoptados como plataformas para el desarrollo de vehículos aéreos no tripulados. Para solventar las dificultades anteriores y conseguir maniobras de hovering más estables es posible emplear una configuración consistente en un helicóptero autónomo, un cable de fijación a tierra y un sistema de control que ajusta la tensión en el cable. En este artículo, además de incluir los pasos necesarios para obtener un modelo detallado del sistema, se presenta un análisis de los beneficios inherentes a la configuración con cable, así como el esquema general para el diseño de estrategias de control. A manera de ilustración, se incluyen simulaciones comparativas con perturbaciones de viento generadas artificialmente. Abstract: Helicopters are well-known by their hovering and vertical take-off and landing capabilities. However, the performance of the valuable feature of hovering can be seriously affected by external disturbances such as wind effect. The latter could be even more significant when dealing with small-size helicopters, which are commonly adopted as base platforms for developing unmanned aerial vehicles. In order to address the aforementioned instabilities in hovering maneuvers, it is possible to use an augmented configuration that consists of the unmanned helicopter itself, a tether connecting the helicopter to the ground, and a system in charge of adjusting the tether tension. In this paper, in addition to a detailed model of the system, an analysis on the inherent benefits to the augmented configuration is presented, as well as a general scheme for control design. By

  5. Condiciones de monitoreo para sistema de control de motores de combustión interna

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    Elio Rafael Hidalgo-Batista

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo se presentan las insuficiencias existentes en el sistema de control de los motores de combustión interna pertenecientes a los grupos electrógenos, estas insuficiencias se determinaron luego de un análisis realizado al surgimiento de las fallas y a este sistema. Para la mejora del mismo se da a conocer un procedimiento que permite el seguimiento y procesamiento de las condiciones de monitoreo de estos equipos, el uso de este procedimiento ha permitido: definir los patrones de fallo de las tres variables (de ocho que se estudian que con mayor probabilidad se relacionan con el surgimiento de los fallos, mejorar el método comparativo y dos insuficiencias del sistema de control.

  6. Comparison of standards to determine the efficiency of three-phase induction motors; Comparacion de normas para determinar la eficiencia de motores de induccion trifasicos

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    Renier, B and others [IEEE, (United States)

    2001-09-01

    The Mexican industry often acquires from different countries, complete systems of production or auxiliaries, most of them impelled by squirrel cage electric motors, whose efficiency stated by the manufacturer is calculated by applying regional or local standards. For this reason, for the accomplishment of an energy balance -one of the first steps to follow is to determine the saving potential of a plant- it is important to know how the mentioned motor saving potentials were evaluated. It is worthwhile to indicate that an incorrect estimation could get to modify the economics of the applied measures. [Spanish] La industria mexicana a menudo adquiere de distintos paises, sistemas completos de produccion o auxiliares, la mayor parte de los cuales estan impulsados por motores electricos tipo aula de ardilla cuya eficiencia declarada por el fabricante se calcula aplicando normas regionales o locales. Por tal motivo, para la realizacion de un balance de energia -uno de los primeros pasos a seguir para determinar los potenciales de ahorro de una planta- resulta importante conocer como fueron evaluadas los mencionados motores. Cabe senalar que una estimacion incorrecta pudiera llegar a modificar la rentabilidad de la medida aplicada.

  7. Diseño de una sala de pruebas para motores alternativos de combustión interna

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    García Pamplona, Jesús

    2007-01-01

    Los bancos de ensayos para motores son de vital importancia para el desarrollo de éstos (o el de alguno de sus componentes) ya que permiten tener un registro de su comportamiento tanto en las condiciones normales de funcionamiento como en situaciones extremas a las que puedan verse obligados a trabajar. Es importante definir la finalidad del banco de ensayos (para producción, investigación, rectificación,…); el tipo de pruebas a realizar (ensayo de potencia, emisión de conta...

  8. Desarrollo de un controlador para motores DC brushless basado en CompactRIO y LabVIEW de National Instruments para el estudio de nuevos algoritmos de control

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    García Haro, Juan Miguel

    2011-01-01

    Este proyecto que el CAR inició hace pocos años tiene como objetivo principal el estudio y desarrollo de nuevas tecnologías en el campo de actuación y control automático, que servirá de base para otras futuras investigaciones dentro del centro. La tecnología a la que se hace mención se refiere al control de actuadores basados en motores DC brushless (BLDC Motors) empleando el sistema de hardware embebido CompactRIO y programación LabVIEW de National Instruments. Tradicionalmente se emplea en ...

  9. The optimization of electric motors repair techniques as a mean for electric energy saving; La optimizacion de las tecnicas de reparacion de motores electricos como un medio para ahorrar energia electrica

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    Zagal Leon, Juan Ruben [Fideicomiso para el Ahorro de Energia Electrica (FIDE), Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1998-12-31

    This paper presents, in a very concise, which are the techniques to optimize the electric motors repair made by the Fideicomiso para el Ahorro de Energia Electrica (FIDE), the loss of efficiency that might exist after repairing an electric motor, as well as the procedures to perform an optimum reparation of the electric motors. Furthermore, some recommendations are given for the selection of an adequate rewinding shop to guarantee that the motor does not suffer efficiency losses after its repair. [Espanol] Este trabajo presenta, de manera muy concreta, cuales son las tecnicas para optimizar las tecnicas de reparacion de motores electricos realizado por el Fideicomiso para el Ahorro de Energia Electrica (FIDE), el nivel de perdida de eficiencia que puede existir despues de reparar un motor electrico, asi como los procedimientos para realizar una optima reparacion en motores electricos. Asimismo, se proporcionan algunas recomendaciones para seleccionar un taller de reembobinado adecuado para garantizar que el motor no sufra perdidas de eficiencia despues de su reparacion.

  10. The optimization of electric motors repair techniques as a mean for electric energy saving; La optimizacion de las tecnicas de reparacion de motores electricos como un medio para ahorrar energia electrica

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    Zagal Leon, Juan Ruben [Fideicomiso para el Ahorro de Energia Electrica (FIDE), Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1999-12-31

    This paper presents, in a very concise, which are the techniques to optimize the electric motors repair made by the Fideicomiso para el Ahorro de Energia Electrica (FIDE), the loss of efficiency that might exist after repairing an electric motor, as well as the procedures to perform an optimum reparation of the electric motors. Furthermore, some recommendations are given for the selection of an adequate rewinding shop to guarantee that the motor does not suffer efficiency losses after its repair. [Espanol] Este trabajo presenta, de manera muy concreta, cuales son las tecnicas para optimizar las tecnicas de reparacion de motores electricos realizado por el Fideicomiso para el Ahorro de Energia Electrica (FIDE), el nivel de perdida de eficiencia que puede existir despues de reparar un motor electrico, asi como los procedimientos para realizar una optima reparacion en motores electricos. Asimismo, se proporcionan algunas recomendaciones para seleccionar un taller de reembobinado adecuado para garantizar que el motor no sufra perdidas de eficiencia despues de su reparacion.

  11. Comparison the programs of energy efficiency for industrial electric motors; Comparacao de programas de eficiencia energetica para motores eletricos industriais

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    Mariotoni, Carlos Alberto; Naturesa, Jim Silva; Santos Junior, Joubert Rodrigues dos; Demanboro, Antonio Carlos [Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), Campinas, SP (Brazil). Faculdade de Engenharia Civil, Arquitetura e Urbanismo. Nucleo Interdisciplinar de Planejamento Energetico (NIPE)]. E-mail: cam@fec.unicamp.br; jimnaturesa@yahoo.com; joubert@fec.unicamp.br; anto1810@fec.unicamp.br

    2006-07-01

    This paper aims to present a comparison among the existing programs of energy efficiency for industrial electric motors in Brazil, in the United States of America and in the European Community. The analysis is restricted to the action of each program, considering that the mentioned countries present distinct economical, political and social characteristics. Therefore, it is intended to discuss the main barriers existing in the Brazilian industrial context which cause difficulties to develop a program of electric motors efficiency and to indicate some ways to overcome those barriers. (author)

  12. Diseño y construcción de un banco didáctico para pruebas de motores monofásicos.

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    Cornejo Ponce, Erick Alexander; Tinajero Guerra, Jorge Oswaldo

    2015-01-01

    El presente proyecto de grado sirve como guía didáctica del laboratorio donde se muestran los distintos tipos de motores monofásicos más comunes para aplicaciones residenciales, comerciales e industriales. El banco se conforma de una infraestructura metálica donde se instalan bloques de controles, protecciones y equipos de medición para analizar el funcionamiento en vacío de los motores; motor monofásico de fase partida o arranque por devanado auxiliar, motor monofásico de arranque por capac...

  13. Freno de corrientes parásitas para ensayo de motores eléctricos

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    Omar D. Gallo

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo trata distintos aspectos referidos al diseño, construcción y puesta en marcha de un freno dinamométrico de corrientes parásitas, destinado al ensayo de motores eléctricos. La introducción aborda los antecedentes y las experiencias previas con máquinas similares, además de precisiones constructivas sobre el freno y su fuente de alimentación. La sección de ensayos describe los valores de temperaturas de bobinas y discos y las pruebas bajo estados de carga. Los parámetros tales como fuerzas magnetomotrices, corrientes en discos, momentos y pérdidas, se calculan en la sección referida a valores de funcionamiento. Finalmente, en las conclusiones, se abordan las ventajas y desventajas de este tipo constructivo, y las mejoras que deberían realizarse para mejorar el desempeño de la máquina.

  14. Oportunidades do ambiente domiciliar e fatores associados para o desenvolvimento motor entre três e 18 meses de idade

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    Defilipo, Érica Cesário

    2011-01-01

    O ambiente domiciliar tem sido apontado na literatura como um dos fatores extrínsecos que mais influencia o desenvolvimento, pois proporciona à criança oportunidades para a exploração que permitem que o comportamento motor seja estimulado de forma natural. A interação com os pais, a variabilidade de estimulação e a disponibilidade de brinquedos são indicadores críticos para a qualidade do ambiente familiar. Os objetivos do presente estudo foram avaliar as oportunidades prese...

  15. Selection of electric motors for industrial processes with the rational energy use criteria; Seleccion de motores electricos para procesos industriales con criterios de uso racional de la energia

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    Morales Collantes, Arturo [Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1993-12-31

    Under the energy and ecological crisis we are now going through, but fundamentally because as human beings we can not keep on acting in such a thoughtless way, I write these notes, with the intention that we take more into consideration that whatever we do to improve the ways of energy consumption, will ease the human life preservation. The electric motors selection, plays an important roll in this respect, since it represents the highest percentage of electric energy consumption at national level. Therefore I will point out some basic criteria for an adequate selection. [Espanol] Ante la crisis energetica y ecologica por la que actualmente pasamos, pero fundamentalmente porque como seres humanos no podemos seguir actuando en forma tan irreflexiva, escribo estas notas, con la intencion de que tomemos mas en cuenta, que lo que hagamos para mejorar las formas de consumo de energia, facilitara la preservacion de la vida humana. La seleccion de motores electricos, juega un importante papel al respecto, ya que representa el mayor porcentaje del consumo de energia electrica a nivel nacional, por lo tanto senalare algunos criterios basicos para una adecuada seleccion.

  16. Selection of electric motors for industrial processes with the rational energy use criteria; Seleccion de motores electricos para procesos industriales con criterios de uso racional de la energia

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    Morales Collantes, Arturo [Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1992-12-31

    Under the energy and ecological crisis we are now going through, but fundamentally because as human beings we can not keep on acting in such a thoughtless way, I write these notes, with the intention that we take more into consideration that whatever we do to improve the ways of energy consumption, will ease the human life preservation. The electric motors selection, plays an important roll in this respect, since it represents the highest percentage of electric energy consumption at national level. Therefore I will point out some basic criteria for an adequate selection. [Espanol] Ante la crisis energetica y ecologica por la que actualmente pasamos, pero fundamentalmente porque como seres humanos no podemos seguir actuando en forma tan irreflexiva, escribo estas notas, con la intencion de que tomemos mas en cuenta, que lo que hagamos para mejorar las formas de consumo de energia, facilitara la preservacion de la vida humana. La seleccion de motores electricos, juega un importante papel al respecto, ya que representa el mayor porcentaje del consumo de energia electrica a nivel nacional, por lo tanto senalare algunos criterios basicos para una adecuada seleccion.

  17. The Effectiveness of four Motor Games for the Abdominal Conditioning Eficacia de cuatro juegos motores para el acondicionamiento de los músculos del abdomen

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    B. Flores

    2010-09-01

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    The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of four traditional motor games (“the tunnel”, “the chicken battle”, “the drunk” and “the wheelbarrow race” for strengthening the abdominal muscles. Electromyography (EMG was collected from rectus abdominis (RA, external oblique (EO, and internal oblique (IO from twelve healthy volunteers during the performance of the games and the trunk curl-up exercise. The EMG amplitude was averaged and normalized using maximal voluntary isometric contractions. A two-way ANOVA (muscle / task was used to compare the level of contraction activity and the way the abdominal muscles co-activated during the different tasks. For EO and IO, the EMG amplitudes during the games were equal or greater than the EMG amplitudes of the curl up. The wheelbarrow race produced the highest intensity of contraction for all muscles. The curl up principally activated RA and IO. On the other hand, the games activated the oblique muscles with higher intensity than RA. On the basis of these results, the motor games are effective for abdominal conditioning.
    KEY WORDS: motor games, exercises, training, abdominal muscles, electromyography.

     

    El objetivo de este estudio fue determinar la eficacia de cuatro juegos motores (“el túnel”, “la pelea de gallinas”, “el tentetieso” y “la carretilla” para el fortalecimiento de los músculos del abdomen. Para ello, se registró la electromiografía de los músculos rectus (RA, obliquus externus (OE y obliquus internus abdominis (OI de 12 voluntarios sanos durante la ejecución de los juegos y del ejercicio de encorvamiento del tronco. La amplitud electromiográfica fue promediada y normalizada respecto a la contracción voluntaria isométrica máxima. Posteriormente, se realizó un ANOVA de dos factores (músculo / tarea para comparar la intensidad de la activación muscular y

  18. Software efical para la gestión eficiente de motores en la industria; Software Efical for Efficient Management of Motors in the Industry

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    Elías V de la Rosa Masdueño

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se explica el diseño, e implementación de una herramienta capaz de controlar y gestionareficientemente los motores eléctricos de una industria. Para ello se elaboró un software de fácil manejoque resolviera el problema y que además brindara otras opciones a los usuarios que hicieran uso delmismo. EFICAL®, controla el inventario de los motores y sus equipos accionados, sus parámetrosnominales, mantenimientos y ensayos, permite calcular la eficiencia por distintos métodos y brinda ademásdatos de catálogos de diversos fabricantes.  This work explains the developing and application of a software tool for efficient management of electricmotors in the industry. For this it was develop friendly software that solve the problem and more over givesanother option to users. EFICAL®, controls the motor inventory and the equipment that they drive, theirnominal parameters, maintenance, and testing; also allow the efficiency calculations by various methodsand gives the catalog data of some manufacturers.

  19. Influencia del porcentaje de mezcla del aceite de higuerilla en la obtención de combustible alternativo para motores diesel

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    Arnoldo Emilio Delgado; Willian Aperador Chaparro; Jorge Réne Silva Gonzalez

    2011-01-01

    En el presente artículo se describe el uso del aceite de higuerilla como combustible alternativo en motores diesel. Para este fi n, se obtiene biodiesel a partir de aceite de higuerilla mediante el proceso de transesterifi cación. Se prueban tres mezclas de biodiesel (B5%, B10% y B20%) en un motor diesel, para el cual se midieron los siguientes parámetros: la potencia, el consumo de combustible, la temperatura del motor, y los gases de combustión;las mezclas fueron caracterizadas mediante la ...

  20. Diagnóstico exergético del proceso de combustión en un motor Diesel

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    Andrés Agudelo

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se desarrolla un modelo de diagnóstico exergético de una zona y dos especies, y se aplica para caracterizar la operación de un motor diesel. El modelo permite estudiar el proceso en el interior del cilindro durante el período de válvulas cerradas y determinar cómo se distribuye la exergía y cuál es el potencial exergético de las pérdidas. La experimentación se realizó en un motor diesel de automoción turboalimentado, de inyección directa montado en un banco de ensayos, operando bajo diferentes grados de carga. El diagnostico de combustión se realizó a partir de la presión instantánea en la cámara de combustión y se midieron y controlaron las principales variables de funcionamiento del motor para garantizar estado estacionario. Se determinaron las irreversibilidades y la distribución de la exergía a lo largo del proceso, encontrando que la combustión es la principal fuente de irreversibilidades. Los resultados mostraron que al aumentar el grado de carga disminuye la destrucción de exergía, lo cual se traduce principalmente en un aumento de la exergía de los gases de escape. Adicionalmente se identificó el potencial de cogeneración del motor, mostrando diferencias significativas entre los resultados de primera y segunda ley.

  1. Aplicación de la medida de NOx para el control de motores diesel sobrealimentados

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    Cabrera López, Pedro

    2013-01-01

    Los motores de combusti'on interna est'an inmersos en una constante evoluci'on tecnol'ogica con el ¿n de mejorar sus prestaciones y satisfacer adem'as las cada vez m'as restrictivas normas anticontaminantes. En el caso de los motores diesel esto concierne especialmente a las emisiones de NOx y part'¿culas. Los sistemas destinados a reducir estas emisiones (inyecci'on directa common-rail, sobrealimentaci'on con geometr'¿a variable, recirculaci'on de gases de escape, trampas de part'¿c...

  2. Ley de Coulomb y simulación de trayectorias de partículas cargadas en campos eléctricos estacionarios

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    Barco Ríos, Héctor; Rojas Calderón, Edilberto

    2001-01-01

    Se presenta una descripción del programa de computador "Ley de Coulomb y simulación de trayectorias de partículas cargadas en campos eléctricos estacionarios" creado por el profesor H. Barco Ríos con la colaboración del profesor E. Rojas C., y que ha sido utilizado como complemento del curso de Física II que en la actualidad se desarrolla en la Universidad Nacional de Colombia Sede Manizales. Este programa hace parte de una serie de trabajos que se han venido realizando con el propósito de...

  3. Elementos teórico-prácticos útiles para comprender el uso de los motores de búsqueda en Internet

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    Oller Gómez, Jorge

    2003-01-01

    Con el objetivo de presentar un conjunto de elementos teóricos y prácticos, útiles para conocer el funcionamiento de los llamados motores de búsqueda en Internet, se revisó la literatura existente en la red sobre el tema mediante los conocidos buscadores Google, Infoseek, WebCrawler, entre otros. Se presentan las características generales de los motores de búsqueda y sus componentes, con un énfasis especial en el empleo de los operadores booleanos y su utilización en cada uno de los motores e...

  4. Diseño y construcción del múltiple de escape para el motor Yamaha FZR600 de la formula SAE

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    Calle Solís, Eloy Tarquino; Rivas Macero, Dorian Alberto

    2014-01-01

    El documento consiste en la búsqueda de un diseño óptimo de múltiple de escape para implementarlo en el motor Yamaha FZR600 del prototipo Formula SAE. Este elemento debe brindar un buen funcionamiento del motor, cumplir con las normas del reglamento en cuanto a: ubicación dentro del chasis del monoplaza, niveles de ruido del motor, costo y medidas de seguridad que impone la competencia Formula Student. The document consists in the way to search an optimal design of the exhaust system in th...

  5. Influencia del porcentaje de mezcla del aceite de higuerilla en la obtención de combustible alternativo para motores diesel

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    Arnoldo Emilio Delgado

    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available En el presente artículo se describe el uso del aceite de higuerilla como combustible alternativo en motores diesel. Para este fi n, se obtiene biodiesel a partir de aceite de higuerilla mediante el proceso de transesterifi cación. Se prueban tres mezclas de biodiesel (B5%, B10% y B20% en un motor diesel, para el cual se midieron los siguientes parámetros: la potencia, el consumo de combustible, la temperatura del motor, y los gases de combustión;las mezclas fueron caracterizadas mediante la densidad, viscosidad, índice de refracción y calor de combustión. Se determinó que el uso del aceite de higuerilla en la mezcla genera un aumento en la viscosidad y el consumo de combustible, además también infl uye en la reducción del poder calorífico, potencia del motor, los gases de combustión como el CO y CO2, los óxidos de azufre, los hidrocarburos, la opacidad en los humos del escape del motor y ocasiona un equilibrio en el rendimiento observado en el motor diesel, manifi esto en las temperaturas del motor.

  6. Automatización de una línea de montaje de motores para parabrisas

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    Castillero Carmona, Marc

    2009-01-01

    Este proyecto está enfocado a la automatización de una línea de producción de parabrisas. Donde también se tendrá que realizar la instalación eléctrica para la alimentación de componentes eléctricos. La línea de producción pertenece a la empresa Robert Bosch fábrica de Castellet, donde se fabrican parabrisas traseros y delanteros, y pequeños componentes para automoción. La línea cuenta con varias máquinas automáticas y puestos manuales, de los cuales no se utilizarán todos para la fa...

  7. Algoritmo para la determinación de los parámetros del motor de inducción por datos nominales; Algorithm for the determination of the parameters of the induction motor for nominal data

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    Ignacio Romero Rueda

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available El trabajo presenta un nuevo enfoque para el cálculo de los parámetros del circuito equivalente para régimennominal, utilizando el teorema de Thevenin y las expresiones deducidas del mismo. Se comparan losresultados obtenidos por esta metodología con varias vías, existentes en la literatura y a través de losensayos típicos (vacío, rotor bloqueado y CD para el motor de inducción de rotor en jaula. La metodologíase aplica a dos motores y muestra efectividad en este campo.  Presently article is carried out an analysis from the experimental point of view of the variables of diagnosisstate (Opacity of the gases, temperatura of the gases of the escape, consumption of fuel for the determinationof the technical state or condition the injection apparatus of a diesel motive installation.

  8. Uso de óleos vegetais puros como combustíveis para motores diesel

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    Deny Cesar Moreira

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available This article aims to review the productive situation of the domestic industry of vegetable oils, point out what the main sources of raw materials and evaluate the use of these oils as a fuel source diesel engines for motor vehicles and generating electricity. Show the importance of these oils as a fuel source, generation of employment and income and especially social development when their use for provision of electricity to isolated communities. It reaffirms the importance of the use of vegetable oils as another renewable fuel source and its relevance with environmental issues.

  9. Qualification of electric motors class 1E for supply of motors and its repair; Calificacion de motores electricos clase 1E para el suministro de motores alternativos a los orginales y su reparacion

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    Perez, E.; Gonzalez, J. J.; Fernandez, A.; Garcia, D.

    2005-07-01

    Different original suppliers of nuclear grade equipment have either disappeared or discontinued the manufacture of this kind equipment. Under this situation nuclear plants are experiencing difficulties when dealing with the substitution or maintenance of these equipment. Tecnatom and Cantarey have developed a new line of Class 1E qualified electric low voltage motors which can be used as an alternative to originally installed safety-related motors or for its repair and maintenance. (Author)

  10. Realidad virtual para el mantenimiento de motores de avión

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    Aiert Amundarain

    2003-07-01

    Full Text Available Exponemos un sistema de realidad virtual para la simulación de procesos de mantenimiento en aeronáutica que se ha desarrollado en el marco del Proyecto REVIMA. Hemos desarrollado un hardware nuevo (háptico y resuelto diversos problemas al elaborar el software que integra el sistema. El nuevo háptico se emplea para realizar el seguimiento del movimiento de las manos, y al mismo tiempo devuelve una fuerza que provoca la sensación de estar trabajando con una maqueta física. Los principales módulos de software son: el módulo de generación de imágenes, el módulo de colisión y el módulo de control. La integración del sistema está basada en dos ordenadores conectados mediante una LAN que comparten diferentes tareas y datos. El módulo de visualización ha sido implementado empleando sistemas gráficos de bajo coste y mediante un estudio exhaustivo se ha logrado una frecuencia válida para las operaciones de simulación. Los modelos consisten en más de dos mil elementos diferentes y emplean alrededor de dos millones de polígonos para describir su geometría. Este trabajo presenta una breve descripción del conjunto y desarrolla de modo específico las técnicas de visualización que se han desarrollado.

  11. Recursos materiales para el desarrollo motor grueso en escolares de 6-9 años

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    José Manuel Cenizo Benjumea

    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo de la investigación ha sido conocer los recursos materiales de educación física más eficaces para mejorar el desarrollo motor grueso del alumnado de 6 a 9 años, en función de su sexo y edad. La muestra de 982 escolares estuvo dividida en tres grupos experimentales según el tipo de material fungible y un grupo de control. Se empleó el test TGM-2, mediante un pretest y un postest tras una intervención de 14 sesiones. La diferencia de puntuaciones directas en los dos ámbitos (locomotor y control de objetos fue mayor en los grupos experimentales (p-valor<0,05. Dicha diferencia resulta más elevada con el uso de materiales alternativos, seguido de “solo balones” y “no balones” en ambos ciclos educativos y en los dos sexos, excepto para las niñas de segundo ciclo, donde los mejores resultados se producen en el grupo experimental de materiales “solo balones”.

  12. Generador oxihidrógeno para motor de combustión interna

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    Cebrián López, Héctor

    2014-01-01

    La pujada de preus dels carburants per la crisi econòmica actual motiva a investigar fonts d'energia alternatives. Les fonts d'energia convencionals com els combustibles fòssils són contaminants i costoses, i l'hidrogen generat a través de l'electròlisi de l'aigua és una solució ecològica i econòmica. En aquest projecte es dissenya un generador d'oxihidrógeno i s'estudien els efectes de l'addició d'aquest gas en 2 motors de combustió interna de 2 temps i 50 cc. Els resultats indiquen que, ...

  13. Factores de un modelo electromagnético a escala para desarrollar motores lineales de laboratorio

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    Becerra Escudero, Carlos; Bermudez, Gustavo

    1982-01-01

    El presente trabajo emplea un "modelo electromagnético" basado en factores dimensionales de longitud, corriente y número de vueltas, los cuales fueron seleccionados como materia básica para desarrollar teórica y experimentalmente un sistema prototipo de levitación-propulsión magnética de vehículos a pequeña escala de laboratorio. El trabajo proporciona las especificaciones técnicas generales del diseño del modelo a escala, concebido primordialmente en base a una máquina real de 4000 Kg de...

  14. Prototipo de motor de realidad aumentada tridimensional para dispositivos móviles

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    Suárez Canosa, Xoan Iago

    2016-01-01

    La Realidad Aumentada es la tecnología que nos permite superponer elementos gráficos sobre el mundo real. Para que ésta pueda funcionar adecuadamente es necesario conocer con precisión cuál es la posición de la cámara desde la que vemos el mundo y cómo se conforman las imágenes que nos muestra. En este trabajo mostramos cómo calcular la posición de la cámara a partir de diferentes marcas tanto naturales como artificiales, vemos cual es la mejor forma de proyectar sobre estas ma...

  15. Eletroerosão por fio em metal duro para ferramentas de estampagem de lâminas de motores elétricos

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    Hespanhol, Heber de Carvalho

    2009-01-01

    Dissertação (mestrado) - Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Centro Tecnológico. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Engenharia Mecânica. O processo de eletroerosão por fio é utilizado atualmente na fabricação da maioria das matrizes e punções de metal duro (carbeto de tungstênio), usados em ferramentas de estampagem de aços para motores elétricos. As indústrias de eletrodomésticos, motores elétricos industriais, transformadores e compressores herméticos, utilizam ferramentas progressivas de...

  16. Diseño e implmentación de maletas didácticas con los Mini PLCS LOGO y ZELIO para aplicaciones en secuencia de motores.

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    Mestanza Ortiz, Joan Jorge; Cruz Lindao, Bolivar Geovanny

    2015-01-01

    El presente trabajo de tesis contempla el diseño e implementación de módulos didácticos utilizando los mini PLCS LOGO y ZELIO, para aplicaciones en secuencia de motores de manera manual o automática, el cual tendrá como tarea única y primordial, las aplicaciones de arranque de motores existentes en la industria, de forma manual o automática los cuales serán implementados por los estudiantes de la carrera Ingeniería Electrónica e Ingeniería Eléctrica de la Universidad Politécnica Salesiana se...

  17. "Desarrollo software de un módulo de cinética química en fase gaseosa para simulación 3D de motores de Combustión interna"

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    Forigua Rodriguez, Carlos Felipe

    2015-01-01

    Un reactor a volumen constante para (RVC) fue implementado utilizando Cantera dentro de KIVA-4 en un acople multifísico con el fin de simular varios motores. Se simuló un motor de encendido por compresión de carga homogénea (HCCI), un motor Diesel de inyección directa y un motor encendido por chispa. Sólo densidades parciales se intercambian entre KIVA y Cantera. Una densidad parcial inicial se calcula en KIVA para Cantera. Nuevas densidades son generadas por Cantera usando el ...

  18. Core y sistema de control neuro-motor: mecanismos básicos para la estabilidad del raquis lumbar

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    Víctor SEGARRA

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available El "CORE" es un concepto funcional que engloba la integración de tres sistemas cuyo óptimo funcionamiento garantiza la realización de tareas con una mayor eficacia y seguridad a nivel raquídeo, permitiendo adecuados niveles de estabilidad y control del movimiento. En este sentido, a fin de afrontar con éxito retos que demanden un control dinámico de la columna y la pelvis, el SNC debe aplicar estrategias diferentes, sopesando as fuerzas internas y externas con el fin de proporcionar una respuesta muscular que permita un movimiento óptimo y resista cualquier posible perturbación. En el presente manuscrito se revisa de forma aplicada, las bases, atendiendo a la información disponible actualmente, de los mecanismos básicos de control motor y las posibles alteraciones en los mismos a ser considerados por los especialistas en ejercicio respecto a su intervención mediante programas de ejercicio para la mejora de la capacidad de estabilización raquídea.

  19. Diseño y construcción de un prototipo digital para diagnósticar fallas en motores de inducción

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    FERNANDO VILLADA DUQUE

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se presenta el desarrollo de un prototipo digital utilizando un procesador de señales digitales DSP, al cual se le han incorporado dos algoritmos para diagnosticar fallas en el estator de motores de inducción. El primer algoritmo utiliza las redes neuronales artificiales para estimar la corriente de secuencia negativa, la cual es utilizada como indicador de falla. El segundo algoritmo utiliza la impedancia de secuencia inversa como indicador de falla. Se presenta la estructura general del prototipo y su implementación. Se incluyen los resultados obtenidos experimentalmente en un motor de 3 HP utilizando medida en línea a través del prototipo digital

  20. Pre-diseño de un motor eléctrico para el accionamiento de un automotor

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    Pernia Nieto, Carlos

    2017-01-01

    El presente proyecto versa sobre el pre-diseño de un motor síncrono de imanes permanentes. La motivación que ha llevado al planteamiento y realización de este trabajo es la necesidad actual de mejorar los motores eléctricos utilizados en tracción ferroviaria. Estos motores son en su mayor parte motores trifásicos de tipo asíncrono, seguidos en número por motores trifásicos síncronos y, en muy pocos casos, de corriente continua, siendo la mayoría de estos últimos usados en ferrocarriles antig...

  1. Desarrollo de un drive para motores paso a paso y aplicación del filtro de Kalman para el sistema de colimación del LHC = Development of a stepper motor drive and Kalman Filter application for the LHC collimation system

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    Picatoste Ruilope, Ricardo

    2010-01-01

    Este proyecto describe el trabajo realizado durante 14 meses en una estancia en prácticas para estudiantes del CERN. El trabajo consiste en el desarrollo, implementación y testeo de un drive para motores paso a paso que se utilizará en el sistema de colimación del LHC. Se propone así mismo la utilización del filtro de Kalman para obtener una estimación del ángulo, desarrollandose una implementación del mismo aplicable en tiempo real.

  2. New petroleum lifting concept - tubular asynchronous motor application for onshore petroleum exploitation - (MATAEOS); Nova concepcao para bombeamento de petroleo - motor assincrono tubular para aplicacao na extracao de oleo (petroleo) subterraneo - MATAEOS

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    Rossini, Wagner Marques; Cruz, Jose Jaime da; Sales, Roberto Moura [Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP), SP (Brazil). Escola Politecnica. Lab. de Automacao e Controle (LAC)], e-mail: freddie@lac.usp.br, e-mail: jaime@lac.usp.br, e-mail: roberto@lac.usp.br; Alvarenga, Bernardo Pinheiro de; Chabu, Ivan Eduardo; Cardoso, Jose Roberto [Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP), SP (Brazil). Escola Politecnica. Lab.de Eletromagnetismo Aplicado (LMAG)], e-mail: bernardo@eee.ufg.br, e-mail: ichabu@pea.usp.br, e-mail: cardoso@pea.usp.br

    2008-06-15

    This study presents the development of a prototype Tubular Asynchronous Motor Application for Onshore Petroleum Exploitation - (MATAEOS). The principal function of the motor is to directly drive a suction pump installed in the down hole of an onshore well. Considering the installation and operational difficulties and costs of a traditional production system, known as a ''the walking beam and rod string system'', the developed prototype is intended to be a technical and economically viable alternative. The results obtained show that the motor develops a constant lift force throughout the movement (or pumping) cycle, according to the dynamometric charts. The motor also presented an electro-mechanical performance higher than the traditional systems. Furthermore, the motor completely eliminates the need for the actual system's set of hoists. Generally, the results indicate that the motor can advantageously substitute surface mechanical systems. (author)

  3. A discreet control of sliding ways of an induction motor; Control discreto de modos deslizantes de un motor de induccion

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    Rivera Dominguez, Jorge

    2001-12-15

    son aplicadas al modelo discreto no lineal de un motor de induccion que se encontro aqui, que posee dinamicas electricas y mecanicas, en donde el par de carga se considera una perturbacion desconocida. Con mediciones completas de los estados, se satisfacen objetivos de seguimiento de la velocidad del rotor y de la amplitud del flujo magnetico del rotor, en donde la carga desconocida no afecta la regulacion de la velocidad. Luego, es implementado un observador de orden reducido en donde las mediciones de velocidad y de corriente se emplean para estimar el par de carga y los flujos que son muy dificiles de medir. El metodo propuesto tiene un diseno y procedimiento de estabilidad de analisis directos, conservando una estructura simple de la ley de control. Las simulaciones predicen que el sistema es robusto con respecto a varios tipos de pares de carga. Las respuestas de velocidad y de amplitud del flujo del rotor a las referencias de entrada se desempenaron muy bien. Estas referencias tienen una dinamica lineal de segundo orden con constantes de tiempo que pueden ser elegidas por el usuario del motor. Se consideran los aspectos practicos para una futura implementacion digital de la ley de control, incluyendo los sensores de velocidad y corrientes, el acondicionamiento de senales, la transformacion de la corriente al marco de referencia estacionario, PWM y modulos inversores, los cuales fueron vistos con detalle. Los resultados experimentales se dejan como trabajo futuro.

  4. Microcomputer based sliding regime discrete control for synchronous AC motors Control discreto por microordenador basado en regímenes deslizantes para motores de corriente alterna síncronos

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    Eduardo Palomar–Lever

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available The basic ideas to design discrete algorithms used to calculate unmeasured mechanical or electrical variables, in order to control electrical motors in mechanical systems are presented. The main point of the paper is to simplify the algorithms by using a linear discrete time model without any variable limitations and to reduce the computing capacity requirements of the controller. Limited references, based on the discrete sliding mode for the exception of the influences of variable limitations, are proposed and designed. The main advantage of the controller presented in this paper is that a large control error does not bestow any problems. In such a case, the system always works in an area without the limitations. Original observation algorithms of both position and rotational velocity for exterior permanent magnet synchronous motors are designed. A computer simulation was performed and the results are presented, showing high dynamic accuracy.Se presentan las ideas básicas para diseñar algoritmos discretos para calcular las variables mecánicas o eléctricas, no medidas sino estimadas, para controlar motores eléctricos en sistemas mecánicos. El objetivo principal de este artículo es simplificar los algoritmos usando un modelo de tiempo discreto lineal sin ninguna limitación en las variables y reducir los requisitos de capacidad informática del controlador. Las referencias limitadas, basadas en el modo deslizante discreto para la excepción de las influencias de limitaciones de las variables, se proponen y diseñan. La ventaja principal del controlador presentada en este artículo es que un error de control grande no causa ningún problema. En dicho caso, el sistema trabaja siempre en un área sin limitaciones. Se diseñan los algoritmos de la observación originales de la posición y de la velocidad rotatoria para el imán permanente exterior de motores síncronos. Se llevó a cabo una simulación en computadora y se presentan los

  5. Motores sincrónicos de reluctancia controlados con variadores de frecuencia: una aplicación para ahorrar energía ;Synchronous reluctance motors controlled by variable frequency converters: an application to save energy

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    Percy Rafael Viego Felipe

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available Se presenta un estudio sobre aplicaciones de los motores sincrónicos de reluctancia (MSR controlados por accionamientos de frecuencia variable (AFV, que posibilitan el ahorro de energía. Se realizó una comparación entre las características constructivas de los MSR y los motores asincrónicos de jaula (MA, evaluando las ventajas y limitaciones que aquellos presentan. Una ventaja notable del MSR es que las pérdidas en el rotor se eliminan prácticamente. Una comparación experimental evidenció que para igual momento, el MSR presenta una mayor eficiencia; y que para igual incremento de temperatura, con las mismas dimensiones IEC, se logra más potencia. Por comparaciones entre datos de un fabricante, se demostró las ventajas de utilizar, con el mismo AFV y para cargas centrífugas, un MSR de mayor clase de eficiencia que la de un MA. Un análisis económico con técnicas de descuento, evidenció una atractiva recuperación de la inversión cuando se opera todo el año. A study on applications of synchronous reluctance motor (SynRM controlled by variable frequency drives (VFD for energy saving is presented. A comparison between the basic construction elements of the SynRM and the squirrel cage induction motor (IM is carried out, evaluating advantages and disadvantages. A nearly complete elimination of rotor losses is a significant asset of the SynRM. An experimental comparison showed that at the same torque, the SynRM presents a higher efficiency than the IM; and that at the same temperature rise, more power is obtained with the same IEC frame for both motor types. Comparing data from a manufacturer, the advantages of using, with the same VFD and for centrifugal loads, a higher efficiency class SynRM than that of a lower efficiency IM was demonstrated. An economical study using discount techniques, made evident an attractive pay back when operating all year around.

  6. Methodology for quantifying the technological level of energy in electric motors; Metodologia para quantificacao do nivel tecnologico energetico de motores eletricos

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    Konopatzki, Evandro Andre; Bianchessi, Joel Marcos [Faculdade Assis Gurgacz (FAG), Cascavel, PR (Brazil); Oliveira, Celso Eduardo Lins de [Universidade de Sao Paulo (FZEA-USP), Pirassununga, SP (Brazil). Fac. de Zootecnia e Engenharia de Alimentos; Konopatzki, Angelica da Silva Lima [Faculdade de Ciencias Aplicadas de Cascavel (FACIAP), PR (Brazil). Curso de Ciencia da Computacao; Marim, Cesar [Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Parana (UNIOESTE), Cascavel, PR (Brazil)

    2006-07-01

    The market competition created in agricultural industry because of its insertion in the domestic and foreign markets, verified by the increase in GDP share of agribusiness in the Brazilian GDP, led us to have better control of costs and inputs. Thus the final value of products sold by these agribusinesses can download increasing the space in the consumer market. Electricity is one of the inputs now being studied and this paper presents a model for determining the coefficients that allow the comparison of different existing technologies for electric motors inserting an indicator of technological innovation called Technological Level Energy (NTE). The NTE was developed and tested in Storage Units of Grain (UAG) in the region of Cascavel - Parana where data were collected in six UAG, analyzed in medium weighted, had levels of different energy technology development. The main elements used to create the NTE are the number of engines installed in UAG, the lifetime of the engine considered from its manufacture and motor plate data such as income and the power factor. As a comparative process, each region can create your NTE and analyze your situation in a national context. The UAG will use the NTE to technological innovation and planning projects such as depreciation, financing and cross-examination of financial resources for the exchange of electric motors. Thus the NTE will aid in comparative indication of the timing for replacement of electric motors. Moment from which the energy demand, according to the obsolescence of equipment, are considered excessive compared to other more modern UAG. (author)

  7. Estimación de propiedades hidráulicas de suelos por mediciones a campo y el uso de modelos de flujo estacionario y transitorio Estimation of soil hydraulic properties by field measurement and use of steady- and transient-flow models

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    Roberto R Filgueira

    2006-07-01

    Full Text Available El manejo del suelo influencia las propiedades físicas del mismo, con marcado énfasis en las hidráulicas. La medición de estas últimas se ha vuelto uno de los temas predilectos de investigación en la Física de Suelos. El infiltrómetro de disco a tensión se ha convertido en un valioso instrumento para la medición in-situ de propiedades hidráulicas del suelo. La mayoría de los métodos de análisis de la información obtenida con este instrumento, se basa en la obtención de la tasa de flujo estacionario para tiempos largos, aunque actualmente se encuentran disponibles también expresiones analíticas aproximadas para el flujo transitorio desde un infiltrómetro de disco en tres dimensiones y no confinado. En este trabajo se realizaron mediciones con este instrumento en un suelo franco arcilloso con diferente historia de uso. A partir de los datos obtenidos se estimaron la conductividad hidráulica saturada y la sortividad, mediante modelos que utilizan la aproximación de flujo estacionario y de flujo transitorio. A partir del modelo del flujo estacionario, los resultados obtenidos de sortividad (S0 variaron entre 26,8 y 58,5 mm h-1/2 y los de conductividad hidráulica saturada (K0 entre 41,7 y 78,2 mm h-1, para los sitios de labranza convencional y pastura, mientras que S0 varió entre 23,9 y 51,2 mm h-1/2 y K0 entre 19,0 y 45,7 mm h-1 para el sitio compactado. Los valores medios de sortividad no difirieron estadísticamente entre los tratamientos, mientras que para la conductividad hidráulica saturada no hubo diferencia estadística entre la medias en labranza convencional y pastura, pero ambas fueron significativamente diferentes a la media del sitio compactado. A partir del modelo de flujo transitorio los valores de S0 variaron entre 10,9 y 36,6 mm h-1/2 y los de K0 entre 58,6 y 189,3 mm h-1 para labranza convencional y pastura, y entre 15,8 y 33,9 mm h-1/2 para S0 y entre 13,6 y 71,5 mm h-1 para K0 del sitio compactado. No se

  8. Una estrategia basada en modelos para el diagnóstico de fallas en el estator del motor de inducción

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    Cristian H. De Angelo

    2007-07-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: Se presenta una estrategia para el diagnóstico de fallas en el estator de los motores de inducción mediante la información contenida en las tensiones y corrientes de alimentación. La estrategia propuesta está basada en la generación de un vector de residuos específicos por medio de un observador de estados, el cual permite detectar la fase dañada y cuantificar el ńumero de espiras en cortocircuito. La estrategia de diagnóstico es muy poco sensible a los cambios de carga o perturbaciones de la red de alimentación tales como armónicos o desbalances. Palabras clave: Diagnóstico de fallas, fallas en el estator, motor de inducción

  9. La neuroplasticidad: una vía para elevar el desarrollo somestésico motor en las esgrimistas escolares villaclareñas

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    Erlys Álvarez Leal

    2007-03-01

    Full Text Available Formar una esgrimista con un alto desarrollo somestésico motor, implicaría que esta atleta logre una rapidez de reacción, de movimiento, un grado de coordinación y una efectividad en sus toques que se expresen en la mayor calidad del trabajo motor de ambos hemicuerpos. En este informe de investigación, el cual se encuentra en su tercer macrociclo de experimentación. Para esta investigación se utilizan un conjunto de tests específicos de la esgrima que se le aplican a las atletas con ambos hemicuerpos, al inicio, intermedio y final del macrociclo de entrenamiento estudiado 2004 – 2005, con el fin de caracterizar, comparar y valorar sus comportamientos y las principales influencias neurofisiológicas que tuvo este complejo de ejercicios sobre la actividad sensomotora de estas atletas en su desempeño deportivo.

  10. Diseño de un método para controlar la combustión en un motor 2T de gasolina basado en la medida del régimen instantáneo

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    PÉREZ PÉREZ, JUAN CARLOS

    2016-01-01

    [ES] En determinadas condiciones de operación los motores de 2T de gasolina operan con autoencendido de la mezcla, lo cual hace perder el control tradicional a través de la bujía. En esos casos es preciso conocer cuándo está teniendo lugar ese autoencendido, para así determinar si es necesario llevar a cabo alguna acción correctora para controlar que éste tenga lugar en el momento adecuado. El alumno explorará la posibilidad de utilizar la medida del régimen instantáneo del motor para consegu...

  11. Diseño y construcción de un motor virtual, para el diagnóstico de la ECU de un vehículo Chevrolet Spark

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    Mora Campoverde, José Enrique; Niola Barbecho, Fausto Lizandro

    2013-01-01

    Con la propuesta de este Motor Virtual se busca bajar los tiempos en el diagnóstico y eliminar la contaminación ambiental al comprobar el buen funcionamiento de la ECU del Vehículo Chevrolet Spark debido a que con este Motor Virtual se elimina encender el vehículo ya que el mismo consta de todos los sensores del motor y sus respectivos actuadores para saber si estos están funcionando en correctas condiciones o existe algún daño en los mismos. With Virtual Motor proposal this time is lookin...

  12. Stationary engine test of diesel cycle using diesel oil and biodiesel (B100); Ensaio de motores estacionarios do ciclo diesel utilizando oleo diesel e biodiesel (B100)

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    Torres, Ednildo Andrade [Universidade Federal da Bahia (DEQ/DEM/EP/UFBA), Salvador, BA (Brazil). Escola Politecnica. Dept. de Engenharia Quimica], Email: ednildo@ufba.br; Santos, Danilo Cardoso [Universidade Federal da Bahia (PPEQ/UFBA), Salvador, BA (Brazil). Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Engenharia Quimica; Souza, Daniel Vidigal D.; Peixoto, Leonardo Barbosa; Franca, Tiago [Universidade Federal da Bahia (DEM/UFBA), Salvador, BA (Brazil). Dept. de Engenharia Mecanica

    2006-07-01

    This work objectified to test an engine stationary of the cycle diesel, having as combustible diesel fossil and bio diesel. The characteristic curves of power, torque and emissions versus rotation of the engine was elaborated. The survey of these curves was carried through in the Laboratorio de Energia e Gas da Escola Politecnica da UFBA, which makes use of two stationary dynamometers and the one of chassis and necessary instrumentation for you analyze of the exhaustion gases. The tested engine was of the mark AGRALE, M-85 model stationary type, mono cylinder, with power NF (NBRISO 1585) Cv/kw/rpm 10/7,4/2500. The assays had been carried through in a hydraulically dynamometer mark Schenck, D-210 model. The fuel consumption was measured in a scale marks Filizola model BP-6, and too much ground handling equipment such as: water reservoir, tubings, valves controllers of volumetric outflow, sensors and measurers of rotation, torque, mass, connected to a system of acquisition of data on line. The emissions of the gases (CO, CO{sub 2}, and NOx), were measured by the analytical Tempest mark, model 100. The engine operated with oil diesel and bio diesel of oils and residual fats (OGR). In the tests, the use of the fuel derived from oil and the gotten ones from OGR was not detected significant differences how much. In this phase already it can show to the immediate possibility of the substitution of the oil diesel for bio diesel as combustible in the stationary engines of low power (author)

  13. Uso de un nuevo modelo CFD para la simulación de inyectores y chorros en condiciones de motor. Mejora y puesta en marcha

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    SOÑES BORI, JAVIER

    2016-01-01

    [ES] El estudio del proceso de inyección de combustible en los MCIA es fundamental para mejorar la eficiencia de la combustión, sobre todo en los motores de inyección directa. Debido a las duras condiciones de operación, realizar experimentos en condiciones reales es difícil y costoso, por eso se utilizan a menudo modelos computacionales. En este trabajo se propone usar un nuevo modelo capaz de simular el flujo en el interior de las toberas y en la cámara de combustión a la vez, un nuevo mode...

  14. Implantación del TPM en líneas semiautomáticas de motores eléctricos para la industria automovilística

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    Viñolo Serrano, Jorge

    2004-01-01

    El Proyecto final de carrera que desarrollo en el grupo Bosch, por medio del programa “Educació en Alternança” está encaminado a implantar el sistema o filosofía TPM (Mantenimiento Productivo Total) en unas líneas de producción de motores eléctricos para la industria automovilística, partiendo de un sistema de producción y mantenimiento “tradicional”, queriendo obtener finalmente un sistema tanto de producción como de mantenimiento “moderno”. El fin de implantar dicho sistema es, en primer lu...

  15. Diseño de un controlador difuso supervisor para la regulación de un convertidor conmutado elevador

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    Spartacus Gomáriz

    2008-11-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo, se diseña un controlador difuso del tipo Takagi-Sugeno-Kang (TSK para un regulador elevador conmu­tado DC-DC que opera a diferentes tensiones en estado estacionario. Este controlador realiza tareas de supervisión mediante su característica zonal. Por un lado, el controlador asigna diferentes leyes lineales de control acorde al valor de tensión de régimen estacionario y de los límites de aplicación a perturbación en pequeña señal. Por otra parte, el controlador asegura un arranque correcto para alcanzar el valor deseado de tensión de estado estacionario, por medio de una adecuada saturación del modulador de ancho de pulso (PWM de acuerdo con los principios de control en modo deslizamiento. Como resultado, se logra un comportamiento ecualizado en pequeña señal y un arranque controlado para diferentes tensiones de estado estacionario; por tanto, se amplían las características del regulador. Se presentan resultados de simulación y experimen­tales realizados sobre un regulador elevador controlado por corriente, operando sobre dos valores de tensión diferentes de estado estacionario que validan el diseño. / A complete design of a Takagi-Sugeno-Kang (TSK fuzzy controller for a PWM boost DC-DC switching regulator operating at different steady-state voltages is presented. This controller performs a supervisory role through its region characteristic. On the one hand, the controller assigns different linear control laws according to the steady-state voltage value and limits their application to small-signal perturbations. On the other hand, the controller ensures a proper start-up to reach the desired steady-state voltage by means of properly saturating the PWM according to sliding-mode control principles. As a result, both an equalized small-signal behavior and a controlled start-up are achieved for different steady-state voltages, thus extending the features of the regulator. Simulation and experimental results

  16. Prospecção de talentos motores para rugby : proposta de modelo a de indicadores somatomotores

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    Eraldo dos Santos Pinheiro

    2014-01-01

    O objetivo da presente tese foi o de propor um modelo de identificação de características somatomotoras em escolares para a prospecção de possíveis talentos esportivos para o Rugby XV. Para tanto fizeram parte da amostra 195 escolares do sexo masculino com idades entre 16 e 17 anos e 32 atletas do sexo masculino da seleção brasileira de Rugby menores de 18 anos, subdividos em dois grupos Forwards (n=17) e Backs (n=15). Este estudo foi realizado a partir de uma base de dados de medidas e teste...

  17. Utilización de la zeolita para disminuir los gases tóxicos de los motores de combustión interna. // The utilization of Cuban zeolites in the decrease of toxic gases emissions of internal combustion engines.

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    J. L. Reyes González

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available En el trabajo se presentan los resultados obtenidos al utilizar la zeolita natural cubana para la disminución de los gasestóxicos que los motores de combustión interna MCI. envían a la atmósfera. Los experimentos fueron realizados en bancosde pruebas de MCI. tanto para motores de carburación como para motores diesel. Obteniéndose eficiencias de disminucióndel CO del 80 %, del CnHm del 50% y el humo negro en un 90%. Se demuestra la importancia de la granulometría de lazeolita para esta eliminación y para mantener la potencia del motor dentro de rangos aceptables.Palabras claves: Toxicidad, zeolita, medio ambiente, filtros, gases de escape._______________________________________________________________________________Abstract.In this paper are presented the results of the utilization of Cuban zeolites in the decrease of toxic gas emissions toatmosphere of internal combustion engines, (MCI. The experiments were carried out in test bank for gasoline and dieselengines. The efficiency in the decrement of CO was of 80%, CnHm in 50%, and 90 % in soot. The size of the zeolitesparticle importance in the efficiency is demonstrated.Key words: Toxicity, zeolite, enviroment, filters, gas emissions.

  18. Sistema Recomendador para áreas de: Ventas/Mercadotecnia de Yamaha Motor de México

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    Cueva-Morales, Gabriela

    2017-01-01

    This work is the documentation of the experiment: Recommender System for Sales or Marketing departments of Yamaha Motor de México, which recommends products to offer to the company´s dealers, in this work is the detailed procedure to solve the company's problem using Artificial Intelligence, and it shows the theoretical framework in which this development is encompassed, describes briefly the Neighborhood-Based Collaborative Filtering and analyze the steps to the construction of a Recommender...

  19. Procedimiento para el cálculo de los parámetros de un modelo térmico simplificado del motor asincrónico Parameter estimation procedure for an asynchronous motor simplified thermal model

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    Julio R Gómez Sarduy

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se presenta un método para estimar las conductancias y capacitancias de un modelo térmico simplificado del motor asincrónico, utilizando una técnica de baja invasividad. El procedimiento permite predecir el incremento de temperatura del estator del motor asincrónico, tanto para régimen dinámico como en condiciones de estabilidad térmica. Se basa en la estimación paramétrica mediante un modelo de referencia, utilizando como optimizador un algoritmo genético (AG. Se logra en definitiva obtener los parámetros del modelo térmico con un ensayo más sencillo que lo requerido por otros métodos experimentales complejos o cálculos analíticos basados en datos de diseño. El procedimiento propuesto se puede llevar a cabo en condiciones propias de la industria y resulta atractivo su empleo en el análisis de calentamiento de estas máquinas. El método se valida a partir de un estudio de caso reportado en la literatura y se aplica a un caso real en la industria, lográndose una buena precisión.In this paper, an asynchronous motor simplified thermal model method for conductances and capacitances estimation is presented. A low invasive technique is used. The developed procedure allows the stator temperature rise prediction, not only for dynamic regimes, but also in case of thermal stability. A parametric estimation is done through a reference model, using a genetic algorithm (GA as optimizing method. The thermal model parameters are finally obtained with an easer experimental work, than the required by other complex experimental methods or by analytical calculations based on design data. The proposed procedure can be carry out in the particular conditions of industrial environment. Its application is specially useful for asynchronous machine thermal analysis. Using the data of a study case reported in literature, the method validation is done, and is applied in an industrial real case, with good precision resulted from it.

  20. Innovaciones farmacéuticas para la administración de medicamentos

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    Rius Alarcó, Fernando

    2012-01-01

    Tras algo más de treinta años dedicados a la docencia del medicamento he considerado oportuno referirme, en mi exposición, a Innovaciones farmacéuticas para la administración de medicamentos. La innovación implica la ruptura del estado estacionario y el inicio de un proceso de desarrollo. Actualmente, gracias a los espectaculares avances tecnológicos experimentados en los últimos años, las innovaciones han sido constantes prácticamente en todas las ciencias y la Medicina no ha sido una excepc...

  1. Diseño y optimización para plataformas de un dron multirrotor

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    Camacho Puig, Rafael

    2016-01-01

    El objeto principal del proyecto es el diseño y la optimización de la estructura de un dron disminuyendo su peso para aumentar el tiempo de vuelo o la carga de pago. Este proyecto se centra en el diseño y optimización de la estructura de un dron multirrotor fabricado mediante impresión 3D. El dron será del tipo hexacóptero y tendrá la capacidad de mantener en el aire una carga de 6kg en régimen estacionario. Ingeniería Mecánica

  2. Potencial para el uso directo de los aceites vegetales en los motores de combustión

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    Ortiz Laurel, Hipólito; Rössel Kipping, Dietmar; Schümann, Ulrike

    2012-01-01

    Los combustibles fósiles son aquellos que provienen de restos orgánicos vegetales y animales y se extraen de la naturaleza. Estos combustibles son contaminantes del medio ambiente a través de los gases que salen de los motores de combustión. El biodiesel es un combustible de origen vegetal obtenido a partir de los aceites vegetales de semillas, plantas y algas oleaginosas. El biodiesel es menos contaminante que los combustibles fósiles. Este trabajo presenta una revisión de las propiedades en...

  3. Jidosha's Motors

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    Shirakawa Okuma, Rosely; Calderón Orejuela, Javier

    2016-01-01

    La tesis narra la situación de una empresa concesionaria de vehículos nuevos, Jidosha's Motors, perteneciente a una corporación japonesa que cuenta con una cultura muy arraigada de ética y de cumplimiento. Se plantean respuestas, se identifican problemas y sus alternativas de solución para una toma adecuada de decisiones por parte de los directivos, siguiendo una estructura de análisis de situaciones de negocios (ASN). Tesis

  4. High efficiency motors; Motores de alta eficiencia

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    Uranga Favela, Ivan Jaime [Energia Controlada de Mexico, S. A. de C. V., Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1993-12-31

    This paper is a technical-financial study of the high efficiency and super-premium motors. As it is widely known, more than 60% of the electrical energy generated in the country is used for the operation of motors, in industry as well as in commerce. Therefore the importance that the motors have in the efficient energy use. [Espanol] El presente trabajo es un estudio tecnico-financiero de los motores de alta eficiencia y los motores super premium. Como es ampliamente conocido, mas del 60% de la energia electrica generada en el pais, es utilizada para accionar motores, dentro de la industria y el comercio. De alli la importancia que los motores tienen en el uso eficiente de la energia.

  5. High efficiency motors; Motores de alta eficiencia

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    Uranga Favela, Ivan Jaime [Energia Controlada de Mexico, S. A. de C. V., Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1992-12-31

    This paper is a technical-financial study of the high efficiency and super-premium motors. As it is widely known, more than 60% of the electrical energy generated in the country is used for the operation of motors, in industry as well as in commerce. Therefore the importance that the motors have in the efficient energy use. [Espanol] El presente trabajo es un estudio tecnico-financiero de los motores de alta eficiencia y los motores super premium. Como es ampliamente conocido, mas del 60% de la energia electrica generada en el pais, es utilizada para accionar motores, dentro de la industria y el comercio. De alli la importancia que los motores tienen en el uso eficiente de la energia.

  6. Diseño y optimización del sistema de renovación de la carga de un motor dual fuel para transporte pesado mediante sobrealimentación en doble etapa

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    SIRVENT SANJOSÉ, ROBERTO ANDRÉS

    2016-01-01

    El trabajo consiste en el diseño del sistema de admisión y escape de un motor dual-fuel para transporte pesado. Se deberá seleccionar la arquitectura adecuada para poder conseguir las condiciones de deseadas en el interior del cilindro (sistema de sobrealimentación, producción de EGR). Se deberá también seleccionar la estrategia adecuada para el control de cada uno de los elementos utilizados. Sirvent Sanjosé, RA. (2016). Diseño y optimización del sistema de renovación de la carga de un mo...

  7. Bases de datos, motores de búsqueda e índices temáticos: herramientas fundamentales para el ejercicio médico

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    Jaime A. Castrillón-Estrada

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Con la diseminación del Internet han cambiado las formas tradicionales de transmisión y adquisición del conocimiento en todas sus ramas; y la medicina, como una disciplina de constantes cambios, no ha sido ajena a esta tecnología. Tras el advenimiento de la informática, las ciencias biológicas y médicas han encontrado un medio eficiente para la globalización del conocimiento, lo cual ha mejorado el entrenamiento y la actualización de los estudiantes y profesionales de la medicina, y ha creado la necesidad de aumentar la eficiencia de estos medios de comunicación. Con el objetivo de facilitar el acceso a la información científica a través de medios informáticos han sido desarrolladas plataformas encargadas de recopilar la información en forma de bases de datos, las cuales pueden ser consultadas a través de otra tecnología emergente como los son los motores de búsqueda. Debido a que cada sitio Web tiene características específicas que le confieren ciertas fortalezas y debilidades, tanto el estudiante como el profesional médico deben reconocerlas, para así obtener el mayor provecho de su utilización.

  8. Metodología para resolver la ecuación del transporte con el código de ordenadas discretas TORT en el reactor IPEN/MB-01

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    Bernal, A.; Abarca Giménez, Agustín; Barrachina Celda, Teresa María; Miró Herrero, Rafael; Verdú Martín, Gumersindo Jesús

    2013-01-01

    La resolución de la Ecuación del Transporte Neutrónico en estado estacionario en reactores nucleares de tipo piscina, se consigue normalmente por medio de 2 métodos numéricos diferentes: Monte Carlo (estocástico) y Ordenadas Discretas (determinista). El método de las Ordenadas Discretas resuelve la Ecuación del Transporte Neutrónico para un conjunto de determinadas direcciones, obteniendo un conjunto de ecuaciones y soluciones para cada dirección, donde la solución para cada dirección es el f...

  9. Software para la determinación del comportamiento de un motor asincrónico trifásico

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    Héctor Brito Socarrás

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available El motor asincrónico trifásico es uno de los convertidores más empleados en la industria, por lo cual es de unagran necesidad conocer el comportamiento de estas máquinas. Esto se puede valorar a través de las característicasde operación. Este tipo de máquina en ocasiones sufre averías, por lo cual tienen que ser reparadas y enmuchas situaciones posteriormente determinar nuevamente sus características de operación. En el presentetrabajo  se  elabora  un  paquete  de  programas  de  computación  que  permite  obtener  las  características  de:comportamiento contra potencia de salida y comportamiento en un punto de trabajo.  The asynchronous tree-phases motor is one of the converters more employee in the industry, reason why is of agreat necessity to know the behavior of these machines. This you can value through the operation characteris-tics. This machine type in occasions suffers mishaps, reason why they have to be repaired and in many situa-tions after the same ones is necessary to determine its operation characteristics again.  Presently work iselaborated a package of calculation programs that allows to obtain the characteristics of: of behavior against exitpower and their behavior in a work point.

  10. Elaboración de un motor de animación 3D para three.js

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    Chico García, David Pedro

    2017-01-01

    La industria de los videojuegos, a la par que el mundo de la informática, ha experimentado una creciente evolución en los últimos años, llegando a convertirse en una de las más grandes del mundo del entretenimiento. Los videojuegos han demostrado ser una potente herramienta de entretenimiento, a la vez que una forma de expresión personal para artistas y creativos totalmente nueva. Desde mi perspectiva una de las cosas más bonitas que ofrece la informática a la humanidad es una capacidad creat...

  11. Los cuentos motores como herramienta pedagógica para la educación infantil y primaria

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    Julia Iglesia

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available Hoy día, la sociedad plural y cambiante hace que hayan evolucionado valores que antes eran fundamentales. Como comenta Esteve (1995: 280 “frente a la mentalidad contemporánea del filiteísmo, que sólo valora vivir a lo grande, los profesores necesitamos recuperar el sentido de la grandeza oculto en la sabiduría”. Priorizamos objetivos y valores que ahora son “más importantes” por otros que lo son menos. Modificamos muchos aspectos en la enseñanza pero la forma, el modo de conseguirlo puede ser la de siempre, la tradicional que ha dado resultados positivos. A través de juegos y cuentos motores alcanzamos dichos fines. Juegos de siempre o que nuestras generaciones han practicado. Juegos que huyen de máquinas externas, de juegos digitales, de videojuegos... y que a través de simulaciones y dramatizaciones consiguen los efectos deseados.

  12. Estudio e implementación de un sistema Dual para optimizar la combustión de un motor Otto mediante el uso de gas de Brown (HHO)

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    Cujilema Cujilema, José Sebastián; Ramírez Gonzaga, Carlos Manuel

    2011-01-01

    La implementación de un sistema Dual para optimizar la combustión de un motor Otto surge debido a que existen millones de vehículos a gasolina circulando por el mundo y cada uno de ellos es una fuente de contaminación y consumo. En ciudades grandes la contaminación de estos vehículos presentan altos índices de gases nocivos para la salud y el medio ambiente. Los altos índices de emisiones contaminantes están determinados por algunos factores como la mala calidad del combustible, la falta d...

  13. Diseño e implementación de maletas didácticas con los mini PLCS logo y Zelio para aplicaciones de arranque e inversión de giro de motores.

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    Hermenegildo Cedeño, Byron Jose; Orellana Apolinario, Andrés Octavio

    2015-01-01

    La presente tesis: “Diseño e implementación de maletas didácticas con mini plc logo para aplicaciones de arranque e inversión de giro de motores” representa el desarrollo de tres módulos didácticos de pruebas para que los estudiantes fortalezcan sus conocimientos teóricos en la parte práctica implemantando y reconociendo el comportamiento de diferentes tipos de actuadores existentes en el mercado como lo son: contactares, guarda motores, temporizadores, LOGOs programables. Este trabajo b...

  14. Consumo de combustível e emissões de poluentes em um motor Diesel convertido a etanol para geração térmica de energia elétrica

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    Vinícius Rückert Roso

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available Nos esforços globais para a minimização nas emissões de gases do efeito estufa e redução da pegada de carbono, combustíveis renováveis têm sido extensivamente utilizados em substituição aos combustíveis fósseis nos motores de combustão interna. Particularmente para geração de energia elétrica local, motores diesel são os mais utilizados devido à elevada eficiência térmica e a robustez, se comparado a motores de ignição por centelha. Entretanto, estes sistemas apresentam elevados níveis de emissões de óxido de nitrogênio (NOx e material particulado, trazendo sérias consequências para o meio ambiente. Assim, esta pesquisa combina simulação computacional e resultados experimentais da conversão de um motor diesel para a operação com etanol, sendo sua utilização na geração de energia elétrica. Como este combustível renovável é largamente produzido no Brasil utilizando a cana-de-açúcar, acaba por possuir seu custo reduzido em especial próximo à produtores e refinarias. Dados experimentais foram utilizados na validação do modelo computacional unidimensional desenvolvido para a conversão, onde resultados foram analisados para a comparação de ambos combustíveis. Análises econômicas para diferentes condições de carga forneceram informações de custos operacionais em locais próximos às fontes de produção de etanol. Os resultados apontam as vantagens no uso do combustível renovável para a geração de energia elétrica, como o custo reduzido e a menor emissão de NOx ao longo de toda a gama de operação.

  15. Criterios para la determinación de la frecuencia de rotación mínima del motor en movimiento estable.

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    R. Pérez Gálvez

    2007-05-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo, se define teóricamente la frecuencia de rotación mínima del motor de combustión interna de un vehículo en movimiento estable. El método emplea la ecuación adimensional del movimiento para encontrar el valor de velocidad que satisface la igualdad del factor dinámico con el coeficiente de resistencia del camino. La validación se realiza mediante la comparación con una base de datos obtenida experimentalmente. También se presenta la influencia de la frecuencia de rotación mínima en movimiento estable con respecto a las cualidades de explotación, en la elaboración de los ciclos teóricos de movimiento, y en la actualización de indicadores de la relación fuente energética – sistema de transmisión. Además, se muestra el comportamiento del Coeficiente de Efectividad del Trabajo del Automóvil (CETA respecto a la velocidad mínima estable.In this paper, the frequency of minimum rotation in stable movement is defined theoretically. This method uses the reduced movement equation to find the value of speed that satisfies the equality of the dynamic factor with the coefficient of road resistance. The validation was made by means of comparison with an experimental database. The influence of minimum rotation frequency in stable movement is presented, with respect to the operation qualities, in the elaboration of theoretical drive cycles, and the updating of indicators for engines and transmission systems. Furthermore, are represented the behavior of the Automobile Work Effectiveness Coefficient with respect to the minimal speed.

  16. Core reactor simulation of the Central Laguna Verde (CLV) reactor in stationary state and an example of the application in the recharge options analysis of cycle 3; Simulacion del nucleo del reactor de la Central Laguna Verde (CLV) en estado estacionario y ejemplo de aplicacion en el analisis de alternativas de recarga del ciclo 3

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    Ocampo Mansilla, Hector; Francois Lacouture, Juan Luis; Blanco Lara, Jesus; Cortes Campos, Carlos Cristobal; Esquivias Montoya, Jesus; Esquivel Torres, Jose Luis; Martin del Campo Marquez, Cecilia [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca (Mexico); Montes Tadeo, Jose Luis [Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares (ININ), Salazar (Mexico); Sanchez Herrera, Luciano; Torres Alvarez, Carlos [Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE), Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

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    The results are presented of a study requested by Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) for the analysis of Cycle 3, of Unit No. 1 of the Laguna Verde Nuclear Power Station (CLNV) and determine the burning effect impact, carried out with the starting tests and the operation of Cycles 1 and 2 on base of the cycle extension known as coastdown. The calculations were realized with the Code Package FMS for fuel managing, using the Code PRESTO-B that analyzes the reactor in detailed form in three dimensions an in stationary state. In the study the schemes of fraction of recharge proposed by General Electric (GE) were analyzed with the effect of cycle extension. The initial design value of 100 assemblies for Cycle 3, GE proposes to increase such fraction from 112 to 120 assemblies. This impacts the cost of the second recharge and the purpose of this investigation is to analyze options with higher fuel enrichment in U-235 to minimize the number of assemblies in this recharge. The analyses effected show that the designs proposed by GE do not fulfill the required energy proposed for the cycle, even using in the recharge only fuel with 3.03% of enrichment. It is proposed, likewise, the fuel enrichment up to 3.25% to satisfy the energy demand with a minimum of assemblies. [Espanol] Se presentan los resultados de un estudio solicitado por la Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) para analizar el ciclo 3, de la unidad 1 de la Central Laguna Verde (CLV), y determinar el impacto del efecto de quemado llevado a cabo con las pruebas de arranque y por la operacion de los ciclos 1 y 2 con base en la tecnica de alargamiento del ciclo conocida como coastdown1. Los calculos se realizaron con el paquete de codigos FMS para la administracion de combustible, usando el codigo PRESTO-B que analiza el reactor en forma detallada en tres dimensiones y en estado estacionario. Se analizaron en el estudio los esquemas de fraccion de recarga propuesta por la General Electric (GE) con el efecto de

  17. Core reactor simulation of the Central Laguna Verde (CLV) reactor in stationary state and an example of the application in the recharge options analysis of cycle 3; Simulacion del nucleo del reactor de la Central Laguna Verde (CLV) en estado estacionario y ejemplo de aplicacion en el analisis de alternativas de recarga del ciclo 3

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    Ocampo Mansilla, Hector; Francois Lacouture, Juan Luis; Blanco Lara, Jesus; Cortes Campos, Carlos Cristobal; Esquivias Montoya, Jesus; Esquivel Torres, Jose Luis; Martin del Campo Marquez, Cecilia [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca (Mexico); Montes Tadeo, Jose Luis [Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Nucleares (ININ), Salazar (Mexico); Sanchez Herrera, Luciano; Torres Alvarez, Carlos [Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE), Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1992-12-31

    The results are presented of a study requested by Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) for the analysis of Cycle 3, of Unit No. 1 of the Laguna Verde Nuclear Power Station (CLNV) and determine the burning effect impact, carried out with the starting tests and the operation of Cycles 1 and 2 on base of the cycle extension known as coastdown. The calculations were realized with the Code Package FMS for fuel managing, using the Code PRESTO-B that analyzes the reactor in detailed form in three dimensions an in stationary state. In the study the schemes of fraction of recharge proposed by General Electric (GE) were analyzed with the effect of cycle extension. The initial design value of 100 assemblies for Cycle 3, GE proposes to increase such fraction from 112 to 120 assemblies. This impacts the cost of the second recharge and the purpose of this investigation is to analyze options with higher fuel enrichment in U-235 to minimize the number of assemblies in this recharge. The analyses effected show that the designs proposed by GE do not fulfill the required energy proposed for the cycle, even using in the recharge only fuel with 3.03% of enrichment. It is proposed, likewise, the fuel enrichment up to 3.25% to satisfy the energy demand with a minimum of assemblies. [Espanol] Se presentan los resultados de un estudio solicitado por la Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) para analizar el ciclo 3, de la unidad 1 de la Central Laguna Verde (CLV), y determinar el impacto del efecto de quemado llevado a cabo con las pruebas de arranque y por la operacion de los ciclos 1 y 2 con base en la tecnica de alargamiento del ciclo conocida como coastdown1. Los calculos se realizaron con el paquete de codigos FMS para la administracion de combustible, usando el codigo PRESTO-B que analiza el reactor en forma detallada en tres dimensiones y en estado estacionario. Se analizaron en el estudio los esquemas de fraccion de recarga propuesta por la General Electric (GE) con el efecto de

  18. Curvas de referência da Escala Motora Infantil de Alberta: percentis para descrição clínica e acompanhamento do desempenho motor ao longo do tempo

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    Raquel Saccani

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVOS: Comparar os dados de infantes brasileiros com a normativa canadense e estabelecer as curvas de referência e percentis do desenvolvimento motor da Escala Motora Infantil de Alberta segundo sexo. MÉTODOS: Participaram da pesquisa, 795 crianças com idade entre 0 e 18 meses provenientes de diferentes cidades de uma região do Brasil. Os participantes foram avaliados com a Escala Motora Infantil de Alberta, em uma sala silenciosa, por um experiente pesquisador. Foi realizada análise dos percentis (P5, P10, P25, P50, P75, P90 por faixa etária da escala e sexo. RESULTADOS: Não foram encontradas diferenças significativas (p > 0,05 entre meninos e meninas na maioria das diferentes faixas etárias. Apenas aos 14 meses, foi encontrada superioridade das meninas no escore total de desempenho motor (p = 0,015 e no percentil de desenvolvimento (0,021. Verificou-se, para ambos os sexos e para crianças típicas e atípicas, uma tendência de desenvolvimento motor alinear nas curvas desenvolvimentistas. Observou-se variação reduzida das aquisições motoras nos limites etários, nos dois primeiros meses de vida e a partir dos 15 meses. CONCLUSÕES: A Escala Motora Infantil de Alberta, embora seja um instrumento amplamente utilizado em clínica e pesquisa, possui restrições considerando a diferenciação comportamental até os 2 meses e depois dos 15 meses. Essa reduzida sensibilidade da escala nas extremidades etárias pode estar relacionada com o número e dificuldade dos itens motores avaliados nessas idades. Sugere-se a utilização de outros instrumentos de triagem para crianças acima dos 15 meses de idade.

  19. Adaptación de un motor de combustión interna alternativo de gasolina para su funcionamiento con hidrógeno como combustible. Aplicaciones energética y de automoción

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    Sáinz Casas, David

    2016-01-01

    En esta tesis doctoral se presentan los trabajos de investigación realizados recientemente en la Universidad Pública de Navarra sobre la conversión de motores de gasolina para su funcionamiento con hidrógeno, así como el desarrollo de aplicaciones demostrativas prácticas empleando estos motores. Esta línea de investigación es continuación de la producción electrolítica de hidrógeno con energía eólica [15-17]. El objetivo principal de esta tesis es la demostración práctica de la viabilidad de ...

  20. Nuevo procedimiento para la evaluación de los motores monofásicos de inducción; New approach to single–phase induction motors performance evaluation

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    Marcos A.- de Armas Teyra y otros

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available En el presente trabajo se desarrolló un algoritmo basado en el método del torque en elentrehierro que evalúa el comportamiento de los motores monofásicos de inducción y determinala potencia desarrollada, la eficiencia y otros parámetros operacionales a partir de las medicionesobtenidas de un analizador de redes instalado en los terminales del motor. Los resultados poseenadecuada precisión independientemente de si existen variaciones de tensión y de frecuencia, o silas tensiones están desfasadas o no e incluso donde la disposición espacial de los devanadospueda ser arbitraria con distinto número de vueltas en las bobinas así como diferentes calibres en los conductores. La solución se alcanza sin necesidad de conocer los parámetros del circuitoequivalente. Como casos de estudio se muestra su aplicación a motores de fase dividida, capacitor permanente y asimétrico comparando los resultados con el método tradicional basado en la teoría de los campos rotatorios.In this paper was developed an algorithm based in air gap torque method to evaluate theperformance of single phase induction motors. The developed shaft power, efficiency and otherparameters are determined using a power analyzer installed in motor terminals in field conditions.Results are adequate independently if there exist voltage or frequency deviation, voltageunbalance or different voltage phase between main and auxiliary winding and different spatial disposition of windings, wire size or winding distribution. The solution is obtained withoutknowledge of motor equivalent circuit’s parameters. As cases its application to split phase, permanent capacitor and asymmetric motors are exposed comparing the results with the classic rotating field theory.

  1. Diseño y construcción de un sistema computarizado de alineamiento de neumáticos, revoluciones y puesta a punto del motor para vehículos livianos a gasolina de hasta 8 cilindros

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    Carrasco Timbe, Diego Fernando; Venegas Riera, Klever Fernando

    2009-01-01

    El correcto desempeño de un vehículo se ve afectado por diversos factores, estos pueden ser fallas en el motor, en la suspensión o el desgaste incorrecto de los neumáticos, la alineación de llantas es esencial para una buena capacidad de manejo del vehículo y juega un rol muy importante en la vida de las llantas. Una alineación incorrecta y una presión de aire inadecuada en las llantas son consideradas las dos principales causas de desgaste prematuro en las llantas. El sistema de alineación c...

  2. Propuesta de mejora para el mantenimiento del equipo pesado de la constructora COANDES S.A. basado en un análisis del aceite lubricante usado en los motores de combustión interna diésel

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    Arévalo Avalos, David Alejandro

    2015-01-01

    Se realiza una propuesta de mejora proactiva-predictiva para el mantenimiento efectuado por COANDES. Primero se efectúa una evaluación de criticidad de los equipos y un estudio del aceite usado en los motores de combustión interna diésel. Finalmente se propone un modelo de análisis de fallas basado en los resultados que incluye un software de interpretación de resultados de análisis de aceite. The investigation performs a proposal for proactive-predictive improvement for the maintenance by...

  3. Diseño de un sistema de análisis temporal y espectral para detectar fallas por vibración en motores eléctricos

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    Francisco Ernesto Moreno-García

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available El documento se basa en el desarrollo experimental de un sistema de medición y análisis de vibraciones para brindar un estudio de las más relevantes variables utilizadas en el análisis espectral de motores eléctricos, con el fin de detectar posibles fallas. Dicho sistema de análisis fue implementado en un banco de pruebas elaborado por el Grupo de Investigación en Automatización y Control (GIAC, de la Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander.

  4. O ensino do esporte para crianças e jovens: considerações sobre uma fase do processo de desenvolvimento motor esquecida La enseñanza del deporte para niños y jóvenes: consideraciones sobre una etapa olvidada del desarrollo motor The teaching of sport to chidren and youth: considerations about a forgotten phase of motor development

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    Go Tani

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available O processo ensino-aprendizagem pode ser visto como um sistema constituído pela interação de três componentes - professor, aluno e matéria - que tem por meta promover mudanças efetivas nos comportamentos, capacidades e competências do aluno. Como numa visão sistêmica do processo ensino-aprendizagem, a função de um determinado componente implica sempre o estabelecimento de relação entre os dois componentes que restam, o papel principal do professor é estabelecer relação entre o aluno e a matéria. Neste contexto, a questão central é saber em que se basear para estabelecer essa relação. O presente ensaio parte da assunção de que o conhecimento sobre o desenvolvimento motor constitui um elemento fundamental quando a matéria de ensino é o esporte, discute uma fase desse processo que tem sido sistematicamente esquecida procurando identificar as suas possíveis causas e consequências e apresenta algumas sugestões para trabalhar com essa fase.The teaching-learning process can be viewed as a system constituted by the interaction of three components - teacher, learner and subject matter - whose goal is to promote the effective changes in the learner´s behaviors, capacities and competences. In a systemic view of the teaching-learning process the role played by a given component always implies the establishment of relations between the two remaining components. Thus, the role of the teacher is to establish relations between learner and subject matter. The main question to the teacher is on what to rely upon to establish these relations. The present essay departs from the assumption that knowledge about motor development constitutes a fundamental element when sport is the subject matter. It discusses a phase of that process that has been systematically forgotten in the teaching of sports trying to identify possible causes and consequences, and presents some suggestions of procedures to work with that phase.

  5. Programa de intervenção motora para escolares com indicativo de transtorno do desenvolvimento da coordenação - TDC Motor intervention program for school children with signs of developmental coordination disorder - DCD

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    Eva Vilma Alves da Silva

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available Este estudo objetivou verificar os efeitos de um programa de intervenção motora para escolares com indicativo de Transtorno do Desenvolvimento da Coordenação. Participaram do estudo seis escolares na faixa etária de 10 anos, do gênero feminino e masculino, matriculados em uma escola municipal no interior do Estado de Santa Catarina. A avaliação motora foi mensurada por meio do Movement Assessement Battery for Children (MABC-2. O teste abrange as faixas etárias de três a 16 anos dentro de cada faixa etária são agrupadas oito tarefas em três categorias de habilidades: destreza manual, lançar e receber, equilíbrio. As intervenções foram baseadas na abordagem da Educação Física Desenvolvimentista em ambiente escolar. As sessões foram realizadas individualmente com 20 sessões de intervenção motora para cada escolar, num total de 120 sessões, com frequência de duas aulas semanais e com duração de 45 minutos. Para interpretação dos dados foi utilizado o teste Wilcoxon no pacote estatístico SPSS 13.0 for Windows. Os resultados evidenciaram diferenças estatisticamente significativas após a intervenção motora (pThis study aimed to verify the effects of a motor intervention program for students with signs of DCD. Six 10 year-old students, both male and female, who were registered at a municipal school in the interior of the state of Santa Catarina participated in the study. Motor capacity was measured using the Movement Assessment Battery for Children (MABC-2, one of the most commonly used instruments for assessing children's movement difficulties. The test encompasses the age groups of 3 to 16 years; for each age group, eight tasks are grouped into three skill categories: manual skill, throw and catch, balance. The interventions were based on the Developmental Physical Education approach in school environments. The sessions were done individually with 20 motor intervention sessions for each student, in a total of 120

  6. Motor Neurons

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    Hounsgaard, Jorn

    2017-01-01

    Motor neurons translate synaptic input from widely distributed premotor networks into patterns of action potentials that orchestrate motor unit force and motor behavior. Intercalated between the CNS and muscles, motor neurons add to and adjust the final motor command. The identity and functional...... in in vitro preparations is far from complete. Nevertheless, a foundation has been provided for pursuing functional significance of intrinsic response properties in motoneurons in vivo during motor behavior at levels from molecules to systems....

  7. Estudio de nuevas estrategias para el control de la combustion en modos parcialmente premezclados en motores de encendido por compresión

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    Doménech Llopis, Vicente

    2013-01-01

    En los últimos años, dentro del marco de los motores de encendido por compresión, el número de investigaciones centradas en el desarrollo y estudio de nuevos modos de combustión de baja temperatura premezclados ha sido ingente. Dichos modos presentan indudables ventajas respecto a los modos convencionales de combustión Diesel por difusión, sobre todo en cuanto a la reducción de emisiones contaminantes, especialmente de NOx y hollín características de estos motores. No ...

  8. Automatização de um dinamômetro hidráulico para ensaios de motores de combustão interna

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    Albuquerque, Luiz Eduardo Nunes de

    2016-01-01

    Esta dissertação apresenta a automatização de um dinamômetro hidráulico instalado na cabine de testes de motores de combustão interna do laboratório de máquinas térmicas da Universidade de Brasília. O dinamômetro é operado por meio de um controlador analógico que comanda o freio do equipamento pela variação da pressão interna gerada pelo vórtice da água no circuito hidráulico. A pressão interna, por sua vez, é controlada por uma válvula borboleta acoplada a um servo motor de corrente contínua...

  9. Modelado e implementación de un manejador eléctrico para un motor de inducción trifásico

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    Arturo Fajardo Jaimes

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper gives a detailed description of a non-conventional speed-variation linear model intended for a conventional three-phase induction motor. The proposed architecture consists in a single-phase unit-power-factor tap (PFC followed by three-phase inverter, which feeds the motor by using the scalar-control technique. The whole system is digitally-controlled by a Digital Signal Processor (DSP. In order to obtain the model, non-conventional use of the average operator is suggested, which involves a calculation time span that depends on the target dynamics. This type of analysis simplifies the development of lossless models in terms of model precision. The project was divided into three methodological stages. Stage one established target dynamics for each of the electric-driver parts as well as providing linear models by means of a well-defined stage-specific mobile average operator. Stage two served to validate the models through simulation-based experiments. Finally, controllers were designed and the driver was implemented so as to validate the design process experimentally. The system that was implementing through this modeling process corresponds to a speed-variation unit for a 0,5-HP reduced-voltage (22V induction motor. The implemented system was characterized in terms of the total power-factor correction, a speed regulation level lower than 5 %, and power-processing-unit efficiency (PFC-Inverter of 82 %.

  10. Uma versão compacta do motor elétrico de Faraday para demonstração em sala de aula

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    Osmar Henrique Moura Silva

    2013-06-01

    Full Text Available http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2175-7941.2013v30n2p385 O “motor” elétrico de Michael Faraday (1791-1867 é versado como o precursor dos motores elétricos atuais e um equipamento interessante no estudo introdutório do assunto. Um trabalho anterior divulgou uma montagem deste motor mais bem adaptada aos ambientes educativos não formais, abrangendo suas duas variantes: uma, com haste móvel e ímã fixo; outra, com haste fixa e ímã móvel. Apresenta-se aqui uma elaboração desse motor na primeira destas variantes que se diferencia nas dimensões e peso, sendo de fácil transporte e uso em sala de aula por apropriação da energia elétrica padrão de 127V.

  11. Escala Motora Infantil de Alberta: validação para uma população gaúcha Escala motora infantil de Alberta: validación para una población de Rio Grande do Sul (Brasil Infant Motor Scale of Alberta: validation for a population of Southern Brazil

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    Nadia Cristina Valentini

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Traduzir, adaptar e verificar a validade de critérios motor e de constructo (consistência interna, validade dis-criminante, correlação com outros testes e validade preditiva da versão em Português da Alberta Motor Infant Scale. MÉTODOS: Estudo de validação transcultural. Participaram 21 profissionais e 561 crianças do Rio Grande do Sul, com idades de zero a 18 meses (291 meninos. Foram utilizados os instrumentos: Alberta Infant Motor Scale, Escala do Desen-volvimento do Comportamento da Criança e um questionário para controle de variáveis. O estudo compreendeu as fases de tradução e adaptação da escala; análise da validade de conteúdo; treinamento de profissionais; coleta de dados no ambiente familiar e em creches; análise da objetividade e fidedignidade, e validade de critério e construto. RESULTADOS: A versão portuguesa da Alberta Infant Motor Scale continha critérios motores claros e pertinentes; apresentou ótima confiabilidade (escore total, p=0,88; prono, p=0,86; supino, p=0,89; sentado, p=0,80 e em pé, p=0,85 e poder discriminativo (desenvolvimento típico versus atípico; escore, pOBJETIVO: Traducir, adaptar y verificar la validez y clareza de criterios motor y constructo (consistencia interna, vali-dez discriminante, correlación con otras pruebas y validez predictiva de la versión en Portugués de la Alberta Motor Infant Scale. MÉTODOS: Estudio de validación transcultural, descriptivo y transversal. Participaron 21 profesionales y 561 niños de Rio Grande do Sul, con edades entre 0 y 18 meses (291 niños y 270 niñas. Se utilizaron los instrumentos: Alberta Infant Motor Scale (AIMS, Escala del Desarrollo del Comportamiento del Niño (EDCC y un cuestionario para control de variables. El estudio comprendió las etapas de traducción y adaptación de la escala; análisis de la validez de contenido; entrenamiento de profesionales; recolección de datos en el ambiente familiar y en guarderías; an

  12. Evaluation of a diesel engine running with stationary mixtures of soybean oil and reused oil diesel; Avaliacao de um motor diesel estacionario funcionando com misturas de oleo de soja reutilizado e oleo diesel

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    Maronhas, Maite E.S.; Fernandes, Haroldo C.; Siqueira, Wagner C.; Figueiredo, Augusto C. [Universidade Federal de Vicosa (UFV), MG (Brazil)], Emails: maronhas@gmail.com, haroldo@ufv.br, augusto.figueiredo@ufv.br

    2009-07-01

    The tests were conducted at the Laboratory of Agricultural Mechanization Department of Agricultural Engineering, Federal University of Vicosa using a stationary diesel engine Yanmar brand NS{sub B} 75, with nominal power of 5.8 kw at 2400 rpm, direct injection, and water cooled. This work aimed to examine the reuse of soybean oil to drive the engine stationary. Were used as fuel five mixtures of diesel oil (DO) and soybean oil (OS) re-used in the kitchen of the restaurant of the university in the proportions of 0-100%, 25-75%, 50-50%, 75-25 % and 100-0% respectively. The power and torque of the engine is higher for the mixture showed a 75% OD and 25% OS and 25% lower for DO and 75% OS. The lowest hourly consumption was with a mixture of 25% and 75% OD and OS was 15% lower than for the pure diesel. The values found justifying the use of mixtures of diesel and soybean oil reused, but the technical aspects, especially regarding the wear of the engine, must be evaluated to indicate the use after a long period of engine operation. (author)

  13. Efeito da intervenção em esteira motorizada na aquisição da marcha independente e desenvolvimento motor em bebês de risco para atraso desenvolvimental Efecto de la intervención en caminadora automática en la adquisición de la marcha independiente y desarrollo motor en bebés de riesgo para retraso de desarrollo Treadmill training effects on walking acquisition and motor development in infants at risk of developmental delay

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    Diana Xavier C. Schlittler

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Examinar o efeito de intervenção em esteira motorizada na idade de aquisição da marcha independente em bebês de risco para atraso de desenvolvimento. MÉTODOS: Estudo experimental com 15 lactentes a partir do 5º mês de idade, sendo cinco deles com risco de atraso de desenvolvimento submetidos a sessões de fisioterapia e intervenção em esteira motorizada (Grupo Experimental; cinco com risco de atraso de desenvolvimento submetidos apenas a sessões de fisioterapia (Grupo Controle de Risco; e cinco bebês sem risco de atraso (Grupo Controle Típico. As sessões de fisioterapia ocorreram duas vezes por semana, seguidas de intervenção em esteira motorizada para o grupo experimental. Todos os bebês foram avaliados mensalmente pela Alberta Infant Motor Scale e os participantes do grupo experimental foram filmados durante a realização das passadas na esteira. Comparações entre os grupos ao longo do tempo foram realizadas por análise de variância (ANOVA e de multivariância (MANOVA. RESULTADOS: Os bebês do Grupo Experimental adquiriram a marcha independente aos 12,8 meses e os do Grupo Controle de Risco aos 13,8 meses de idade corrigida, sendo que a aquisição do Grupo Controle de Risco ocorreu mais tarde em relação ao Grupo Controle Típico (1,1 meses; pOBJETIVO: Examinar el efecto de intervención en caminadora automática en la edad de adquisición de la marcha independiente en bebés de riesgo para retraso de desarrollo. MÉTODOS: Estudio experimental de 15 lactantes a partir del 5º mes de edad, siendo 5 con riesgo de retraso de desarrollo sometidos a sesiones de fisioterapia e intervención en caminadora automática (grupo experimental; 5 de riesgo de retraso de desarrollo sometidos solamente a sesiones de fisioterapia (grupo control de riesgo; y 5 bebés sin riesgo de retraso (grupo control típico. Las sesiones de fisioterapia ocurrieron 2 veces en la semana, seguidas de intervención en caminadora autom

  14. Evaluación del etanol obtenido a partir de residuos forestales como aditivo en gasolina para motores de combustión interna

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    Flores Quintero, Jesús Enrique; Marín Lopez, Angie M.

    2016-01-01

    La presente investigación consistió en la obtención de etanol a partir de residuos forestales para ser evaluado como aditivo en gasolina. Se obtuvo un mosto (a partir de residuos forestales) rico en azúcares a través de una hidrólisis ácida con ácido sulfúrico al 6% por 3 horas a 80 ºC. Se definieron experimentalmente las condiciones del proceso de fermentación del mosto obtenido con levadura Saccharomices cerevisiae al 50% durante 6 días y destilación simple para la purificación del etanol h...

  15. SRM, motor para el desarrollo de la cadena de valor Supplier Relationship Management – SRM gestión de las relaciones con los proveedores

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    Luis Leonardo Mendoza S.

    2010-01-01

    Ejemplo de ello es el SRM, Supplier Relationship Management, en donde por medio de la constitución de acuerdos basados en intereses comunes, se establecen relaciones estrechas, funcionales y eficientes entre las partes, permitiendo por esta vía la garantía del suministro, y de esta forma, darle un importante impulso para el desarrollo de la cadena de valor.

  16. Análisis estocástico de señales vibratorias de motores de inducción para la detección de fallas usando descomposición de modo empírico

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    Alejandro Rivera Roldán

    2015-04-01

    Full Text Available En este artículo se presenta un análisis de vibraciones en motores de inducción por medio de Modelos Ocultos de Markov (Hidden Markov Model - HMM aplicado a características obtenidas de la Descomposición de Modo Empírico (Empirical Mode Decomposition - EMD y transformada de Hilbert-Huang de señales de vibración obtenidas en las coordenadas x y y, con el fin de detectar fallas de funcionamiento en rodamientos y barras.  Además se presenta un análisis comparativo de la capacidad de las señales de vibración en dirección x y en dirección y, para aportar información en la detección de fallas. Así, un HMM ergódico inicializado y entrenado por medio del algoritmo de máxima esperanza, con convergencia en 10e-7 y un máximo de iteraciones de 100, se aplicó sobre el espacio de características y su desempeño fue determinado mediante validación cruzada 80-20 con 30 fold, obteniendo un alto desempeño para la detección de fallas en términos de exactitud.

  17. Early motor outpatient service intervention for postural control in preterm neonates Intervenção motora precoce ambulatorial para neonatos prematuros no controle postural

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    Clarissa Balbão Almeida

    2008-12-01

    Full Text Available Objective: To insure the motor acquisitions related to the Axial Spontaneous Not Communicative Development, which means postural control and displacement. This was done through an early motor intervention physiotherapy program in preterm neonates born at HSL-PUCRS. Materials and Methods: the interventional program included tasks of visual harassment, toys manipulation and postural control, based on Bobath concept. All five preterms who have participated in the program were evaluated by the physiotherapy service, using The Brazilian Scale of Child behavior Development in the First Year of Life, in the beginning of the study and repeated every two months. Results: The study shows no statistical significant results in relation to postural tasks, dynamic balance and displacement. However, a progression in the preterm’s classification evaluations was demonstrated. In the first month of evaluation the median was 3 (regular classification and in the third and fifth month of evaluation the median maintained in 4 (good classification. Conclusion: The early motor intervention provided a progression in the evaluation`s classification of motor acquisitions of the preterms development, however, no statistical significant results related to postural tasks, dinamic balance and displacemen was shown.Objetivo: Verificar as aquisições motoras relacionadas ao desenvolvimento axial espontâneo não comunicativo, ou seja, controle postural e deslocamento. Isto foi feito através de um programa de intervenção motora fisioterapêutica precoce em neonatos prematuros nascidos no Hospital São Lucas - PUCRS. Materiais e Métodos: Tarefas de perseguição visual, manipulação de brinquedos e de controle postural, baseados no conceito Bobath, foram implementadas no programa interventivo. Todos os 5 prematuros que participaram deste estudo foram avaliados pelo serviço de fisioterapia por meio da Escala de Desenvolvimento do Comportamento da Criança no Primeiro Ano

  18. Solution of the transport equation in stationary state, in one and two dimensions, for BWR assemblies using nodal methods; Solucion de la ecuacion de transporte en estado estacionario, en 1 y 2 dimensiones, para ensambles tipo BWR usando metodos nodales

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    Xolocostli M, J V

    2002-07-01

    The main objective of this work is to solve the neutron transport equation in one and two dimensions (slab geometry and X Y geometry, respectively), with no time dependence, for BWR assemblies using nodal methods. In slab geometry, the nodal methods here used are the polynomial continuous (CMPk) and discontinuous (DMPk) families but only the Linear Continuous (also known as Diamond Difference), the Quadratic Continuous (QC), the Cubic Continuous (CC), the Step Discontinuous (also known as Backward Euler), the Linear Discontinuous (LD) and the Quadratic Discontinuous (QD) were considered. In all these schemes the unknown function, the angular neutron flux, is approximated as a sum of basis functions in terms of Legendre polynomials, associated to the values of the neutron flux in the edges (left, right, or both) and the Legendre moments in the cell, depending on the nodal scheme used. All these schemes were implemented in a computer program developed in previous thesis works and known with the name TNX. This program was modified for the purposes of this work. The program discreetizes the domain of concern in one dimension and determines numerically the angular neutron flux for each point of the discretization when the number of energy groups and regions are known starting from an initial approximation for the angular neutron flux being consistent with the boundary condition imposed for a given problem. Although only problems with two-energy groups were studied the computer program does not have limitations regarding the number of energy groups and the number of regions. The two problems analyzed with the program TNX have practically the same characteristics (fuel and water), with the difference that one of them has a control rod. In the part corresponding to two-dimensional problems, the implemented nodal methods were those designated as hybrids that consider not only the edge and cell Legendre moments, but also the values of the neutron flux in the corner points. In this geometry nodal, continuous and discontinuous schemes were used. For the continuos schemes, only the Bi Quadratic (BiQ) and the Bi Cubic (BiC) were considered. In the case of the discontinuous ones two nodal schemes were considered, namely the Discontinuous Bi Linear (DBiL) and Discontinuous Bi Quadratic (DBiQ). The nodal schemes applied use from 4 up to 16 interpolation parameters per cell. These schemes are-defined for a set D{sub c} of interpolation parameters and a polynomial space S{sub h} corresponding to each one of the nodal schemes considered. All these four nodal hybrid schemes were implemented in a computer program called TNHXY starting from the computer program TNXY developed in previous thesis works. Several subroutines wae added to calculate the average neutron flux for each cell and for each energy group, generating two versions, one for the continuous schemes and one for the discontinuous schemes. For this geometry, two benchmark problems of the ANL-7416 document were analyzed. They are 7x7 BWR fuel assemblies, one without control rod and the other one with control rod. The computer program was also applied to a MOX assembly proposed by the Nuclear Energy Agency and it is considered as a reference problem. The results obtained for the one-dimensional problems using TNX for the effective multiplication factor were compared with the ones obtained with the code ANISN/PC. TNX code shows a faster convergence within four significant figures for the case with no control rod and three significant figures for the case with control rod (using double precision). These results suggest TNX is a very useful tool for this kind of calculations. For X Y geometry, the results obtained with TNHXY were compared with those calculated with the code TWOTRAN. To get these results, several spatial (1x1, 2x2, 4x4 per cell) and angular meshes (S{sub 2}, S{sub 4}, S{sub 6}, and S{sub 8}) were used. The results for the problem with no control rod were practically the same as those obtained with TWOTRAN using the scheme DBiL that is the simplest one. The results for the other three schemes are practically the same, except for differences in the fourth or fifth significant figure. For the MOX assembly, the results obtained for k{sub eff} with TNHXY were compared with the values obtained with the codes HELIOS, MCNP4B/ENDF-VI and CPM-3. The results obtained with TNHXY are comparable with those reported with the other codes. Particularly, when k{sub eff} values obtained with TNHXY are compared with those obtained with MCNP-4B/ENDF-VI the error was less than 0.5%. Finally, the cross sections used in TNHXY were obtained with the code HELIOS. (Author)

  19. Solution of the transport equation in stationary state, in one and two dimensions, for BWR assemblies using nodal methods; Solucion de la ecuacion de transporte en estado estacionario, en 1 y 2 dimensiones, para ensambles tipo BWR usando metodos nodales

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    Xolocostli M, J.V

    2002-07-01

    The main objective of this work is to solve the neutron transport equation in one and two dimensions (slab geometry and X Y geometry, respectively), with no time dependence, for BWR assemblies using nodal methods. In slab geometry, the nodal methods here used are the polynomial continuous (CMPk) and discontinuous (DMPk) families but only the Linear Continuous (also known as Diamond Difference), the Quadratic Continuous (QC), the Cubic Continuous (CC), the Step Discontinuous (also known as Backward Euler), the Linear Discontinuous (LD) and the Quadratic Discontinuous (QD) were considered. In all these schemes the unknown function, the angular neutron flux, is approximated as a sum of basis functions in terms of Legendre polynomials, associated to the values of the neutron flux in the edges (left, right, or both) and the Legendre moments in the cell, depending on the nodal scheme used. All these schemes were implemented in a computer program developed in previous thesis works and known with the name TNX. This program was modified for the purposes of this work. The program discreetizes the domain of concern in one dimension and determines numerically the angular neutron flux for each point of the discretization when the number of energy groups and regions are known starting from an initial approximation for the angular neutron flux being consistent with the boundary condition imposed for a given problem. Although only problems with two-energy groups were studied the computer program does not have limitations regarding the number of energy groups and the number of regions. The two problems analyzed with the program TNX have practically the same characteristics (fuel and water), with the difference that one of them has a control rod. In the part corresponding to two-dimensional problems, the implemented nodal methods were those designated as hybrids that consider not only the edge and cell Legendre moments, but also the values of the neutron flux in the corner points. In this geometry nodal, continuous and discontinuous schemes were used. For the continuos schemes, only the Bi Quadratic (BiQ) and the Bi Cubic (BiC) were considered. In the case of the discontinuous ones two nodal schemes were considered, namely the Discontinuous Bi Linear (DBiL) and Discontinuous Bi Quadratic (DBiQ). The nodal schemes applied use from 4 up to 16 interpolation parameters per cell. These schemes are-defined for a set D{sub c} of interpolation parameters and a polynomial space S{sub h} corresponding to each one of the nodal schemes considered. All these four nodal hybrid schemes were implemented in a computer program called TNHXY starting from the computer program TNXY developed in previous thesis works. Several subroutines wae added to calculate the average neutron flux for each cell and for each energy group, generating two versions, one for the continuous schemes and one for the discontinuous schemes. For this geometry, two benchmark problems of the ANL-7416 document were analyzed. They are 7x7 BWR fuel assemblies, one without control rod and the other one with control rod. The computer program was also applied to a MOX assembly proposed by the Nuclear Energy Agency and it is considered as a reference problem. The results obtained for the one-dimensional problems using TNX for the effective multiplication factor were compared with the ones obtained with the code ANISN/PC. TNX code shows a faster convergence within four significant figures for the case with no control rod and three significant figures for the case with control rod (using double precision). These results suggest TNX is a very useful tool for this kind of calculations. For X Y geometry, the results obtained with TNHXY were compared with those calculated with the code TWOTRAN. To get these results, several spatial (1x1, 2x2, 4x4 per cell) and angular meshes (S{sub 2}, S{sub 4}, S{sub 6}, and S{sub 8}) were used. The results for the problem with no control rod were practically the same as those obtained with TWOTRAN using the scheme DBiL that is the simplest one. The results for th

  20. Analysis of a linear solar concentrated with stationary reflector and movable center for applications of average temperature; Analisis de un concetrador solar lineal con reflector estacionario y foco movil para aplicaciones de media temperatura

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    Pujol, R.; Moia, A.; Martinez, V.

    2008-07-01

    Three different geometries of a fixed solar mirror concentrator and tracking absorber have been analyzed for medium temperature: FSMC flat mirrors, FSMC parabolic mirrors and only one parabolic mirror OPMSC. These designs can track the sun by moving the receiver around a static reflector in a circular path. A forward ray tracing procedure was implemented by the authors to analyze the influence of the collector parameters on optical efficiency. Various combinations of D/W ratios and geometric concentration ratios C were studied. The analysis showed that as D/W increases the efficiency increases well. Annual efficiencies of a 40% can be reached, in front of 35 % estimated with commercial evacuated tubes at 120 degree centigrade. (Author)

  1. BWR simulation in a stationary state for the evaluation of fuel cell design; Simulacion de un reactor BWR en estado estacionario para la evaluacion del diseno de celdas de combustible

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    Montes T, J. L.; Ortiz S, J. J.; Perusquia del C, R.; Castillo M, A., E-mail: joseluis.montes@inin.gob.mx [ININ, Carretera Mexico-Toluca s/n, 52750 Ocoyoacac, Estado de Mexico (Mexico)

    2014-10-15

    In this paper the simulation of a BWR in order to evaluate the performance of a set of fuel assemblies under stationary state in three dimensions (3-D) is presented. 15 cases selected from a database containing a total of 18225 cases are evaluated. The main selection criteria were based on the results of the design phase of the power cells in two dimensions (2-D) and 3-D initial study. In 2-D studies the parameters that were used to qualify and select the designs were basically the local power peaking factor and neutron multiplication factor of each fuel cell. In the initial 3-D study variables that defined the quality of results, and from which the selection was realized, are the margins to thermal limits of reactor operation and the value of the effective multiplication factor at the end of cycle operation. From the 2-D and 3-D results of the studies described a second 3-D study was realized, where the optimizations of the fuel reload pattern was carried out. The results presented in this paper correspond to this second 3-D study. It was found that the designs of the fuel cell they had a similar behavior to those provided by the fuel supplier of reference BWR. Particularly it noted the impact of reload pattern on the cold shut down margin. An estimate of the operation costs of reference cycle analyzed with each one designed reload batch was also performed. As a result a positive difference (gain) up to 10,347 M/US D was found. (Author)

  2. Application of COMSOL in the solution of the neutron diffusion equations for fast nuclear reactors in stationary state; Aplicacion de COMSOL en la solucion de las ecuaciones de difusion de neutrones para reactores nucleares rapidos en estado estacionario

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    Silva A, L.; Del Valle G, E., E-mail: evalle@ipn.mx [IPN, Escuela Superior de Fisica y Matematicas, Av. IPN s/n, Col. San Pedro Zacatenco, 07738 Mexico D. F. (Mexico)

    2012-10-15

    This work shows an application of the program COMSOL Multi physics Ver. 4.2a in the solution of the neutron diffusion equations for several energy groups in nuclear reactors whose core is formed by assemblies of hexagonal transversal cut as is the cas of fast reactors. A reference problem of 4 energy groups is described of which takes the cross sections which are processed by means of a program that prepares the definition of the constants utilized in COMSOL for the generic partial differential equations that this uses. The considered solution domain is the sixth part of the core which is applied frontier conditions of reflection and incoming flux zero. The discretization mesh is elaborated in automatic way by COMSOL and the solution method is one of finite elements of Lagrange grade two. The reference problem is known as the Knk with and without control rod which led to propose the calculation of the effective multiplication factor in function of the control rod fraction from a value 0 (completely inserted control rod) until the value 1 (completely extracted control rod). Besides this the reactivity was determined as well as the change of this in function of control rod fraction. The neutrons scalar flux for each energy group with and without control rod is proportioned. The reported results show a behavior similar to the one reported in other works but using the discreet ordinates S{sub 2} approximation. (Author)

  3. Analysis of Magnetic Nozzles For Space Plasma Thrusters = Análisis de Toberas Magnéticas para Motores Espaciales de Plasma

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    Merino Martínez, Mario

    2013-01-01

    Esta tesis presenta un análisis teórico del funcionamiento de toberas magnéticas para la propulsión espacial por plasmas. El estudio está basado en un modelo tridimensional y bi-fluido de la expansión supersónica de un plasma caliente en un campo magnético divergente. El modelo básico es ampliado progresivamente con la inclusión de términos convectivos dominantes de electrones, el campo magnético inducido por el plasma, poblaciones electrónicas múltiples a distintas temperaturas, y la capacid...

  4. Metodologia simplificada para a análise termoeconómica de sistemas de cogeração com motor Stirling

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    Costa, João Miguel Santos

    2013-01-01

    Dissertação de mestrado integrado em Engenharia Mecânica O aumento do consumo de energia a nível mundial tem levado a uma diminuição das reservas de energias fósseis, nomeadamente do petróleo, uma das principais fontes. Surgiu assim a necessidade de diversificação no consumo de energia, o que tem levado ao desenvolvimento de novas tecnologias mais limpas para a geração e conversão de energia, como os sistemas de cogeração, as energias eólica, solar, ondas, a biomassa, bem como ...

  5. PROYECCIÓN DE COSTOS DE UN BUS ARTICULADO CON MOTOR DEDICADO A GAS NATURAL PARA SER UTILIZADO EN LOS SISTEMAS DE TRANSPORTE MASIVO DE COLOMBIA

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    JUAN MANTILLA; HELMER ACEVEDO; CARLOS DUQUE; CARLOS GALEANO; SERGIO CARRION

    2009-01-01

    El objetivo del presente trabajo es mostrar los resultados del estudio comparativo de costos entre dos buses articulados que operan con diferentes combustibles, gas natural comprimido y diesel. Los resultados se utilizarán para establecer la viabilidad económica de la implementación de flotas de este tipo de buses en los sistemas de transporte masivo de las grandes ciudades colombianas. La proyección se realizó siguiendo las recomendaciones de operación y mantenimiento dadas por los fabricant...

  6. Software for dimensioning conductors, electroducts and protections for electrical installations of lightning and motors in rural areas; Software para dimensionar condutores, eletrodutos e protecoes para instalacoes eletricas de luz e de forca motriz no meio rural

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    Bianchi, Inacio; Souza, Teofilo Miguel de [Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), Guaratingueta, SP (Brazil). Dept. de Engenharia Eletrica. Centro de Energias Renovaveis], e-mail: teofilo@feg.unesp.br, e-mail: ibianchi@feg.unesp.br

    2004-07-01

    This paper presents the software MOTORLUZ developed for efficient and economical design of lighting and motors wiring circuits in agricultural zones. The software input data are: voltage, single or three-phase system, circuit or feeder, power factor, voltage drops, temperature, number of circuits, component number and length of each circuit, number of conductors in the conduit and power of each circuit component. Results are presented on screen and archived for future attachment in the design calculus memorial. Archives contains input data, circuit names, currents, conductor diameters, breakers, fuses, conductor total length, conduit diameters and length, partial and total voltage drops for each circuit. Executable version program is easy, compact, and it can runs even in a 3 1/2'' floppy disk drive of any PC microcomputer. A simplified application example data of the software is showed too at this paper. (author)

  7. Diseño e implementación de maletas didácticas para el control de motores utilizando variadores de velocidad para el control de llenado.

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    Cevallos Tixi, Miguel Angel; Huiracocha Salavarría, Carlos Andrés

    2015-01-01

    En la actualidad en el sector industrial ecuatoriano se pueden encontrar diversos sistemas de control y mando, así como también diferentes fabricantes de equipos utilizados para los procesos automatizados y con ello aumentar la productividad y realizar la reducción de los costos y mejoras de tiempos de producción. La UNIVERSIDAD POLITÉCNICA SALESIANA está determinada a ofrecer a sus estudiantes una excelente educación, además de impartir el conocimiento de los sistemas modernos y actualiza...

  8. Interfaz Gráfica Computacional para Destilación Multicomponente utilizando Métodos Cortos

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    A. Osorio Mirón; Gloria Dominguez Hernández

    2011-01-01

    En este trabajo, se elaboró una interfaz gráfica que determina por medio de simulación en estado estacionario el número de platos necesarios en el proceso de destilación multicomponente, así como la composición en el flujo de destilado y fondos de una torre de destilación utilizando métodos cortos. La interfaz gráfica de usuario, se construyó en el lenguaje de programación Python 2.5, permite presentar los datos de entrada y salida para el caso de columnas de destilación operando en régimen p...

  9. Limitations of the Neurological Evolutional Exam (ENE as a motor assessment for first graders Limitações do Exame Neurológico Evolutivo (ENE como um instrumento de avaliação motora para crianças da primeira série

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    Priscila M. Caçola

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: Many clinicians and researchers in Brazil consider the Neurological Developmental Exam (NDE, a valid and reliable assessment for Brazilian school-aged children. However, since its inception, several tests have emerged that, according to some researchers, provide more in-depth evaluation of motor ability and go beyond the detection of general motor status (soft neurological signs. OBJECTIVES: To highlight the limitations of the NDE as a motor skill assessment for first graders. METHODS: Thirty-five children were compared on seven selected items of the NDE, seven of the Bruininks-Oseretsky Test (BOT, and seven of the Visual-Motor Integration test (VMI. Participants received a "pass" or "fail" score for each item, as prescribed by the respective test manual. RESULTS: Chi-square and ANOVA results indicated that the vast majority of children (74% passed the NDE items, whereas values for the other tests were 29% (BOT and 20% (VMI. Analysis of specific categories (e.g. visual, fine, and gross motor coordination revealed a similar outcome. CONCLUSIONS: Our data suggest that while the NDE may be a valid and reliable test for the detection of general motor status, its use as a diagnostic/remedial tool for identifying motor ability is questionable. One of our recommendations is the consideration of a revised NDE in light of the current needs of clinicians and researchers.CONTEXTUALIZAÇÃO: Muitos clínicos e pesquisadores brasileiros consideram o Exame Neurológico Evolutivo (ENE, um instrumento válido e confiável para crianças brasileiras em idade escolar. Entretanto, desde a sua criação, surgiram outros testes para uma avaliação mais profunda de habilidade motora, os quais vão além de detectar status motor geral em forma de sinais neurológicos leves. OBJETIVOS: Demonstrar os pontos fracos do ENE como teste de avaliação de habilidade motora para crianças de primeira série. MÉTODOS: Trinta e cinco crianças realizaram 7 itens

  10. The electric motor handbook

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    Hurst, R.W.; Feltham, P. (eds.)

    2004-05-01

    This handbook outlines the important role that electric motors play in modern society. It covers the field of motor applications from various motor types to their use and repair. It also presents practical applications of electric motors and methods on motor efficiency. More than half of all electricity generated, and 75 per cent of all industrial electricity consumption is consumed by electric motors. Electrical personnel must be aware of all factors involved in electric motors in order to choose and apply the appropriate size of electric motor. These factors include efficiency, sizing and proper application. The efficient use and maximum life expectancy of electric motors depends on proper motor protection, control and maintenance. This handbook includes articles from leading experts on electric motors in modern electrical systems. The content includes: design considerations; proper electric motor sizing techniques; optimal electric motor application; electric motor protection technology; electric motor control principles; electric motor maintenance and troubleshooting; induction electric motors; electric motor bearing currents; electric motor bearing lubrication; electromagnetism; electric motor enclosures; electric motor testing; electric motor repair; DC electric motor; electric motor starters; electric motor brushes; industrial electric motors; electric motor diagrams; AC electric motors; electric motor wiring; electric motor service; electric motor rewinding; electric motor winding; diagram of electric motor wiring; electric motor kit; and, troubleshooting electric motors. A directory of motor manufacturers and suppliers was also included. refs., tabs., figs.

  11. Simulación de procesos termodinámicos cuasi ideales orientados a la generación de trabajo mecánico. Evaluación de combinaciones posibles para su aplicación en motores alternativos de combustión o de aportación de calor

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    Llop Garcia, Xavier

    2009-01-01

    El objetivo del presente proyecto es la obtención de una herramienta informática que, gracias a un modelo matemático, simule los procesos termodinámicos de la fase cerrada de un motor alternativo de combustión interna. El motor que se pretende simular puede seguir un ciclo Otto o un ciclo Diesel y ser alimentado por distintos tipos de combustible. Para la obtención del modelo matemático se aceptaran ciertas hipótesis de simplificación debido a la complejidad de los procesos que tienen luga...

  12. Caracterización, obtención y validación del modelo dinámico de un motor de inducción con rótor devanado para su utilización como DFIG

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    Bañón Martín, José Miguel

    2016-01-01

    En este proyecto se pretende realizar la caracterización de un motor trifásico de inducción de rotor devanado. Siguiendo los pasos y especificaciones que nos indique la norma UNE. Las máquinas eléctricas juegan un papel muy importante en la actualidad, tanto como generador como motor. Nuestro trabajo irá enfocado a una máquina de inducción ampliamente utilizada en la industria. Para entrar en contacto con el mundo de las máquinas eléctricas utilizaremos una serie de libros básicos sobre es...

  13. El turismo como motor potencial para el desarrollo económico de zonas fronterizas en vías de desarrollo. Un estudio de caso

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    Francisco Orgaz Agüera

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available El turismo se configura como uno de los principales sectores económicos a nivel internacional, adquiriendo importancia en los países en vías de desarrollo. El objetivo de la investigación es analizar las potencialidades turísticas de un destino en vías de desarrollo localizado en una zona fronteriza (turismo fronterizo, en concreto, la provincia de Dajabón (República Dominicana. Otro de los objetivos es conocer la percepción de los residentes ante el turismo y elementos que pueden afectar a este sector. La finalidad es elaborar propuestas para mejorar el turismo en este destino, con la misión de que este sector fomente el desarrollo sostenible en esta área geográfica. La metodología ha consistido en una combinación de entrevistas, grupos de discusión y encuestas. Los resultados muestran que la provincia de Dajabón tiene un gran potencial turístico, si bien, la percepción de los residentes hacia esta actividad es muy baja.

  14. Validação da escala motora funcional EK para a língua portuguesa Validation of the EK functional motor scale in the Portuguese language

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    José Antônio Baddini Martinez

    2006-10-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Validar uma versão traduzida para o português da escala funcional EK (Egen Klassifikation, desenvolvida na Dinamarca, visando aplicação em pacientes com distrofia muscular de Duchenne e atrofia muscular espinhal. MÉTODOS: Uma versão em inglês da escala EK foi traduzida para o português falado no Brasil. Tal escala foi aplicada a 26 pacientes do sexo masculino (idade média = 12,7 ± 4,0 anos, com diagnóstico de distrofia muscular de Duchenne. Os pacientes também responderam questões referentes a uma versão em língua portuguesa do índice de Barthel e tiveram medidas a força de preensão palmar direita e esquerda, com emprego de um dinamômetro de mão. Os escores da escala EK foram correlacionados com a idade, escores do índice de Barthel e as forças palmares. RESULTADOS: O escore total médio da escala EK foi de 8,1 ± 7,3 e do índice de Barthel de 54,0 ± 26,2. A força de preensão palmar direita foi de 12,7 ± 17,2% e a esquerda de 14,6 ± 19,8% do previsto. Os escores da escala EK correlacionaram-se de maneira altamente significante com a idade (r= 0,596, p= 0,0013, força de preensão palmar direita (r= -0,556, p= 0,0032 e esquerda (r= -0,623, p=0,0007, e com o índice de Barthel (r= -0,928, p OBJECTIVE: To validate a Portuguese version of the EK scale (Egen Klassifikation, that was developed in Denmark for patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy, and spinal muscular atrophy. METHODS: An English version of the EK scale was translated into the Portuguese language as spoken in Brazil. This scale was applied to 26 male patients (mean age = 12.7 ± 4.0 years with Duchenne muscular dystrophy. Patients also answered questions of a Portuguese version of the Barthel index questionnaire, and had their right and left hand grip forces measured with a dynamometer. RESULTS: The mean total EK scale score was 8.1 ± 7.3 and the Barthel index 54.0 ± 26.2. The mean hand grip force was 12.7 ± 17.2 % predicted for the right

  15. Desarrollo de sistemas expertos en tiempo real para la detección y diagnóstico de faltas en motores trifásicos de inducción

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    Luis Diego Murillo Soto

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available El presente trabajo muestra las etapas y arquitectura para el  desarrollo de sistemas expertos (SE, orientados a detectar y diagnosticar las condiciones anormales de diseño en que opera el motor, estas condiciones fuera de rango son conocidas como faltas. Las faltas pueden evidenciarse al comparar el valor de diseño de alguna variable y la medición real en el punto de operación.Comercialmente existen sistemas en línea que permiten monitorear un conjunto de variables, pero requiere de una persona experta en el tema, que establezca las variables a medir y la frecuencia de medición. Posteriormente se requiere el análisis de los datos y las recomendaciones generales de los posibles causantes del problema, así como las respectivas acciones correctivas por parte del experto.El anterior sistema de monitoreo y diagnóstico está limitado principalmente por: existencia del equipo de monitoreo, contar con un experto que realice el diagnóstico, y sus respectivos costos.El diseño e implementación de un sistema experto que automatice la captura e interpretación de los datos, permitirá lograr una solución económica a las limitantes planteadas.

  16. Motor homopolar

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    Martín Muñoz, Agustín

    2007-01-01

    Mostramos la construcción de un modelo de motor homopolar, uno de los más antiguos tipos de motores eléctricos. Se caracterizan porque el campo magnético del imán mantiene siempre la misma polaridad (de ahí su nombre, del griego homos, igual), de modo que, cuando una corriente eléctrica atraviesa el campo magnético, aparece una fuerza que hace girar los elementos no fijados mecánicamente. En el sencillísimo motor homopolar colgado (Schlichting y Ucke 2004), el imán puede girar ...

  17. Desarrollo de un modelo para la estimación de la presión en la cámara de combustión en un motor Robin EY15 en condiciones de vacío y a velocidad constante, a partir de la señal de vibración

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    Grajales Herrera, Jairo Andrés

    2016-01-01

    Con el propósito de monitorear el funcionamiento de los motores de combustión internar, en este trabajo se presenta un método para la estimación de la presión en la cámara de combustión a partir del procesamiento de la señal de vibración. Se presentan también dos métodos para el diagnóstico de falla de motores de combustión a partir del análisis de las señales de vibración. A partir del uso de estrategias de mantenimiento preventivo y predictivo en las empresas se han logrado reducciones en l...

  18. Application of stepping motor

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    1980-10-01

    This book is divided into three parts, which is about practical using of stepping motor. The first part has six chapters. The contents of the first part are about stepping motor, classification of stepping motor, basic theory og stepping motor, characteristic and basic words, types and characteristic of stepping motor in hybrid type and basic control of stepping motor. The second part deals with application of stepping motor with hardware of stepping motor control, stepping motor control by microcomputer and software of stepping motor control. The last part mentions choice of stepping motor system, examples of stepping motor, measurement of stepping motor and practical cases of application of stepping motor.

  19. Using fuzzy logic to control the power of a biomass gasifier ventilation system motor to ensure suitable oxidation temperature for tar cracking; Uso da logica fuzzy para controle da potencia do motor do sistema de ventilacao de um gaseificador de biomassa que assegure temperatura de oxidacao adequada para craqueamento do alcatrao

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    Rezende, Oscar L.T.; Kulitz, Hans H. [Instituto Federal de Educacao, Ciencia e Tecnologia do Espirito Santo (IFES), Vitoria, ES (Brazil)], email: oscar@ifes.edu.br; Silva, Jadir N.; Galvarro, Svetlana F.S. [Universidade Federal de Vicosa (UFV), MG (Brazil). Dept. de Engenharia Agricola; Martin, Samuel [Universidade de Brasilia (FAV/UNB), DF (Brazil). Fac. de Agronomia e Medicina Veterinaria

    2011-07-01

    There are several models of biomass gasifier. The one used in this study was the concurrent model, in which fuel is fed through the top and air feed occurs in descending flow through combustion and reduction zones, producing low-tar gas. Nevertheless, total tar burning must be ensured in order to produce a gas, suitable for several applications. This study aimed at developing a fuzzy-based algorithm to control the active power applied to a gasifier ventilation system motor, which can ensure adequate oxidation temperature for cracking tar that may be present in the gas produced. The input variables of the fuzzy controller were oxidation zone temperature and the variation rate of this temperature. The output variable was active power. The rule base was created using experimental data. The tests performed with this algorithm allowed observing that the oxidation temperature can be set to a value desired, which does not occur in gasification processes without ventilation system control. (author)

  20. SIMULACIÓN ESTACIONARIA DE UN EVAPORADOR DE DOBLE EFECTO PARA JUGO DE TOMATE

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    Álvaro Núñez

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se desarrolló un modelo estacionario para simular un sistema evaporador de doble efecto destinado a la concentración de jugo de tomate. Debido a que el licopeno muestra capacidad antioxidante, es deseable que su concentración sea máxima en la pasta de tomate. Ello se logra optimizando tanto el diseño como las condiciones de operación del equipo concentrador de jugo. Para alcanzar ese objetivo, se incorporó al modelo la cinética de degradación del licopeno, y se realizó un estudio de sensibilidad para determinar las relaciones que vinculan las variables de proceso. El estudio determinó que el contenido de licopeno en el producto es altamente sensible al tiempo de residencia; mientras que el consumo de vapor está determinado por la presión del vapor de servicio y las presiones de los efectos.

  1. Recém-nascido pequeno para a idade gestacional: repercussão nas habilidades motoras finas Pequeño para la edad gestacional: repercusión en las habilidades motoras finas Small-for-gestational-age newborn infant: repercussion on fine motor skills

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    Amabile Vessoni Arias

    2011-03-01

    aro suspendido" hubo diferencia significativa (p=0,02; prueba Exacta de Fisher, demostrando mayor frecuencia de ejecución para el grupo PEG en el 3er mes de vida. CONCLUSIONES: Se supone que la diferencia encontrada en el ítem "alcanza el aro suspendido" pueda ser atribuida a la gran ocurrencia de movimientos de los brazos observada en el grupo PEG y no a una condición mejor de desarrollo en este grupo.OBJECTIVE: To compare the fine motor skills of full-term small-for-gestational-age (SGA and appropriate-for-gestational-age (AGA infants in the third month of life. METHODS: This observational cross-sectional study enrolled 67 infants (21 SGA and 46 AGA in the third month of life. Infants presenting genetic syndromes, congenital malformations, congenital infections and those who needed neonatal intensive care were excluded. The Bayley Scales of Infant Development-II were used, with emphasis on items that evaluate the fine motor skills. RESULTS: No differences were observed between groups for motor (p=0.21 and mental (p=0.45 scales in the third month. There was a significant difference between the groups on the item "Reaches for Suspended Ring" (Fisher's exact test; p-value=0.02: a higher percentage of SGA infants accomplished this item in the third month of life. CONCLUSIONS: We hypothesize that the difference found in the item "Reaches for Suspended Ring" could be attributed to an increased frequency of arm movements observed in SGA infants and not to a better neurodevelopment of this group.

  2. Recubrimiento de Stellite 6 sobre acero inoxidable realizado con láser de CO2 para válvulas de escape de motores diesel

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    Cadenas, M.

    2002-12-01

    Full Text Available To reduce the recovery or the replacement costs of diesel engine exhaust valves, they are manufactured with an economic base material, and a coating which is deposited on the seat valve in order to reach high hardness and good impact, corrosion and high temperature wear resistance (>550 °C and without lubrication. In this work, appropriate laser cladding parameters have been determined to obtain Stellite 6 coatings over AISI 304 steel (as plane test specimens and SAE EV8 steel (as valves substrates. One and two superimposed tracks were deposited on the seat valves, and modifying the laser power as a function of the rotated angle at the beginning and the end of the circular tracks, pores and cracks have been minimized and the thickness of the track were made uniform. Hardness, dilution and final microstructure of the different coatings have been analysed. A 10 % dilution and 550 HV in the tracks over plane test specimens was observed, while valves with one track showed 25 % and 430 HV respectively. With two superimposed tracks the hardness was up to 470 HV in the upper track.

    Para abaratar el coste de recuperación o sustitución de válvulas de escape en motores diesel, estas se fabrican con un material base económico, recubriéndose el asiento de la válvula con otro material al que se exigirá elevada dureza y buena resistencia al impacto, a la corrosión y al desgaste erosivo en caliente (>550 °C y sin lubricación. Partiendo de esta idea, en el presente trabajo se han determinado los parámetros adecuados para realizar, mediante la técnica de plaqueado láser, un recubrimiento con Stellite 6, sobre sustratos de acero AISI 304 (probetas planas y SAE EV8 (válvulas reales. Sobre las válvulas, se depositaron uno y dos cordones superpuestos, se minimizó la presencia de poros y grietas, modificando el grado de solape inicial y final de los cordones circulares y la potencia en función del ángulo girado. Así, se

  3. Adaptação da AMPS-escolar para crianças brasileiras de 4 a 8 anos Adaptación de la AMPS-escolar para niños brasileños de 4 a 8 años Adaptation of the school-AMPS (Assessment of Motor and Process Skills to Brazilian children from 4 to 8 years old

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    Maria das Graças Abreu de Faria

    2006-12-01

    ajuste, pero el instrumento puede ser útil para evaluar la competencia funcional en niños brasileños con necesidades especiales.The objective of this study was to translate, adapt and analyze the item validity of the School-Version of the Assessment of Motor and Process Skills (School-AMPS. The methodology included the translation, simplification of scoring criteria and selection of motor tasks, which are relevant for classroom performance. Thirty typically developing children, ages 4, 6, and 8 years old, were observed individually, when performing the selected tasks. Rasch analysis indicated that the items proposed were easy for the sample, two items in the motor scale and three items in the process scale presented erratic score patterns, which compromised the test construct validity. The children presented valid patterns of response and there was a significant relationship (Pearson r between the measures of motor skills (0,59 and process (0,53 skills and the child’s age. It was concluded that some items needed adjustments, but the instrument could be useful to evaluate the functional competence of Brazilian children with special needs.

  4. Análisis de modos de falla, efectos y criticidad (AMFEC) del sistema de inyección de un motor de encendido provocado Corsa Evolution 1.4L empleando herramientas de aprendizaje y clasificación para la programación del mantenimiento

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    Aguilar Romero, Angel Yasmany; Tandazo Flores, Luis Fernando

    2017-01-01

    En este proyecto se desarrolla la técnica de análisis de modos de falla, efectos y criticidad (AMFEC) en el sistema de inyección del motor de un vehículo a raíz de la información obtenida sobre su comportamiento en diferentes estados de funcionamiento, los datos adquiridos son analizados mediante herramientas de aprendizaje y clasificación para la programación del mantenimiento. This project develops the technique of analysis of modes of failure, effects and criticality (AMFEC) in the syst...

  5. Capacidades motoras envolvidas na habilidade psicomotora da técnica de ressuscitação cardiopulmonar: subsídios para o processo ensino-aprendizagem Capacidades motoras involucradas en la habilidad psicomotora de la técnica de resucitación cardiopulmonar: subsídios para el proceso ensenanza-aprendizaje Motor capacities involved in the psychomotor skills of the cardiopulmonary resuscitation: subsidies of the teaching-learning process

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    Ana Maria Kazue Miyadahira

    2001-12-01

    Full Text Available Trata-se de uma estudo bibliográfico sobre a identificação das capacidades motoras envolvidas na habilidade psicomotora da técnica de ressuscitação cardiopulmonar (RCP cuja finalidade é obter subsídios para o planejamento do processo ensino-aprendizagem desta habilidade. Verificou-se que as capacidades motoras envolvidas na habilidade psicomotora da técnica de RCP são predominantemente cognitivas e motoras, envolvendo 9 capacidades perceptivo-motoras e 8 capacidades de proficiência física. A técnica de RCP é uma habilidade psicomotora classificada como aberta, seriada e categorizada como uma habilidade fina e global e o processo de ensino-aprendizagem da técnica de RCP tem alto grau de complexidade.Se trata de un estudio bibliográfico sobre la identificación de las capacidades motoras involucradas en la habilidad psicomotora de la técnica de resucitación cardiopulmonar (RCP cuya finalidad fue obtener subsidios para la planificación del proceso ensenanza-aprendizaje de esta habilidad. Se verifico que las capacidades motoras involucradas en la habilidad psicomotora de la técnica de RCP son predominantemente cognitivas y motoras, involucrando 9 capacidades perceptivo-motoras y 8 capacidades de proficiencia física. La técnica de RCP es una habilidad psicomotora clasificada como abierta, seriada y categorizada como una habilidad fina y global y el proceso de ensenanza-aprendizaje de la técnica de RCP tiene alto grado de complejidad.It is a bibliographic study about the identification of the motor capacities involved in the psychomotor skills of the cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR which aims to obtain subsidies to the planning of the teaching-learning process of this skill. It was found that: the motor capacities involved in the psychomotor skill of the CPR technique are predominantly cognitive and motor, involving 9 perceptive-motor capacities and 8 physical proficiency capacities. The CPR technique is a psychomotor skill

  6. Fine motor control

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    ... gross (large, general) motor control. An example of gross motor control is waving an arm in greeting. Problems ... out the child's developmental age. Children develop fine motor skills over time, by practicing and being taught. To ...

  7. Desarrollo de un sistema integral de medios de diagnóstico y de métodos especiales para el control del estado técnico de los motores de aviacion de la F.A.P.

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    Nalvarte Simoni, Ronald Sandro; Nalvarte Simoni, Ronald Sandro

    2000-01-01

    La Fuerza Aérea del Perú clienta con una diversidad de motores tanto por su tipo, año de fabricación, país de procedencia y sistema de mantenimiento. Debido a la exigencia actual de una lata confiabilidad se hace necesario desarrollar nuevos métodos y medio de detención que permitan obtener una información real, amplia y profunda sobre la condición técnica del motor y sus diversos sistemas. Los MTG de aviación al no tener partes redundantes cualquier defecto critico produce la inopera...

  8. Technical application of current analysis to detect broken bars in three-phase induction motors at ArcelorMittal Tubarao; A aplicacao da tecnica de analise de corrente para deteccao de barras quebradas nos motores e inducao trifasicos na ArcelorMittal Tubarao

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    Antunes, Harison Araujo; Rocha, Rogerio Hubner; Oliveira Filho, Jessui de; Spinasse, Amarildo; Calente, Aderaldo [ArcelorMittal Tubarao, ES (Brazil). Dept. de Producao de Gusa e Energia

    2009-11-01

    Most modern machinery operates from three-phase induction motors that, in time, can develop faults. These faults can cause the machine to stop working or decrease its efficiency level in the productive process. When a motor suffers a fault it generates indication of defects in several ways: changing in vibrating signals, temperature variations, noises, and electromagnetic field alteration. Known as motor current signature analysis, this technique allows fault detection with mechanical and electrical origin in squirrel-cage three-phase induction motors. This technique is used within ArcelorMittal Tubarao to analyze and follow the motor's rotor broken bar tendency. At ArcelorMittal Tubarao, 450 motors are monitored, at 13200, 3300 and 440V and with power rating exceeding 55 KW. This paper will show the results of applying this technique during the last 2 years, as well as the several types of broken bars detected, fault characteristics, the type of load it operates in each fault encountered, and the fault range caused in the productive process. (author)

  9. Motor control for a brushless DC motor

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    Peterson, William J. (Inventor); Faulkner, Dennis T. (Inventor)

    1985-01-01

    This invention relates to a motor control system for a brushless DC motor having an inverter responsively coupled to the motor control system and in power transmitting relationship to the motor. The motor control system includes a motor rotor speed detecting unit that provides a pulsed waveform signal proportional to rotor speed. This pulsed waveform signal is delivered to the inverter to thereby cause an inverter fundamental current waveform output to the motor to be switched at a rate proportional to said rotor speed. In addition, the fundamental current waveform is also pulse width modulated at a rate proportional to the rotor speed. A fundamental current waveform phase advance circuit is controllingly coupled to the inverter. The phase advance circuit is coupled to receive the pulsed waveform signal from the motor rotor speed detecting unit and phase advance the pulsed waveform signal as a predetermined function of motor speed to thereby cause the fundamental current waveform to be advanced and thereby compensate for fundamental current waveform lag due to motor winding reactance which allows the motor to operate at higher speeds than the motor is rated while providing optimal torque and therefore increased efficiency.

  10. Stability of a Magnetically Confined 20-KeV Steady-State Plasma; Stabilite d'un Plasma Stationnaire de 20 KeV Confine par un Champ Magnetique; Ustojchivost' 20 KehV-statsionarnoj plazmy, uderzhivaemoj magnitnym polem; Estabilidad en Regimen Estacionario de un Plasma de 20 KeV Confinado Magneticamente

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    Futch, Jr., A. H.; Damm, C. C.; Foote, J. H.; Freis, R.; Gordon, F. J.; Hunt, A. L.; Killeen, J.; Moses, K. G.; Post, R. F.; Steinhaus, J. F. [Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, Livermore, CA (United States)

    1966-04-15

    observations experimentales de stabilisation de la derive faites en ajoutant des champs cuspides lineaires au champ simple a miroirs. Ils ont constate experimentalement que les champs cuspides lineaires dodecapolaire et octopolaire suppriment les pertes d'ions dues a l'instabilite de la derive. Il ne reste que les pertes d'ions provenant de l'echange de charge avec le gaz residuel dans la plus grande partie de l'intervalle de densites accessible. Toutefois, des pertes anormales apparaissent dans certaines conditions pour la densite d'ions la plus elevee ( Tilde-Operator 2 x 10{sup 8} cm{sup -3}). La correlation de petites diminutions de la densite d'ions avec la detection d'oscillations a la gyrofrequence des ions et avec l'emission puisee d'electrons a travers la region du miroir accompagnee d'accroissements du potentiel du plasma suggere la presence d'une instabilite par resonance electrostatique. Les auteurs decrivent les differences d'activite de gyrofrequence dans le cas des champs simples a miroirs, dbdecapolaire et octopolaire, mais il n'est pas encore possible de les identifier par le mode specifique. (author) [Spanish] Los autores estudiaron la estabilidad del plasma de hidrogeno de 20 keV en regimen estacionario, correspondiente al experimento 'Alice' de inyeccion neutra realizado en Livermore. Usaron diversos campos magneticos para el confinamiento. En un campo de espejo simple observaron oscilaciones de baja frecuencia y una limitacion en cuanto a la densidad de iones atrapados; estas observaciones se interpretan en funcion de una inestabilidad en forma de deriva de baja frecuencia. Los autores han estudiado esta inestabilidad en su aspecto teorico, teniendo en cuenta los efectos resultantes del tamano finito de las orbitas ionicas, de la existencia de un campo electrico de orden cero y de densidades electronicas y ionicas desiguales. En este planteo, tanto el campo electrico como el campo magnetico pueden ser funciones arbitrarias de la coordenada especial r. Como

  11. Survey of energy efficiency programs for motor systems in the industry and the main results of PROCEL Info; Levantamento dos programas de eficiencia energetica para sistemas motrizes na industria e os principais resultados do PROCEL Info

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    Naturesa, Jim Silva; Mariotoni, Carlos Alberto [Universidade Estadual de Campinas (GPESE/UNICAMP), SP (Brazil). Dept. de Recursos Hidricos, Energeticos e Ambientais. Grupo de Planejamento Energetico e Sistemas Eletricos; Menezes, Taciana de V.; Perrone, Fernando Pinto Dias; Lepetitgaland, Karla Kwiatkowski [Centrais Eletricas Brasileiras S.A. (ELETROBRAS), Brasilia, DF (Brazil)

    2008-07-01

    This article has as objective to compare the actual energy efficiency programs for the motor driven systems of Brazil, United States and European Community. This comparison will be restricted to the action of each program, considering that the countries present distinct economical, political and social aspects. The main results of PROCEL Info will be presented. (author)

  12. Estudio del empleo de un convertidor catalítico para las emisiones gaseosas en un motor de ignición por chispa usando etanol como combustible. // Study of the employment of a catalytic convertor for the gassy emissions in an spark ignition engine using et

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    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available Con este trabajo de investigación se estudia el índice de emisiones gaseosas en un motor de ignición por chispa movido conetanol y se analiza el control de estas emisiones con aplicación de un convertidor catalítico platino/paladio (Pt/Pd en elsistema de descarga del motor. Fueron realizados ensayos dinamométricos de un motor de combustión interna MCI paraanalizar las emisiones y el control de estas, en condiciones operacionales, en función de la rotación y ángulo de avance deignición. El convertidor catalítico alcanzó un 75% de eficiencia cuando el ángulo de avance de ignición del motor aumentópara 16o. Se observó que en rotaciones de 2000 r.p.m el convertidor catalítico presentó mayor reducción de las emisionesde hidrocarburos no quemados HC, monóxido de carbono CO y óxidos de nitrógeno NOx. Con la aplicación de unconvertidor catalítico en un vehículo se debe estandarizar nuevas regulaciones en cuanto al ángulo de avance de igniciónpara optimizar el funcionamiento del motor.Palabras claves: Convertidor catalítico; emisiones de escape; eficiencia catalítica; etanol.____________________________________________________________________________Summary.With this investigation work the index of gassy emissions is studied in an spark ignition engine using ethanol, the control ofthese emissions is analyzed with application of a platinum/palladium (Pt/Pd catalytic convector in the engine dischargesystem. Rehearsals carried out in engines in order to analyze the emissions and the control of these, under operationalconditions, in function of the rotation and angle of ignition advance were carried out. The catalytic convector reaches 75%of efficiency when the ignition advance angle of the engine increased to 16o. It was observed that in rotations of 2000r.p.m the catalytic convector presented bigger reduction of the emissions of non-burnt hydrocarbons HC, monoxide ofcarbon CO and nitrogen oxides NOx. With the application of a

  13. BIORREACTORES DE MEMBRANA ANAEROBIOS PARA TRATAMIENTO DE AGUAS RESIDUALES DOMÉSTICAS. ESTUDIO PRELIMINAR

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    Luisa Vera

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    Full Text Available La o peración de biorreactores anaerobios de membrana sumergida (BRMSAn para tratamiento de aguas residuales domésticas ha sido estudiad a a escala laboratorio , con el objeto de definir las condiciones d e filtra ción sostenibles de l as suspensiones generadas a lo largo del proceso . Durante la experimentación desarrollada, la deg radación de materia orgánica por vía anaerobia ha logrado rendimientos de eliminación de DQO T entre el 85 y el 93%. Además dicha degradación ha originado biogás tras 12 días de operación y su c omposición relativa en metano ha sido del 60% tras 25 días de operación . También se ha realizado una comparación del comportamiento entre biorreactores de membrana ( BRMs opera do s en condiciones aerobias y anaerobias en términos de filtrabilidad , encontrándose que ambos sistemas se comportan de manera similar una vez alcanzado el estado estacionario .

  14. Métodos para el cálculo de los autovalores de una matriz.

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    Palomar Anguas, Juan Manuel

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available En la presente exposición se van a describir todas aquellas ideas que aun siguen en vigor para resolver el cálculo de los autovalores de una matriz, contribuyendo en el desarrollo de potentes algoritmos numéricos. Mediante la teoría de autovalores se posibilita la diagonalización de una matriz o la reducción a la forma de Jordan cuando la diagonalización no es posible. Dicho procedimiento facilita el análisis de un endomorfismo eligiendo de entre las matrices semejantes que lo representan, la más sencilla. Algunas aplicaciones del cálculo de los autovalores se refieren a la resolución de ecuaciones diferenciales. Sistemas lineales de ecuaciones en diferencias y potencias de una matriz. Comportamiento a largo plazo de las soluciones: estabilidad, estabilidad asintótica e inestabilidad. Matrices estocásticas y cadenas de Markov: estabilidad y vectores estacionarios Análisis de series temporales. Estudio de los sistemas dinámicos. Tales tipos de aplicaciones y muchas otras más, hacen del problema de autovalores una técnica básica con aplicación en todas las ramas científicas, entre ellas la economía.

  15. Modelo integral de motores alternativos con aplicaciones docentes: motores diesel de inyección directa

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    Torres García, Miguel; Chacartegui, R.; Ruiz Marín, Juan José

    2002-01-01

    Con fines docentes se ha desarrollado un programa en MATLAB que simula el comportamiento de un MDID utilizando un modelo de combustión de una zona incluyendo renovación de la carga, de fugas y perdidas mecánicas. Para la validación del modelo se han comparado los resultados con los reales de varios motores a pesar de la falta de información detallada del motor. Las mayores diferencias aparecen para régimen de giro alto donde los efectos dinámicos, que este modelo no considera, son...

  16. RANCANG BANGUN SIMULASI PEWARNAAN SEPEDA MOTOR BERBASIS KOMPUTER

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    Hotmian Sitohang

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    Full Text Available Belakang ini bisnis pewarnaan atau air brush motor sangat disukai. Setiap toko pengecatan atau pemasangan stiker selalu dipadati motor-motor yang baru maupun yang lama untuk  diwarnai atau di beri sticker agar warna asli tidak rusak dan pudar. Pewarnaan yang dilakukan pada sepeda motor meliputi pewarnaan body, tebeng depan, tebeng belakang, kaca lampu, spion, pelang dan bagian lainnya. Rata-rata para penggemar  pewarnaan kendaraan bermotor melakukan proses pewarnaan untuk tujuan  tertentu, misalnya motornya agar lebih menarik atau hanya ingin sekedar tampil beda.  Dari hasil observasi di Kota Palangka Raya terlihat setiap toko pewarnaan sepeda motor sangat diminati bahkan hampir setiap hari toko-toko pewarnaan penuh, sehingga membuat customer ngantri. Terkadang juga customer mau mewarnai tapi bingung menentukan warna apa yang sesuai dengan motornya. Sering kali juga terjadi sudah diwarnai ternyata tidak sesuai dengan cat awal motor atau warna nyorak. Penulis tertarik membuat simulasi pewarnaan motor berbasis komputer yang dimana nantinya akan dimasukkan gambar motor dan tinggal menyesuaikan seperti apa yang mau diwarnai. Bahkan disiapkan macam-macam pewarnaan motor yang populer saat ini. Aplikasi ini juga menyiapkan pewarnaan sebagian motor. Dimana kadang kala customer hanya mau mewarnai spion atau pelang, maka aplikasi ini akan memilih sesuai dengan yang mau diwarnai saja. Tujuan dari penelitian ini supaya mempermudah customer dalam menentukan pewarnaan motor, sedangkan manfaatnya untuk customer adalah lebih singkat waktu dan penyesuaian  warna motor.

  17. Electric motor handbook

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    2013-01-01

    Electric Motor Handbook aims to give practical knowledge in a wide range of capacities such as plant design, equipment specification, commissioning, operation and maintenance. The book covers topics such as the modeling of steady-state motor performance; polyphase induction, synchronous, and a.c. commutator motors; ambient conditions, enclosures, cooling and loss dissipation; and electrical supply systems and motor drives. Also covered are topics such as variable-speed drives and motor control; materials and motor components; insulation types, systems, and techniques; and the installation, sit

  18. Diseño y construcción de un banco de pruebas con autodiagnóstico mediante análisis digital de imagen para inyectores de motores a gasolina

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    García García, Cristian Leonardo; Rivera Campoverde, Néstor Diego

    2007-01-01

    Las ventajas que supone la inyección de combustible en relación con las exigencias de potencia, consumo, comportamiento de marcha, así como de limitación de elementos contaminantes en los gases de escape. Las razones de estas ventajas residen en el hecho de que la inyección permite una dosificación muy precisa del combustible en función de los estados de marcha y de carga del motor; teniendo en cuenta así mismo el medio ambiente, controlando la dosificación de tal forma que el contenido de el...

  19. Experimental Tailer like Thermal Lag Engine to obtain pressure and volume diagrams//Motor de Lag Térmico experimental tipo Tailer para obtener diagramas de presión y volumen

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    Carlos Fernández-Aballí-Altamirano

    2012-12-01

    Full Text Available AbstractThe Thermal Lag Engine (TLE patented by Peter Tailer’s is briefly introduced. The discussion about the thermodynamic working principle of this external combustion machine is presented. For this work the claims in literature have been studied by the authors to design and develop an experimental installation with the objective of measuring for the first time the pressure-volume (pV relationship of a TLE asdescribed by Tailer and West. The pV diagrams are presented here and support previous theoretical claims about the TLE. Their triangular form shows the effects described by West in the expansion and compression processes caused by the variation of the cold heat transfer area. Also the relationshipbetween the heat transfer capacity of the engine and its working frequency becomes apparent from the measurements, indicating that larger heater areas and limited cold heat transfer characteristics allow more work production per cycle at higher operating frequencies.Key words: thermal lag engine, pressure-volume diagrams, external combustion engines._______________________________________________________________________________ResumenSe introduce brevemente el Motor de Lag Térmico (MLT patentado por Peter Tailer y se esboza el debate científico sobre la termodinámica de esta máquina de combustión externa. A partir del estudio de los distintos puntos de vista los autores de este trabajo desarrollaron una instalación experimental con elobjetivo de medir por primera vez la relación presión-volumen (pV de un MLT como el descrito por Tailer y West. Los diagramas pV son presentados y apoyan los planteamientos teóricos previos sobre los MLT.Su forma triangular muestra los efectos descritos por West sobre los procesos de compresión y expansión debido a la exposición variable del área fría de intercambio de calor. Las mediciones pV muestran la relación que existe entre la capacidad de intercambio de calor del motor y su frecuencia de

  20. Handbook on linear motor application

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    1988-10-01

    This book guides the application for Linear motor. It lists classification and speciality of Linear Motor, terms of linear-induction motor, principle of the Motor, types on one-side linear-induction motor, bilateral linear-induction motor, linear-DC Motor on basic of the motor, linear-DC Motor for moving-coil type, linear-DC motor for permanent-magnet moving type, linear-DC motor for electricity non-utility type, linear-pulse motor for variable motor, linear-pulse motor for permanent magneto type, linear-vibration actuator, linear-vibration actuator for moving-coil type, linear synchronous motor, linear electromagnetic motor, linear electromagnetic solenoid, technical organization and magnetic levitation and linear motor and sensor.

  1. Interacting adiabatic quantum motor

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    Bruch, Anton; Kusminskiy, Silvia Viola; Refael, Gil; von Oppen, Felix

    2018-05-01

    We present a field-theoretic treatment of an adiabatic quantum motor. We explicitly discuss a motor called the Thouless motor which is based on a Thouless pump operating in reverse. When a sliding periodic potential is considered to be the motor degree of freedom, a bias voltage applied to the electron channel sets the motor in motion. We investigate a Thouless motor whose electron channel is modeled as a Luttinger liquid. Interactions increase the gap opened by the periodic potential. For an infinite Luttinger liquid the coupling-induced friction is enhanced by electron-electron interactions. When the Luttinger liquid is ultimately coupled to Fermi liquid reservoirs, the dissipation reduces to its value for a noninteracting electron system for a constant motor velocity. Our results can also be applied to a motor based on a nanomagnet coupled to a quantum spin Hall edge.

  2. Chronic motor tic disorder

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    Chronic vocal tic disorder; Tic - chronic motor tic disorder ... Chronic motor tic disorder is more common than Tourette syndrome . Chronic tics may be forms of Tourette syndrome. Tics usually start ...

  3. Piezoelectric Motors, an Overview

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    Karl Spanner; Burhanettin Koc

    2016-01-01

    Piezoelectric motors are used in many industrial and commercial applications. Various piezoelectric motors are available in the market. All of the piezoelectric motors use the inverse piezoelectric effect, where microscopically small oscillatory motions are converted into continuous or stepping rotary or linear motions. Methods of obtaining long moving distance have various drive and functional principles that make these motors categorized into three groups: resonance-drive (piezoelectric ult...

  4. Electric Motor Thermal Management

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    Bennion, Kevin S [National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), Golden, CO (United States)

    2017-09-01

    Thermal management enables more efficient and cost-effective motors. This Annual Merit Review presentation describes the technical accomplishments and progress in electric motor thermal management R&D over the last year. This project supports a broad industry demand for data, analysis methods, and experimental techniques to improve and better understand motor thermal management.

  5. Programmable dc motor controller

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    Hopwood, J. E.

    1982-11-01

    A portable programmable dc motor controller, with features not available on commercial instruments was developed for controlling fixtures during welding processes. The controller can be used to drive any dc motor having tachometer feedback and motor requirements not exceeding 30 volts, 3 amperes. Among the controller's features are delayed start time, upslope time, speed, and downslope time.

  6. Teste de estimulação repetitiva no músculo ancôneo para diagnóstico da miastenia grave: mapeamento da sua área de placa motora Repetitive stimulation test on the anconeus muscle for the diagnosis of myasthenia gravis: the mapping of its motor end-plate area

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    Maria das Graças Wanderley S. Coriolano

    2007-06-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Mapear a área de placa motora do músculo ancôneo para definir a melhor localização dos eletrodos de registro em testes de estimulação repetitiva (TER no diagnóstico dos distúrbios da transmissão neuromuscular. MÉTODO: Registramos o potencial de ação composto do músculo ancôneo sobre a pele que o recobre, após estimulação do ramo que o inerva. Analisando as formas de onda registradas em cada ponto da pele foi possível definir a área de placa. RESULTADOS: A área de placa motora do ancôneo é uma linha paralela à borda da ulna. O melhor local de colocação do eletrodo "ativo" de registro situa-se cerca de 2 cm distal ao olécrano e 1 cm lateral à borda da ulna. CONCLUSÃO: A realização de TER no músculo ancôneo é simples e bem tolerada. Com a estimulação do ancôneo o antebraço praticamente não se move, sendo o procedimento livre de artefatos de movimento.PURPOSE: To map the motor end-plate area of the anconeus muscle and define the best place for positioning the recording electrodes in repetitive stimulation tests (RST for the diagnosis of neuromuscular transmission disorders. METHOD: The compound muscle action potential of the anconeus was recorded after stimulating the motor branch of the radial nerve that innervates it. By analyzing the waveforms registered at each point of the skin we were able to define the motor end-plate area. RESULTS: The motor end-plate area of the anconeus is a line parallel to the ulna border. The best place for placing the "active" recording electrode is about 2cm distal to the olecranon and 1 cm lateral to the border of the ulna. CONCLUSION: Performing RST in the anconeus muscle is simple and well tolerated. Stimulation of the anconeus almost doesn't move the forearm and the procedure is virtually free of movement artifacts.

  7. Desempenho de misturas pré-aquecidas de óleo de soja cru e diesel como combustível para motores agrícolas Performance of preheated crude soybean oil-diesel blends as fuel in agricultural engines

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    José Fernando Schlosser

    2007-10-01

    Full Text Available O óleo de soja é um dos óleos vegetais que têm potencial de uso como combustível para motores diesel, pois é renovável, seguro e de fácil utilização. Em temperatura ambiente, o óleo cru apresenta uma viscosidade cerca de dez vezes maior que a do óleo diesel. Para reduzir a viscosidade do óleo de soja a níveis aceitáveis, é necessária uma temperatura de aquecimento em torno de aproximadamente 60°C ou misturá-lo com óleo diesel. O objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar o desempenho do óleo de soja cru e suas misturas com óleo diesel, pré-aquecidas antes da bomba injetora entre 57°C e 68°C, como combustível para motores diesel. O desempenho das misturas combustíveis foi avaliado num motor monocilíndrico de injeção indireta e comparado com o obtido pelo óleo diesel. Os ensaios de curta duração foram conduzidos entre 1.800 e 2.800rpm, sob condição de plena carga em dinamômetro hidráulico. Ensaios realizados a 68°C apresentaram sempre os melhores valores para torque, potência e consumo específico de combustível do que a 57°C. Uma mistura composta por 70% de óleo de soja e 30% de óleo diesel, aquecida a 68°C, apresentou os melhores resultados.Crude soybean oil is one of the vegetable oils that have potential for use as fuel for diesel engines. Soybean oil is renewable, and is safe and easy to handle. At room temperature crude oil has a viscosity about ten times higher than that of diesel oil. To lower soybean oil's viscosity to the acceptable levels a heating temperature at least 60°C is needed or blending with diesel fuel. The objective of this study was evaluating the soybean oil and blends performance as a fuel for diesel engines. On both crude soybean oil and soybean oil blends were used pre-heating temperature levels on the range between 57°C and 68°C, before fuel pump. The performance of the fuel blends were evaluated in a single cylinder indirect injection diesel engine and compared with the performance

  8. Diagnóstico de fallos en la combustión para motores de combustión interna alternativos diésel por análisis de vibraciones

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    Criollo Jadán, Olger Rodrigo; Matute Bravo, Héctor Marcelo

    2014-01-01

    Los motores diésel y sus constantes innovaciones en la gestión electrónica y de control en el proceso de combustión, a través de sistemas sofisticados de inyección directa exigen un adecuado mantenimiento; el análisis de vibraciones a través del estudio de la imagen espectral producto de la aplicación del algoritmo computacional de la transformada rápida de Fourier de la señal en el tiempo se ha convertido en una técnica a ser aplicada. The diesel engines and their constant innovation in t...

  9. Criterio no asintótico para el diseño de sistemas Bonus-Malus mediante GPBM

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    Antonio Heras Martínez

    2002-01-01

    Full Text Available El diseño de sistemas Bonus-Malus habitualmente está basado en la distribución estacionaria de la probabilidad. Se supone que una póliza ha alcanzado el estado estacionario (n0 cuando la probabilidad de que dicha póliza pertenezca a la clase Ci es constante para todo n mayor o igual que n0 . Esta distribución estacionaria de probabilidad es sencilla de calcular. Su cálculo está basado en la Teoría de Cadenas de Markov y requiere que el sistema cumpla ciertas condiciones (sea Cadena de Markov irreducible y todos sus estados sean recurrentes en tiempo esperado finito. Podría ocurrir que estas condiciones no se cumplan y en este caso no se podría utilizar la distribución estacionaria. Por otra parte, los criterios basados en la distribución estacionaria no tienen en cuenta a las pólizas nuevas en la empresa ni a las que llevan poco tiempo. Por estos motivos, se propone un nuevo criterio que tenga en cuenta la edad de las pólizas de la cartera.

  10. Modelacion del Efecto del Día de la Semana para los Indices Accionarios de Colombia mediante un Modelo STAR GARCH.

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    David Mauricio Rivera Palacio

    2010-05-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se estudia el comportamiento de los retornos de los tres principales índices bursátiles de Colombia: el IBB de la Bolsa de Bogotá, el IBOMED de la Bolsa de Medellin, y el IGBC de Bolsa de Valores de Colombia. A través de un modelo STAR GARCH se identifican dos estados o regiones extremos; mientras en el primero los rendimientos de los índices son, en términos absolutos, bajos y los procesos son estacionarios, en el segundo se tienen grandes pérdidas o ganancias, donde los efectos de los choques son permanentes. Aunque en cada uno de los regímenes el efecto del día de la semana es diferente, los resultados indican que para los tres índices existe un efecto del día de la semana en la media, y un efecto del día en la varianza para la Bolsa de Bogotá y Bolsa de Valores de Colombia. Los resultados contradicen la hipótesis de un mercado de acciones efciente en información.

  11. Motor/generator

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    Hickam, Christopher Dale [Glasford, IL

    2008-05-13

    A motor/generator is provided for connecting between a transmission input shaft and an output shaft of a prime mover. The motor/generator may include a motor/generator housing, a stator mounted to the motor/generator housing, a rotor mounted at least partially within the motor/generator housing and rotatable about a rotor rotation axis, and a transmission-shaft coupler drivingly coupled to the rotor. The transmission-shaft coupler may include a clamp, which may include a base attached to the rotor and a plurality of adjustable jaws.

  12. Implementación de un sistema de inyección multipunto a un motor Daewoo G15SF y construcción de un banco didáctico funcional para el laboratorio de motores de combustión interna de la Carrera de Ingeniería Mecánica Automotriz

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    Barbecho Quichimbo, Fernando Anibal; Matute Flores, Mauricio Enrique; Pachacama Gualotuña, David Paúl

    2010-01-01

    Es sabido, que una mejor distribución de carburante, y un mejor llenado de los cilindros, derivan en ahorro de combustible, emisiones menos contaminantes, y en general, mejor funcionamiento del motor, por lo que desde los inicios de esta investigación, surgió la necesidad de buscar un sistema óptimo que se adapte a los requerimientos planteados. El procedimiento por el cual optamos, es el de profundizar la investigación desde la perspectiva de la ingeniería, la metodología aplicada se basó...

  13. Piezoelectric Motors, an Overview

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    Karl Spanner

    2016-02-01

    Full Text Available Piezoelectric motors are used in many industrial and commercial applications. Various piezoelectric motors are available in the market. All of the piezoelectric motors use the inverse piezoelectric effect, where microscopically small oscillatory motions are converted into continuous or stepping rotary or linear motions. Methods of obtaining long moving distance have various drive and functional principles that make these motors categorized into three groups: resonance-drive (piezoelectric ultrasonic motors, inertia-drive, and piezo-walk-drive. In this review, a comprehensive summary of piezoelectric motors, with their classification from initial idea to recent progress, is presented. This review also includes some of the industrial and commercial applications of piezoelectric motors that are presently available in the market as actuators.

  14. Motor degradation prediction methods

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    Arnold, J.R.; Kelly, J.F.; Delzingaro, M.J.

    1996-12-01

    Motor Operated Valve (MOV) squirrel cage AC motor rotors are susceptible to degradation under certain conditions. Premature failure can result due to high humidity/temperature environments, high running load conditions, extended periods at locked rotor conditions (i.e. > 15 seconds) or exceeding the motor`s duty cycle by frequent starts or multiple valve stroking. Exposure to high heat and moisture due to packing leaks, pressure seal ring leakage or other causes can significantly accelerate the degradation. ComEd and Liberty Technologies have worked together to provide and validate a non-intrusive method using motor power diagnostics to evaluate MOV rotor condition and predict failure. These techniques have provided a quick, low radiation dose method to evaluate inaccessible motors, identify degradation and allow scheduled replacement of motors prior to catastrophic failures.

  15. Neuroplasticity & Motor Learning

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    Jensen, Jesper Lundbye

    Practice of a new motor task is usually associated with an improvement in performance. Indeed, if we stop practicing and return the next day to the same task, we find that our performance has been maintained and may even be better than it was at the start of the first day. This improvement...... is a measure of our ability to form and store a motor memory of the task. However, the initial memory of the task is labile and may be subject to interference. During and following motor learning plastic changes occur within the central nervous system. On one hand these changes are driven by motor practice......, on the other hand the changes underlie the formation of motor memory and the retention of improved motor performance. During motor learning changes may occur at many different levels within the central nervous system dependent on the type of task and training. Here, we demonstrate different studies from our...

  16. Diseño y cálculo de un reductor de velocidad para un polipasto de uso industrial de engranajes cilíndricos de dientes helicoidales, con hipótesis de cálculo para los dos sentidos de giro de motor

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    SORO SALA, SANTIAGO

    2016-01-01

    [ES] El objetivo de este trabajo final de grado es el de diseñar y calcular un reductor de velocidades, de uso industrial, para un polipasto de cadena. El reductor de velocidades será de dos etapas, de engranajes cilíndricos de dientes helicoidales. Se realizan los cálculos para las hipótesis de giro horario y antihorario, Esto se debe a que este tipo de engranajes, transmiten esfuerzos axiales, de dirección variable según su sentido de giro. En el proceso de cálculo del red...

  17. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia as a predictor factor for motor alteration at 6 months corrected age in premature infants Displasia broncopulmonar como fator predisponente para alterações motoras aos 6 meses em prematuros

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    Priscila Silveira Martins

    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available OBJECTIVE: The study aimed to assess bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD as a predisposing factor for alteration in the psychomotor development index (PDI in premature infants and verify the incidence of neuromotor alterations at 6 months corrected age. METHOD: This was a prospective cohort study that followed the neuromotor development of 152 very low birth weight premature infants, with psychomotor development index as the outcome. The study used the Bayley Scale of Infant Development at 6 months corrected age, and neurological examination. RESULTS: Incidence of BPD was 13.2% (n=20. Logistic regression analysis showed an association between BPD and altered psychomotor development index (OR 3.98; 95%CI: 1.04-15.1 after adjusting for confounding variables. Neurological examination was altered in 67.1% of the 152 infants. CONCLUSION: Bronchopulmonary dysplasia acted as an independent predisposing factor for alteration in the psychomotor development index in premature infants at 6 months corrected age.OBJETIVO: Avaliar a displasia broncopulmonar (DBP como fator predisponente para alteração no índice de desenvolvimento psicomotor em prematuros e verificar a incidência das alterações neuromotoras aos 6 meses de idade corrigida. MéTODO: Estudo de coorte prospectivo que acompanhou o desenvolvimento neuromotor de 152 prematuros de muito baixo peso, cujo desfecho foi o desenvolvimento psicomotor. Utilizou-se a Bayley Scale of Infant Development aos 6 meses de idade corrigida e exame neurológico. RESULTADOS: A incidência de DBP foi de 13,2% (n=20. A análise de regressão logística mostrou associação entre a DBP e alteração no índice de desenvolvimento psicomotor (RC 3,98 IC 95%:1,04-15,1 após ajuste para as variáveis de confundimento. O exame neurológico apresentou-se alterado em 67,1% das 152 crianças. CONCLUSão: A displasia broncopulmonar atuou como fator predisponente independente para alteração no índice de desenvolvimento

  18. Intervención psicológica para la detección y manejo de estilos atribucionales en dos deportes de motor: rally de automóviles y karting competitivo

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    Benito Urra Tobar

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Tradicionalmente, la psicología del deporte ha promovido la idea que los deportistas atribuyan su desempeño a factores internos para favorecer su implicancia en la actividad deportiva. El presente estudio entrega una visión exploratoria sobre los estilos atribucionales predominantes en una muestra de 22 deportistas que practican dos disciplinas motorizadas. Los resultados indican la prevalencia de un estilo atribucional externo tanto en las situaciones de logro como de no logro deportivo. Se entrega, además, una descripción de las principales causas de rendimiento identificadas a la vez que se entregan sugerencias de intervención a partir de la influencia real que tienen los factores externos en el desempeño del deportista dadas las particularidades de este tipo de disciplinas.

  19. Ajuste de las simulaciones de flujos continuados para el cálculo del Límite de Potencia Eólica; Calculation of Wind Power Limit adjusting the Continuation Power Flow

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    Ariel Santos Fuentefria

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available La integración de la energía eólica en los sistemas eléctricos puede provocar problemas de estabilidad ligados fundamentalmente a la variación aleatoria del viento y que se reflejan en la tensión y la frecuencia del sistema. Por lo que conocer el Límite de Potencia Eólica (LPE que puede insertarse en la red sin que esta pierda la estabilidad es un aspecto de extrema importancia, en el cual se han realizando métodos de cálculo para encontrar dicho límite. Estos métodos se desarrollan teniendo en cuenta las restricciones del sistema en estado estacionario, en estado dinámico o ambos. En el siguiente trabajo se desarrolla un método para el cálculo de LPE teniendo en cuenta las restricciones en estado estacionario del sistema. El método propuesto se basa en un análisis de flujo continuado, complementado con el método de Producción Mínima de Potencia Activa, desarrollado en la bibliografía. Se prueba en el sistema eléctrico de la Isla de la Juventud, Cuba y se usa elsoftware libre PSAT para la realización de estos estudios.  The wind power insertion in the power system is an important issue and can create some instability problems in voltage and system frequency due to stochastic origin of wind. Know the Wind Power Limit is a very importantmatter. Existing In bibliography a few methods for calculation of wind power limit. The calculation is based in static constrains, dynamic constraints or both. In this paper is developed a method for the calculation of wind power limit using some adjust in the continuation power flow, and having into account the static constrains. The method is complemented with Minimal Power Production Criterion. The method is proved in the Isla de la Juventud Electric System. The software used in the simulations was the Power System Analysis Toolbox (PSAT.

  20. Revision of the standards in the application of high efficiency induction motors; Revision de la normatividad en la aplicacionon de motores, de induccion, de eficiencia alta

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    Acoltzi Acoltzi, Higinio [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Temixco, Morelos (Mexico)

    2001-07-01

    In this work the elements contained in the national and international standards to obtain the benefits in the application of high efficiency electrical motors are presented. A table of associated normal and minimum efficiency is presented, and one with values of nominal efficiency at full load for totally enclosed motors of standard efficiency, for opened motors of standard efficiency and high efficiency. Graphs are given where the comparison of nominal efficiencies is shown for AC induction motors to closed and opened poles. [Spanish] En este trabajo se presentan los elementos contenidos en las normas nacionales e internacionales para conseguir los beneficios en la aplicacion de motores electricos de eficiencia alta. Se muestra una tabla de eficiencia normal y minima asociados, y una con valores de eficiencia nominal a plena carga para motores cerrados de eficiencia estandar, para motores abiertos de eficiencia estandar y de eficiencia alta. Se da graficas donde se muestra la comparacion de eficiencias nominales, para motores de CA de induccion, a polos cerrados y a polos abiertos.

  1. Modelo computacional para la liofilización de alimentos de geometría finita

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    Héctor E. Gómez H.

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available La liofilización es una técnica de conservación por deshidratación aplicada a productos químicos, farmacéuticos, médicos, biológicos y alimenticios. El proceso es también llamado criodesecación porque consiste primero en congelar un producto húmedo y luego en vaporizar directamente el hielo a baja presión. Este fenómeno es conocido como sublimación y era ya practicado por los incas del Perú, desde el siglo XIII, para conservar papas. Los productos liofilizados, a diferencia de los deshidratados por otras técnicas de secado, conservan prácticamente en 100% su forma y propiedades naturales, tienen mayor vida de anaquel y son fácilmente rehidratables. En el presente trabajo la liofilización es estudiada experimentalmente y caracterizada por medio de un modelo matemático y computacional. Para ello fue utilizada una hortaliza: la papa Solanum tuberosum, variedad blanca, como material para el modelado de la liofilización por contacto. Se prepararon muestras individuales en forma de placas y cilindros finitos a tres espesores diferentes. Se operó a dos presiones de vacío y tres temperaturas de calentamiento. Se obtuvieron así 36 cinéticas de deshidratación y de temperatura del producto en monocapa, con 8 repeticiones cada una. Se propone un modelo de liofilización que considera tres frentes de sublimación que se retiran uniformemente pero a velocidades interdependientes. Para el estudio se recurrió a las leyes de Fick y de Fourier en estado cuasi-estacionario, considerando despreciable el colapso en el producto. Las temperaturas de cada frente de sublimación se consideran variables. El modelo dinámico resultante es un sistema de tres ecuaciones algebraicas no lineales y tres ecuaciones diferenciales ordinarias. Para la solución del sistema de ecuaciones diferenciales-algebraicas se recurrió a los algoritmos acoplados de Runge-Kutta y Newton-Raphson. Para la estimación de los parámetros de transporte o coeficientes

  2. Motor degradation prediction methods

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    Arnold, J.R.; Kelly, J.F.; Delzingaro, M.J.

    1996-01-01

    Motor Operated Valve (MOV) squirrel cage AC motor rotors are susceptible to degradation under certain conditions. Premature failure can result due to high humidity/temperature environments, high running load conditions, extended periods at locked rotor conditions (i.e. > 15 seconds) or exceeding the motor's duty cycle by frequent starts or multiple valve stroking. Exposure to high heat and moisture due to packing leaks, pressure seal ring leakage or other causes can significantly accelerate the degradation. ComEd and Liberty Technologies have worked together to provide and validate a non-intrusive method using motor power diagnostics to evaluate MOV rotor condition and predict failure. These techniques have provided a quick, low radiation dose method to evaluate inaccessible motors, identify degradation and allow scheduled replacement of motors prior to catastrophic failures

  3. DISEÑO Y CONSTRUCCIÓN DE UN PROTOTIPO DE INTERFAZ CEREBRO-COMPUTADOR PARA FACILITAR LA COMUNICACIÓN DE PERSONAS CON DISCAPACIDAD MOTORA DESENHO E CONSTRUÇÃO DE UM PROTÓTIPO DE INTERFACE CÉREBRO-COMPUTADOR PARA FACILITAR A COMUNICAÇÃO DE PESSOAS COM INCAPACIDADE MOTORA DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION OF A BRAIN-COMPUTER INTERFACE PROTOTYPE TO FACILITATE THE COMMUNICATION OF PEOPLE WITH MOTOR DISABILITY.

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    CAROLINA ARBOLEDA

    2009-07-01

    ário escreva palavras ou elabore mensagens com os ícones. Para processar os sinais (filtragem, dizimado, entre outros se utilizaram os programas BCI2000 e MATLAB 7.0. Este último se empregou para programar três algoritmos lineais de translação (análise linear do discriminante, solução por mínimos quadrados e análise linear do discriminante passo a passo que permitissem traduzir os potenciais evocados em sinais de comunicação.A brain-computer interface (BCI is a communication system that translates a brain signal (e.g. sensorimotor rhythms, evoked potentials into a control signal and, therefore, constitutes an innovative communication alternative for people with severe motor disability (such as patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. This project proposes the development of a BCI prototype based on the recording of P300 cognitive potentials using electroencephalography. The prototype uses a six-channel electroencephalograph to acquire the signals, and through a visual stimulation matrix containing the letters of the alphabet and icons associated to each one gives the user the possibility of writing words or elaborating messages with the icons. To process the signals (filtering and decimation, among other methods, the software BCI2000 and MATLAB 7.0 were used. The latter was used to program three different linear translation algorithms (linear discriminant analysis, least squares analysis and stepwise linear discriminant analysis, in order to translate the recorded evoked potentials into communication signals.

  4. Análise da validade de critério da Avaliação da Coordenação e Destreza Motora: ACOORDEM para crianças de 7 e 8 anos de idade Criterion validity of the Motor Coordination and Dexterity Assessment: MCDA for 7- and 8-years old children

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    Ana A. Cardoso

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available CONTEXTUALIZAÇÃO: O Transtorno do Desenvolvimento da Coordenação (TDC se caracteriza por prejuízo no desenvolvimento da coordenação motora, com impacto nas atividades de vida diária e desempenho acadêmico. A Avaliação da Coordenação e Destreza Motora (ACOORDEM vem sendo criada para oferecer aos profissionais de reabilitação brasileiros instrumentação confiável e válida para detecção do TDC. OBJETIVO: Examinar a validade de critério da ACOORDEM. MÉTODOS: Cento e oitenta e uma crianças de 7 e 8 anos da região metropolitana de Belo Horizonte, MG, Brasil, pré-selecionadas pelo Developmental Coordination Disorder Questionnaire (DCDQ-Brasil, foram avaliadas com a ACOORDEM e com o Movement Assessment Battery for Children (MABC-II. A validade concorrente foi avaliada pelo índice de Correlação de Spearman e a validade preditiva, pelos valores de sensibilidade (S, especificidade (E, valor de predição positivo (VPP e valor de predição negativo (VPN. Curvas ROC foram realizadas para determinar o ponto de corte ótimo da ACOORDEM. RESULTADOS: A Correlação de Spearman entre os escores totais da ACOORDEM e do MABC-II foi de 0,596 (p=0,000 aos 7 e 0,730 (p=0,000 aos 8 anos. O ponto de corte da ACOORDEM definido pelas curvas ROC se aproximou do percentil 40, o que corresponde a S de 0,91 e 0,74 e E de 0,74 e 0,90 aos 7 e 8 anos, respectivamente. CONCLUSÃO: Resultados apontam valores moderados de validade concorrente e preditiva da ACOORDEM. Estudos futuros devem reexaminar os pontos de corte da ACOORDEM em amostra aleatória, representativa de crianças brasileiras de 4 a 8 anos de idade. A validade preditiva para TDC do instrumento completo deve ser reexaminada em amostras clínicas bem definidas.BACKGROUND: Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD is characterized by impaired development of motor coordination, with impact on daily life activities and academic performance. The Motor Coordination and Dexterity Assessment (MCDA

  5. Cryogenic Electric Motor Tested

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    Brown, Gerald V.

    2004-01-01

    Technology for pollution-free "electric flight" is being evaluated in a number of NASA Glenn Research Center programs. One approach is to drive propulsive fans or propellers with electric motors powered by fuel cells running on hydrogen. For large transport aircraft, conventional electric motors are far too heavy to be feasible. However, since hydrogen fuel would almost surely be carried as liquid, a propulsive electric motor could be cooled to near liquid hydrogen temperature (-423 F) by using the fuel for cooling before it goes to the fuel cells. Motor windings could be either superconducting or high purity normal copper or aluminum. The electrical resistance of pure metals can drop to 1/100th or less of their room-temperature resistance at liquid hydrogen temperature. In either case, super or normal, much higher current density is possible in motor windings. This leads to more compact motors that are projected to produce 20 hp/lb or more in large sizes, in comparison to on the order of 2 hp/lb for large conventional motors. High power density is the major goal. To support cryogenic motor development, we have designed and built in-house a small motor (7-in. outside diameter) for operation in liquid nitrogen.

  6. Hybrid vehicle motor alignment

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    Levin, Michael Benjamin

    2001-07-03

    A rotor of an electric motor for a motor vehicle is aligned to an axis of rotation for a crankshaft of an internal combustion engine having an internal combustion engine and an electric motor. A locator is provided on the crankshaft, a piloting tool is located radially by the first locator to the crankshaft. A stator of the electric motor is aligned to a second locator provided on the piloting tool. The stator is secured to the engine block. The rotor is aligned to the crankshaft and secured thereto.

  7. Diseño y construcción de un banco de pruebas para las boquillas de inyección de combustibles de los motores PW 100 y PT6

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    Arnold Escobar

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Debido a los altos costos en las infraestructuras requeridas en la industria aeronáutica, se ha procurado reducir los costos y aumentar su productividad, desarrollando así programas de mejoramiento continuo, tales como investigación, con el fin de lograr soluciones mas eficientes a dichas problemáticas. El proyecto en este artículo describe el diseño y construcción de un banco de pruebas para inyectores, que pretende mejorar la rentabilidad al realizar el mantenimiento de las boquillas de inyección de combustible al interior de las propias organizaciones de mantenimiento, o por lo menos dentro del país, en lugar de enviarlas a talleres de mantenimiento en el exterior, los cuales prestan sus servicios a elevados costos y demorada entrega. Si los resultados son favorables, se podría iniciar una nueva época de la Industria Aeronáutica de un mayor desarrollo tecnológico y, como consecuencia, una mejor rentabilidad económica en el proceso de mantenimiento.

  8. Pressupostos de uma avaliação de contexto existencial da violência escolar para o planejamento de condutas motoras educacionais voltadas para pré-adolescentes de classes de progressão Presupuesto de una evaluación del contexto existencial de la violencia en la escuela para la planificación de conductas motoras educativas dirigidas hacia preadolescentes de la clase de progresión Estimate of an existential context evaluation of the school violence for the planning of educational motor behaviors to pré-adolescentes of progression classrooms

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    Indinalva Nepomuceno Fajardo

    2006-03-01

    ños, preadolescentes y adolescentes, en situación de riesgo social, se han constituido en un fenómeno de la naturaleza moral que viene propagándose en los pasados años en Brasil. Tal hecho ha alcanzado a diversos casos de la sociedad brasileña, entre éstos el, de muchas escuelas, consistiendo en un gran desafío y preocupación por la sociedad y, más específicamente, por los responsables para estas instituciones. Por esta razón viene siendo objeto de la política pública que, de una cierta manera, buscan para presentar alternativas estratégicas para la solución de un problema de tal magnitud. Siendo así, este trabajo tenía para que el objetivo presente una reflexión referente al tema exactamente, presentando una evaluación del contexto existencial de la violencia el cual podría contribuir con alguno estimado para la planificación de los comportamientos educativos del motor si dirigidas hacia preadolescentes con retraso en el desarrollo del cognitivo y el cual, para esto, fueron registrados en Clase s de Progresión. Tal evaluación fue desarrollada de una comprensión existencial fenomenológica de los preadolescentes de 9 a los 12 años de edad, registrados en la clase de progresión de la escuela Municipal Dr. Mário Augusto T. de Freitas, situada en Río de Janeiro, en el cual el comportamiento violento de alumnos es una manifestación actual. En esta comprensión una correlación lógica entre las causas y las consecuencias fue establecida relacionado él al problema, usándose como ayuda teórica el pensamiento de José Ortega Y Gasset del cual manifieste la necesidad si conocer el Ser a partir de su circunstancia existencial, evidenciándose que los entes en cuestión viven en un contexto socio-histórico de circunstancias adversas, que pueden ser conducidas en la consideración como siendo, de cierta forma, las causas de la violencia en la escuela y otros ambientes inherentes a sus vidas.The violent behaviors of children, pay-adolescents and adolescents, in

  9. Estimador de la carga (aire-GNC) aspirada por el motor de combustión interna duranrte condiciones transitorias de operación.

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    Barbieri, Andrés; Samat, David; Molina, Héctor

    2005-01-01

    Durante las operaciones transitorias de un motor, se requiere de una exacta relación aire combustible, a los efectos de optimizar la eficiencia y reducir las emisiones. Motores que de fabrica no están acondicionados para funcionar con gas y son transformados para funcionar con combustibles gaseosos (GNC) en los que se utiliza para su dosado mezcladores tipo Venturi, no brindan una respuesta satisfactoria para las condiciones antes expuestas. El presente trabajo describe y desarrol...

  10. Modeling Induction Motor Imbalances

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    Armah, Kabenla; Jouffroy, Jerome; Duggen, Lars

    2016-01-01

    This paper gives a study into the development of a generalized model for a three-phase induction motor that offers flexibility of simulating balanced and unbalanced parameter scenarios. By analyzing the interaction of forces within the motor, we achieve our main objective of deriving the system d...

  11. Artificial molecular motors

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    Kassem, Salma; van Leeuwen, Thomas; Lubbe, Anouk S.; Wilson, Miriam R.; Feringa, Ben L.; Leigh, David A.

    2017-01-01

    Motor proteins are nature's solution for directing movement at the molecular level. The field of artificial molecular motors takes inspiration from these tiny but powerful machines. Although directional motion on the nanoscale performed by synthetic molecular machines is a relatively new

  12. To What Extent Can Motor Imagery Replace Motor Execution While Learning a Fine Motor Skill?

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    Sobierajewicz, Jagna; Szarkiewicz, Sylwia; Prekoracka-Krawczyk, Anna; Jaskowski, Wojciech; van der Lubbe, Robert Henricus Johannes

    2016-01-01

    Motor imagery is generally thought to share common mechanisms with motor execution. In the present study, we examined to what extent learning a fine motor skill by motor imagery may substitute physical practice. Learning effects were assessed by manipulating the proportion of motor execution and

  13. Higher Efficiency HVAC Motors

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    Flynn, Charles Joseph [QM Power, Inc., Kansas City, MO (United States)

    2018-02-13

    The objective of this project was to design and build a cost competitive, more efficient heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) motor than what is currently available on the market. Though different potential motor architectures among QMP’s primary technology platforms were investigated and evaluated, including through the building of numerous prototypes, the project ultimately focused on scaling up QM Power, Inc.’s (QMP) Q-Sync permanent magnet synchronous motors from available sub-fractional horsepower (HP) sizes for commercial refrigeration fan applications to larger fractional horsepower sizes appropriate for HVAC applications, and to add multi-speed functionality. The more specific goal became the research, design, development, and testing of a prototype 1/2 HP Q-Sync motor that has at least two operating speeds and 87% peak efficiency compared to incumbent electronically commutated motors (EC or ECM, also known as brushless direct current (DC) motors), the heretofore highest efficiency HVACR fan motor solution, at approximately 82% peak efficiency. The resulting motor prototype built achieved these goals, hitting 90% efficiency and .95 power factor at full load and speed, and 80% efficiency and .7 power factor at half speed. Q-Sync, developed in part through a DOE SBIR grant (Award # DE-SC0006311), is a novel, patented motor technology that improves on electronically commutated permanent magnet motors through an advanced electronic circuit technology. It allows a motor to “sync” with the alternating current (AC) power flow. It does so by eliminating the constant, wasteful power conversions from AC to DC and back to AC through the synthetic creation of a new AC wave on the primary circuit board (PCB) by a process called pulse width modulation (PWM; aka electronic commutation) that is incessantly required to sustain motor operation in an EC permanent magnet motor. The Q-Sync circuit improves the power factor of the motor by removing all

  14. Linear motor coil assembly and linear motor

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    2009-01-01

    An ironless linear motor (5) comprising a magnet track (53) and a coil assembly (50) operating in cooperation with said magnet track (53) and having a plurality of concentrated multi-turn coils (31 a-f, 41 a-d, 51 a-k), wherein the end windings (31E) of the coils (31 a-f, 41 a-e) are substantially

  15. Spinal cord: motor neuron diseases.

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    Rezania, Kourosh; Roos, Raymond P

    2013-02-01

    Spinal cord motor neuron diseases affect lower motor neurons in the ventral horn. This article focuses on the most common spinal cord motor neuron disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, which also affects upper motor neurons. Also discussed are other motor neuron diseases that only affect the lower motor neurons. Despite the identification of several genes associated with familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, the pathogenesis of this complex disease remains elusive. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  16. [Children and motor competence].

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    Sigmundsson, H; Haga, M

    2000-10-20

    Recently, the topic of motor competence has figured prominently in the media. The claims made are many, but the research that support the statements is seldom cited. The aim of this review article is to address that deficiency by documenting what is really known about the motor competence of children. Motor competence not only allows children to carry out everyday practical tasks, but it is also an important determinant of their level of self-esteem and of their popularity and status in their peer group. While many studies have shown a significant correlation between motor problems and other problems in the social sphere, it has been difficult to establish causal relationships with any degree of confidence, as there appear to be several interactions which need to be taken into account. Research has shown that 6-10% of Norwegian children in the 7 to 10 year age group have a motor competence well below the norm. It is unusual for motor problems to simply disappear over time. In the absence of intervention the syndrome is likely to continue to manifest itself. More recent research points to some of the circularity in this causal network, children with motor problems having been shown to be less physically active than their peers. In a larger health perspective this in itself can have very serious consequences for the child.

  17. NodHex3D: An application for solving the neutron diffusion equations in hexagonal-Z geometry and steady state; NodHex3D: Una aplicacion para solucionar las ecuaciones de difusion de neutrones en geometria hexagonal-Z y estado estacionario

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    Esquivel E, J. [ININ, Carretera Mexico-Toluca s/n, 52750 Ocoyoacac, Estado de Mexico (Mexico); Del Valle G, E., E-mail: jaime.esquivel@inin.gob.mx [IPN, Escuela Superior de Fisica y Matematicas, Av. IPN s/n, Edificio 9, Col. San Pedro Zacatenco, 07738 Mexico D. F. (Mexico)

    2014-10-15

    The system called NodHex3D is a graphical application that allows the solution of the neutron diffusion equation. The system considers fuel assemblies of hexagonal cross section. This application arose from the idea of expanding the development of neutron own codes, used primarily for academic purposes. The advantage associated with the use of NodHex3D, is that the kernel configuration and fuel batches is dynamically without affecting directly the base source code of the solution of the neutron diffusion equation. In addition to the kernel configuration to use, specify the values for the cross sections for each batch of fuel used, these values are: diffusion coefficient, removal cross section, absorption cross section, fission cross section and dispersion cross section. Important also, considering that the system is able to perform calculations for various energy groups. As evidence of the operation of NodHex3D, was proposed to model three-dimensional core of a nuclear reactor VVER-1000, based on the reference problem AER-FCM-101. The configuration of the reactor core consists of fuel assemblies (25 batches), composed of seven distinct materials, one of which reflector material, vacuum boundary conditions on the surface delimiting the reactor core. The diffusion equation for two energy groups solves, obtaining the value of the effective neutron multiplication factor. The obtained results are compared to those documented in the reference problem and by 3-DNT codes. (Author)

  18. Motor Vehicle Safety

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    ... these crashes is one part of motor vehicle safety. Here are some things you can do to ... speed or drive aggressively Don't drive impaired Safety also involves being aware of others. Share the ...

  19. Motor Carrier Crash Data -

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    Department of Transportation — Contains data on large trucks and buses involved in Federally reportable crashes as per Title 49 U.S.C. Part 390.5 (crashes involving a commercial motor vehicle, and...

  20. High Power Density Motors

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    Kascak, Daniel J.

    2004-01-01

    With the growing concerns of global warming, the need for pollution-free vehicles is ever increasing. Pollution-free flight is one of NASA's goals for the 21" Century. , One method of approaching that goal is hydrogen-fueled aircraft that use fuel cells or turbo- generators to develop electric power that can drive electric motors that turn the aircraft's propulsive fans or propellers. Hydrogen fuel would likely be carried as a liquid, stored in tanks at its boiling point of 20.5 K (-422.5 F). Conventional electric motors, however, are far too heavy (for a given horsepower) to use on aircraft. Fortunately the liquid hydrogen fuel can provide essentially free refrigeration that can be used to cool the windings of motors before the hydrogen is used for fuel. Either High Temperature Superconductors (HTS) or high purity metals such as copper or aluminum may be used in the motor windings. Superconductors have essentially zero electrical resistance to steady current. The electrical resistance of high purity aluminum or copper near liquid hydrogen temperature can be l/lOO* or less of the room temperature resistance. These conductors could provide higher motor efficiency than normal room-temperature motors achieve. But much more importantly, these conductors can carry ten to a hundred times more current than copper conductors do in normal motors operating at room temperature. This is a consequence of the low electrical resistance and of good heat transfer coefficients in boiling LH2. Thus the conductors can produce higher magnetic field strengths and consequently higher motor torque and power. Designs, analysis and actual cryogenic motor tests show that such cryogenic motors could produce three or more times as much power per unit weight as turbine engines can, whereas conventional motors produce only 1/5 as much power per weight as turbine engines. This summer work has been done with Litz wire to maximize the current density. The current is limited by the amount of heat it

  1. Split-phase motor running as capacitor starts motor and as capacitor run motor

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    Yahaya Asizehi ENESI

    2016-07-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, the input parameters of a single phase split-phase induction motor is taken to investigate and to study the output performance characteristics of capacitor start and capacitor run induction motor. The value of these input parameters are used in the design characteristics of capacitor run and capacitor start motor with each motor connected to rated or standard capacitor in series with auxiliary winding or starting winding respectively for the normal operational condition. The magnitude of capacitor that will develop maximum torque in capacitor start motor and capacitor run motor are investigated and determined by simulation. Each of these capacitors is connected to the auxiliary winding of split-phase motor thereby transforming it into capacitor start or capacitor run motor. The starting current and starting torque of the split-phase motor (SPM, capacitor run motor (CRM and capacitor star motor (CSM are compared for their suitability in their operational performance and applications.

  2. Electrodynamic linear motor

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    Munehiro, H

    1980-05-29

    When driving the carriage of a printer through a rotating motor, there are problems regarding the limited accuracy of the carriage position due to rotation or contraction and ageing of the cable. In order to solve the problem, a direct drive system was proposed, in which the printer carriage is driven by a linear motor. If one wants to keep the motor circuit of such a motor compact, then the magnetic flux density in the air gap must be reduced or the motor travel must be reduced. It is the purpose of this invention to create an electrodynamic linear motor, which on the one hand is compact and light and on the other hand has a relatively high constant force over a large travel. The invention is characterised by the fact that magnetic fields of alternating polarity are generated at equal intervals in the magnetic field, and that the coil arrangement has 2 adjacent coils, whose size corresponds to half the length of each magnetic pole. A logic circuit is provided to select one of the two coils and to determine the direction of the current depending on the signals of a magnetic field sensor on the coil arrangement.

  3. Robot Saltador y Procedimiento para su Control

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    Akinfiev, Teodor; Armada, Manuel; Fernández, Roemi; Montes, Héctor

    2005-01-01

    Robot saltador para el movimiento en terrenos con obstáculos, que contiene al menos un resorte (4) con uno de sus extremos unido al cuerpo (1) del robot, y una cadena cinemática entre el motor (5) y el resorte (4) que comprende un cilindro (7) conectado con el eje del motor (5) y una cuerda (8), con uno de sus extremos conectado al cilindro (7) y con el segundo extremo conectado al pie (3). El procedimiento de control se caracteriza porque en el momento en el que el pie (3) pierde el contacto...

  4. Tratamiento catalítico de las emisiones de NOx en motores diesel

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    Córdoba, Luis Fernando; Montes de Correa, Consuelo

    2002-01-01

    Se presenta una revisión sobre algunos aspectos del funcionamiento de los motores diesel, las emisiones contaminantes producidas, así como las tecnologías catalíticas disponibles para el tratamiento de dichas emisiones. Se introduce además, el desempeño de un catalizador desarrollado en el grupo Catálisis Ambiental para la reducción de NOx en mezclas sintéticas que simulan las emisiones de motores diesel. Palabras clave: motor diesel, emisiones, tratamiento, catalizadores.

  5. Contribución al modelado unidimensional en motores de dos tiempos de altas prestaciones

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    JIMENEZ MACEDO, VICTOR DANIEL

    2013-01-01

    Un modelo de simulación presenta muchas ventajas en el campo del desarrollo de motores de combustión interna alternativos. Su utilidad es doble. Por un lado, para entender la naturaleza de los fenómenos físicos que suceden en el interior del motor, y por otro, con el fin de optimizar el diseño de los sistemas que integran el mismo. El principal objetivo de esta tesis es desarrollar un modelo de un motor de dos tiempos de 125 cc de altas prestaciones para caracterizar la fluidodinámica interna...

  6. Markov process of muscle motors

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    Kondratiev, Yu; Pechersky, E; Pirogov, S

    2008-01-01

    We study a Markov random process describing muscle molecular motor behaviour. Every motor is either bound up with a thin filament or unbound. In the bound state the motor creates a force proportional to its displacement from the neutral position. In both states the motor spends an exponential time depending on the state. The thin filament moves at a velocity proportional to the average of all displacements of all motors. We assume that the time which a motor stays in the bound state does not depend on its displacement. Then one can find an exact solution of a nonlinear equation appearing in the limit of an infinite number of motors

  7. Electric vehicle motors and controllers

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    Secunde, R. R.

    1981-01-01

    Improved and advanced components being developed include electronically commutated permanent magnet motors of both drum and disk configuration, an unconventional brush commutated motor, and ac induction motors and various controllers. Test results on developmental motors, controllers, and combinations thereof indicate that efficiencies of 90% and higher for individual components, and 80% to 90% for motor/controller combinations can be obtained at rated power. The simplicity of the developmental motors and the potential for ultimately low cost electronics indicate that one or more of these approaches to electric vehicle propulsion may eventually displace presently used controllers and brush commutated dc motors.

  8. Motor development of kindergarten in 13 months interval

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    Lilian Teresa Bucken Gobbi

    2005-12-01

    da Escala de Desenvolvimento Motor, que compreende uma bateria de testes envolvendo tarefas específicas por idade nos itens motricidade fina, motricidade global, equilíbrio, esquema corporal/rapidez e organização espacial. Foram realizadas comparações do desempenho motor intra e entre os grupos, para cada item da bateria. Os resultados mostraram que o desempenho motor nas tarefas de equilíbrio melhorou após 13 meses para todos os grupos etários; para motricidade fina, motricidade global e esquema corporal as crianças de 3, 4 e 5 anos melhoraram seu desempenho entre as avaliações; para organização espacial somente as crianças de 3 e 5 anos melhoraram seu desempenho quando re-avaliadas. Estes resultados sugerem que o desenvolvimento nesta faixa etária ocorre de forma não homogênea, ou seja, apresenta ritmos diferentes para os itens da motricidade. Fatores do ambiente, do indivíduo e da tarefa podem explicar as mudanças desenvolvimentistas ocorridas em um período de 13 meses. Conclui-se que o processo de desenvolvimento de cada componente da motricidade é dinâmico e apresenta aspectos de não linearidade.

  9. A versatile stepping motor controller for systems with many motors

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    Feng, S.K.; Siddons, D.P.

    1989-01-01

    A versatile system for controlling beamlines or complex experimental setups is described. The system as currently configured can control up to 32 motors, with all motors capable of full speed operation concurrently. There are 2 limit switch inputs for each motor, and a further input to accept a reference position marker. The motors can be controlled via a front panel keyboard with display, or by a host computer over an IEEE-488 interface. Both methods can be used together if required. There is an ''emergency stop'' key on the front panel keyboard to stop the motion of all motors without losing track of the motors' position. 3 refs., 4 figs., 1 tab

  10. Flood-proof motors

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    Schmitt, Marcus [AREVA NP GmbH, Erlangen (Germany)

    2013-07-01

    Even before the Fukushima event occurred some German nuclear power plants (NPP) have considered flooding scenarios. As a result of one of these studies, AREVA performed an upgrade project in NPP Isar 1 with flood-proof motors as a replacement of existing air-cooled low-voltage and high-voltage motors of the emergency cooling chain. After the Fukushima event, in which the cooling chains failed, the topic flood-proof equipment gets more and more into focus. This compact will introduce different kinds of flood-proof electrical motors which are currently installed or planned for installation into NPPs over the world. Moreover the process of qualification, as it was performed during the project in NPP Isar 1, will be shown. (orig.)

  11. Advanced AC Motor Control

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    Kazmierkowski, M.P. [Institute of Control and Industrial Electronics, Warsaw University of Technology, Warszawa (Poland)

    1997-12-31

    In this paper a review of control methods for high performance PWM inverter-fed induction motor drives is presented. Starting from the description of an induction motor by the help of the space vectors, three basic control strategic are discussed. As first, the most popular Field Oriented Control (FOC) is described. Secondly, the Direct Torque and Flux vector Control (DTFC) method, which - in contrast to FOC - depart from idea of coordinate transformation and analogy with DC motor, is briefly characterized. The last group is based on Feedback Linearization Control (FLC) and can be easy combined with sliding mode control. The simulation and experimental oscillograms that illustrate the performance of the discussed control strategies are shown. (orig.) 35 refs.

  12. Flood-proof motors

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    Schmitt, Marcus

    2013-01-01

    Even before the Fukushima event occurred some German nuclear power plants (NPP) have considered flooding scenarios. As a result of one of these studies, AREVA performed an upgrade project in NPP Isar 1 with flood-proof motors as a replacement of existing air-cooled low-voltage and high-voltage motors of the emergency cooling chain. After the Fukushima event, in which the cooling chains failed, the topic flood-proof equipment gets more and more into focus. This compact will introduce different kinds of flood-proof electrical motors which are currently installed or planned for installation into NPPs over the world. Moreover the process of qualification, as it was performed during the project in NPP Isar 1, will be shown. (orig.)

  13. Modelación de un colector solar para calentamiento de aire; Modelling ofa solar collector for air heating

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    Amadou Koulibaly

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo es desarrollada la modelación de un colector solar plano para calentamiento de aire operado con convección natural. El análisis del colector mediante balances de masa y energía no estacionarios aplicados a cada uno de los elementos componentes del colector permitió desarrollar un programa en Visual Basic que simula el comportamiento dinámico del colector ante variaciones de las condiciones de operación y variaciones de los parámetros de diseño (dimensiones del colector, tipo de material de cubierta y dimensiones, material de la placa absorbedora y sus dimensiones, eficiencia óptica y tipo y espesor de aislamiento. Los resultados muestran que el software puede ser empleado para el diseño de colectores para calentamiento de aire, además de poder ser empleado para obtener las temperaturas de cada componente del colector y el rendimiento térmico instantáneo. El software también ofrece los elementos para determinar la constante de tiempo que caracteriza la dinámica del colector.In this paper the modeling of a flat solar collector for air heating was developed. This collector works with natural convection. The analysis of the collector was made using unsteady mass and energy balances applied to each component of collector. The equations were solved usinga Visual Basic code with the target to simulate the dynamics performance of the collector when the operating conditions and the design parameters are modified. The dimensions of the collector, the material and dimensions of the covert, the material and dimensions of the absorber plate, the optic efficiency and the type and thin of the insulator are the fundamentals design parameters that can be varied. The results of the simulation show that the software can be used for the design of collectors for heating air. Additionally, the software permits to determine the temperature of each component, the instantaneous efficiency of the collector and offers the elements to obtain

  14. Mechanical design of electric motors

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    Tong, Wei

    2014-01-01

    Rapid increases in energy consumption and emphasis on environmental protection have posed challenges for the motor industry, as has the design and manufacture of highly efficient, reliable, cost-effective, energy-saving, quiet, precisely controlled, and long-lasting electric motors.Suitable for motor designers, engineers, and manufacturers, as well as maintenance personnel, undergraduate and graduate students, and academic researchers, Mechanical Design of Electric Motors provides in-depth knowledge of state-of-the-art design methods and developments of electric motors. From motor classificati

  15. Transformers and motors

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    Shultz, George

    1991-01-01

    Transformers and Motors is an in-depth technical reference which was originally written for the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee to train apprentice and journeymen electricians. This book provides detailed information for equipment installation and covers equipment maintenance and repair. The book also includes troubleshooting and replacement guidelines, and it contains a minimum of theory and math.In this easy-to-understand, practical sourcebook, you'll discover:* Explanations of the fundamental concepts of transformers and motors* Transformer connections and d

  16. Linear induction motor

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    Barkman, W.E.; Adams, W.Q.; Berrier, B.R.

    1978-01-01

    A linear induction motor has been operated on a test bed with a feedback pulse resolution of 5 nm (0.2 μin). Slewing tests with this slide drive have shown positioning errors less than or equal to 33 nm (1.3 μin) at feedrates between 0 and 25.4 mm/min (0-1 ipm). A 0.86-m (34-in)-stroke linear motor is being investigated, using the SPACO machine as a test bed. Initial results were encouraging, and work is continuing to optimize the servosystem compensation

  17. Human spinal motor control

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    Nielsen, Jens Bo

    2016-01-01

    Human studies in the past three decades have provided us with an emerging understanding of how cortical and spinal networks collaborate to ensure the vast repertoire of human behaviors. We differ from other animals in having direct cortical connections to spinal motoneurons, which bypass spinal...... the central motor command by opening or closing sensory feedback pathways. In the future, human studies of spinal motor control, in close collaboration with animal studies on the molecular biology of the spinal cord, will continue to document the neural basis for human behavior. Expected final online...

  18. Electrodynamic ratchet motor.

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    Lim, Jiufu; Sader, John E; Mulvaney, Paul

    2009-03-01

    Brownian ratchets produce directed motion through rectification of thermal fluctuations and have been used for separation processes and colloidal transport. We propose a flashing ratchet motor that enables the transduction of electrical energy into rotary micromechanical work. This is achieved through torque generation provided by boundary shaping of equipotential surfaces. The present device contrasts to previous implementations that focus on translational motion. Stochastic simulations elucidate the performance characteristics of this device as a function of its geometry. Miniaturization to nanoscale dimensions yields rotational speeds in excess of 1 kHz, which is comparable to biomolecular motors of similar size.

  19. The effect of induction motor shaft diameter on motor performance

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    Asım Gökhan Yetgin

    2017-10-01

    Full Text Available Induction motors are used in many areas from the past to the present and in different fields with the development of technology has continued to be used. It is obvious that induction motors as an improvement to the efficiency in terms of energy saving would cause great benefit. In that context, induction motor manufacturers and designers are constantly trying out new methods to improve motor performance and efficiency. In this study, what would be the optimum diameter of the shaft in order to increase the efficiency of the induction motor were investigated. In the study, 5.5 kW, 7.5 kW and 11 kW motors analyzes were also performed. Obtained shaft diameter values were compared with the manufacturer values. In addition, critical points such as the magnetic flux values, weight values and performances of the motors were examined and optimal shaft diameter values for each motor have been determined.

  20. Interfaz cerebro computador basada en P300 para la comunicación alternativa: estudio de caso en dos adolescentes en situación de discapacidad motora [P300 based Brain Computer Interface for alternative communication: a case study with two teenagers with motor disabilities

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    Garcia Cossio, E.; Fernandez, C.; Gaviria, M.E.; Palacio, C.; Alvaran, L.; Torres Villa, R.A.

    2011-01-01

    Brain computer interface systems use brain signals to enable the control of external devices, such as: wheelchairs, communicators, neuro-prosthesis, among others; in people with severe motor disabilities. In this study two young men with motor disabilities were trained to learn how to control a

  1. para palmito

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    Francisco Paulo Chaimsohn

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Densidades de siembra, arreglos espaciales y fertilización en pejibaye (Bactris gasipaes cv Diamantes-10 para palmito. La investigación se llevó a cabo en la Estación Experimental Los Diamantes (Guápiles, Costa Rica, el 3 de octubre del 2003, cuyo objetivo fue la evaluación del efecto de diferentes densidades de siembra (3.333, 5.000 y 6.666 plantas/ha, arreglos espaciales, y diversos métodos de fertilización (química, orgánica, sobre el crecimiento de las plantas de pejibaye para producción de palmito. Se consideraron las variables diámetro y altura del tallo primario y el número de hojas y rebrotes como indicadores de producción. El período de evolución abarcó sólo los primeros 25 meses de crecimiento en el campo. El número de hojas, la altura y el diámetro del tallo no mostraron diferencias de respuesta relevantes. Sólo el número de rebrotes disminuyó al aumentar la densidad de la población, cuando se midió a los 15 meses de edad. El efecto de la fertilización se hizo evidente después de la primera cosecha, realizada a los 20 meses, debido al aumento de la competencia entre plantas, ahora más desarrolladas. Fue entonces cuando la fertilización química indujo la producción de un mayor número y vigor de los rebrotes. Sin embargo, las prácticas evaluadas 25 meses después de la siembra, no habían infl uido hasta ese momento en el número de palmitos cosechados, ni tampoco había afectado las características físicas de los sectores foliar y caulinar del palmito.

  2. HTSL massive motor. Project: Motor field calculation. Final report

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    Gutt, H.J.; Gruener, A.

    2003-01-01

    HTS motors up to 300 kW were to be developed and optimized. For this, specific calculation methods were enhanced to include superconducting rotor types (hysteresis, reluctance and permanent magnet HTS rotors). The experiments were carried out in a SHM70-45 hysteresis motor. It was shown how static and dynamic trapped field magnetisation of the rotor with YBCO rings will increase flux in the air gap motor, increasing the motor capacity to twice its original level. (orig.) [de

  3. Stepping Motor - Hydraulic Motor Servo Drives for an NC Milling ...

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    In this paper the retrofit design of the control system of an NC milling machine with a stepping motor and stepping motor - actuated hydraulic motor servo mechanism on the machines X-axis is described. The servo designed in the course of this study was tested practically and shown to be linear - the velocity following errors ...

  4. Equipo comparativo para la medida de conductividad térmica de materiales cerámicos

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    Barea, R.

    2006-04-01

    Full Text Available Among the different techniques available for measuring thermal conductivity, the comparative method (ASTM E1225-99 is the most appropriate for porous materials. This method determines the thermal conductivity in steady state conditions in the 100 - 1300 K temperature range and for conductivities between 0.2 and 200 W/mK, respectively, depending on the equipment characteristics. In the present paper, the design and development, as well as the start up process, of an apparatus based on this method is described. Thermal conductivity data on a mullite based refractory, measured by both the laser flash and the comparative methods, are presented and comparatively discussed in order to validate the developed equipment.

    Entre las distintas técnicas de medida de la conductividad térmica de materiales, el método comparativo, recogido en la norma ASTM E1225-99, es el más adecuado para muestras porosas o materiales compuestos. Este método permite determinar conductividades térmicas en estado estacionario, en el intervalo de valores de 0,2 a 200 W/mK, y a temperaturas de ensayo en el rango 100-1300 K, dependiendo del diseño del equipo. En este trabajo se expone el diseño, desarrollo y puesta a punto de un equipo de medida de conductividad térmica basado en este método. Paralelamente, se realiza una validación del equipo mediante el estudio comparativo de los resultados obtenidos usando el equipo comparativo y la técnica del pulso láser en materiales porosos de mullita.

  5. Thiokol Solid Rocket Motors

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    Graves, S. R.

    2000-01-01

    This paper presents viewgraphs on thiokol solid rocket motors. The topics include: 1) Communications; 2) Military and government intelligence; 3) Positioning satellites; 4) Remote sensing; 5) Space burial; 6) Science; 7) Space manufacturing; 8) Advertising; 9) Space rescue space debris management; 10) Space tourism; 11) Space settlements; 12) Hazardous waste disposal; 13) Extraterrestrial resources; 14) Fast package delivery; and 15) Space utilities.

  6. Reciprocating Linear Electric Motor

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    Goldowsky, M. P.

    1984-01-01

    Features include structural simplicity and good force/displacement characteristics. Reciprocating motor has simple, rugged construction, relatively low reciprocating weight, improved power delivery, and improved force control. Wear reduced by use of magnetic bearings. Intended to provide drivers for long-lived Stirling-cycle cryogenic refrigerators, concept has less exotic applications, such as fuel pumps.

  7. Switched reluctance motor drives

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    Davis RM, Ray WF, Blake RJ 1981 Inverter drive for switched reluctance: circuits and component ratings. Inst. Elec. Eng. Proc. B128: 126-136. Ehsani M. 1991 Position Sensor elimination technique for the switched reluctance motor drive. US Patent No. 5,072,166. Ehsani M, Ramani K R 1993 Direct control strategies based ...

  8. Motor Incoordination in ADHD

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    J Gordon Millichap

    2004-07-01

    Full Text Available The relationship between motor performance, attention deficit, impulsiveness, and hyperactivity in 42 school-aged children with ADHD (36 males, 6 females; mean age 8 years 2 months; range 6-11 years was studied at National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

  9. Deafness and motor abilities level

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    A Zwierzchowska

    2008-09-01

    Full Text Available The audition injury hinders some motor motions and the organised coordination at the higher level and may be a cause of disturbances and disorder in some motor abilities adoption. It was assumed that deafness including its aetiology and injury mechanism may significantly influence the motor development of human being. The study aimed in checking if the deafness, as a result of various unfavourable factors, determines the motor development of children and youngsters. Consequently the dependency between qualitative features i.e.: signed motor level and aetiology, audition injury mechanism and the deafness degree was examined. The mechanism and aetiology of hearing correlated with the motor abilities displayed statistically significant dependencies in few motor trials only. Revealed correlations regarded mostly the coordination trials excluding the flexibility one. Statistically significant dependencies between the audition diminution and the motor abilities level were not found.

  10. MOTORIC STIMULATION RELATED TO FINE MOTORIC DEVELOPMENT ON CHILD

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    Mira Triharini

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available Introduction: Motor developmental stimulation is an activity undertaken to stimulate the children basic skills and so they can grow and develop optimally. Children who obtain a direct stimulus will grow faster than who get less stimulus. Mother’s behavior of stimulation is very important for children, it is considering as the basic needs of children and it must be fulfilled. Providing good stimulation could optimize fine motor development in children. The purpose of this study was to analyze mother’s behavior about motor stimulation with fine motor development in toddler age 4-5 years old. Method: Design have been  used in this study was cross sectional. Population were mothers and their toddler in Group A of Dharma Wanita Persatuan Driyorejo Gresik Preschool. Sample were 51 respondents recruited by using purposive sampling technique according to inclusion and exclusion criteria. The independent variable was mother’s behavior about motor stimulation whereas dependent variable was fine motor development in toddler. The data were collected using questionnaire and conducting observation on fine motor development based on Denver Development Screening Test (DDST. Data then analyzed using Spearman Rho (r test to find relation between mother’s behaviors about stimulation motor on their toddler fine motor development. Result: Results  of this study showed that there were correlations between mother’s knowledge and fine motor development in toddler (p=0.000, between mother’s attitude and fine motor development in toddler (p=0.000, and between mother’s actions and fine motor development in toddler (p=0.000. Analysis: In sort study found that there were relation between fine motor development and mother’s behavior. Discussion: Therefore mother’s behavior needed to be improved. Further research about stimulation motor and fine motor development aspects in toddler is required.

  11. Desarrollo de un videojuego para dispositivos móviles

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    Ruiz Pérez, Francisco

    2016-01-01

    Los dispositivos móviles se han convertido en una de las principales plataformas para videojuegos. Una de las principales problemáticas al desarrollar aplicaciones para estos dispositivos es la alta fragmentación que existe en cuanto a sistemas operativos y características de la interfaz. Existen determinadas librerías y motores, tanto nativas como multiplataforma, dirigidas a resolver este problema.

  12. Microprocessor controller for stepping motors

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    Strait, B.G.; Thuot, M.E.

    1977-01-01

    A new concept for digital computer control of multiple stepping motors which operate in a severe electromagnetic pulse environment is presented. The motors position mirrors in the beam-alignment system of a 100-kJ CO 2 laser. An asynchronous communications channel of a computer is used to send coded messages, containing the motor address and stepping-command information, to the stepping-motor controller in a bit serial format over a fiber-optics communications link. The addressed controller responds by transmitting to the computer its address and other motor information, thus confirming the received message. Each controller is capable of controlling three stepping motors. The controller contains the fiber-optics interface, a microprocessor, and the stepping-motor driven circuits. The microprocessor program, which resides in an EPROM, decodes the received messages, transmits responses, performs the stepping-motor sequence logic, maintains motor-position information, and monitors the motor's reference switch. For multiple stepping-motor application, the controllers are connected in a daisy chain providing control of many motors from one asynchronous communications channel of the computer

  13. Multiple stage miniature stepping motor

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    Niven, W.A.; Shikany, S.D.; Shira, M.L.

    1981-01-01

    A stepping motor comprising a plurality of stages which may be selectively activated to effect stepping movement of the motor, and which are mounted along a common rotor shaft to achieve considerable reduction in motor size and minimum diameter, whereby sequential activation of the stages results in successive rotor steps with direction being determined by the particular activating sequence followed

  14. Experiments with a DC Motor

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    Kraftmakher, Yaakov

    2010-01-01

    Experiments with an electric motor provide good opportunity to demonstrate some basic laws of electricity and magnetism. The aim of the experiments with a low-power dc motor is to show how the motor approaches its steady rotation and how its torque, mechanical power and efficiency depend on the rotation velocity. The tight relationship between the…

  15. Fundamental Principles underlying Motor Reflexes

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    K. Zhou (Kuikui)

    2017-01-01

    markdownabstractThe cerebellum has been suggested to be involved in motor control ever since the early 19th century. The motor control ranges from timing and strength of simple reflexes to multiple joint/limb coordination and complex motor sequence acquisition. The current thesis discusses the

  16. Motor Vehicle Theft. Special Report.

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    Harlow, Caroline Wolf

    Thirteen years of data from the National Crime Survey were analyzed to examine the characteristics of motor vehicle theft, to identify trends during the past 13 years, and to determine who are most likely to be victims of motor vehicle theft. All motor vehicle thefts reported to the National Crime Survey from 1973 through 1985 were examined.…

  17. Segmented motor drive - with multi-phase induction motor

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    Bendixen, Flemming Buus

    of the induction motor is set up. The model is able to calculate dynamical electric, magnetic and mechanic state variables, but initially it is used to calculate static characteristics in motors with different number of phases and different voltage supply shapes. This analysis show i.e. that the efficiency....... The multi-phase motor is selected for further analysis. The project is limited to examine if increasing the number of phases can improve the characteristics for induction motor drives. In the literature it is demonstrated that torque production in a six-phase motor can be increased, if a 3rd harmonic......This PhD project commences in modulation of motor drives, i.e. having the advantage of reducing the number of variants and improves the system reliability at error situations. Four different motor drive topologies with modular construction as common denominator are compared on a general level...

  18. Variation in motor output and motor performance in a centrally generated motor pattern

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    Norris, Brian J.; Doloc-Mihu, Anca; Calabrese, Ronald L.

    2014-01-01

    Central pattern generators (CPGs) produce motor patterns that ultimately drive motor outputs. We studied how functional motor performance is achieved, specifically, whether the variation seen in motor patterns is reflected in motor performance and whether fictive motor patterns differ from those in vivo. We used the leech heartbeat system in which a bilaterally symmetrical CPG coordinates segmental heart motor neurons and two segmented heart tubes into two mutually exclusive coordination modes: rear-to-front peristaltic on one side and nearly synchronous on the other, with regular side-to-side switches. We assessed individual variability of the motor pattern and the beat pattern in vivo. To quantify the beat pattern we imaged intact adults. To quantify the phase relations between motor neurons and heart constrictions we recorded extracellularly from two heart motor neurons and movement from the corresponding heart segments in minimally dissected leeches. Variation in the motor pattern was reflected in motor performance only in the peristaltic mode, where larger intersegmental phase differences in the motor neurons resulted in larger phase differences between heart constrictions. Fictive motor patterns differed from those in vivo only in the synchronous mode, where intersegmental phase differences in vivo had a larger front-to-rear bias and were more constrained. Additionally, load-influenced constriction timing might explain the amplification of the phase differences between heart segments in the peristaltic mode and the higher variability in motor output due to body shape assumed in this soft-bodied animal. The motor pattern determines the beat pattern, peristaltic or synchronous, but heart mechanics influence the phase relations achieved. PMID:24717348

  19. Split-phase motor running as capacitor starts motor and as capacitor run motor

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    Yahaya Asizehi ENESI; Jacob TSADO; Mark NWOHU; Usman Abraham USMAN; Odu Ayo IMORU

    2016-01-01

    In this paper, the input parameters of a single phase split-phase induction motor is taken to investigate and to study the output performance characteristics of capacitor start and capacitor run induction motor. The value of these input parameters are used in the design characteristics of capacitor run and capacitor start motor with each motor connected to rated or standard capacitor in series with auxiliary winding or starting winding respectively for the normal operational condition. The ma...

  20. Acute exercise improves motor memory

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    Skriver, Kasper Christen; Roig, Marc; Lundbye-Jensen, Jesper

    2014-01-01

    We have recently shown that a single bout of acute cardiovascular exercise improves motor skill learning through an optimization of long-term motor memory. Here we expand this previous finding, to explore potential exercise-related biomarkers and their association with measures of motor memory...... practice whereas lactate correlated with better retention 1 hour as well as 24 hours and 7 days after practice. Thus, improvements in motor skill acquisition and retention induced by acute cardiovascular exercise are associated with increased concentrations of biomarkers involved in memory and learning...... processes. More mechanistic studies are required to elucidate the specific role of each biomarker in the formation of motor memory....

  1. Control of Position for a Telescope with Stepping Motors

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    Quintero Salazar, Edwin Andrés; Gallego Becerra, Hugo Armando; Gallego Orozco, Hoover

    2008-01-01

    En este documento se muestran los resultados obtenidos al construir un control electrónico de posición para un telescopio reflector de 15 cm de objetivo, con motores paso a paso manejados desde un microcontrolador. También se ilustra el diseño circuital realizado, la simulación obtenida en la herramienta informática Proteus, el software desarrollado en lenguaje ensamblador para el microcontrolador, y el circuito final resultante montado sobre protoboard. In this paper the obtained resul...

  2. Dynamically Timed Electric Motor

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    Casper, Ann M. (Inventor)

    1997-01-01

    A brushless DC motor including a housing having an end cap secured thereto. The housing encloses a rotor. a stator and a rotationally displaceable commutation board having sensors secured thereon and spaced around the periphery of the rotor. An external rotational force is applied to the commutation board for displacement of the sensors to various positions whereby varying feedback signals are generated by the positioning of the sensors relative to the rotating rotor. The commutation board is secured in a fixed position in response to feedback signals indicative of optimum sensor position being determined. The rotation of the commutation board and the securing of the sensors in the desired fixed position is accomplished without requiring the removal of the end cap and with the DC motor operating.

  3. TFTR Motor Generator

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    Murray, J.G.; Bronner, G.; Horton, M.

    1977-01-01

    A general description is given of 475 MVA pulsed motor generators for TFTR at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. Two identical generators operating in parallel are capable of supplying 950 MVA for an equivalent square pulse of 6.77 seconds and 4,500 MJ at 0.7 power factor to provide the energy for the pulsed electrical coils and heating system for TFTR. The description includes the operational features of the 15,000 HP wound rotor motors driving each generator with its starting equipment and cycloconverter for controlling speed, power factor, and regulating line voltage during load pulsing where the generator speed changes from 87.5 to 60 Hz frequency variation to provide the 4,500 MJ or energy. The special design characteristics such as fatigue stress calculations for 10 6 cycles of operation, forcing factor on exciter to provide regulation, and low generator impedance are reviewed

  4. Libert-E Motor

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    Sieloff, Susan F.; Kinnunen, Raymond; Chevarley, Joseph

    2011-01-01

    Kei Yun Wong has big dreams. She has been entrusted with the United States launch of Libert-E Motor, a new line of Chinese-manufactured electric scooters. With only $750,000 of her original budget of $3 million left, she needs to make sure that the launch succeeds, as it represents the initial step in her desire to create the first Chinese global…

  5. 350 KVA motor generators

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    1974-01-01

    Each logic circuit in the central computers consumes only a fraction of a watt: however, the final load constituted by many such circuits plus peripheral equipment is nearly half a million watts. Shown here are two 350 KVA motor generators used to convert 50 Hz mains to 60 Hz (US standard). Flywheels on the M.G. shafts remove power dropouts of up to 0.5 s.

  6. Motor Fuel Excise Taxes

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    2015-09-01

    A new report from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) explores the role of alternative fuels and energy efficient vehicles in motor fuel taxes. Throughout the United States, it is common practice for federal, state, and local governments to tax motor fuels on a per gallon basis to fund construction and maintenance of our transportation infrastructure. In recent years, however, expenses have outpaced revenues creating substantial funding shortfalls that have required supplemental funding sources. While rising infrastructure costs and the decreasing purchasing power of the gas tax are significant factors contributing to the shortfall, the increased use of alternative fuels and more stringent fuel economy standards are also exacerbating revenue shortfalls. The current dynamic places vehicle efficiency and petroleum use reduction polices at direct odds with policies promoting robust transportation infrastructure. Understanding the energy, transportation, and environmental tradeoffs of motor fuel tax policies can be complicated, but recent experiences at the state level are helping policymakers align their energy and environmental priorities with highway funding requirements.

  7. Motor car driving; Kraftfahrzeugfuehrung

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    Juergensohn, T. [Technische Univ. Berlin (Germany). ISS-Fahrzeugtechnik; Timpe, K.P. (eds.) [Technische Univ. Berlin (DE). Zentrum Mensch-Maschine-Systeme (ZMMS)

    2001-07-01

    This is the first comprehensive book on motor car driving, i.e. all aspects of motor car technology that cannot be looked at separately from the needs, characteristics and limitations of the human driver. This includes ergonomics as well as the design of the driver interface in consideration of the findings of cognitive science, problems of driving simulation in the context of simulation of technical systems, problems relating to optimal car automation up to traffic psychology. The book is in honour of Prof. Dr. Willumeit who died in summer 2000. Prof. Willumeit was one of the few scientists in Germany who had been an expert on all aspects of motor car driving for many years. [German] Erstmalig wird das Thema der Fahrzeugfuehrung geschlossen dargestellt. Die Thematik der 'Kraftfahrzeugfuehrung' umfasst in diesem Zusammenhang alle Aspekte der Kraftfahrzeugtechnik, die nicht isoliert von den Erfordernissen, Eigenschaften und Grenzen des menschlichen Fahrers betrachtet werden koennen. Dies beinhaltet u.a. Probleme der Ergonomie, aber auch Fragen nach einer kognitionswissenschaftlich unterstuetzten Schnittstellengestaltung, Fragen der Simulation des Fahrverhalten im Kontext der Simulation technischer Systeme oder Fragen einer optimalen Fahrzeugautomatisierung bis hin zu verkehrspsychologischen Aspekten. Das Buch ist als Gedenkband fuer Prof. Dr. Willumeit konzipiert, der im Sommer 2000 verstarb. Prof. Willumeit war einer der wenigen Wissenschaftler in Deutschland, der ueber viele Jahre diese Thematik der Kraftfahrzeugfuehrung in ihrer vollen Breite verfolgte. (orig.)

  8. DANÇA E O DESENVOLVIMENTO MOTOR DE PORTADORES DE NECESSIDADES EDUCATIVAS ESPECIAIS - PNEEs

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    Liliane de Oliveira

    2012-04-01

    Full Text Available O estudo objetivou verificar as modificações nos padrões de desenvolvimento motor de PNEEs mediante prática da dança. Participaram 14 PNEEs do CIEP/Cruz Alta. O instrumento foi a Escala de Desenvolvimento Motor (Rosa Neto, 1996. Utilizou-se a estatística descritiva e teste “t” para análise dos dados. Observou-se diferenças estatisticamente significativas (p<0,05 entre pré e pós-testes nas variáveis idade cronológica, motora geral, motricidade ampla e equilíbrio. Concluiu-se que o programa de dança contribuiu significativamente para o desenvolvimento motor de PNEEs. Palavras chave: dança, motor, desenvolvimento, especial, educação.

  9. 76 FR 647 - Energy Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Electric Motors and Small Electric Motors

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    2011-01-05

    ... Electric Motors and Small Electric Motors; Proposed Rule #0;#0;Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 3... Motors and Small Electric Motors AGENCY: Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Department of... motors and small electric motors, clarify the scope of energy conservation standards for electric motors...

  10. 46 CFR 111.70-3 - Motor controllers and motor-control centers.

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    2010-10-01

    ... 46 Shipping 4 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false Motor controllers and motor-control centers. 111.70-3... ELECTRIC SYSTEMS-GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Motor Circuits, Controllers, and Protection § 111.70-3 Motor controllers and motor-control centers. (a) General. The enclosure for each motor controller or motor-control...

  11. Performance Comparison between a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor and an Induction Motor as a Traction Motor for High Speed Train

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    Kondo, Minoru; Kawamura, Junya; Terauchi, Nobuo

    Performance tests are carried out to demonstrate the superiority of a permanent magnet synchronous motor to an induction motor as a traction motor for high-speed train. A prototype motor was manufactured by replacing the rotor of a conventional induction motor. The test results show that the permanent magnet motor is lighter, efficient and more silent than the induction motor because of the different rotor structure.

  12. Neurons other than motor neurons in motor neuron disease.

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    Ruffoli, Riccardo; Biagioni, Francesca; Busceti, Carla L; Gaglione, Anderson; Ryskalin, Larisa; Gambardella, Stefano; Frati, Alessandro; Fornai, Francesco

    2017-11-01

    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is typically defined by a loss of motor neurons in the central nervous system. Accordingly, morphological analysis for decades considered motor neurons (in the cortex, brainstem and spinal cord) as the neuronal population selectively involved in ALS. Similarly, this was considered the pathological marker to score disease severity ex vivo both in patients and experimental models. However, the concept of non-autonomous motor neuron death was used recently to indicate the need for additional cell types to produce motor neuron death in ALS. This means that motor neuron loss occurs only when they are connected with other cell types. This concept originally emphasized the need for resident glia as well as non-resident inflammatory cells. Nowadays, the additional role of neurons other than motor neurons emerged in the scenario to induce non-autonomous motor neuron death. In fact, in ALS neurons diverse from motor neurons are involved. These cells play multiple roles in ALS: (i) they participate in the chain of events to produce motor neuron loss; (ii) they may even degenerate more than and before motor neurons. In the present manuscript evidence about multi-neuronal involvement in ALS patients and experimental models is discussed. Specific sub-classes of neurons in the whole spinal cord are reported either to degenerate or to trigger neuronal degeneration, thus portraying ALS as a whole spinal cord disorder rather than a disease affecting motor neurons solely. This is associated with a novel concept in motor neuron disease which recruits abnormal mechanisms of cell to cell communication.

  13. Comparison of capabilities of reluctance synchronous motor and induction motor

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    Stumberger, Gorazd; Hadziselimovic, Miralem; Stumberger, Bojan; Miljavec, Damijan; Dolinar, Drago; Zagradisnik, Ivan

    2006-01-01

    This paper compares the capabilities of a reluctance synchronous motor (RSM) with those of an induction motor (IM). An RSM and IM were designed and made, with the same rated power and speed. They differ only in the rotor portion while their stators, housings and cooling systems are identical. The capabilities of both motors in a variable speed drive are evaluated by comparison of the results obtained by magnetically nonlinear models and by measurements

  14. Control of synchronous motors

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    Louis, Jean-Paul

    2013-01-01

    Synchronous motors are indubitably the most effective device to drive industrial production systems and robots with precision and rapidity. Their control law is thus critical for combining at the same time high productivity to reduced energy consummation. As far as possible, the control algorithms must exploit the properties of these actuators. Therefore, this work draws on well adapted models resulting from the Park's transformation, for both the most traditional machines with sinusoidal field distribution and for machines with non-sinusoidal field distribution which are more and more used in

  15. Electric Motors for Vehicle Propulsion

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    Larsson, Martin

    2014-01-01

    This work is intended to contribute with knowledge to the area of electic motorsfor propulsion in the vehicle industry. This is done by first studying the differentelectric motors available, the motors suitable for vehicle propulsion are then dividedinto four different types to be studied separately. These four types are thedirect current, induction, permanent magnet and switched reluctance motors. Thedesign and construction are then studied to understand how the different typesdiffer from ea...

  16. High efficiency motor selection handbook

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    McCoy, Gilbert A.; Litman, Todd; Douglass, John G.

    1990-10-01

    Substantial reductions in energy and operational costs can be achieved through the use of energy-efficient electric motors. A handbook was compiled to help industry identify opportunities for cost-effective application of these motors. It covers the economic and operational factors to be considered when motor purchase decisions are being made. Its audience includes plant managers, plant engineers, and others interested in energy management or preventative maintenance programs.

  17. Motor development of blind toddler

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    Likar, Petra

    2013-01-01

    For blind toddlers, development of motor skills enables possibilities for learning and exploring the environment. The purpose of this graduation thesis is to systematically mark the milestones in development of motor skills in blind toddlers, to establish different factors which affect this development, and to discover different ways for teachers for visually impaired and parents to encourage development of motor skills. It is typical of blind toddlers that they do not experience a wide varie...

  18. Motor fuel prices in Turkey

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    Erdogdu, Erkan

    2014-01-01

    The world's most expensive motor fuel (gasoline, diesel and LPG) is sold most likely in the Republic of Turkey. This paper investigates the key issues related to the motor fuel prices in Turkey. First of all, the paper analyses the main reason behind high prices, namely motor fuel taxes in Turkey. Then, it estimates the elasticity of motor fuel demand in Turkey using an econometric analysis. The findings indicate that motor fuel demand in Turkey is quite inelastic and, therefore, not responsive to price increases caused by an increase in either pre-tax prices or taxes. Therefore, fuel market in Turkey is open to opportunistic behavior by firms (through excessive profits) and the government (through excessive taxes). Besides, the paper focuses on the impact of high motor fuel prices on road transport associated activities, including the pattern of passenger transportation, motorization rate, fuel use, total kilometers traveled and CO 2 emissions from road transportation. The impact of motor fuel prices on income distribution in Turkey and Turkish public opinion about high motor fuel prices are also among the subjects investigated in the course of the study. - Highlights: • The key issues (e.g. taxes) related to motor fuel prices in Turkey are explored. • Their impact on transport activities and income distribution is also investigated. • An econometric analysis is performed to estimate motor fuel demand in Turkey. • Motor fuel demand in Turkey is found to be quite inelastic. • Turkish fuel market is open to opportunistic behavior by firms and the government

  19. Evaluación del funcionamiento de motores de combustión interna trabajando con biodiesel.

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    R. Piloto Rodríguez; R. Sierens; S. Verhelst; N. Ferrer Frontela

    2008-01-01

    En el presente trabajo se determinó la característica exterior de velocidad para dos motores de combustión interna trabajando con combustible biodiesel procedente de varias fuentes naturales y se comparó con la característica exterior de velocidad de los motores originalmente trabajando con combustible diesel. Los motores fueron evaluados con variaciones de carga y velocidad. En uno de los motores ensayados fue determinada la presión en el interior de la cámara de combustión con el objetivo d...

  20. Motor of the future - superconducting

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    Moen, Odd

    2001-01-01

    High-temperature superconductors count as the most innovative and future-oriented technology for electric motors. When these materials are used, the engine rating can be doubled and at the same time the losses halved while retaining the same size of construction. Siemens have recently developed a synchronous motor based on a high-temperature superconducting excitation winding. The rated power of the motor is 380 kW. The high-temperature superconductor that is used in this motor requires considerably less cooling outfit than low-temperature superconductors

  1. Overview of Bearingless Induction Motors

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    Xiaodong Sun

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available Bearingless induction motors combining functions of both torque generation and noncontact magnetic suspension together have attracted more and more attention in the past decades due to their definite advantages of compactness, simple structure, less maintenance, no wear particles, high rotational speed, and so forth. This paper overviews the key technologies of the bearingless induction motors, with emphasis on motor topologies, mathematical models, and control strategies. Particularly, in the control issues, the vector control, independent control, direct torque control, nonlinear decoupling control, sensorless control, and so forth are investigated. In addition, several possible development trends of the bearingless induction motors are also discussed.

  2. Gap junctions and motor behavior

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    Kiehn, Ole; Tresch, Matthew C.

    2002-01-01

    The production of any motor behavior requires coordinated activity in motor neurons and premotor networks. In vertebrates, this coordination is often assumed to take place through chemical synapses. Here we review recent data suggesting that electrical gap-junction coupling plays an important role...... in coordinating and generating motor outputs in embryonic and early postnatal life. Considering the recent demonstration of a prevalent expression of gap-junction proteins and gap-junction structures in the adult mammalian spinal cord, we suggest that neuronal gap-junction coupling might also contribute...... to the production of motor behavior in adult mammals....

  3. Design of an HTS motor

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    Jiang, Y; Pei, R; Hong, Z; Jiang, Q; Coombs, T A [Cambridge University engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1PZ (United Kingdom)], E-mail: yj222@cam.ac.uk

    2008-02-01

    This paper gives a detailed description of the design of a high temperature superconducting (HTS) motor. The stator of the motor consists of six air cored HTS racetrack windings, together with an iron shield. The rotor is made of 80 superconducting YBCO pucks, which can be magnetized and equates to a four-pole permanent magnet. The whole HTS motor is cooled by liquid nitrogen to 77K, and acts as a permanent magnet synchronous motor with the power rate of 15.7 kW.

  4. Experiments with a dc motor

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    Kraftmakher, Yaakov

    2010-01-01

    Experiments with an electric motor provide good opportunity to demonstrate some basic laws of electricity and magnetism. The aim of the experiments with a low-power dc motor is to show how the motor approaches its steady rotation and how its torque, mechanical power and efficiency depend on the rotation velocity. The tight relationship between the mechanical and electrical parameters of the motor is clearly seen. The measurements are carried out with the ScienceWorkshop data-acquisition system and the DataStudio software from PASCO scientific. The experiments are well related to university courses of electricity and magnetism and can be used in undergraduate laboratories or for lecture demonstrations.

  5. Harmonic modeling of induction motors

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    Pedra, J.; Sainz, L.; Corcoles, F. [Department of Electrical Engineering, ETSEIB-UPC, Av. Diagonal 647, 08028 Barcelona (Spain)

    2006-07-15

    The paper proposes an induction motor model for the study of harmonic load flow in balanced and unbalanced conditions. The parameters of this model are obtained from motor manufacturer data and the positive- and negative-sequence equivalent circuits of the single- and double-cage models. An approximate harmonic model based on motor manufacturer data only is also proposed. In addition, the paper includes manufacturer data and the calculated parameters of 36 induction motors of different rated powers. This database is used to analyze the proposed models. (author)

  6. Mezclas gasolina-etanol en motores de combustión interna en Colombia

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    Juan Mantilla; Carlos Galeano; Alejandro Muñoz

    2016-01-01

    En este trabajo se analiza el cambio sobre el desempeño y las emisiones de los motores encendidos por chispa cuando la gasolina es reemplazada por una mezcla de gasolina y etanol. Inicialmente se investiga la diferencia en las propiedades fisicoquímicas del combustible, y sus posibles efectos sobre el motor. Posteriormente se examina el efecto documentado del cambio de combustible en el desempeño y las emisiones del motor. Para llevar a cabo estos objetivos se realizó una revisión bibliográfi...

  7. Motor carrier evaluation program

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    Portsmouth, James

    1992-01-01

    The U.S. Department of Energy-Headquarters (DOE-HQ), Transportation Management Program (TMP) has the overall responsibility to provide a well-managed transportation program for the safe, efficient, and economical transportation of DOE-owned materials. The DOE-TMP has established an excellent safety record in the transportation of hazardous materials including radioactive materials and radioactive wastes. This safety record can be maintained only through continued diligence and sustained effort on the part of the DOE-TMP, its field offices, and the contractors' organizations. Key elements in the DOE'S effective hazardous and radioactive materials shipping program are (1) integrity of packages, (2) strict adherence to regulations and procedures, (3) trained personnel, (4) complete management support, and (5) use of the best commercial carriers. The DOE Motor Carrier Evaluation Program was developed to better define the criteria and methodology needed to identify motor carriers for use in the transportation of Highway Route Controlled Quantities (HRCQ), Truck Load (TL) quantities of radioactive materials, hazardous materials and waste. (author)

  8. Zenn Motor Company

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    Clifford, I. [Zenn Motor Company, Toronto, ON (Canada)

    2010-07-01

    Zenn Motor company is a leader in the electric vehicle space and builds and markets a low speed vehicle known as the zero emission, no noise (ZENN). This presentation provided background information on the Zenn Motor Company as well as on EEStor, a company that develops four-wheeled vehicles and that is seeking partners to fund the development for a modified barium titanate-based ultracapacitor. In 2004, ZENN entered into a technology agreement with EEStor that secured certain exclusive and non-exclusive rights to purchase and deploy EEStor's EESU technology as part of its ZENNergy solutions in several markets, including exclusive rights for new four-passenger vehicles with a curb weight of up to 1,400 kilograms; exclusive rights for the neighbourhood electric vehicles (NEV) and golf carts market; exclusive rights for utility vehicles; and exclusive rights for the aftermarket conversion to ZENNergy of any four-wheeled vehicles. The presentation also addressed ZENNergy and the art of integrating high energy drive solutions. Lessons learned and EEStor's technology attributes were discussed. A hypothetical case study was also offered. The presentation concluded with a discussion of EEStor technology status and opportunity horizons. It was concluded that a better battery is needed to enable the mass adoption of electric vehicles. tabs.

  9. Motor-operated valve (MOV) actuator motor and gearbox testing

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    DeWall, K.; Watkins, J.C.; Bramwell, D.

    1997-07-01

    Researchers at the Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory tested the performance of electric motors and actuator gearboxes typical of the equipment installed on motor-operated valves used in nuclear power plants. Using a test stand that simulates valve closure loads against flow and pressure, the authors tested five electric motors (four ac and one dc) and three gearboxes at conditions a motor might experience in a power plant, including such off-normal conditions as operation at high temperature and reduced voltage. They also monitored the efficiency of the actuator gearbox. All five motors operated at or above their rated starting torque during tests at normal voltages and temperatures. For all five motors, actual torque losses due to voltage degradation were greater than the losses calculated by methods typically used for predicting motor torque at degraded voltage conditions. For the dc motor the actual torque losses due to elevated operating temperatures were greater than the losses calculated by the typical predictive method. The actual efficiencies of the actuator gearboxes were generally lower than the running efficiencies published by the manufacturer and were generally nearer the published pull-out efficiencies. Operation of the gearbox at elevated temperature did not affect the operating efficiency

  10. Avaliação e intervenção no desenvolvimento motor de uma criança com Síndrome de Down Assessment and intervention in the motor development of a child with Down Syndrome

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    Ana Paula Maurilia dos Santos

    2010-04-01

    Full Text Available o objetivo deste estudo foi analisar o desenvolvimento motor de uma criança com síndrome de Down e verificar os efeitos de um programa de intervenção motora específica. Trata-se de uma pesquisa descritiva do tipo estudo de caso. Para a avaliação do desenvolvimento motor foram utilizados os testes da Escala de Desenvolvimento Motor - EDM que analisa as áreas da motricidade fina e global, equilíbrio, esquema corporal, organização espacial e temporal/linguagem, e lateralidade. Essa criança participou, respectivamente, de avaliação motora, intervenção motora (32 sessões, 2 vezes semanais e reavaliação motora. As intervenções motoras mostraram avanços positivos nas áreas da motricidade global, equilíbrio e organização espacial. A motricidade fina, esquema corporal e a organização temporal /linguagem não apresentaram avanços. Verificou-se que a linguagem foi a área de maior prejuízo. O quociente motor em todos os itens foi classificado como muito inferior, o que se caracteriza como déficit motor. Esses dados justificam a relevância de programas de intervenção motora para essa população.the objective of this study was to analyze the motor development of a child with Down syndrome and to verify the effect of a specific motor intervention program. This is a descriptive research case study. Motor development was evaluated using the Motor Development Scale - MDS, which analyzes both fine and gross motor skills as well as balance, body schema, spatial and temporal organization, language, and laterality. This child participated, respectively, of the motor assessment, motor intervention (32 sessions, twice weekly and motor reevaluation. Gains were demonstrated in motor intervention in the areas of the gross motor skills, balance and spatial organization. No improvement was shown in fine motor skills, body schema and temporal organization/ language. Language was found to be the area of lowest achievement. The motor

  11. Modelo Dinámico de un Recuperador de Gases -Sales Fundidas para una Planta Termosolar Híbrida de Energías Renovables

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    Javier Bonilla

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available Resumen: En este artículo se presenta un modelo dinámico para un recuperador de gases - sales fundidas incluido en una planta de demostración de una tecnología de hibridación de plantas termosolares con otras fuentes de energías renovables. Tanto el demostrador como el modelo se han desarrollado en el ámbito del proyecto HYSOL. Este trabajo describe brevemente dicho proyecto, su tecnología, demostrador y principalmente el modelo dinámico del recuperador, cuyo estado estacionario ha sido comparado con los cálculos de diseño. El artículo se completa con simulaciones dinámicas donde se estudia la convergencia del modelo, la contribución de los distintos procesos físicos a la transferencia de calor y el impacto de las condiciones ambientales a las pérdidas térmicas. Abstract: In this paper, a dynamic model of a molten salt -gas heat recovery system of a demonstrator for a hybrid renewable solar thermal power plant, developed in the scope of the HYSOL project, is presented. This work describes briefly the HYSOL project, its technology, the demonstrator and mainly the developed heat recovery system dynamic model; its steady state has been compared to the expected results from plant design calculations. This paper is completed with dynamic simulations where, the model convergence is studied, the contribution of the different heat transfer processes is analyzed, and the impact of the environment conditions to thermal losses is evaluated. Palabras clave: Almacenamiento térmico, Energía solar de concentración, Turbina de vapor, Turbina de gas, Modelica, Keywords: Thermal storage, Concentrating solar power, Steam turbine, Gas turbine, Modelica

  12. Torque control for electric motors

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    Bernard, C. A.

    1980-01-01

    Method for adjusting electric-motor torque output to accomodate various loads utilizes phase-lock loop to control relay connected to starting circuit. As load is imposed, motor slows down, and phase lock is lost. Phase-lock signal triggers relay to power starting coil and generate additional torque. Once phase lock is recoverd, relay restores starting circuit to its normal operating mode.

  13. Open-Ended Electric Motor

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    Gould, Mauri

    1975-01-01

    Presents complete instructions for assembling an electric motor which does not require large amounts of power to operate and which is inexpensive as well as reliable. Several open-ended experiments with the motor are included as well as information for obtaining a kit of parts and instructions. (BR)

  14. Genetic heterogeneity of motor neuropathies.

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    Bansagi, Boglarka; Griffin, Helen; Whittaker, Roger G; Antoniadi, Thalia; Evangelista, Teresinha; Miller, James; Greenslade, Mark; Forester, Natalie; Duff, Jennifer; Bradshaw, Anna; Kleinle, Stephanie; Boczonadi, Veronika; Steele, Hannah; Ramesh, Venkateswaran; Franko, Edit; Pyle, Angela; Lochmüller, Hanns; Chinnery, Patrick F; Horvath, Rita

    2017-03-28

    To study the prevalence, molecular cause, and clinical presentation of hereditary motor neuropathies in a large cohort of patients from the North of England. Detailed neurologic and electrophysiologic assessments and next-generation panel testing or whole exome sequencing were performed in 105 patients with clinical symptoms of distal hereditary motor neuropathy (dHMN, 64 patients), axonal motor neuropathy (motor Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease [CMT2], 16 patients), or complex neurologic disease predominantly affecting the motor nerves (hereditary motor neuropathy plus, 25 patients). The prevalence of dHMN is 2.14 affected individuals per 100,000 inhabitants (95% confidence interval 1.62-2.66) in the North of England. Causative mutations were identified in 26 out of 73 index patients (35.6%). The diagnostic rate in the dHMN subgroup was 32.5%, which is higher than previously reported (20%). We detected a significant defect of neuromuscular transmission in 7 cases and identified potentially causative mutations in 4 patients with multifocal demyelinating motor neuropathy. Many of the genes were shared between dHMN and motor CMT2, indicating identical disease mechanisms; therefore, we suggest changing the classification and including dHMN also as a subcategory of Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. Abnormal neuromuscular transmission in some genetic forms provides a treatable target to develop therapies. Copyright © 2017 The Author(s). Published by Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. on behalf of the American Academy of Neurology.

  15. Energy-saving motor; Energiesparmotor

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    Lindegger, M.

    2002-07-01

    This report for the Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) describes the development and testing of an advanced electrical motor using a permanent-magnet rotor. The aims of the project - to study the technical feasibility and market potential of the Eco-Motor - are discussed and the three phases of the project described. These include the calculation and realisation of a 250-watt prototype operating at 230 V, the measurement of the motor's characteristics as well as those of a comparable asynchronous motor on the test bed at the University of Applied Science in Lucerne, Switzerland, and a market study to establish if the Eco-Motor and its controller can compete against normal asynchronous motors. Also, the results of an analysis of the energy-savings potential is made, should such Eco-Motors be used. Detailed results of the three phases of the project are presented and the prospects of producing such motors in Switzerland for home use as well as for export are examined.

  16. Advances in esophageal motor disorders

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    Smout, André Jpm

    2008-01-01

    PURPOSE OF REVIEW: Esophageal motor disorders, often leading to dysphagia and chest pain, continue to pose diagnostic and therapeutic problems. In the past 12 months important new information regarding esophageal motor disorders was published. This information will be reviewed in this paper. RECENT

  17. Advances in esophageal motor disorders

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    Smout, Andre J. P. M.

    Purpose of review Esophageal motor disorders, often leading to dysphagia and chest pain, continue to pose diagnostic and therapeutic problems. In the past 12 months important new information regarding esophageal motor disorders was published. This information will be reviewed in this paper. Recent

  18. 77 FR 26607 - Energy Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Electric Motors and Small Electric Motors

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    2012-05-04

    ... Conservation Program: Test Procedures for Electric Motors and Small Electric Motors; Final Rules #0;#0;Federal... Procedures for Electric Motors and Small Electric Motors AGENCY: Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable... electric motors and small electric motors. That supplemental proposal, along with an earlier proposal from...

  19. Piezoelectric wave motor

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    Yerganian, Simon Scott

    2001-07-17

    A piezoelectric motor having a stator in which piezoelectric elements are contained in slots formed in the stator transverse to the desired wave motion. When an electric field is imposed on the elements, deformation of the elements imposes a force perpendicular to the sides of the slot, deforming the stator. Appropriate frequency and phase shifting of the electric field will produce a wave in the stator and motion in a rotor. In a preferred aspect, the piezoelectric elements are configured so that deformation of the elements in direction of an imposed electric field, generally referred to as the d.sub.33 direction, is utilized to produce wave motion in the stator. In a further aspect, the elements are compressed into the slots so as to minimize tensile stresses on the elements in use.

  20. Reciprocating linear motor

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    Goldowsky, Michael P. (Inventor)

    1987-01-01

    A reciprocating linear motor is formed with a pair of ring-shaped permanent magnets having opposite radial polarizations, held axially apart by a nonmagnetic yoke, which serves as an axially displaceable armature assembly. A pair of annularly wound coils having axial lengths which differ from the axial lengths of the permanent magnets are serially coupled together in mutual opposition and positioned with an outer cylindrical core in axial symmetry about the armature assembly. One embodiment includes a second pair of annularly wound coils serially coupled together in mutual opposition and an inner cylindrical core positioned in axial symmetry inside the armature radially opposite to the first pair of coils. Application of a potential difference across a serial connection of the two pairs of coils creates a current flow perpendicular to the magnetic field created by the armature magnets, thereby causing limited linear displacement of the magnets relative to the coils.

  1. Economical motor transport operations

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    Cooke, P

    1979-09-01

    Motor transport is one area in a company where energy conservation is a function primarily of operative education and motivation rather than mechanical or technical control and monitoring. Unless the driver wants to save energy by proper operation of the vehicle, there is nothing the company can do to force him, whatever equipment it fits to the vehicles, or incentives it offers. This article gives an overview of the use of energy in road transport and examines a number of actions that can be taken to conserve energy. It discusses the question of the cost-effectiveness of transport energy conservation in the light of the complex issues involved. The problems and opportunities of implementing energy-saving programs are examined. (MCW)

  2. Stabilizing motor fuels

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    1935-07-12

    Motor fuel is stabilized by adding less than 2% of a tar fraction from peat, coal, torbanite or shale, said fraction containing sufficient constituents boiling between 200 and 325/sup 0/C, to inhibit gum formation. Low-temperature coal-tar fractions are specified. The preferred boiling ranges are from 225 or 250/sup 0/ to 275/sup 0/C. In examples, the quantity added was 0.01%. The fuel may be a cracked distillate of gasoline boiling-point range or containing gasoline, and may contain relatively large proportions of di- and tri-olefines. The material added to the fuel may be (1) the tar fraction itself; (2) its alkali-soluble constituents; (3) its acid-soluble constituents; (4) a mixture of (2) and (3); (5) a blend of (2), (3) or (4) with a normal tar fraction; (6) the residue after extraction with alkali; (7) the residue after extraction with acid and alkali.

  3. Sucker rod motor

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    Radzalov, N N; Radzhabov, N A

    1983-01-01

    The motor consists of rollers mounted on the wellmouth and connected by a flexible rink. Reciprocating mechanism is in the form of a horizontal non-mobile single-side operation cylinder, inside which a plunger and rod are mounted. The working housing of the hydrocylinder is connected to a gas-hydr aulic batter, and when running is connected via plunger to the high pressure source; running in reverse it is connected with a safety valve and automatic control unit. The unit is equipped with a reducer and a mechanical transformer consisting of screw and nut, and which is shutoff with a single-side lining. The plunger rod consists of an auger-like unit. The high pressure source is provided by the injection line of the sucker rod that has been equipped with a reverse valve.

  4. Motor-operated gearbox efficiency

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    DeWall, K.G.; Watkins, J.C.; Bramwell, D. [Idaho National Engineering Lab., Idaho Falls, ID (United States); Weidenhamer, G.H.

    1996-12-01

    Researchers at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory recently conducted tests investigating the operating efficiency of the power train (gearbox) in motor-operators typically used in nuclear power plants to power motor-operated valves. Actual efficiency ratios were determined from in-line measurements of electric motor torque (input to the operator gearbox) and valve stem torque (output from the gearbox) while the operators were subjected to gradually increasing loads until the electric motor stalled. The testing included parametric studies under reduced voltage and elevated temperature conditions. As part of the analysis of the results, the authors compared efficiency values determined from testing to the values published by the operator manufacturer and typically used by the industry in calculations for estimating motor-operator capabilities. The operators they tested under load ran at efficiencies lower than the running efficiency (typically 50%) published by the operator manufacturer.

  5. Motor-operated gearbox efficiency

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    DeWall, K.G.; Watkins, J.C.; Bramwell, D.; Weidenhamer, G.H.

    1996-01-01

    Researchers at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory recently conducted tests investigating the operating efficiency of the power train (gearbox) in motor-operators typically used in nuclear power plants to power motor-operated valves. Actual efficiency ratios were determined from in-line measurements of electric motor torque (input to the operator gearbox) and valve stem torque (output from the gearbox) while the operators were subjected to gradually increasing loads until the electric motor stalled. The testing included parametric studies under reduced voltage and elevated temperature conditions. As part of the analysis of the results, the authors compared efficiency values determined from testing to the values published by the operator manufacturer and typically used by the industry in calculations for estimating motor-operator capabilities. The operators they tested under load ran at efficiencies lower than the running efficiency (typically 50%) published by the operator manufacturer

  6. Motor-operator gearbox efficiency

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    DeWall, K.G.; Watkins, J.C.; Bramwell, D.

    1996-01-01

    Researchers at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory recently conducted tests investigating the operating efficiency of the power train (gearbox) in motor-operators typically used in nuclear power plants to power motor-operated valves. Actual efficiency ratios were determined from in-line measurements of electric motor torque (input to the operator gearbox) and valve stem torque (output from the gearbox) while the operators were subjected to gradually increasing loads until the electric motor stalled. The testing included parametric studies under reduced voltage and elevated temperature conditions. As part of the analysis of the results, we compared efficiency values determined from testing to the values published by the operator manufacturer and typically used by the industry in calculations for estimating motor-operator capabilities. The operators we tested under load ran at efficiencies lower than the running efficiency (typically 50%) published by the operator manufacturer

  7. Electric motors for use in radiation environments

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    Aslam, T.U.D.; Mahmood, S.B.

    1981-01-01

    Requirements of electric motors for a nuclear plant and the effect of nuclear radiations on different parts of the motors are discussed. Feasibility of using locally-fabricated motors is also considered. (author)

  8. VERY SLOW SPEED AXIAL MOTION RELUCTANCE MOTOR

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    Dr Obe

    1984-09-01

    Sep 1, 1984 ... VERY SLOW SPEED AXIAL MOTION RELUCTANCE MOTOR by. L. A. Agu ... order as that of the screw-thread motor can be obtained. LIST OF .... The n stator have equal non- magnetic spacers .... induction motor. An.

  9. Actions to promote energy efficient electric motors. Motors study group

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    Almeida, A.T. de [Coimbra Univ. (PT). Inst. of Systems and Robotics (ISR)

    1996-10-01

    Motor electricity consumption is influenced by many factors including: motor efficiency, motor speed controls, power supply quality, harmonics, systems oversizing, distribution network, mechanical transmission system, maintenance practices, load management and cycling, and the efficiency of the end-use device (e.g. fan, pump, etc.). Due to their importance, an overview of these factors is presented in this report. This study also describes the electricity use in the industrial and tertiary sectors and the electricity consumption associated with the different types of electric motors systems in the Member States of the European Union, as well as estimated future evolution until 2010. The studies for individual countries were carried out by the different partners of the motors study group at a previous stage. The study has found that there is a lack of accurate information about the motor electricity consumption, installed motor capacity and the motor market in almost all the European Union countries and only some general statistical sources are available. There is little field data, which is mainly available in Denmark, France, Italy and the Netherlands. Due to this lack of primary information, some common assumptions were made, based on the experience of the members of the study group. This lack of end-use characterisation data shows the need for improvement from the point of view of current knowledge. It is therefore recommended that further research is undertaken to arrive at more accurate figures. These could be the basis for a better understanding for motor use in practice and - as a consequence - for a more precise appraisal of potentials and barriers to energy efficiency. (orig.)

  10. Interfaz Gráfica Computacional para Destilación Multicomponente utilizando Métodos Cortos

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    A. Osorio Mirón

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo, se elaboró una interfaz gráfica que determina por medio de simulación en estado estacionario el número de platos necesarios en el proceso de destilación multicomponente, así como la composición en el flujo de destilado y fondos de una torre de destilación utilizando métodos cortos. La interfaz gráfica de usuario, se construyó en el lenguaje de programación Python 2.5, permite presentar los datos de entrada y salida para el caso de columnas de destilación operando en régimen permanente. Los resultados del uso de la interfaz gráfica muestran una forma simple de realizar diseños preliminares de torres de destilación y su potencialidad como material de apoyo para el estudio y comprensión de conceptos básicos en destilación multicomponente. En un trabajo posterior se podrá visualizar el desempeño del modelo dinámico a través de perturbaciones programadas en las condiciones de operación.   Palabras claves: destilación multicomponente; métodos cortos; interfaz gráfica de usuario; Phyton 2.5.In this work, we developed a graphical interface that determines by steady-state simulation the number of plates required for multicomponent distillation process and the composition of distillate and bottoms flow of a distillation tower using short-cut methods. The graphical user interface was built in the programming language Python 2.5, allows to present the input and output data for the case of distillation columns operating in steady state. The results of using the graphical interface shows a simple way to make preliminary designs of distillation towers and its potential as support material for the study and understanding of basic concepts in multicomponent distillation. In a later work it will can display the dynamic model performance through scheduled disturbances in operating conditions.   Keywords: multicomponent distillation; shorcut methods;graphical user interface; Phyton 2.5.

  11. Anthropometric and motor performance profile of elite futsal athletes

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    Leandro Ricardo Altimari

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available The purpose of the present study was to identify the anthropometric and motor performance profile of futsal (indoor soccer athletes in the second and third-placed teams in the Parana state championships (Brazil. Anthropometric (body mass, stature and skinfolds thickness and motor performance (modified abdominal test, shuttle run, race of 30 m and 40 s measures were obtained from twenty-seven male athletes (24.7 ± 6.4 years; 73.6 ± 7.6 kg; 174.8 ± 6.6 cm. For data analysis, athletes were grouped according to game positions. ANOVA one-way was used for comparisons between different positions, followed by Scheffé’s post hoc test, with p ABSTRACT Este estudo objetivou identificar o perfil antropométrico e o desempenho motor de atletas de futsal masculino, pertencentes às equipes finalistas do campeonato paranaense da categoria adulto, chave ouro. Para tanto, coletou-se medidas antropométricas (massa corporal, estatura e espessura de dobras cutâneas e de desempenho motor (testes abdominal modificado, shuttle run, corrida de 30 m e corrida de 40 s de vinte e sete atletas (24,7 ± 6,4 anos; 73,6 ± 7,6 kg; 174,8 ± 6,6 cm, do sexo masculino. Para a análise dos dados, agrupou-se os atletas de acordo com a posição de jogo. Anova one-way foi empregada para as comparações entre os jogadores das diferentes posições, seguida pelo teste post hoc de Scheffé, com P < 0,05. Verificou-se diferença signifi cante entre os jogadores de diferentes posições de jogo nas variáveis: massa corporal (alas < goleiros, P < 0,01, estatura (alas < pivôs e goleiros, P < 0,01 e massa corporal magra (alas < goleiros, P < 0,01. Não foram observadas diferenças significantes entre os jogadores das diferentes posições de jogo nas variáveis de desempenho motor. Os resultados encontrados no presente estudo sugerem que atletas de futsal apresentam, na maioria das variáveis analisadas, características antropométricas e de desempenho motor semelhantes entre

  12. Uso de etanol carburado en motores Diesel

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    Rodríguez Luis Arnoby

    1990-06-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo se ejecutó en el Taller de Maquinaria Agrícola de la Facultad de Ciencias Agropecuarias de la Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Seccional Palmira. Un motor diesel de 2 cilindros, 1260 cm3 y relación de comprensión 23:1, fue alimentado mediante un sistema dual formado por el sistema de inyección para ACPM y un sistema de carburación para etanol y mezclas etanol-agua. En primer término se varió el avance de la inyección entre 18 y 26° APMS(Antes de Punto Muerto Superior con el fin de determinar el avance óptimo de inyección en el motor original y el motor alimentado con el sistema dual. Con base en el punto de máxima potencia, se seleccionaron 20 y 22" como avances óptimos. En la segunda prueba, al operar el motor con carga y velocidad variables y alimentarlo con cuatro combustibles (ACPM, etanol y mezclas etanol- agua con 20 y 40 % agua, se incrementaron la velocidad en 10% la potencia máxima en 6.5% ; y el torque máximo en 3.73%, desde el motor original al sistema dual alimentado con la mezcla carburada de 40% agua. La mayor sustitución de combustible se presentó a alta velocidad donde se reemplazó hasta el 32 % de ACPM por etanol. Solo a alta velocidad se justifica la sobrealimentación con etanol carburado. En este rango se presentaron aumentos de potencia, velocidad, par torsor y sustitución de combustible.This work was performed in the Agricultural Mechanics Shop of the Universidad Nacional of Colombia in Palmira. A two-cylinder, 1260 cm3 diesel engine with a compression ratio of 23:1 was fueled by a dual system formed by its injection system for diesel oil and a carburation system for ethanol and ethanol-water blends. In a first test, m e injection advance was varied between 18 and 26 o BTDC (Before Top Dead Center to determine the optimum injection advance in the original engine and the engine fueled with the dual system. According to the maximum power point, 20 and 22° BTDC were selected as the optimum

  13. Submersible canned motor mixer pump

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    Guardiani, R.F.; Pollick, R.D.

    1997-01-01

    A mixer pump is described used in a waste tank for mobilizing high-level radioactive liquid waste having a column assembly containing power cables, a motor housing with electric motor means which includes a stator can of a stator assembly and a rotor can of a rotor assembly, and an impeller assembly with an impeller connected to a shaft of the rotor assembly. The column assembly locates the motor housing with the electric motor means adjacent to the impeller which creates an hydraulic head, and which forces the liquid waste into the motor housing to cool the electric motor means and to lubricate radial and thrust bearing assemblies. Hard-on-hard bearing surfaces of the bearing assemblies and a ring assembly between the impeller and electric motor means act to grind down large particles in the liquid waste flow. These larger particles are received in slots in the static bearing members of the radial bearing assemblies. Only solid waste particles smaller than the clearances in the system can pass there through, thereby resisting damage to and the interruption of the operation of the mixer pump. 10 figs

  14. Pathogenesis of motor neuron disease

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    Xuefei Wang

    2006-01-01

    OBJECTIVE: To summarize and analyze the factors and theories related to the attack of motor neuron disease, and comprehensively investigate the pathogenesis of motor neuron disease.DATA SOURCES: A search of Pubmed database was undertaken to identify articles about motor neuron disease published in English from January 1994 to June 2006 by using the keywords of "neurodegenerative diseases". Other literatures were collected by retrieving specific journals and articles.STUDY SELECTION: The data were checked primarily, articles related to the pathogenesis of motor neuron disease were involved, and those obviously irrelated to the articles were excluded.DATA EXTRACTION: Totally 54 articles were collected, 30 of them were involved, and the other 24 were excluded.DATA SYNTHESIS: The pathogenesis of motor neuron disease has multiple factors, and the present related theories included free radical oxidation, excitotoxicity, genetic and immune factors, lack of neurotrophic factor,injury of neurofilament, etc. The studies mainly come from transgenic animal models, cell culture in vitro and patients with familial motor neuron disease, but there are still many restrictions and disadvantages.CONCLUSION: It is necessary to try to find whether there is internal association among different mechanisms,comprehensively investigate the pathogenesis of motor neuron diseases, in order to provide reliable evidence for the clinical treatment.

  15. Comparação do desenvolvimento motor de lactentes de mães adolescentes e adultas Motor development comparison between infants of adolescent and adult mothers

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    Naiane Sartori

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Este estudo objetivou caracterizar o desempenho motor de bebês de 0 a 16 meses, comparando o de bebês nascidos de mães adolescentes ao de bebês de mães adultas. Participaram 80 bebês, sendo 40 de mães adolescentes e 40 de mães adultas. Os instrumentos avaliativos foram a escala motora infantil de Alberta AIMS (Alberta infant motor scale e questionário para identificar as características biológicas. Os dados foram analisados estatisticamente. Os resultados da AIMS mostram pior desempenho motor dos bebês de mães adolescentes (p=0,002; p=0,001, além de suas inadequadas aquisições motoras nas posturas prono e em pé. Não foi encontrada associação significativa entre a maioria dos fatores biológicos analisados e o desenvolvimento motor dos bebês. Os resultados sugerem que a idade materna pode ser considerada fator de risco para atraso motor em crianças, porém ressalta-se a interação de diferentes fatores, aqui não controlados, influenciando as aquisições motoras de crianças, tais como as demandas da tarefa e as condições do ambiente.The purpose of the study was to compare motor development of infants aged 0 to 16 months born of teenage mothers to those of adult mothers. Eighty babies were assessed, 40 of which the children of teenage mothers, and 40 of adult mothers. Instruments used were the Alberta infant motor scale (AIMS and a questionnaire to collect biological information. Data were statistically analysed. Results show teenage mothers' infants to have delayed motor development as compared to adult mothers' ones (p=0.002; p=0.001, as well as their poor motor acquisitions in prone and standing positions. No association was found between infants' motor development and most of the biological factors analysed. Results hence suggest that early maternal age may be considered a risk factor to motor delay in infants, but attention should be paid to other factors such as task requirements and environmental conditions (here

  16. Entrenamiento motor en el continuo de la realidad a la virtualidad

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    Full Text Available Introducción. La trasformación de la capacidad de movimiento de las personas es un reto que el fisioterapeuta asume como estrategia de aprendizaje motor. Objetivo. Plantear los referentes teóricos y prácticos más relevantes en el uso de ambientes terapéuticos en el continuo de la realidad a la virtualidad en el entrenamiento motor de pacientes con accidente cerebrovascular y enfermedad de Parkinson. Materiales y métodos. Revisión de la literatura que analiza y aporta de manera conceptual, en el área de la rehabilitación y la fisioterapia, información sobre entrenamiento y aprendizaje motor. Resultados. Se evidencia potencial en el uso de la realidad virtual para la rehabilitación de alteraciones del movimiento debidas a disfunciones neurológicas. Las herramientas tecnológicas propias de la realidad virtual permiten un mayor conocimiento de los resultados con respecto a las características del movimiento, lo cual ayuda a mejorar el aprendizaje motor, en comparación con el entrenamiento tradicional. Conclusiones. Se requiere objetivar el proceso de rehabilitación para medir con precisión los cambios que producen estrategias de aprendizaje en las capacidades de movimiento de las personas con deficiencias del sistema neuromuscular para generar evidencia del impacto que tienen los programas de entrenamiento motor en el continuo de la realidad a la virtualidad.

  17. Desempenho motor de lactentes frequentadores de berçários em creches públicas Motor performance of infants attending the nurseries of public day care centers

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    Letícia Baltieri

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVO: Analisar o desempenho motor axial, apendicular e global e sua correlação com as características neonatais, familiares e de tempo de exposição à creche em crianças com idade entre 12-24 meses, frequentadoras de creches públicas. MÉTODOS: Estudo transversal com 40 lactentes (idade média 14,3±2,4 meses frequentadores de creches públicas. Os participantes foram avaliados quanto ao desempenho motor com a Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development-III, a qual possibilita análise do desempenho motor e comparação dos domínios motores axial e apendicular. Foram coletados dados neonatais, familiares e de exposição à creche e pesquisou-se a correlação destes fatores ao desempenho motor. Foi utilizado o teste t pareado para comparar médias e a correlação de Pearson. RESULTADOS: O desempenho motor do grupo esteve, em média, abaixo da referência, com 22,5% das crianças classificadas como suspeitas de atraso nos desempenhos axial e global, contrastando com nenhuma no domínio apendicular. A comparação axial e apendicular apontou diferença significativa, com desempenho axial aquém do apendicular, além de 35% do grupo ter apresentado discrepância significativa entre esses domínios. Não foi encontrada correlação linear entre os domínios motores avaliados e as variáveis neonatais, familiares e de exposição à creche. CONCLUSÕES: O desempenho motor global do grupo esteve abaixo da média de referência, com desempenho motor axial inferior ao apendicular e importante discrepância entre esses. Recomenda-se atenção às habilidades motoras axiais e às oportunidades de exploração que o ambiente em creches pode propiciar, especialmente no decorrer dos dois primeiros anos de vida.OBJECTIVE: To analyze gross, fine and global motor performance and its correlation with neonatal and familial variables and day care exposure among children between 12-24 months of age attending public day care centers. METHODS: This

  18. Mezclas gasolina-etanol en motores de combustión interna en Colombia

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    Juan Mantilla

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available En este trabajo se analiza el cambio sobre el desempeño y las emisiones de los motores encendidos por chispa cuando la gasolina es reemplazada por una mezcla de gasolina y etanol. Inicialmente se investiga la diferencia en las propiedades fisicoquímicas del combustible, y sus posibles efectos sobre el motor. Posteriormente se examina el efecto documentado del cambio de combustible en el desempeño y las emisiones del motor. Para llevar a cabo estos objetivos se realizó una revisión bibliográfica profunda de estos temas que sirve para proponer nuevas preguntas de acuerdo con el entorno colombiano. Los resultados de todos los puntos considerados indican que para que el cambio de combustible se convierta en una política efectiva, diferentes modificaciones deben realizarse al combustible y a los motores. Las inquietudes planteadas, junto con los resultados del análisis llevado a cabo, pueden utilizarse además como insumo para continuar con el desarrollo de trabajos de investigación e innovación tendientes a aprovechar el potencial del etanol como combustible.

  19. Indexación y posicionamiento de los repositorios en motores de búsqueda

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    Prieto Jiménez, Antonio Juan

    2015-01-01

    Taller presentat al XIV Workshop Rebiun de Poyectos Digitales / VI Jornadas OS-Repositorios (Córdoba, 11-13 de març de 2015) En el taller se exponen diversas utilidades, además de aspectos a tener en cuenta para la correcta indexación de los repositorio en motores de búsqueda generales y académicos haciendo especial referencia a los cambios desarrollados en DSpace en las últimas versiones para mejorar este aspecto. A la vez también se repasan conceptos válidos para cualquier repositorio c...

  20. Hereditary motor neuropathies and motor neuron diseases: which is which.

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    Hanemann, Clemens O; Ludolph, Albert C

    2002-12-01

    When Charcot first defined amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) he used the clinical and neuropathological pattern of vulnerability as a guideline. Similarly other motor neuron diseases such as the spinal muscular atrophies (SMA) and the motor neuropathies (MN) were grouped following clinical criteria. However, ever since the etiology of these diseases has started to be disclosed by genetics, we have learnt that the limits of the syndromes are not as well defined as our forefathers thought. A mutation leading to ALS can also be associated with the clinical picture of spinal muscular atrophy; even more unexpected is the overlap of the so-called motor neuropathies with the clinical syndrome of slowly progressive ALS or that primary lateral sclerosis (PLS) can be caused by the same gene as that responsible for some cases of ALS. In this review we summarise recent work showing that there is a considerable overlap between CMT, MN, SMA, ALS and PLS. Insights into these phenotypes should lead to study of the variants of motor neuron disease and possibly to a reclassification. This comprehensive review should help to improve understanding of the pathogenesis of motor neuron degeneration and finally may aid the research for urgently needed new treatment strategies, perhaps with validity for the entire group of motor neuron diseases.

  1. Avaliação da estimulação sensório-motora-oral na transição da alimentação enteral para a via oral plena em recém-nascidos pré-termo Evaluation of sensory-motor-oral stimulation in the transition from gastric tube to full oral feeding in preterm newborns

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    Magda Aline Bauer

    2009-12-01

    Full Text Available OBJETIVOS: avaliar a influência da estimulação sensório-motora-oral (SMO sobre o ganho de peso, tempo para realizar a transição da sonda para a via oral e, indiretamente, sobre a alta hospitalar de pré-termos. MÉTODOS: estudo de intervenção, do tipo ensaio clínico controlado, que incluiu 24 pré-termos, internados na UTI Neonatal do Hospital Universitário de Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil, entre maio de 2007 e março de 2008, alocados, por sorteio, em grupo estimulado (GE e controle (GC. A análise das diferenças entre os grupos foi testada utilizando o teste t-Student independente e exato de Fisher (valor de pOBJECTIVES: to evaluate the influence of sensory-motor-oral (SMO stimulation on weight gain, the time taken to make the transition from tube-to oral feeding and, indirectly, on the duration of hospitalization of preterm infants. METHODS: a controlled clinical intervention study was carried out with 24 preterm infants hospitalized in the Neonatal ICU of the Santa Maria University Hospital in the State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, between May 2007 and March 2008, divided randomly into a treatment (TG and control group (CG. The analysis of the differences between the groups was tested using Student's independent t-test and Fisher's exact test (with a p value <0.05. RESULTS: there was no statistical difference in terms of anthropometrical measurements, although the daily weight gain was higher in the TG (p=0.16. The TG group made a full transition from tube-to oral feeding on average 1.6 days earlier than the CG, 83.3% of the children in the TG making the transition within seven days, compared to only 38.9% of the control group. There was no difference in terms of the length of stay in hospital between the two groups (p=0.48. CONCLUSIONS: SMO stimulation was likely to lead to a swifter transition from tube-to oral feeding, without any adverse effect on weight gain in preterm newborns. No influence on the length of stay in

  2. The change in perceived motor competence and motor task values during elementary school : Gender and motor performance differences

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    Noordstar, J.J.; van der Net, J.; Jak, S.; Helders, P.J.M.; Jongmans, M.J.

    2016-01-01

    Participation in motor activities is essential for social interaction and life satisfaction in children. Self-perceptions and task values have a central position in why children do or do not participate in (motor) activities. Investigating developmental changes in motor self-perceptions and motor

  3. 'Motor control center obsolescence'

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    Irish, C.S.

    2003-01-01

    A significant and growing problem within the global nuclear industry is the aging of motor control center (MCC) components. MCC's have a very important role in the safety and critical to generation requirements of a nuclear power plant. Although many OEM's MCC's such as ITE/Telemechanique, GE, Westinghouse, Cutler Hammer, Klockner Moeller, etc. have been used throughout the global nuclear industry, they all have one common aspect obsolescence. Obsolescence of various components within the MCC's such as molded case circuit breakers, starters, relays, heaters, contactors, etc. are impacting the reliability of the MCC to serve its intended function. The paper will discuss the options which the nuclear industry is faced with to increase the reliability of the MCC's while maintaining design control, qualification and meeting budget constraints. The options as listed below shall be discussed in detail with examples to enhance the readers understanding of the situation: 1) Component by component replacement: The hurdles associated with trying to find equivalent components to replace the obsolete components while still worki (mechanically and electrically) in the original cubicle will be presented. 2) Complete MCC cubicle with new internal components replacement: The process of supplying a replacement cubicle, with all new internal components and new door to replace the original cubicle will be discussed. The presentation will conclude with a comparison of the advantages and dis-advantages of the two methods to bring the MCC to an as new condition with the overall goal of increasing reliability. (author)

  4. Methodology to monitor and diagnostic vibrations of the motor-pumps used in the primary cooling system of IEAR-1 nuclear research reactor; Metodologia para monitoracao e diagnostico de vibracao das bombas moto-operadas do circuito primario de refrigeracao do Reator IEA-R1

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    Benevenuti, Erion de Lima

    2004-07-01

    The objectives of this study are to establish a strategy to monitor and diagnose vibrations of the motor pumps used in the primary reactor cooling system of the IEA-R1 nuclear research reactor, to verify the possibility of using the existing installed monitoring vibration system and to implement such strategy in a continuous way. Four types of mechanical problems were considered: unbalancing, misalignment, gaps and faults in bearings. An adequate set of analysis tools, well established by the industry, was selected. These are: global measurements of vibration, velocity spectrum and acceleration envelope spectrum. Three sources of data and information were used; the data measured from the primary pumps, experimental results obtained with a Spectra Quest machine used to simulate mechanical defects and data from the literature. The results show that, for the specific case of the motor-pumps of IEA-R1 nuclear research reactor, although the technique using the envelope of acceleration, which is not available in the current system used to monitor the vibration of the motor pumps, is the one with best performance, the other techniques available in the system are sufficient to monitor the four types of mechanical problems mentioned. The proposed strategy is shown and detailed in this work. (author)

  5. Aberrant supplementary motor complex and limbic activity during motor preparation in motor conversion disorder.

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    Voon, Valerie; Brezing, Christina; Gallea, Cecile; Hallett, Mark

    2011-11-01

    Conversion disorder (CD) is characterized by unexplained neurological symptoms presumed related to psychological issues. The main hypotheses to explain conversion paralysis, characterized by a lack of movement, include impairments in either motor intention or disruption of motor execution, and further, that hyperactive self-monitoring, limbic processing or top-down regulation from higher order frontal regions may interfere with motor execution. We have recently shown that CD with positive abnormal or excessive motor symptoms was associated with greater amygdala activity to arousing stimuli along with greater functional connectivity between the amygdala and supplementary motor area. Here we studied patients with such symptoms focusing on motor initiation. Subjects performed either an internally or externally generated 2-button action selection task in a functional MRI study. Eleven CD patients without major depression and 11 age- and gender-matched normal volunteers were assessed. During both internally and externally generated movement, conversion disorder patients relative to normal volunteers had lower left supplementary motor area (SMA) (implicated in motor initiation) and higher right amygdala, left anterior insula, and bilateral posterior cingulate activity (implicated in assigning emotional salience). These findings were confirmed in a subgroup analysis of patients with tremor symptoms. During internally versus externally generated action in CD patients, the left SMA had lower functional connectivity with bilateral dorsolateral prefrontal cortices. We propose a theory in which previously mapped conversion motor representations may in an arousing context hijack the voluntary action selection system, which is both hypoactive and functionally disconnected from prefrontal top-down regulation. Copyright © 2011 Movement Disorder Society.

  6. Aberrant supplementary motor complex and limbic activity during motor preparation in motor conversion disorder

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    Voon, V; Brezing, C; Gallea, C; Hallett, M

    2014-01-01

    Background Conversion disorder is characterized by unexplained neurological symptoms presumed related to psychological issues. The main hypotheses to explain conversion paralysis, characterized by a lack of movement, include impairments in either motor intention or disruption of motor execution, and further, that hyperactive self-monitoring, limbic processing or top-down regulation from higher order frontal regions may interfere with motor execution. We have recently shown that conversion disorder with positive abnormal or excessive motor symptoms was associated with greater amygdala activity to arousing stimuli along with greater functional connectivity between the amgydala and supplementary motor area. Here we studied patients with such symptoms focusing on motor initiation. Methods Subjects performed either an internally or externally generated two-button action selection task in a functional MRI study. Results Eleven conversion disorder patients without major depression and 11 age- and gender-matched normal volunteers were assessed. During both internally and externally generated movement, conversion disorder patients relative to normal volunteers had lower left supplementary motor area (SMA) (implicated in motor initiation) and higher right amygdala, left anterior insula and bilateral posterior cingulate activity (implicated in assigning emotional salience). These findings were confirmed in a subgroup analysis of patients with tremor symptoms. During internally versus externally generated action in CD patients, the left SMA had lower functional connectivity with bilateral dorsolateral prefrontal cortices. Conclusion We propose a theory in which previously mapped conversion motor representations may in an arousing context hijack the voluntary action selection system which is both hypoactive and functionally disconnected from prefrontal top-down regulation. PMID:21935985

  7. Honda Motor Company's CVCC Engine

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    1980-01-01

    From 1968 to 1972, Honda Motor Co. of Japan designed, tested, and massproduced a stratified charge engine, the CVCC, which was lower in carbon monoxide, hydrocarbon, and nitrogen oxide emissions and higher in fuel economy than contemporary convention...

  8. Fault diagnosis of induction motors

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    Faiz, Jawad; Joksimović, Gojko

    2017-01-01

    This book is a comprehensive, structural approach to fault diagnosis strategy. The different fault types, signal processing techniques, and loss characterisation are addressed in the book. This is essential reading for work with induction motors for transportation and energy.

  9. 78 FR 66801 - Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee; Charter Renewal

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    2013-11-06

    ... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [Docket No. FMCSA-2006-26367] Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee; Charter Renewal AGENCY: Federal Motor Carrier Safety... and recommendations on motor carrier safety programs and motor carrier safety regulations through a...

  10. Electrical stimulation and motor recovery.

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    Young, Wise

    2015-01-01

    In recent years, several investigators have successfully regenerated axons in animal spinal cords without locomotor recovery. One explanation is that the animals were not trained to use the regenerated connections. Intensive locomotor training improves walking recovery after spinal cord injury (SCI) in people, and >90% of people with incomplete SCI recover walking with training. Although the optimal timing, duration, intensity, and type of locomotor training are still controversial, many investigators have reported beneficial effects of training on locomotor function. The mechanisms by which training improves recovery are not clear, but an attractive theory is available. In 1949, Donald Hebb proposed a famous rule that has been paraphrased as "neurons that fire together, wire together." This rule provided a theoretical basis for a widely accepted theory that homosynaptic and heterosynaptic activity facilitate synaptic formation and consolidation. In addition, the lumbar spinal cord has a locomotor center, called the central pattern generator (CPG), which can be activated nonspecifically with electrical stimulation or neurotransmitters to produce walking. The CPG is an obvious target to reconnect after SCI. Stimulating motor cortex, spinal cord, or peripheral nerves can modulate lumbar spinal cord excitability. Motor cortex stimulation causes long-term changes in spinal reflexes and synapses, increases sprouting of the corticospinal tract, and restores skilled forelimb function in rats. Long used to treat chronic pain, motor cortex stimuli modify lumbar spinal network excitability and improve lower extremity motor scores in humans. Similarly, epidural spinal cord stimulation has long been used to treat pain and spasticity. Subthreshold epidural stimulation reduces the threshold for locomotor activity. In 2011, Harkema et al. reported lumbosacral epidural stimulation restores motor control in chronic motor complete patients. Peripheral nerve or functional electrical

  11. Mathematical modeling of molecular motors

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    Keller, Peter

    2013-01-01

    Amongst the many complex processes taking place in living cells, transport of cargoes across the cytosceleton is fundamental to cell viability and activity. To move cargoes between the different cell parts, cells employ Molecular Motors. The motors operate by transporting cargoes along the so-called cellular micro-tubules, namely rope-like structures that connect, for instance, the cell-nucleus and outer membrane. We introduce a new Markov Chain, the killed Quasi-Random-Walk, for such transpo...

  12. Segmented rail linear induction motor

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    Cowan, Jr., Maynard; Marder, Barry M.

    1996-01-01

    A segmented rail linear induction motor has a segmented rail consisting of a plurality of nonferrous electrically conductive segments aligned along a guideway. The motor further includes a carriage including at least one pair of opposed coils fastened to the carriage for moving the carriage. A power source applies an electric current to the coils to induce currents in the conductive surfaces to repel the coils from adjacent edges of the conductive surfaces.

  13. Motor performance of preschool children

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    Karina Słonka; Manuela Dyas; Tadeusz Słonka; Tomasz Szurmik

    2017-01-01

    Introduction: Pre‑school age is a period of intensive development when children shape their posture, habits and motor memory. Movement is child's physiological need.  Motive activity supports not only physical development, but also psychical, intellectual and social.   Aim: The aim of the study is to assess motor ability in preschool children from the city of Opole and District Dobrzeń Wielki. Materials and methods: The research involved 228 children, aged 5 and 6. The method used in...

  14. Paliperidone-associated motor tics.

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    Hsieh, Ming-Han; Chiu, Nan-Ying

    2014-01-01

    Paliperidone-associated motor tics. Case report. We report a 30-year-old man with schizophrenia who developed motor tics (eye blinking) after treatment of paliperidone up to 15 mg daily. Tic-like symptoms, from simple eye blinking to complex Tourette-like syndrome, may occur during paliperidone treatment, especially with high dose. Crown Copyright © 2014. Published by Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  15. High-speed AC motors

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    Jokinen, T.; Arkkio, A. [Helsinki University of Technology Laboratory of Electromechanics, Otaniemi (Finland)

    1997-12-31

    The paper deals with various types of highspeed electric motors, and their limiting powers. Standard machines with laminated rotors can be utilised if the speed is moderate. The solid rotor construction makes it possible to reach higher power and speed levels than those of laminated rotors. The development work on high-speed motors done at Helsinki University of Technology is presented, too. (orig.) 12 refs.

  16. Estrategias para negociaciones exitosas.

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    José B. Parra V; Evelinda Santiago J.; Misael Murillo M.; Candy Atonal N.

    2010-01-01

    Las estrategias de negociación son herramientas para disminuir conflictos o para intercambiar bienes y servicios. Una negociación exitosa crea relaciones de solidaridad y propicia reciprocidad, cooperación y confianza para quienes tendrán relaciones permanentes de negociación con beneficios para ambas partes. Una estrategia de negociación exitosa requiere manejar el desarrollo del ambiente social del grupo de personas, con la finalidad de tener presente las fronteras que no pueden irrumpirse....

  17. Electric motor for laser-mechanical drilling

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    Grubb, Daryl L.; Faircloth, Brian O.; Zediker, Mark S.

    2015-07-07

    A high power laser drilling system utilizing an electric motor laser bottom hole assembly. A high power laser beam travels within the electric motor for advancing a borehole. High power laser drilling system includes a down hole electrical motor having a hollow rotor for conveying a high power laser beam through the electrical motor.

  18. Electric motor for laser-mechanical drilling

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    Grubb, Daryl L.; Faircloth, Brian O.; Zediker, Mark S.

    2017-10-10

    A high power laser drilling system utilizing an electric motor laser bottom hole assembly. A high power laser beam travels within the electric motor for performing a laser operation. A system includes a down hole electrical motor having a hollow rotor for conveying a high power laser beam having a wavelength less than 1060 nm through the electrical motor.

  19. Rehabilitación de un motor de cuatro tiempos y elaboración de guías de laboratorío y de mantenimiento

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    Polit Chica, Javier; Barriga A, Alfredo

    2009-01-01

    Para empezar este proyecto y ejecutarlo tanto teóricamente como prácticamente, se necesitó rehabilitar el motor y ponerlo a punto, lo que involucró el cambio de algunas piezas que no estaban en funcionamiento y arreglo de otras que lo requerían. Una vez que logramos que el motor funcione perfectamente, se procedió a realizar las pruebas requeridas para poder concluir que el motor estaba funcionando bien, estas prueba involucraban el cambio de algunos parámetros como carga, número de revolucio...

  20. Control of non-conventional synchronous motors

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    Louis, Jean-Paul

    2013-01-01

    Classical synchronous motors are the most effective device to drive industrial production systems and robots with precision and rapidity. However, numerous applications require efficient controls in non-conventional situations. Firstly, this is the case with synchronous motors supplied by thyristor line-commutated inverters, or with synchronous motors with faults on one or several phases. Secondly, many drive systems use non-conventional motors such as polyphase (more than three phases) synchronous motors, synchronous motors with double excitation, permanent magnet linear synchronous motors,

  1. “Elaboración e implementación de una guía didáctica “ el motor del saber“ en base a técnicas activas de aprendizaje para fortalecer el proceso de enseñanza aprendizaje de octavo a décimo año en la asignatura de ciencias naturales de la escuela de educación básica " Tnte. Crnel. John merino b." El Tablón, del cantón Colta en el año lectivo 2013 - 2014”

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    Paguay Cacuango, Verónica Isabel

    2015-01-01

    De acuerdo al análisis realizado a los estudiantes verifiqué que tienen dificultad de aprendizaje porque no desarrollar la creatividad, criticidad, el razonamiento en Ciencias Naturales, por tal razón he sentido la necesidad de la “Elaboración e Implementación de una Guía Didáctica El Motor del Saber en base a Técnicas Activas de aprendizaje para fortalecer el proceso de enseñanza aprendizaje de octavo a décimo año en la asignatura de Ciencias Naturales de la Escuela de Educación Básica Tnt...

  2. Movement Sonification: Audiovisual benefits on motor learning

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    Weber Andreas

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Processes of motor control and learning in sports as well as in motor rehabilitation are based on perceptual functions and emergent motor representations. Here a new method of movement sonification is described which is designed to tune in more comprehensively the auditory system into motor perception to enhance motor learning. Usually silent features of the cyclic movement pattern "indoor rowing" are sonified in real time to make them additionally available to the auditory system when executing the movement. Via real time sonification movement perception can be enhanced in terms of temporal precision and multi-channel integration. But beside the contribution of a single perceptual channel to motor perception and motor representation also mechanisms of multisensory integration can be addressed, if movement sonification is configured adequately: Multimodal motor representations consisting of at least visual, auditory and proprioceptive components - can be shaped subtly resulting in more precise motor control and enhanced motor learning.

  3. The application of frequency converters and/or high efficiency motors in fans; Aplicacion de convertidores de frecuencia y/o motores de alta eficiencia en ventiladores

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    Delmar S, A. [Eficiencia Energetica, S.A. de C.V., Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1995-12-31

    In this paper the characteristic curves of fans will be analyzed, some of the opportunities for energy conservation that can be applied and the precautions that have to be taken when a high efficiency motor is selected for this type of equipment. [Espanol] En este articulo se describiran las curvas caracteristicas de los ventiladores, algunas de las oportunidades de ahorro de energia que se pueden aplicar y las precauciones que hay que tomar cuando se seleccione un motor de alta eficiencia para estos equipos

  4. The application of frequency converters and/or high efficiency motors in fans; Aplicacion de convertidores de frecuencia y/o motores de alta eficiencia en ventiladores

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    Delmar S, A [Eficiencia Energetica, S.A. de C.V., Mexico, D. F. (Mexico)

    1996-12-31

    In this paper the characteristic curves of fans will be analyzed, some of the opportunities for energy conservation that can be applied and the precautions that have to be taken when a high efficiency motor is selected for this type of equipment. [Espanol] En este articulo se describiran las curvas caracteristicas de los ventiladores, algunas de las oportunidades de ahorro de energia que se pueden aplicar y las precauciones que hay que tomar cuando se seleccione un motor de alta eficiencia para estos equipos

  5. 41 CFR 102-34.85 - What motor vehicles require motor vehicle identification?

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    2010-07-01

    ... 41 Public Contracts and Property Management 3 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false What motor vehicles require motor vehicle identification? 102-34.85 Section 102-34.85 Public Contracts and Property Management... 34-MOTOR VEHICLE MANAGEMENT Identifying and Registering Motor Vehicles Motor Vehicle Identification...

  6. Applications of superconductors to electric motors

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    McConnell, B.W.

    1988-01-01

    This paper reviews previous experience in applying superconductors to electric motors and examines the difficulties encountered. While motors and generators have a common basis, several significant differences exist. The application of high temperature superconductors to the major electric motor types is discussed and expected difficulties are presented. The limitations imposed by various motor designs are reflected in a statement of the desired material properties for high temperature superconductor electric motor applications

  7. Space shuttle booster separation motor design

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    Smith, G. W.; Chase, C. A.

    1976-01-01

    The separation characteristics of the space shuttle solid rocket boosters (SRBs) are introduced along with the system level requirements for the booster separation motors (BSMs). These system requirements are then translated into specific motor requirements that control the design of the BSM. Each motor component is discussed including its geometry, material selection, and fabrication process. Also discussed is the propellant selection, grain design, and performance capabilities of the motor. The upcoming test program to develop and qualify the motor is outlined.

  8. Depressive symptoms and motor performance in the elderly: a population based study Sintomas depressivos e desempenho motor em idosos: estudo de base populacional

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    Kleyton T. Santos

    2012-08-01

    intervalo de confiança de 95%. RESULTADOS: Para todos os testes motores, o desempenho motor foi negativamente associado à sintomatologia depressiva, independentemente do sexo, idade, saber ler e escrever, renda familiar per capita e atividade física. Idosos com sintomas depressivos possuem entre 58% e 82% mais limitação funcional, a depender do teste de desempenho motor. CONCLUSÕES: Conclui-se que existe uma relação inversa entre sintomas depressivos e desempenho motor em idosos.

  9. Motor demand-dependent activation of ipsilateral motor cortex.

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    Buetefisch, Cathrin M; Revill, Kate Pirog; Shuster, Linda; Hines, Benjamin; Parsons, Michael

    2014-08-15

    The role of ipsilateral primary motor cortex (M1) in hand motor control during complex task performance remains controversial. Bilateral M1 activation is inconsistently observed in functional (f)MRI studies of unilateral hand performance. Two factors limit the interpretation of these data. As the motor tasks differ qualitatively in these studies, it is conceivable that M1 contributions differ with the demand on skillfulness. Second, most studies lack the verification of a strictly unilateral execution of the motor task during the acquisition of imaging data. Here, we use fMRI to determine whether ipsilateral M1 activity depends on the demand for precision in a pointing task where precision varied quantitatively while movement trajectories remained equal. Thirteen healthy participants used an MRI-compatible joystick to point to targets of four different sizes in a block design. A clustered acquisition technique allowed simultaneous fMRI/EMG data collection and confirmed that movements were strictly unilateral. Accuracy of performance increased with target size. Overall, the pointing task revealed activation in contralateral and ipsilateral M1, extending into contralateral somatosensory and parietal areas. Target size-dependent activation differences were found in ipsilateral M1 extending into the temporal/parietal junction, where activation increased with increasing demand on accuracy. The results suggest that ipsilateral M1 is active during the execution of a unilateral motor task and that its activity is modulated by the demand on precision. Copyright © 2014 the American Physiological Society.

  10. Changes of motor-cortical oscillations associated with motor learning.

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    Pollok, B; Latz, D; Krause, V; Butz, M; Schnitzler, A

    2014-09-05

    Motor learning results from practice but also between practice sessions. After skill acquisition early consolidation results in less interference with other motor tasks and even improved performance of the newly learned skill. A specific significance of the primary motor cortex (M1) for early consolidation has been suggested. Since synchronized oscillatory activity is assumed to facilitate neuronal plasticity, we here investigate alterations of motor-cortical oscillations by means of event-related desynchronization (ERD) at alpha (8-12 Hz) and beta (13-30 Hz) frequencies in healthy humans. Neuromagnetic activity was recorded using a 306-channel whole-head magnetoencephalography (MEG) system. ERD was investigated in 15 subjects during training on a serial reaction time task and 10 min after initial training. The data were compared with performance during a randomly varying sequence serving as control condition. The data reveal a stepwise decline of alpha-band ERD associated with faster reaction times replicating previous findings. The amount of beta-band suppression was significantly correlated with reduction of reaction times. While changes of alpha power have been related to lower cognitive control after initial skill acquisition, the present data suggest that the amount of beta suppression represents a neurophysiological marker of early cortical reorganization associated with motor learning. Copyright © 2014 IBRO. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  12. Submersible canned motor transfer pump

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    Guardiani, R.F.; Pollick, R.D.; Nyilas, C.P.; Denmeade, T.J.

    1997-01-01

    A transfer pump is described which is used in a waste tank for transferring high-level radioactive liquid waste from a waste tank and having a column assembly, a canned electric motor means, and an impeller assembly with an upper impeller and a lower impeller connected to a shaft of a rotor assembly. The column assembly locates a motor housing with the electric motor means adjacent to the impeller assembly which creates an hydraulic head, and which forces the liquid waste, into the motor housing to cool the electric motor means and to cool and/or lubricate the radial and thrust bearing assemblies. Hard-on-hard bearing surfaces of the bearing assemblies and a ring assembly between the upper impeller and electric motor means grind large particles in the liquid waste flow. Slots in the static bearing member of the radial bearing assemblies further grind down the solid waste particles so that only particles smaller than the clearances in the system can pass there through, thereby resisting damage to and the interruption of the operation of the transfer pump. The column assembly is modular so that sections can be easily assembled, disassembled and/or removed. A second embodiment employs a stator jacket which provides an alternate means for cooling the electric motor means and lubricating and/or cooling the bearing assemblies, and a third embodiment employs a variable level suction device which allows liquid waste to be drawn into the transfer pump from varying and discrete levels in the waste tank. 17 figs

  13. Análisis y validación de varios mecanismos de cinética química por comparación con datos experimentales de un motor 2T de automoción y propuesta de un nuevo combustible de sustitución para la gasolina de 98 octanos

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    LLAMAZARES LÓPEZ, MARCOS

    2016-01-01

    [ES] Debido a la nueva legislación que regula las emisiones de óxidos de nitrógeno (NOx), el estudio de nuevas formas de controlar y reducir dichas emisiones ha adquirido una mayor importancia. El control de emisiones realizando post-tratamientos a los gases de escape tiene diversos inconvenientes, siendo los principales el elevado coste económico de los mismos y la necesidad de introducir nuevos elementos en el escape del motor dificultando el mantenimiento. Por ello, es de gr...

  14. Variability and practice load in motor learning. [Variabilidad y carga de práctica en el aprendizaje motor].

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    Francisco Javier Moreno

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Previous studies have pointed out the convenience of taking the characteristics of the skill to be learned and the intrinsic characteristics of the learners into account when designing practice tasks. Nevertheless, few studies have manipulated the amount of variable practice. The ability to adapt, as an inherent feature of biological systems, can be an adequate framework to explain and predict motor learning processes. This paper is based on adaption processes explained under the theory of allostasis and the general adaption syndrome and shares the background of the Dynamic Systems Theory, to propose the concept of practice load as a useful tool to quantify variability of practice in motor learning. From this standpoint, the conditions of variable practice are reviewed to be a stimulus in an adequate magnitude and direction to take the learner to a higher level of performance and hence to optimize motor learning. Resumen Muchos autores han recomendado la conveniencia de ajustar los niveles de práctica variable teniendo en cuenta las características de la tarea y la variabilidad intrínseca que muestra el aprendiz en la ejecución de la habilidad. Sin embargo, no son numerosos los trabajos que han manipulado varios niveles de cantidad de variabilidad al practicar. La capacidad de adaptación, como rasgo de los sistemas biológicos puede resultar un marco adecuado para afrontar esta cuestión. En este trabajo, apoyado en los procesos de adaptación explicados bajo las teorías de alostasis y el síndrome general de adaptación (GAS, y bajo presupuestos compartidos por la Teoría General de Sistemas Dinámicos, propondrá el concepto de carga de práctica como una herramienta para cuantificar la práctica en el aprendizaje motor. Bajo esta perspectiva se revisan las condiciones en las que la práctica en variabilidad debe modularse, para suponer una estimulación que facilite al aprendiz una adaptación a un nivel de rendimiento superior y con

  15. 77 FR 65765 - Petition for Exemption From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; General...

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    2012-10-30

    ... the vehicle. The antenna module translates the radio frequency signal received from the key into a... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Petition for Exemption From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; General Motors Corporation AGENCY...

  16. 77 FR 25534 - Petition for Exemption From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; General...

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    2012-04-30

    ... response back to the vehicle. The antenna module translates the radio frequency signal received from the... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Petition for Exemption From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; General Motors Corporation AGENCY...

  17. 75 FR 22317 - Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Small Business Impacts of Motor Vehicle Safety

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    2010-04-28

    ... 1300 [Docket No. NHTSA-2010-0054] Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards; Small Business Impacts of Motor Vehicle Safety AGENCY: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Department of..., multipurpose passenger vehicles, trucks, buses, trailers, incomplete vehicles, motorcycles, and motor vehicle...

  18. Comparison of Linear Induction Motor Theories for the LIMRV and TLRV Motors

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    1978-01-01

    The Oberretl, Yamamura, and Mosebach theories of the linear induction motor are described and also applied to predict performance characteristics of the TLRV & LIMRV linear induction motors. The effect of finite motor width and length on performance ...

  19. 46 CFR 169.684 - Overcurrent protection for motors and motor branch circuits.

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    2010-10-01

    ...) NAUTICAL SCHOOLS SAILING SCHOOL VESSELS Machinery and Electrical Electrical Installations Operating at... motor that is responsive to motor current or to both motor current and temperature may be used. (b) The...

  20. Evaluación del funcionamiento de motores de combustión interna trabajando con biodiesel. // Evaluation of engine performance working with biodiesel.

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    R. Piloto Rodríguez; R. Sierens; S. Verhelst; N. Ferrer Frontela

    2008-01-01

    En el presente trabajo se determinó la característica exterior de velocidad para dos motores de combustión internatrabajando con combustible biodiesel procedente de varias fuentes naturales y se comparó con la característica exterior develocidad de los motores originalmente trabajando con combustible diesel. Los motores fueron evaluados con variacionesde carga y velocidad. En uno de los motores ensayados fue determinada la presión en el interior de la cámara decombustión con el objetivo de ev...

  1. Electrical energy saving in motors and frequency variators; Ahorro de energia electrica en motores y variadores de frecuencia

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    Garcia Neri, Roger [Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) (Mexico)

    2005-07-01

    The necessity of saving energy is urgent and undeniable. We must already begin with the rational use of energy. Which is obtaining the maximum benefit of the consumed energy and of the necessary facilities for its generation, transmission and use. Guaranteeing at the same time an operation free of interferences or interruptions for the users. The electricity in alternating current does not allow its storage, reason why it is necessary to generate and distribute it at the precise moment when it is required. This forces to determine the proportions of the generation facilities, to be able to feed the periods of maximum demand called {sup p}eaks{sup .} It is this very point where the problem of the inappropriate use of the electrical energy starts. The energy waste is self-evident during the periods of low demand because of the low efficiency of the sub-utilized facilities. Electrical motors of the induction type use approximately more than 60% of the energy in the industry. If we use high efficiency motors instead of standard motors, a better advantage of the energy demanded from Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) is obtained. [Spanish] Es impostergable e innegable la necesidad de ahorrar energia. Tenemos que empezar ya con el uso racional de la energia: Obtener el maximo beneficio de la energia consumida y de las instalaciones necesarias para su generacion, transmision y utilizacion. Garantizando a los usuarios un funcionamiento sin interferencias o interrupciones. La electricidad en corriente alterna no permite su almacenamiento, por lo que es necesario generarla y distribuirla en el momento preciso en que es requerida. Esto obliga a dimensionar las instalaciones de generacion, para poder alimentar los periodos de maxima demanda llamados pico. Desde esta parte inicia el problema de la mala utilizacion de la energia electrica. Ya que en los periodos de baja demanda, las instalaciones se encuentran subutilizadas y si su eficiencia es muy baja, el desperdicio de

  2. APRENDIZAJE MOTOR Y SÍNDROME GENERAL DE ADAPTACIÓN

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    F. J. Moreno

    2010-09-01

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    Este trabajo examina las posibilidades del Síndrome General de Adaptación como un marco de referencia para explicar y predecir los cambios producidos por el Aprendizaje Motor. Se parte de la consideración del ser humano como un sistema complejo en continua interacción con su entorno y el aprendizaje como un proceso de adaptación a las condiciones impuestas por la tarea. Se propone el concepto de carga de práctica análogo al de carga de entrenamiento, considerando que la práctica, vehículo del aprendizaje, debe aplicarse como una estimulación suficiente como para desencadenar en el aprendiz una adaptación a un nuevo nivel de rendimiento. En base a esta propuesta, se relacionan los principios del entrenamiento deportivo con el aprendizaje de habilidades motrices. Se formula una perspectiva teórica que trata de explicar de forma común los procesos de modificación de los patrones motores independientemente del nivel de complejidad, conllevando los mismos principios relacionados con la adaptación a una carga y aportando criterios para elaborar unos principios generales de actuación que deberían ayudar a diseñar las tareas de aprendizaje.
    Palabras Clave:Aprendizaje Motor, adaptación, sistemas complejos, entrenamiento, técnica.

     

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    This work examines the General Adaptation Syndrome like a suitable framework to explain motor learning processes. Human motor behaviour is viewed like a complex system continuously interacting in the environment. Motor learning is proposed as an adaptation process to the tasks constraints. Training loads and practice load are also considered analogous. Practice is the

  3. On line protection systems for induction motors

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    Colak, I.; Celik, H.; Sefa, I.; Demirbas, S.

    2005-01-01

    Protection of induction motors is very important since they are widely used in industry for many applications due to their high robustness, reliability, low cost and maintenance, high efficiency and long service life. So, protecting these motors is crucial for operations. This paper presents a combined protection approach for induction motors. To achieve this, the electrical values of the induction motor were measured with sensitivity ±1% through a data acquisition card and processed with software developed in Visual C++. An on line protection system for induction motors was achieved easily and effectively. The experimental results have shown that the induction motor was protected against the possible problems faced during the operation. The software developed for this protection provides flexible and reliable media for operators and their motors. It is expected that the motor protection achieved in this study might be faster than the classical techniques and also may be applied to larger motors easily after small modifications of the software

  4. Mirror neurons and motor intentionality.

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    Rizzolatti, Giacomo; Sinigaglia, Corrado

    2007-01-01

    Our social life rests to a large extent on our ability to understand the intentions of others. What are the bases of this ability? A very influential view is that we understand the intentions of others because we are able to represent them as having mental states. Without this meta-representational (mind-reading) ability their behavior would be meaningless to us. Over the past few years this view has been challenged by neurophysiological findings and, in particular, by the discovery of mirror neurons. The functional properties of these neurons indicate that intentional understanding is based primarily on a mechanism that directly matches the sensory representation of the observed actions with one's own motor representation of those same actions. These findings reveal how deeply motor and intentional components of action are intertwined, suggesting that both can be fully comprehended only starting from a motor approach to intentionality.

  5. Induction Motors by Electric Measurements

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    Andrzej M. Trzynadlowski

    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available The paper gives an overview of the issues and means of detection of mechanical abnormalities in induction motors by electric measurements. If undetected and untreated, the worn or damaged bearings, rotor imbalance and eccentricity, broken bars of the rotor cage, and torsional and lateral vibration lead to roughly a half of all failures of induction motor drives. The detection of abnormalities is based on the fact that they cause periodic disturbance of motor variables, such as the speed, torque, current, and magnetic flux. Thus, spectral analysis of those or related quantities may yield a warning about an incipient failure of the drive system. Although the traditional non-invasive diagnostics has mostly been based on the signature analysis of the stator current, other media can also be employed. In particular, the partial instantaneous input power is shown, theoretically and experimentally, to offer distinct advantages under noisy operating conditions. Use of torque and flux estimates is also discussed.

  6. Linear Synchronous Motor Repeatability Tests

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    Ward, C.R.

    2002-01-01

    A cart system using linear synchronous motors was being considered for the Plutonium Immobilization Plant (PIP). One of the applications in the PIP was the movement of a stack of furnace trays, filled with the waste form (pucks) from a stacking/unstacking station to several bottom loaded furnaces. A system was ordered to perform this function in the PIP Ceramic Prototype Test Facility (CPTF). This system was installed and started up in SRTC prior to being installed in the CPTF. The PIP was suspended and then canceled after the linear synchronous motor system was started up. This system was used to determine repeatability of a linear synchronous motor cart system for the Modern Pit Facility

  7. Conceptual design of stepper motor replacing servo motor for control rod controller

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    Mohd Dzul Aiman Aslan; Mohd Idris Taib; Izhar Abu Hussin; Mohd Khairulezwan Abdul Manan; Mohd Sabri Minhat

    2010-01-01

    In PUSPATI TRIGA Reactor, current control rod controller are using servo motor to control the movement. Control rod is a very important safety element and measure in every nuclear reactor. So, precision is very important in measurement of security in the nuclear reactor. In this case, there are a few disadvantages when using the servo motor is measurement of the motor is not precise. One solution to overcome this is by shifting servo motor with stepper motor. A stepper motor (or step motor) is a brush less, synchronous electric motor that can divide a full rotation into a large number of steps. (author)

  8. Superconducting DC homopolar motors for ship propulsion

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    Heiberger, M.; Reed, M.R.; Creedon, W.P.; O' Hea, B.J. [General Atomic (United States)

    2000-07-01

    Superconducting DC homopolar motors have undergone recent advances in technology, warranting serious consideration of their use for ship propulsion. Homopolar motor propulsion is now practical because of two key technology developments: cryogen-free superconducting refrigeration and high performance motor fiber brushes. These compact motors are ideal for podded applications, where reduced drag and fuel consumption are predicted. In addition, the simple DC motor controller is more efficient and reliable compared with AC motor controllers. Military ships also benefit from increased stealth implicit in homopolar DC excitation, which also allows the option for direct hull or pod mounting. (authors)

  9. Homopolar motor with dual rotors

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    Hsu, J.S.

    1998-12-01

    A homopolar motor has a field rotor mounted on a frame for rotation in a first rotational direction and for producing an electromagnetic field, and an armature rotor mounted for rotation on said frame within said electromagnetic field and in a second rotational direction counter to said first rotational direction of said field rotor. The two rotors are coupled through a 1:1 gearing mechanism, so as to travel at the same speed but in opposite directions. This doubles the output voltage and output power, as compared to a motor in which only the armature is rotated. Several embodiments are disclosed. 7 figs.

  10. Homopolar motor with dual rotors

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    Hsu, John S. (Oak Ridge, TN)

    1998-01-01

    A homopolar motor (10) has a field rotor (15) mounted on a frame (11) for rotation in a first rotational direction and for producing an electromagnetic field, and an armature rotor (17) mounted for rotation on said frame (11) within said electromagnetic field and in a second rotational direction counter to said first rotational direction of said field rotor (15). The two rotors (15, 17) are coupled through a 1:1 gearing mechanism (19), so as to travel at the same speed but in opposite directions. This doubles the output voltage and output power, as compared to a motor in which only the armature is rotated. Several embodiments are disclosed.

  11. The Advanced Solid Rocket Motor

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    Mitchell, Royce E.

    1992-01-01

    The Advanced Solid Rocket Motor will utilize improved design features and automated manufacturing methods to produce an inherently safer propulsive system for the Space Shuttle and future launch systems. This second-generation motor will also provide an additional 12,000 pounds of payload to orbit, enhancing the utility and efficiency of the Shuttle system. The new plant will feature strip-wound, asbestos-free insulation; propellant continuous mixing and casting; and extensive robotic systems. Following a series of static tests at the Stennis Space Center, MS flights are targeted to begin in early 1997.

  12. Interference in ballistic motor learning - is motor interference really sensory?

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    Lundbye-Jensen, Jesper; Petersen, Tue Hvass; Rothwell, John C

    Skill gained after a short period of practice in one motor task can be abolished if a second task is learned shortly afterwards. We hypothesised that interference requires the same circuits to be engaged in the two tasks and provoke competing processes of synaptic plasticity. To test this, subjects...

  13. To what extent does motor imagery resemble motor preparation?

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    van der Lubbe, Rob; Sobierajewicz, Jagna; Jongsma, Marijtje; Przekoracka-Krawczyk, Anna

    2017-01-01

    Motor imagery may be defined as the generation of an image of the acting self that lacks the final execution of a movement. This image is thought to be a simulation of the intended action from a first-person perspective. Recent studies with a Go/NoGo version of the discrete sequence production

  14. Motor learning as a criterion for evaluating coordination motor abilities

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    Boraczynski Tomasz

    2011-10-01

    Full Text Available The aim of the study was to evaluate the ability of motor learning based on objective, metric criteria, in terms of pedagogical process aimed at improving the accuracy of hits a golf ball to the target. A group of 77 students of physical education participated in the study. Within 8 months there were performed 11 measurement sessions. In each session, subjects performed 10 hits a golf ball to the target from a distance of 9 m. Accuracy of hits was recorded. Effect of motor learning has been demonstrated in the progress of 10 consecutive hits a golf ball to the target in each session (operational control; in the dynamics of performance improvement between sessions (current control; as well as in the total result of eight-month experiment (stage control. There were developed norms for quantitative and qualitative assessment of accuracy of hits a golf ball to the target. Developed quantitative and qualitative criteria for assessing the speed of motor learning in various conditions of the educational process creates the possibility of organization the operational, current and stage control of the level of human coordination motor abilities, as required by leading process.

  15. La inteligencia emocional: una herramienta necesaria para el liderazgo. Concepto y componentes

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    Mart?nez Percy, Armando Martin

    2013-01-01

    La inteligencia emocional ser? la herramienta y/o recurso m?s importante del siglo XXI para sobrevivir a una ?poca de ?cambio permanente?. Es b?sica para incrementar el rendimiento profesional y el bienestar personal especialmente en profesiones complejas, como las que incluyen las relaciones personales como centro y principal motor de la actividad: educaci?n, recursos humanos, comunicaci?n, etc. Daniel Goleman (1995), conocido como el autor de la inteligencia emocional, arg...

  16. Coupling with concentric contact around motor shaft for line start synchronous motor

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    Melfi, Michael J.; Burdeshaw, Galen E.

    2017-10-03

    A method comprises providing a line-start synchronous motor. The motor has a stator, a rotor core disposed within the stator, and a motor shaft. In accordance with a step of the method, a coupling for coupling a load to the motor is provided. The coupling has a motor shaft attachment portion configured to provide substantially concentric contact around the shaft at the end of the motor shaft. The coupling has a load attachment portion configured to operatively connect to a load. In accordance with a step of the method, a load is coupled to the motor with the coupling, and driven from start to at least near synchronous speed during steady state operation of the motor with a load coupled thereto. The motor shaft attachment portion may comprise a bushing assembly with matching and opposed tapered surfaces that cooperate to secure the motor shaft attachment portion around the motor shaft.

  17. Motor cortex is required for learning but not for executing a motor skill.

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    Kawai, Risa; Markman, Timothy; Poddar, Rajesh; Ko, Raymond; Fantana, Antoniu L; Dhawale, Ashesh K; Kampff, Adam R; Ölveczky, Bence P

    2015-05-06

    Motor cortex is widely believed to underlie the acquisition and execution of motor skills, but its contributions to these processes are not fully understood. One reason is that studies on motor skills often conflate motor cortex's established role in dexterous control with roles in learning and producing task-specific motor sequences. To dissociate these aspects, we developed a motor task for rats that trains spatiotemporally precise movement patterns without requirements for dexterity. Remarkably, motor cortex lesions had no discernible effect on the acquired skills, which were expressed in their distinct pre-lesion forms on the very first day of post-lesion training. Motor cortex lesions prior to training, however, rendered rats unable to acquire the stereotyped motor sequences required for the task. These results suggest a remarkable capacity of subcortical motor circuits to execute learned skills and a previously unappreciated role for motor cortex in "tutoring" these circuits during learning. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  18. Motor cortex is required for learning but not executing a motor skill

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    Kawai, Risa; Markman, Timothy; Poddar, Rajesh; Ko, Raymond; Fantana, Antoniu; Dhawale, Ashesh; Kampff, Adam R.; Ölveczky, Bence P.

    2018-01-01

    Motor cortex is widely believed to underlie the acquisition and execution of motor skills, yet its contributions to these processes are not fully understood. One reason is that studies on motor skills often conflate motor cortex’s established role in dexterous control with roles in learning and producing task-specific motor sequences. To dissociate these aspects, we developed a motor task for rats that trains spatiotemporally precise movement patterns without requirements for dexterity. Remarkably, motor cortex lesions had no discernible effect on the acquired skills, which were expressed in their distinct pre-lesion forms on the very first day of post-lesion training. Motor cortex lesions prior to training, however, rendered rats unable to acquire the stereotyped motor sequences required for the task. These results suggest a remarkable capacity of subcortical motor circuits to execute learned skills and a previously unappreciated role for motor cortex in ‘tutoring’ these circuits during learning. PMID:25892304

  19. Aversive stimuli exacerbate defensive motor behaviour in motor conversion disorder.

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    Blakemore, Rebekah L; Sinanaj, Indrit; Galli, Silvio; Aybek, Selma; Vuilleumier, Patrik

    2016-12-01

    Conversion disorder or functional neurological symptom disorder (FND) can affect the voluntary motor system, without an organic cause. Functional symptoms are thought to be generated unconsciously, arising from underlying psychological stressors. However, attempts to demonstrate a direct relationship between the limbic system and disrupted motor function in FND are lacking. We tested whether negative affect would exacerbate alterations of motor control and corresponding brain activations in individuals with FND. Ten patients and ten healthy controls produced an isometric precision-grip contraction at 10% of maximum force while either viewing visual feedback of their force output, or unpleasant or pleasant emotional images (without feedback). Force magnitude was continuously recorded together with change in brain activity using fMRI. For controls, force output decayed from the target level while viewing pleasant and unpleasant images. Patients however, maintained force at the target level without decay while viewing unpleasant images, indicating a pronounced effect of negative affect on force output in FND. This emotional modulation of force control was associated with different brain activation patterns between groups. Contrasting the unpleasant with the pleasant condition, controls showed increased activity in the inferior frontal cortex and pre-supplementary motor area, whereas patients had greater activity in the cerebellum (vermis), posterior cingulate cortex, and hippocampus. Engagement of a cerebellar-limbic network in patients is consistent with heightened processing of emotional salience, and supports the role of the cerebellum in freezing responses in the presence of aversive events. These data highlight a possible neural circuit through which psychological stressors elicit defensive behaviour and modulate motor function in FND. Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  20. Oro para Colombia

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    Rubio Forero, María Claudia

    2016-01-01

    Las mujeres han debido atravesar un largo camino partiendo de la discriminación hasta empezar un proceso de equidad en la sociedad y en el deporte, de esta manera llegar a ser parte de un evento como los Juegos Olímpicos. Esta tesis toma el caso de tres atletas colombianas y describe su proceso de formación para lograr dos medallas de oro para el país.

  1. Aplicaciones del análisis de aceite usado en motores a diesel de uso marino

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    Muñoz, Carlos Neder; Marin Lopez, Jose Rolando

    2009-01-01

    El principal parámetro que determina la vida útil de un motor de combustión interna es el lu-bricante, el mismo que está compuesto usualmente de uno o dos tipos de aceites básico más un paquete de aditivos, para seleccionar un aceite de motor, se recomienda guiarse por el manual del fabricante de dicha máquina, en donde se indicará la viscosidad y el nivel de servicio o calidad que deberá tener el lubricante seleccionado. Dependerá de la correcta selección del lubricante que el desgaste de la...

  2. Motor alternativo : aplicación : sistema de locomoción ferroviario

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    Villaescusa Nistal, Jorge

    2009-01-01

    El siguiente proyecto consiste en el estudio y modelización del ciclo termodinámico de un motor diesel, cuya aplicación es la locomoción de unidades de ferrocarril. Una vez analizado dicho modelo se realizará un estudio sobre la posibilidad de efectuar mejoras sobre el mismo, con la finalidad de optimizar sus prestaciones. Para comenzar este estudio se realizará una descripción física del motor, utilizando los datos característicos que lo definen y en caso de no disponer de alguno de estos da...

  3. Modelo computacional del circuito motor basado en estudios de Resonancia Magnética Nuclear funcional

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    Karla Batista García-Ramó; Rafael Rodríguez-Rojas; Maylén Carballo-Barreda

    2012-01-01

    Los ganglios basales constituyen una compleja red de núcleos subcorticales implicados en el control motor,en la integración sensorimotora y en los procesos cognitivos. Su funcionamiento e interacción con el resto de las estructurascerebrales permanecen como una gran polémica. Este trabajo tuvo como objetivo modelar la interacción del circuito formado por los ganglios basales, el tálamo y la corteza para la selección de un programa motor, sobre la base del patrón de conectividad funcional ob...

  4. Estrategias para negociaciones exitosas.

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    José B. Parra V

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available Las estrategias de negociación son herramientas para disminuir conflictos o para intercambiar bienes y servicios. Una negociación exitosa crea relaciones de solidaridad y propicia reciprocidad, cooperación y confianza para quienes tendrán relaciones permanentes de negociación con beneficios para ambas partes. Una estrategia de negociación exitosa requiere manejar el desarrollo del ambiente social del grupo de personas, con la finalidad de tener presente las fronteras que no pueden irrumpirse. Otro aspecto importante, es el lenguaje corporal utilizado por las personas y las tácticas que se practican. El manejo de esta información permite diseñar diferentes modelos de negociaciones para cada caso específico. Este documento propone la utilización de la herramienta MONACO, diseñada por los autores, que es un software útil para encontrar los mejores tácticas posibles dentro de una negociación; basándose en el lenguaje corporal que muestra el negociante oponente durante cada oferta monetaria. El uso de este software da al negociador la oportunidad de manejar las negociaciones con mayor control, el negociador que usa el software puede elegir una estrategia de acuerdo a las relaciones que espera mantener con el negociador oponente.

  5. ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR FARM USE.

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    Illinois Univ., Urbana. Coll. of Agriculture.

    BETWEEN 2 AND 8 HOURS ARE REQUIRED FOR USE OF THIS TEXTUAL OR REFERENCE MATERIAL ON ELECTRIC MOTORS. IT WAS DEVELOPED BY AN AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION-AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING SPECIALIST ON THE BASIS OF CONFERENCES WITH SUBJECT MATTER SPECIALISTS, TEACHER EDUCATORS, SUPERVISORS, AND TEACHERS. THE OBJECTIVES AND SUBJECT MATTER CENTER AROUND THE…

  6. Imaging the ocular motor nerves.

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    Ferreira, T.; Verbist, B.M.; Buchem, M. van; Osch, T. van; Webb, A.

    2010-01-01

    The ocular motor nerves (OMNs) comprise the oculomotor, trochlear and the abducens nerves. According to their course, they are divided into four or five anatomic segments: intra-axial, cisternal, cavernous and intra-orbital and, for the abducens nerve, an additional interdural segment. Magnetic

  7. Linear Motor With Air Slide

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    Johnson, Bruce G.; Gerver, Michael J.; Hawkey, Timothy J.; Fenn, Ralph C.

    1993-01-01

    Improved linear actuator comprises air slide and linear electric motor. Unit exhibits low friction, low backlash, and more nearly even acceleration. Used in machinery in which positions, velocities, and accelerations must be carefully controlled and/or vibrations must be suppressed.

  8. Technology and Motor Ability Development

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    Wang, Lin; Lang, Yong; Luo, Zhongmin

    2014-01-01

    As a new member joining the technology family, active video games have been developed to promote physical exercise. This working-in-progress paper shares an ongoing project on examining the basic motor abilities that are enhanced through participating in commercially available active video games. [For the full proceedings see ED557181.

  9. Motor Skill Learning in Children.

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    Gabbard, Carl P.

    The purpose of this article is to briefly describe schema theory and indicate its relevance to early childhood development, with specific reference to children's acquisition of motor skills. Schema theory proposes an explanation of how individuals learn and perform a seemingly endless variety of movements. According to Schmidt (1975), goal…

  10. Shape memory alloy based motor

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    1989a,b) that SMA spring or strip generates force as a non-linear function of its deformed length. ... magnetic property, smooth, jerk free operation and insensitivity to space radiations namely, electrons, protons ..... will be 1 Amp DC. The motor ...

  11. Treatment of functional motor disorders

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    Gelauff, Jeannette M.; Dreissen, Yasmine E. M.; Tijssen, Marina A. J.; Stone, Jon

    OPINION STATEMENT: For the treatment of functional motor disorder, we recommend a three-stage approach. Firstly, patients must be assessed and given an unambiguous diagnosis, with an explanation that helps them understand that they have a genuine disorder, with the potential for reversibility. A key

  12. Motor Action and Emotional Memory

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    Casasanto, Daniel; Dijkstra, Katinka

    2010-01-01

    Can simple motor actions affect how efficiently people retrieve emotional memories, and influence what they choose to remember? In Experiment 1, participants were prompted to retell autobiographical memories with either positive or negative valence, while moving marbles either upward or downward. They retrieved memories faster when the direction…

  13. Magnetic Signature of Brushless Electric Motors

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    Clarke, David

    2006-01-01

    Brushless electric motors are used in a number of underwater vehicles. When these underwater vehicles are used for mine clearance operations the magnetic signature of the brushless motors is important...

  14. Improving commercial motor vehicle safety in Oregon.

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    2010-08-01

    This study addressed the primary functions of the Oregon Department of Transportations (ODOTs) Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program (MCSAP), which is administered by the Motor Carrier Transportation Division (MCTD). The study first documente...

  15. Energy Optimal Control of Induction Motor Drives

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    Abrahamsen, Flemming

    This thesis deals with energy optimal control of small and medium-size variable speed induction motor drives for especially Heating, Ventilation and Air-Condition (HVAC) applications. Optimized efficiency is achieved by adapting the magnetization level in the motor to the load, and the basic...... demonstrated that energy optimal control will sometimes improve and sometimes deteriorate the stability. Comparison of small and medium-size induction motor drives with permanent magnet motor drives indicated why, and in which applications, PM motors are especially good. Calculations of economical aspects...... improvement by energy optimal control for any standard induction motor drive between 2.2 kW and 90 kW. A simple method to evaluate the robustness against load disturbances was developed and used to compare the robustness of different motor types and sizes. Calculation of the oscillatory behavior of a motor...

  16. Experimental thermodynamics of single molecular motor.

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    Toyabe, Shoichi; Muneyuki, Eiro

    2013-01-01

    Molecular motor is a nano-sized chemical engine that converts chemical free energy to mechanical motions. Hence, the energetics is as important as kinetics in order to understand its operation principle. We review experiments to evaluate the thermodynamic properties of a rotational F1-ATPase motor (F1-motor) at a single-molecule level. We show that the F1-motor achieves 100% thermo dynamic efficiency at the stalled state. Furthermore, the motor reduces the internal irreversible heat inside the motor to almost zero and achieves a highly-efficient free energy transduction close to 100% during rotations far from quasistatic process. We discuss the mechanism of how the F1-motor achieves such a high efficiency, which highlights the remarkable property of the nano-sized engine F1-motor.

  17. Motor Vehicle Crash Injuries PSA (:60)

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    This 60 second Public Service Announcement is based on the October 2014 CDC Vital Signs report. Motor vehicle crashes are costly and preventable. Learn what can be done to help prevent motor vehicle injuries.

  18. Optimization analysis of propulsion motor control efficiency

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    CAI Qingnan

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available [Objectives] This paper aims to strengthen the control effect of propulsion motors and decrease the energy used during actual control procedures.[Methods] Based on the traditional propulsion motor equivalence circuit, we increase the iron loss current component, introduce the definition of power matching ratio, calculate the highest efficiency of a motor at a given speed and discuss the flux corresponding to the power matching ratio with the highest efficiency. In the original motor vector efficiency optimization control module, an efficiency optimization control module is added so as to achieve motor efficiency optimization and energy conservation.[Results] MATLAB/Simulink simulation data shows that the efficiency optimization control method is suitable for most conditions. The operation efficiency of the improved motor model is significantly higher than that of the original motor model, and its dynamic performance is good.[Conclusions] Our motor efficiency optimization control method can be applied in engineering to achieve energy conservation.

  19. How to make spinal motor neurons.

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    Davis-Dusenbery, Brandi N; Williams, Luis A; Klim, Joseph R; Eggan, Kevin

    2014-02-01

    All muscle movements, including breathing, walking, and fine motor skills rely on the function of the spinal motor neuron to transmit signals from the brain to individual muscle groups. Loss of spinal motor neuron function underlies several neurological disorders for which treatment has been hampered by the inability to obtain sufficient quantities of primary motor neurons to perform mechanistic studies or drug screens. Progress towards overcoming this challenge has been achieved through the synthesis of developmental biology paradigms and advances in stem cell and reprogramming technology, which allow the production of motor neurons in vitro. In this Primer, we discuss how the logic of spinal motor neuron development has been applied to allow generation of motor neurons either from pluripotent stem cells by directed differentiation and transcriptional programming, or from somatic cells by direct lineage conversion. Finally, we discuss methods to evaluate the molecular and functional properties of motor neurons generated through each of these techniques.

  20. Ultrasonic Linear Motor with Two Independent Vibrations

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    Muneishi, Takeshi; Tomikawa, Yoshiro

    2004-09-01

    We propose a new structure of an ultrasonic linear motor in order to solve the problems of high-power ultrasonic linear motors that drive the XY-stage for electron beam equipment and to expand the application fields of the motor. We pay special attention to the following three points: (1) the vibration in two directions of the ultrasonic linear motor should not influence mutually each other, (2) the vibration in two directions should be divided into the stage traveling direction and the pressing direction of the ultrasonic linear motor, and (3) the rigidity of the stage traveling direction of the ultrasonic linear motor should be increased. As a result, the supporting method of ultrasonic linear motors is simplified. The efficiency of the motor is improved and temperature rise is reduced. The stage position drift is also improved.

  1. Ventajas de los motores de flujo axial

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    Alberto M Basanta Otero

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available Es importante conocer sobre una familia de motores que a diferencia de los convencionales o tradicionales no presentanun flujo rotatorio radial, denominados motores de flujo axial. Dichos motores presentan altos valores de par motriz abajas velocidades, una alta eficiencia y alta densidad de potencia. Este trabajo constituye un breve análisis dealgunos motores de la referencia bibliográfica.  Is important to know about a family of motors that at difference whit the traditional, don't have a rotator radial flux,called, axial flux motors. These motors have high torque for low speed, high efficiency and high power density. Thiswork is a brief analysis of several motors of the bibliographic references.

  2. Moxidectin interference on motor activity of rats

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    Patrícia de Sá e Benevides Rodrigues-Alves

    2009-08-01

    Full Text Available The present study investigated the effects of t moxidectin (MXD in some parameters of rat motor function and neurochemical. The general activity in the open field and the motor coordination in the wooden beam were employed to evaluate the MXD effects. The results showed that, in the open field, even at high doses (2.0 and 20.0 mg/kg, the MXD did not alter the locomotion and the rearing frequencies. However, MXD was able to impair the motor coordination of the animals at wooden beam. Neurochemical studies of striatal GABA and dopamine neurotransmitters showed a reduced levels of dopamine and its metabolite, homovanillic acid, without interference on striatal GABA levels. Since GABAergic receptor stimulation had an inhibitory effect on dopaminergic striatal system, the decreased motor coordination could be attributed to an action of MXD on dopamine system via GABA activation.A moxidectina (MXD é uma droga antiparasitária amplamente empregada em animais domésticos; seu mecanismo de ação, em mamíferos, envolve o neurotransmissor ácido gama-aminobutírico (GABA. Esse neurotransmissor tem papel importante na função motora. Assim, no presente trabalho estudaram-se os efeitos da MXD em alguns parâmetros comportamentais ligados a função motora de ratos e também em sistemas de neurotransmissão central. A atividade geral no campo aberto e a coordenação motora na trave elevada foram empregadas para avaliar os efeitos de diferentes doses de MXD. Os resultados mostraram que: no campo aberto, mesmo as doses maiores (2.0 e 20.0 mg/kg de MXD não alteraram as freqüências de locomoção e levantar. Por outro lado, a MXD foi capaz de prejudicar a coordenação motora dos animais avaliada na trave elevada. Estudos neuroquímicos dos níveis estriatais de GABA e dopamina mostraram redução dos níveis de dopamina e seu metabólito, ácido homavanílico, sem interferência nos níveis de GABA estriatal. Considerando que a estimulação de

  3. The micro-step motor controller

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    Hong, Kwang Pyo; Lee, Chang Hee; Moon, Myung Kook; Choi, Bung Hun; Choi, Young Hyun; Cheon, Jong Gu

    2004-11-01

    The developed micro-step motor controller can handle 4 axes stepping motor drivers simultaneously and provide high power bipolar driving mechanism with constant current mode. It can be easily controlled by manual key functions and the motor driving status is displayed by the front panel VFD. Due to the development of several kinds of communication and driving protocol, PC can operate even several micro-step motor controllers at once by multi-drop connection

  4. High-Tc superconducting electric motors

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    Schiferl, R.; Stein, J.

    1992-01-01

    In this paper, the advantages and limitations of using superconductors in motors are discussed. A synchronous motor with a high temperature superconducting field winding for pump and fan drive applications is described and some of its unique design features are identified. A 10,000 horsepower superconducting motor design is presented. The critical field and current density requirements for high temperature superconducting wire in motors is discussed. Finally, recent progress in superconducting wire performance is presented

  5. Frequency modulation drive for a piezoelectric motor

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    Mittas, Anthony

    2001-01-01

    A piezoelectric motor has peak performance at a specific frequency f.sub.1 that may vary over a range of frequencies. A drive system is disclosed for operating such a motor at peak performance without feedback. The drive system consists of the motor and an ac source connected to power the motor, the ac source repeatedly generating a frequency over a range from f.sub.1 -.DELTA.x to f.sub.1 +.DELTA.y.

  6. Some simple demonstration experiments involving homopolar motors

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    Stewart, Seán M.

    2007-01-01

    The ready availability of very strong permanent magnets in the form of rare-earth magnetic alloys such as neodymium-iron-boron has lead to renewed interest in one of the oldest types of electric motors - the homopolar motor. The ease with which a demonstration homopolar motor can now be built and operated when neodymium magnets are used is quite remarkable. In this paper some simple homopolar motors employing neodymium magnets suitable for demonstrational purposes are described and discussed....

  7. Some simple demonstration experiments involving homopolar motors

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    Stewart,Seán M.

    2007-01-01

    The ready availability of very strong permanent magnets in the form of rare-earth magnetic alloys such as neodymium-iron-boron has lead to renewed interest in one of the oldest types of electric motors - the homopolar motor. The ease with which a demonstration homopolar motor can now be built and operated when neodymium magnets are used is quite remarkable. In this paper some simple homopolar motors employing neodymium magnets suitable for demonstrational purposes are described and discussed.

  8. Physical mechanisms of biological molecular motors

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    Miller, John H. Jr. [Department of Physics and Texas Center for Superconductivity, University of Houston, 4800 Calhoun Road, Ste. 617 SR1 Houston, TX 77204-5005 (United States)], E-mail: jhmiller@uh.edu; Vajrala, Vijayanand; Infante, Hans L. [Department of Physics and Texas Center for Superconductivity, University of Houston, 4800 Calhoun Road, Ste. 617 SR1 Houston, TX 77204-5005 (United States); Claycomb, James R. [Department of Physics and Texas Center for Superconductivity, University of Houston, 4800 Calhoun Road, Ste. 617 SR1 Houston, TX 77204-5005 (United States); Department of Mathematics and Physics, Houston Baptist University, 7502 Fondren Road, Houston, TX 77074-3298 (United States); Palanisami, Akilan; Fang Jie; Mercier, George T. [Department of Physics and Texas Center for Superconductivity, University of Houston, 4800 Calhoun Road, Ste. 617 SR1 Houston, TX 77204-5005 (United States)

    2009-03-01

    Biological motors generally fall into two categories: (1) those that convert chemical into mechanical energy via hydrolysis of a nucleoside triphosphate, usually adenosine triphosphate, regarded as life's chemical currency of energy and (2) membrane bound motors driven directly by an ion gradient and/or membrane potential. Here we argue that electrostatic interactions play a vital role for both types of motors and, therefore, the tools of physics can greatly contribute to understanding biological motors.

  9. Physical mechanisms of biological molecular motors

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    Miller, John H. Jr.; Vajrala, Vijayanand; Infante, Hans L.; Claycomb, James R.; Palanisami, Akilan; Fang Jie; Mercier, George T.

    2009-01-01

    Biological motors generally fall into two categories: (1) those that convert chemical into mechanical energy via hydrolysis of a nucleoside triphosphate, usually adenosine triphosphate, regarded as life's chemical currency of energy and (2) membrane bound motors driven directly by an ion gradient and/or membrane potential. Here we argue that electrostatic interactions play a vital role for both types of motors and, therefore, the tools of physics can greatly contribute to understanding biological motors

  10. FUZZY LOGIC CONTROL OF ELECTRIC MOTORS AND MOTOR DRIVES: FEASIBILITY STUDY

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    The report gives results of a study (part 1) of fuzzy logic motor control (FLMC). The study included: 1) reviews of existing applications of fuzzy logic, of motor operation, and of motor control; 2) a description of motor control schemes that can utilize FLMC; 3) selection of a m...

  11. Het motorrijwiel : handboek voor motor- en scooterrijders, motor- en scootermonteurs en -technici

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    Seyffardt, A.L.W.

    1961-01-01

    INHOUD: 1. De werking van de motor ; 2. De hoofddelen van de motor ; 3. De kleppen en de klepbeweging ; 4. Balancering, de meercilinder motor ; 5. Bijzonderheden over de werking ; 6. De carburateur ; 7. De smering van de motor ; 8. De tweetaktmotor ; 9. De elektrische installatie ; 10. De

  12. The influence of motor imagery on the learning of a fine hand motor skill

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    Sobierajewicz, Jagna; Przekoracka-Krawczyk, Anna; Jaśkowski, Wojciech; Verwey, Willem B.; van der Lubbe, Rob

    2017-01-01

    Motor imagery has been argued to affect the acquisition of motor skills. The present study examined the specificity of motor imagery on the learning of a fine hand motor skill by employing a modified discrete sequence production task: the Go/NoGo DSP task. After an informative cue, a response

  13. 76 FR 12792 - Petition for Exemption From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; General...

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    2011-03-08

    ... From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; General Motors Corporation AGENCY..., Exemption from the Theft Prevention Standard. This petition is granted because the agency has determined... in reducing and deterring motor vehicle theft as compliance with the parts-marking requirements of...

  14. 77 FR 22383 - Petition for Exemption From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; TESLA

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    2012-04-13

    ... From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; TESLA AGENCY: National Highway Traffic... exemption. SUMMARY: This document grants in full the petition of Tesla Motors Inc's. (Tesla) for an... 49 CFR Part 541, Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard. Tesla requested confidential...

  15. Neuronal mechanisms of motor learning and motor memory consolidation in healthy old adults

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    Berghuis, K. M. M.; Veldman, M. P.; Solnik, S.; Koch, G.; Zijdewind, I.; Hortobagyi, T.

    It is controversial whether or not old adults are capable of learning new motor skills and consolidate the performance gains into motor memory in the offline period. The underlying neuronal mechanisms are equally unclear. We determined the magnitude of motor learning and motor memory consolidation

  16. Assessment of Preschoolers' Gross Motor Proficiency: Revisiting Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency

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    Lam, Hazel Mei Yung

    2011-01-01

    Literature reveals that there are very few validated motor proficiency tests for young children. According to Gallahue and Ozmun, the Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency is a valid test. However, manipulative skills, which are classified as gross motor skills by most motor development specialists, are only tested in the Upper Limb…

  17. Motor Programming in Apraxia of Speech

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    Maas, Edwin; Robin, Donald A.; Wright, David L.; Ballard, Kirrie J.

    2008-01-01

    Apraxia of Speech (AOS) is an impairment of motor programming. However, the exact nature of this deficit remains unclear. The present study examined motor programming in AOS in the context of a recent two-stage model [Klapp, S. T. (1995). Motor response programming during simple and choice reaction time: The role of practice. "Journal of…

  18. Agricultural Electricity. Electric Motors. Student Manual.

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    Benson, Robert T.

    Addressed to the student, this manual, which includes supplementary diagrams, discusses the following topics and principles: Electromagnetic fields, electromagnets, parts of an electric motor, determining speed of an electric motor, types of electric motors in common use (split-phase, capacitor, repulsion-induction, three-phase), the electric…

  19. Control of a superconducting synchronous motor

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    Jiang, Y; Pei, R; Jiang, Q; Hong, Z; Coombs, T A [Engineering Department, Cambridge University, Trumpington Street, Cambridge CB2 1PZ (United Kingdom)

    2007-04-15

    This paper presents a control algorithm for starting up a high temperature superconducting synchronous motor. The mathematical model of the motor has been established in m-file in Matlab and the parameters have been identified by means of the finite-element analysis method. Different starting methods for the motor have been compared and discussed, and eventually a hybrid control algorithm is proposed.

  20. Motor Development Programming in Trisomic-21 Babies

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    Sanz, Teresa; Menendez, Javier; Rosique, Teresa

    2011-01-01

    The present study contributes to the understanding of gross motor development in babies with Down's syndrome. Also, it facilitates the comprehension of the efficiency of the early motor stimulation as well as of beginning it as early as possible. We worked with two groups of babies with Down's syndrome, beginning the early motor training in each…

  1. Electric Motor Thermal Management R&D

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    Bennion, Kevin

    2016-06-07

    Thermal management enables more efficient and cost-effective motors. This Annual Merit Review presentation describes the technical accomplishments and progress in electric motor thermal management R&D over the last year. This project supports a broad industry demand for data, analysis methods, and experimental techniques to improve and better understand motor thermal management.

  2. [Non-motor symptoms of Parkinson's disease

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    Weerkamp, N.J.; Nijhof, A.; Tissingh, G.

    2012-01-01

    Parkinson's disease has traditionally been viewed as a disease with only motor features. Nowadays, a wide variety of non-motor symptoms and signs are also recognised as being characteristic of the disease. Non-motor symptoms, most importantly autonomic dysfunction, neuropsychiatric symptoms and

  3. Motor performance in children with Noonan syndrome

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    Croonen, E.A.; Essink, M.; Burgt, I. van der; Draaisma, J.M.; Noordam, C.; Nijhuis-Van der Sanden, M.W.G.

    2017-01-01

    Although problems with motor performance in daily life are frequently mentioned in Noonan syndrome, the motor performance profile has never been systematically investigated. The aim of this study was to examine whether a specific profile in motor performance in children with Noonan syndrome was seen

  4. 33 CFR 127.1311 - Motor vehicles.

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    2010-07-01

    ... 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters 2 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Motor vehicles. 127.1311 Section... Waterfront Facilities Handling Liquefied Hazardous Gas Operations § 127.1311 Motor vehicles. (a) When LHG is... operator shall ensure that no person— (1) Stops or parks a motor vehicle in a space other than a designated...

  5. 33 CFR 159.69 - Motor ratings.

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    2010-07-01

    ... 33 Navigation and Navigable Waters 2 2010-07-01 2010-07-01 false Motor ratings. 159.69 Section 159.69 Navigation and Navigable Waters COAST GUARD, DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) POLLUTION MARINE SANITATION DEVICES Design, Construction, and Testing § 159.69 Motor ratings. Motors must be rated...

  6. 47 CFR 32.2112 - Motor vehicles.

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    2010-10-01

    ... 47 Telecommunication 2 2010-10-01 2010-10-01 false Motor vehicles. 32.2112 Section 32.2112... FOR TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMPANIES Instructions for Balance Sheet Accounts § 32.2112 Motor vehicles. This account shall include the original cost of motor vehicles of the type which are designed and...

  7. 76 FR 32390 - Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting

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    2011-06-06

    ... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [Docket No. FMCSA-2006-26367] Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting AGENCY: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), DOT. ACTION: Notice of Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee (MCSAC) Meeting. SUMMARY...

  8. 77 FR 46555 - Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee: Public Meeting

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    2012-08-03

    ... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [Docket No. FMCSA-2006-26367] Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee: Public Meeting AGENCY: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), DOT. ACTION: Notice of meeting of Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee (MCSAC...

  9. 75 FR 2923 - Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting

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    2010-01-19

    ... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [Docket No. FMCSA-2006-26367] Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting AGENCY: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), DOT. ACTION: Notice of Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Meeting. SUMMARY: FMCSA...

  10. 75 FR 29384 - Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting

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    2010-05-25

    ... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [Docket No. FMCSA-2010-0143] Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting AGENCY: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), DOT. ACTION: Notice of Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee meeting. SUMMARY: FMCSA...

  11. 75 FR 72863 - Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting

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    2010-11-26

    ... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [Docket No. FMCSA-2006-26367] Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting AGENCY: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, DOT. ACTION: Notice of Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Meeting. SUMMARY: FMCSA announces...

  12. 75 FR 50797 - Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting

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    2010-08-17

    ... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration [Docket No. FMCSA-2010-0143] Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Public Meeting AGENCY: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), DOT. ACTION: Notice of Motor Carrier Safety Advisory Committee Meeting. SUMMARY: FMCSA...

  13. New relation to improve the speed and torque characteristics of induction motors

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    Luis Antonio Mier-Quiroga

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Los motores de inducción jaula de ardilla son empleados en gran variedad de aplicaciones. Ciertas aplicaciones requieren su operación a velocidad constante y en otras se requiere su operación a diferentes velocidades, como es el caso de proveer energía mecánica a vehículos eléctricos. El desempeño de un vehículo eléctrico depende de las características del motor eléctrico. La relación adecuada entre la magnitud del voltaje y la frecuencia de la fuente de alimentación permite que el motor cumpla con los requisitos del vehículo eléctrico. La magnitud del voltaje está en función de la frecuencia de operación. Si es adecuada la relación V - f , se puede mejorar la respuesta en velocidad del motor. Se presenta una nueva relación V - f , definida por un factor de frecuencia, que mejora la respuesta en velocidad del motor de inducción de rotor sencillo de jaula de ardilla. Para velocidades menores a la nominal, se mantiene la capacidad de par del motor con la relación propuesta.

  14. Pre-motor and motor activities in early handwriting

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    van Zwieten, Koos Jaap

    2011-01-01

    Behavioural studies make use of handwritten letters’ characteristics like strokes, roundedness, etcetera. In consequence, Fisher et al. (2010) studying brain activation during rejected love, noticed typical pre-motor activity patterns, as suggested by irregular writing patterns as well, due to basal ganglia dysfunction (Mergl et al., 2004). A short historical text written in a presumably depressed mood was checked on such characteristics in the light of hypothesised finger-, and hand movement...

  15. DEVELOPMENT OF FINE MOTOR COORDINATION AND VISUAL-MOTOR INTEGRATION IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN

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    MEMISEVIC Haris; HADZIC Selmir

    2015-01-01

    Fine motor skills are prerequisite for many everyday activities and they are a good predictor of a child's later academic outcome. The goal of the present study was to assess the effects of age on the development of fine motor coordination and visual-motor integration in preschool children. The sample for this study consisted of 276 preschool children from Canton Sara­jevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. We assessed children's motor skills with Beery Visual Motor Integration Test and Lafayette Pegbo...

  16. Diagnosis on line and off line of induction motors of low, medium and high voltage; Diagnostico en linea y fuera de linea de motores de induccion de baja, mediana y alta tension

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    Carvajal, Francisco Antonio; Ramirez, Jose Manuel; Arcos, Luis Fernando [Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Temixco, Morelos (Mexico)

    1999-07-01

    The induction motors of low, medium and high voltage are the electrical equipment of greatest application in industry. The importance which they have in the different productive processes does necessary to assure its operative continuity. The anticipated detection of a possible cause of fault allows to plan, with maintenance aims, the programmed removal of the motor. In this article are presented the results of the activities nowadays performed by Management of Electrical Equipment of the Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas (IIE) for the development and application of online diagnosis techniques for induction motors up to 13.8 kV. [Spanish] Los motores de induccion de baja, mediana y alta tension son los equipos eletricos de mayor aplicacion en la industria. La importancia que tienen en los diferentes procesos productivos hace necesario asegurar su continuidad operativa. La deteccion anticipada de una posible causa de falla permite planear, con fines de mantenimiento, la remocion programada del motor. En este articulo se presentan los resultados de las actividades que realiza actualmente la Gerencia de equipos Electricos del Instituto de investigaciones Electricas (IIE) para el desarrollo y la aplicacion de tecnicas de diagnostico en linea para motores de induccion de hasta 13.8 kV.

  17. Maximum power operation of interacting molecular motors

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    Golubeva, Natalia; Imparato, Alberto

    2013-01-01

    , as compared to the non-interacting system, in a wide range of biologically compatible scenarios. We furthermore consider the case where the motor-motor interaction directly affects the internal chemical cycle and investigate the effect on the system dynamics and thermodynamics.......We study the mechanical and thermodynamic properties of different traffic models for kinesin which are relevant in biological and experimental contexts. We find that motor-motor interactions play a fundamental role by enhancing the thermodynamic efficiency at maximum power of the motors...

  18. Motor control is decision-making.

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    Wolpert, Daniel M; Landy, Michael S

    2012-12-01

    Motor behavior may be viewed as a problem of maximizing the utility of movement outcome in the face of sensory, motor and task uncertainty. Viewed in this way, and allowing for the availability of prior knowledge in the form of a probability distribution over possible states of the world, the choice of a movement plan and strategy for motor control becomes an application of statistical decision theory. This point of view has proven successful in recent years in accounting for movement under risk, inferring the loss function used in motor tasks, and explaining motor behavior in a wide variety of circumstances. Copyright © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  19. Mathematical Modeling of Diaphragm Pneumatic Motors

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    Fojtášek Kamil

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Pneumatic diaphragm motors belong to the group of motors with elastic working parts. This part is usually made of rubber with a textile insert and it is deformed under the pressure of a compressed air or from the external mass load. This is resulting in a final working effect. In this type of motors are in contact two different elastic environments – the compressed air and the esaltic part. These motors are mainly the low-stroke and working with relatively large forces. This paper presents mathematical modeling static properties of diaphragm motors.

  20. Motor Skill Competence and Perceived Motor Competence: Which Best Predicts Physical Activity among Girls?

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    Khodaverdi, Zeinab; Bahram, Abbas; Khalaji, Hassan; Kazemnejad, Anoshirvan

    2013-10-01

    The main purpose of this study was to determine which correlate, perceived motor competence or motor skill competence, best predicts girls' physical activity behavior. A sample of 352 girls (mean age=8.7, SD=0.3 yr) participated in this study. To assess motor skill competence and perceived motor competence, each child completed the Test of Gross Motor Development-2 and Physical Ability sub-scale of Marsh's Self-Description Questionnaire. Children's physical activity was assessed by the Physical Activity Questionnaire for Older Children. Multiple linear regression model was used to determine whether perceived motor competence or motor skill competence best predicts moderate-to-vigorous self-report physical activity. Multiple regression analysis indicated that motor skill competence and perceived motor competence predicted 21% variance in physical activity (R(2)=0.21, F=48.9, P=0.001), and motor skill competence (R(2)=0.15, ᵝ=0.33, P= 0.001) resulted in more variance than perceived motor competence (R(2)=0.06, ᵝ=0.25, P=0.001) in physical activity. Results revealed motor skill competence had more influence in comparison with perceived motor competence on physical activity level. We suggest interventional programs based on motor skill competence and perceived motor competence should be administered or implemented to promote physical activity in young girls.

  1. Tiempo para un cambio

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    Woltjer, L.

    1987-06-01

    En la reunion celebrada en diciembre dei ano pasado informe al Consejo de mi deseo de terminar mi contrato como Director General de la ESO una vez que fuera aprobado el proyecto dei VLT, que se espera sucedera hacia fines de este aAo. Cuando fue renovada mi designacion hace tres aAos, el Consejo conocia mi intencion de no completar los cinco aAos dei contrato debido a mi deseo de disponer de mas tiempo para otras actividades. Ahora, una vez terminada la fase preparatoria para el VLT, Y habiendose presentado el proyecto formalmente al Consejo el dia 31 de marzo, y esperando su muy probable aprobacion antes dei termino de este ano, me parece que el 10 de enero de 1988 presenta una excelente fecha para que se produzca un cambio en la administracion de la ESO.

  2. Motor-sensory confluence in tactile perception.

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    Saig, Avraham; Gordon, Goren; Assa, Eldad; Arieli, Amos; Ahissar, Ehud

    2012-10-03

    Perception involves motor control of sensory organs. However, the dynamics underlying emergence of perception from motor-sensory interactions are not yet known. Two extreme possibilities are as follows: (1) motor and sensory signals interact within an open-loop scheme in which motor signals determine sensory sampling but are not affected by sensory processing and (2) motor and sensory signals are affected by each other within a closed-loop scheme. We studied the scheme of motor-sensory interactions in humans using a novel object localization task that enabled monitoring the relevant overt motor and sensory variables. We found that motor variables were dynamically controlled within each perceptual trial, such that they gradually converged to steady values. Training on this task resulted in improvement in perceptual acuity, which was achieved solely by changes in motor variables, without any change in the acuity of sensory readout. The within-trial dynamics is captured by a hierarchical closed-loop model in which lower loops actively maintain constant sensory coding, and higher loops maintain constant sensory update flow. These findings demonstrate interchangeability of motor and sensory variables in perception, motor convergence during perception, and a consistent hierarchical closed-loop perceptual model.

  3. Motor carrier evaluation program plan

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    Portsmouth, J.H.; Maxwell, J.E.; Boness, G.O.; Rice, L.E.

    1991-04-01

    The US Department of Energy (DOE) Transportation Management Program (TMP) has established a program to assist the DOE field offices and their contractors in evaluating the motor carriers used to transport DOE-owned hazardous and radioactive materials. This program was initiated to provide the DOE field offices with the tools necessary to help ensure, during this period of motor carrier deregulation, that only highly qualified carriers transport radioactive and hazardous commodities for the DOE. This program will assist DOE in maintaining their excellent performance record in the safe transportation of hazardous commodities. The program was also developed in response to public concern surrounding the transportation of hazardous materials. Representatives of other federal agencies, states, and tribal governments, as well as the news media, have expressed concern about the selection and qualification of carriers engaged in the transportation of Highway Route-Controlled Quantities (HRCQ) and Truckload (TL) quantities of radioactive material for the DOE. 8 refs

  4. Wet motor geroter fuel pump

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    Wiernicki, M.V.

    1987-05-05

    This patent describes a wet motor gerotor fuel pump for pumping fuel from a fuel source to an internal combustion which consists of: gerotor pump means comprising an inner pump gear, an outer pump gear, and second tang means located on one of the inner and outer pump gears. The second tang means further extends in a second radial direction radially offset from the first radial direction and forms a driving connection with the first tang means such that the fuel pump pumps fuel from the fuel source into the narrow conduit inlet chamber, through the gerotor pump means past the electric motor means into the outlet housing means substantially along the flow axis to the internal combustion engine.

  5. Online Monitoring of Induction Motors

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    McJunkin, Timothy R. [Idaho National Lab. (INL), Idaho Falls, ID (United States); Agarwal, Vivek [Idaho National Lab. (INL), Idaho Falls, ID (United States); Lybeck, Nancy Jean [Idaho National Lab. (INL), Idaho Falls, ID (United States)

    2016-01-01

    The online monitoring of active components project, under the Advanced Instrumentation, Information, and Control Technologies Pathway of the Light Water Reactor Sustainability Program, researched diagnostic and prognostic models for alternating current induction motors (IM). Idaho National Laboratory (INL) worked with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) to augment and revise the fault signatures previously implemented in the Asset Fault Signature Database of EPRI’s Fleet Wide Prognostic and Health Management (FW PHM) Suite software. Induction Motor diagnostic models were researched using the experimental data collected by Idaho State University. Prognostic models were explored in the set of literature and through a limited experiment with 40HP to seek the Remaining Useful Life Database of the FW PHM Suite.

  6. Validating the Rett Syndrome Gross Motor Scale

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    Downs, Jenny; Stahlhut, Michelle; Wong, Kingsley

    2016-01-01

    .93-0.98). The standard error of measurement for the total score was 2 points and we would be 95% confident that a change 4 points in the 45-point scale would be greater than within-subject measurement error. The Rett Syndrome Gross Motor Scale could be an appropriate measure of gross motor skills in clinical practice......Rett syndrome is a pervasive neurodevelopmental disorder associated with a pathogenic mutation on the MECP2 gene. Impaired movement is a fundamental component and the Rett Syndrome Gross Motor Scale was developed to measure gross motor abilities in this population. The current study investigated...... the validity and reliability of the Rett Syndrome Gross Motor Scale. Video data showing gross motor abilities supplemented with parent report data was collected for 255 girls and women registered with the Australian Rett Syndrome Database, and the factor structure and relationships between motor scores, age...

  7. A IMPORTÂNCIA DA MANUTENÇÃO EM MOTORES DIESEL

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    Mário Lucas Santana Silva

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Deve-se tomar medidas necessárias para o bom funcionamento de motores e máquinas, medidas estas que devem levar em conta a conservação e a preservação da situação inicial. O conjunto destas medidas é chamado de manutenção, e com este objetivo, este artigo apresenta os tipos de manutenção, seu histórico, a importância da manutenção em motores a diesel e a forma desta manutenção, informando e classificando as vantagens e desvantagens apresentadas para os sistemas de injeção. Palavras-chave:

  8. Evaluación de motores de búsqueda en Internet

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    Motz, Regina; Val Perrone, Mario

    2000-01-01

    El presente artículo incluye documentación de Motores de Búsqueda obtenida de distintas fuentes y detalla las principales características de ellos, así como también cuáles son los mejores métodos a emplear para la inclusión de sitios web en las bases de datos de estos, de la forma más eficiente. El principal fundamento y aplicación del presente artículo, será el explicar el funcionamiento de los motores de búsqueda y el servir de guía para el desarrollo de sitios web con el fin que atraiga...

  9. Motor memory in sports success

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    Silvia GRĂDINARU

    2017-02-01

    Full Text Available The model of modern sports performance asks for certain graduation in the treatment of its efficiency. Besides the coaching model, what matters is the genetic potential of the child or junior, and particularly the selection of the young talented athlete identified at the proper time and included in a proper training system, in full harmony with the education process. The sports output is determined by the simultaneous action of several factors whose influences are different. At present, there is a tendency to improve those factors on which rely sports outcomes and that need to be analysed and selected. Psychic capacity is a major factor, and mental control – the power to focus, motor intelligence, motor memory, creativity, and tactical skills play a major role in an athlete’s style. This study aims at showing the measure in which motor memory allows early and reliable diagnosis of future performance. The subjects selected are components of the mini-basket team of the Sports Club “Sport Star” from Timisoara, little girls that have played basketball since 1st grade in their free time (some of the girls have played it for four years. The research was carried out during a competitive year; we monitored the subjects both during coach lessons and minibasketball championship. To assess motor memory, we used the “cerebral module” consisting in memorising a complex of technical and tactical elements and applying them depending on the situation in the field. The research also involved monitoring the subjects in four directions considered defining in the assessment of the young athletes: somatic data, physical features, basketball features and intellectual potential. Most parameters point out a medium homogeneity of the group, except for height and commitment (great homogeneity. Half of the athletes of the tested group are above the mean of the group, which allows guiding them towards higher coaching forms (allowing them to practice basketball

  10. Hermetically sealed superconducting magnet motor

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    DeVault, Robert C.; McConnell, Benjamin W.; Phillips, Benjamin A.

    1996-01-01

    A hermetically sealed superconducting magnet motor includes a rotor separated from a stator by either a radial gap, an axial gap, or a combined axial and radial gap. Dual conically shaped stators are used in one embodiment to levitate a disc-shaped rotor made of superconducting material within a conduit for moving cryogenic fluid. As the rotor is caused to rotate when the field stator is energized, the fluid is pumped through the conduit.

  11. Advances in esophageal motor disorders.

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    Smout, André Jpm

    2008-07-01

    Esophageal motor disorders, often leading to dysphagia and chest pain, continue to pose diagnostic and therapeutic problems. In the past 12 months important new information regarding esophageal motor disorders was published. This information will be reviewed in this paper. A number of studies have addressed the issue of heterogeneity in achalasia, the best defined esophageal motility disorder. The spastic esophageal motility disorders nutcracker esophagus and diffuse esophageal spasm may coexist with gastroesophageal reflux disease, which has consequences for the management of patients with these disorders. The entity labelled ineffective esophageal motility is associated with reflux esophagitis, but also with morbid obesity. For the detection of disordered transit caused by ineffective esophageal motility, application of intraluminal impedance monitoring in conjunction with manometry leads to improved diagnosis. New data on the effect of Nissen fundoplication on esophageal motility were published during the last year. Recent knowledge on the heterogeneity of achalasia and the association of spastic esophageal motor disorders and ineffective motility with reflux disease will help the clinician in the management of patients with these disorders.

  12. Summary: High Temperature Downhole Motor

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    Raymond, David W. [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States)

    2017-10-01

    Directional drilling can be used to enable multi-lateral completions from a single well pad to improve well productivity and decrease environmental impact. Downhole rotation is typically developed with a motor in the Bottom Hole Assembly (BHA) that develops drilling power (speed and torque) necessary to drive rock reduction mechanisms (i.e., the bit) apart from the rotation developed by the surface rig. Historically, wellbore deviation has been introduced by a “bent-sub,” located in the BHA, that introduces a small angular deviation, typically less than 3 degrees, to allow the bit to drill off-axis with orientation of the BHA controlled at the surface. The development of a high temperature downhole motor would allow reliable use of bent subs for geothermal directional drilling. Sandia National Laboratories is pursuing the development of a high temperature motor that will operate on either drilling fluid (water-based mud) or compressed air to enable drilling high temperature, high strength, fractured rock. The project consists of designing a power section based upon geothermal drilling requirements; modeling and analysis of potential solutions; and design, development and testing of prototype hardware to validate the concept. Drilling costs contribute substantially to geothermal electricity production costs. The present development will result in more reliable access to deep, hot geothermal resources and allow preferential wellbore trajectories to be achieved. This will enable development of geothermal wells with multi-lateral completions resulting in improved geothermal resource recovery, decreased environmental impact and enhanced well construction economics.

  13. Motor Proficiency in Young Children

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    Fotini Venetsanou

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available This study aimed to examine motor proficiency in young children, focusing on potential gender differences. For that purpose, the Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency–Long Form (BOTMP-LF was administered to 540 children (272 boys, 4½ to 6 years old. First, the 2 (sex × 4 (age groups ANOVA computed on children’s total BOTMP-LF scores showed that age had a statistically significant effect, whereas gender did not. Second, the one-way MANCOVA applied on subtest scores, with age as covariate, revealed statistical significant gender differences; however, η2 values were found to be small or moderate. Finally, the MANCOVA applied on items where significant gender differences have been reported showed a significant effect of gender. Nonetheless, η2 values exceeded the limit of practical significance only on two items (“standing on preferred leg on floor”, “throwing a ball at a target with preferred hand” that are associated with gender-stereotyped activities. It can be concluded that (a besides statistical significance, effect sizes should be examined for the results of a study to be adequately interpreted; (b young boys’ and girls’ motor proficiency is similar rather than different. Gender differences in specific skills should be used for movement programs to be individualized.

  14. Influência da adulteração de combustíveis no desempenho e na vida útil de motores de combustão interna de ignição por faísca de pequeno porte utilizados em motocicletas.

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    Luiz Vicente Figueira de Mello Filho

    2009-01-01

    Este trabalho tem como principal objetivo mostrar os efeitos do uso de gasolina adulterada em motores de pequena cilindrada em seus desempenhos e durabilidades. Para tanto, foram realizados ensaios comparativos em três motores carburados de aplicação em motocicletas, de mesmas séries. Estes motores consumiram gasolina C, padrão brasileiro de combustível para motores de ignição por faísca, e misturas desta gasolina com etanol hidratado carburante e solvente C-9. Os resultados mostram alteraçõe...

  15. What happens to the motor theory of perception when the motor system is damaged?

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    Stasenko, Alena; Garcea, Frank E; Mahon, Bradford Z

    2013-09-01

    Motor theories of perception posit that motor information is necessary for successful recognition of actions. Perhaps the most well known of this class of proposals is the motor theory of speech perception, which argues that speech recognition is fundamentally a process of identifying the articulatory gestures (i.e. motor representations) that were used to produce the speech signal. Here we review neuropsychological evidence from patients with damage to the motor system, in the context of motor theories of perception applied to both manual actions and speech. Motor theories of perception predict that patients with motor impairments will have impairments for action recognition. Contrary to that prediction, the available neuropsychological evidence indicates that recognition can be spared despite profound impairments to production. These data falsify strong forms of the motor theory of perception, and frame new questions about the dynamical interactions that govern how information is exchanged between input and output systems.

  16. Recruitment of rat diaphragm motor units across motor behaviors with different levels of diaphragm activation.

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    Seven, Yasin B; Mantilla, Carlos B; Sieck, Gary C

    2014-12-01

    Phrenic motor neurons are recruited across a range of motor behaviors to generate varying levels of diaphragm muscle (DIAm) force. We hypothesized that DIAm motor units are recruited in a fixed order across a range of motor behaviors of varying force levels, consistent with the Henneman Size Principle. Single motor unit action potentials and compound DIAm EMG activities were recorded in anesthetized, neurally intact rats across different motor behaviors, i.e., eupnea, hypoxia-hypercapnia (10% O2 and 5% CO2), deep breaths, sustained airway occlusion, and sneezing. Central drive [estimated by root-mean-squared (RMS) EMG value 75 ms after the onset of EMG activity (RMS75)], recruitment delay, and onset discharge frequencies were similar during eupnea and hypoxia-hypercapnia. Compared with eupnea, central drive increased (∼25%) during deep breaths, and motor units were recruited ∼12 ms earlier (P motor units were recruited ∼30 ms earlier (P motor unit onset discharge frequencies were significantly higher (P Recruitment order of motor unit pairs observed during eupnea was maintained for 98%, 87%, and 84% of the same pairs recorded during hypoxia-hypercapnia, deep breaths, and airway occlusion, respectively. Reversals in motor unit recruitment order were observed primarily if motor unit pairs were recruited motor unit recruitment order being determined primarily by the intrinsic size-dependent electrophysiological properties of phrenic motor neurons. Copyright © 2014 the American Physiological Society.

  17. Control de velocidad del motor de indución empleando linealización por realimentación de estados Speed control of induction motor using state feedback linearization

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    Eduardo Giraldo Suárez; Santiago Sánchez Acevedo

    2009-01-01

    Este documento presenta la aplicación de la técnica de control no lineal clásica llamada linealización por realimentación de variables de estado. Se hace una aplicación en el motor de inducción, la variable a controlar es la velocidad del eje del motor, el sistema emplea el esquema de control vectorial para máquinas de corriente alterna desarrollado en las últimas décadas; este método es análogo a la técnica de control del motor de corriente directa. El modelo del motor de inducción se descri...

  18. Revisión sobre métodos matemáticos para el estudio de la estabilidad del voltaje en los sistemas eléctricos de potencia; A review on mathematics methodo to study the voltage stability on electric power systems

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    Zaid García Sánchez

    2011-05-01

    Full Text Available En Cuba desde la década del 70 se empezaron a desarrollar algoritmos para realizar el estudio de los regímenes estacionarios y transitorios del Sistema Eléctrico Nacional (SEN. Particular énfasis se hizo sobre el desarrollo de algoritmos y programas para computadoras para realizar el estudio de la estabilidad transitoria. Actualmente se utiliza ampliamente el programa Power System Explorer (PSX, el que posee amplias facilidades para realizar estudios sobre regímenes estaciones y transitorios de los sistemas eléctricos de potencia. A través de los estudios realizados para la planificación y la experiencia alcanzada sobre la explotación del SEN, con su estructura actual, se ha revelado la necesidad de estudiar en detalles los problemas relacionados con el voltaje, en particular el problema de la estabilidad del voltaje del SEN. En este artículo se realiza una primera revisión sobre algunos de los métodos matemáticos estáticos y dinámicos que se han desarrollado y que recoge la bibliografía sobre el tema de la Estabilidad del Voltaje en los Sistemas Eléctricos de Potencia.  In Cuba, from the seventies of the past century, different algorithms to study stationary and transient regimes of the Cuban Electric System were developed. Those algorithms and computer programs were focused in the study of transient stability. Currently, we use widely the computer program “Power System Explorer” (PSX which have a lot of facilities to make studies about stationary and transient regimes of electric power systems. Due to the studies about planning of electric power systems and the accumulated experience working with Cuban Electric System, the need of study the problems related with voltage stability of Cuban Electric System has arisen. In this paper, we make a first review about some static and dynamic mathematical methods included in bibliography about voltage stability of electric power systems.

  19. Para-Hermitian and para-quaternionic manifolds

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    Ivanov, S.; Zamkovoy, S.

    2003-10-01

    A set of canonical para-Hermitian connections on an almost para-Hermitian manifold is defined. A Para-hermitian version of the Apostolov-Gauduchon generalization of the Goldberg-Sachs theorem in General Relativity is given. It is proved that the Nijenhuis tensor of a Nearly para-Kaehler manifolds is parallel with respect to the canonical connection. Salamon's twistor construction on quaternionic manifold is adapted to the para-quaternionic case. A locally conformally hyper-para-Kaehler (hypersymplectic) flat structure with parallel Lee form on the Kodaira-Thurston complex surfaces modeled on S 1 x SL (2, R)-tilde is constructed. Anti-self-dual locally conformally hyper-para-Kaehler (hypersymplectic) neutral metrics with non vanishing Weyl tensor are obtained on the Inoe surfaces. An example of anti-self-dual neutral metric which is not locally conformally hyper-para-Kaehler (hypersymplectic) is constructed. (author)

  20. Para-Hermitian and para-quaternionic manifolds

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    Ivanov, S [University of Sofia ' St. Kl. Ohridski' , Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia (Bulgaria) and Abdus Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste (Italy); Zamkovoy, S [University of Sofia ' St. Kl. Ohridski' , Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Sofia (Bulgaria)

    2003-10-01

    A set of canonical para-Hermitian connections on an almost para-Hermitian manifold is defined. A Para-hermitian version of the Apostolov-Gauduchon generalization of the Goldberg-Sachs theorem in General Relativity is given. It is proved that the Nijenhuis tensor of a Nearly para-Kaehler manifolds is parallel with respect to the canonical connection. Salamon's twistor construction on quaternionic manifold is adapted to the para-quaternionic case. A locally conformally hyper-para-Kaehler (hypersymplectic) flat structure with parallel Lee form on the Kodaira-Thurston complex surfaces modeled on S{sup 1} x SL (2, R)-tilde is constructed. Anti-self-dual locally conformally hyper-para-Kaehler (hypersymplectic) neutral metrics with non vanishing Weyl tensor are obtained on the Inoe surfaces. An example of anti-self-dual neutral metric which is not locally conformally hyper-para-Kaehler (hypersymplectic) is constructed. (author)

  1. Using the motor to monitor pump conditions

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    Casada, D. [Oak Ridge National Lab., TN (United States)

    1996-12-01

    When the load of a mechanical device being driven by a motor changes, whether in response to changes in the overall process or changes in the performance of the driven device, the motor inherently responds. For induction motors, the current amplitude and phase angle change as the shaft load changes. By examining the details of these changes in amplitude and phase, load fluctuations of the driven device can be observed. The usefulness of the motor as a transducer to improve the understanding of devices with high torque fluctuations, such as positive displacement compressors and motor-operated valves, has been recognized and demonstrated for a number of years. On such devices as these, the spectrum of the motor current amplitude, phase, or power normally has certain characteristic peaks associated with various load components, such as the piston stroke or gear tooth meshing frequencies. Comparison and trending of the amplitudes of these peaks has been shown to provide some indication of their mechanical condition. For most centrifugal pumps, the load fluctuations are normally low in torque amplitude, and as a result, the motor experiences a correspondingly lower level of load fluctuation. However, both laboratory and field test data have demonstrated that the motor does provide insight into some important pump performance conditions, such as hydraulic stability and pump-to-motor alignment. Comparisons of other dynamic signals, such as vibration and pressure pulsation, to motor data for centrifugal pumps are provided. The effects of inadequate suction head, misalignment, mechanical and hydraulic unbalance on these signals are presented.

  2. Using the motor to monitor pump conditions

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    Casada, D.

    1996-01-01

    When the load of a mechanical device being driven by a motor changes, whether in response to changes in the overall process or changes in the performance of the driven device, the motor inherently responds. For induction motors, the current amplitude and phase angle change as the shaft load changes. By examining the details of these changes in amplitude and phase, load fluctuations of the driven device can be observed. The usefulness of the motor as a transducer to improve the understanding of devices with high torque fluctuations, such as positive displacement compressors and motor-operated valves, has been recognized and demonstrated for a number of years. On such devices as these, the spectrum of the motor current amplitude, phase, or power normally has certain characteristic peaks associated with various load components, such as the piston stroke or gear tooth meshing frequencies. Comparison and trending of the amplitudes of these peaks has been shown to provide some indication of their mechanical condition. For most centrifugal pumps, the load fluctuations are normally low in torque amplitude, and as a result, the motor experiences a correspondingly lower level of load fluctuation. However, both laboratory and field test data have demonstrated that the motor does provide insight into some important pump performance conditions, such as hydraulic stability and pump-to-motor alignment. Comparisons of other dynamic signals, such as vibration and pressure pulsation, to motor data for centrifugal pumps are provided. The effects of inadequate suction head, misalignment, mechanical and hydraulic unbalance on these signals are presented

  3. Tokyo Motor Show 2003; Tokyo Motor Show 2003

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    Joly, E.

    2004-01-01

    The text which follows present the different techniques exposed during the 37. Tokyo Motor Show. The report points out the great tendencies of developments of the Japanese automobile industry. The hybrid electric-powered vehicles or those equipped with fuel cells have been highlighted by the Japanese manufacturers which allow considerable budgets in the research of less polluting vehicles. The exposed models, although being all different according to the manufacturer, use always a hybrid system: fuel cell/battery. The manufacturers have stressed too on the intelligent systems for navigation and safety as well as on the design and comfort. (O.M.)

  4. Interference in motor learning - is motor interference sensory?

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    Jensen, Jesper Lundbye; Petersen, Tue Hvass; Rothwell, John C

    mechanisms determine whether or not interference occurs. We hypothesised that interference requires the same neural circuits to be engaged in the two tasks and provoke competing processes of synaptic plasticity. To test this, subjects learned a ballistic ankle plantarflexion task. Early motor memory...... was disrupted by subsequent learning of a precision tracking task with the same agonist muscle group, but not by learning involving antagonist muscles or by voluntary agonist contractions that did not require learning. If the competing task was learned with the same agonist muscle group 4 hours following...

  5. Apraxia and motor dysfunction in corticobasal syndrome.

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    James R Burrell

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: Corticobasal syndrome (CBS is characterized by multifaceted motor system dysfunction and cognitive disturbance; distinctive clinical features include limb apraxia and visuospatial dysfunction. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS has been used to study motor system dysfunction in CBS, but the relationship of TMS parameters to clinical features has not been studied. The present study explored several hypotheses; firstly, that limb apraxia may be partly due to visuospatial impairment in CBS. Secondly, that motor system dysfunction can be demonstrated in CBS, using threshold-tracking TMS, and is linked to limb apraxia. Finally, that atrophy of the primary motor cortex, studied using voxel-based morphometry analysis (VBM, is associated with motor system dysfunction and limb apraxia in CBS. METHODS: Imitation of meaningful and meaningless hand gestures was graded to assess limb apraxia, while cognitive performance was assessed using the Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination - Revised (ACE-R, with particular emphasis placed on the visuospatial subtask. Patients underwent TMS, to assess cortical function, and VBM. RESULTS: In total, 17 patients with CBS (7 male, 10 female; mean age 64.4+/- 6.6 years were studied and compared to 17 matched control subjects. Of the CBS patients, 23.5% had a relatively inexcitable motor cortex, with evidence of cortical dysfunction in the remaining 76.5% patients. Reduced resting motor threshold, and visuospatial performance, correlated with limb apraxia. Patients with a resting motor threshold <50% performed significantly worse on the visuospatial sub-task of the ACE-R than other CBS patients. Cortical function correlated with atrophy of the primary and pre-motor cortices, and the thalamus, while apraxia correlated with atrophy of the pre-motor and parietal cortices. CONCLUSIONS: Cortical dysfunction appears to underlie the core clinical features of CBS, and is associated with atrophy of the primary motor and

  6. 1. Jogos Escolares Brasileiros da Confederação Brasileira de Desportos para Cegos : um estudo de caso

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    Regina Matsui

    2007-01-01

    Resumo: A pessoa com deficiência visual possui um atraso no seu desenvolvimento motor, em decorrência das poucas oportunidades que elas possuem ao longo da vida. Nesse sentido, sabemos da importância da prática de atividade física para essas pessoas, tendo em vista que ela contribui para o desenvolvimento global da pessoa. As informações retiradas do meio e a aprendizagem de gestos e habilidades motoras contribuem na formação e no desenvolvimento motor dessas pessoas. Na busca de possibilitar...

  7. Motor-pump unit provided with a lifting appliance of the motor

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    Veronesi, Luciano; Francis, W.R.

    1978-01-01

    This invention relates to lifting appliances and particularly concerns a 'pump and motor set' or motor-pump unit fitted with a lifting appliance enabling the motor to be separated from the pump. In nuclear power stations the reactor discharges heat that is carried by the coolant to a distant point away from the reactor to generate steam and electricity conventionally. In order to cause the reactor coolant to flow through the system, coolant motor-pump units are provided in the cooling system. These units are generally of the vertical type with an electric motor fitted vertically on the pump by means of a cylindrical or conical structure called motor support [fr

  8. Modelizacion, control e implementacion de un procesador energetico paralelo para aplicacion en sistemas multisalida

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    Ferreres Sabater, Agustin

    modelizacion, y aplicacion en convertidores PWM, esta aun por estudiar y valorar. El primer Capitulo consiste en una breve introduccion al problema de la regulacion cruzada y la impedancia cruzada para posteriormente describir las tecnicas de post-regulacion actualmente mas empleadas, con especial atencion al post-regulador con transformador controlado. El Capitulo segundo trata del estudio de las caracteristicas estaticas del postregulador con transformador controlado. Partiendo de los estudios disponibles sobre el postregulador se plantean mejoras en su modo de actuacion y se discuten tres alternativas diferentes para controlar el transformador. Las dos primeras consisten en emplear un convertidor auxiliar Boost en sus dos modos de funcionamiento, continuo y discontinuo. La tercera consiste en controlar el transformador con una tension PWM directamente, sin filtrado. Finalmente se comprueba experimentalmente, para el estado estacionario, el funcionamiento del post-regulador para cada uno de los tres metodos de control. El Capitulo tercero trata de la dinamica de la salida controlada con el post-regulador cuando este emplea un convertidor auxiliar tipo Boost. Mediante la tecnica de promediado de variables de estado se propone el modelo de pequena senal, tanto para el modo continuo como para el modo discontinuo de funcionamiento del convertidor auxiliar. Los resultados mas significativos de esta seccion son las expresiones analiticas de las impedancias cruzadas y de la impedancia de la salida post-regulada. Como complemento al modelo de pequena senal se plantea un modelo de gran senal implementado sobre el simulador Pspice. Con este nuevo modelo se reproducen los resultados obtenidos con el modelo de pequena senal y ademas es posible simular los transitorios en las tensiones de salida ante cambios de carga. La modelizacion del convertidor cuando el transformador se controla con una tension PWM sin filtrar es el objetivo del Capitulo 4. En las secciones siguientes del Capitulo

  9. Use of biomass as fuel for Stirling motors; Uso de biomassa como combustivel para acionamento de motores Stirling

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    Barros, Robledo Wakin; Aradas, Maria Eugenia Coria; Cobas, Vladmir Rafael Melian; Lora, Electo Eduardo Silva [Universidade Federal de Itajuba (UNIFEI), MG (Brazil). Inst. de Engenharia Mecanica. Nucleo de Estudos em Sistemas Termicos], e-mail: robledo@unifei.edu.br

    2004-07-01

    The search to increase the electrical generation, together with the need to decrease the pollution emission, has encouraged the alternative energy sources. Nowadays around the world there are a lot of alternative energy sources incentive programs. In Brazil have PROINFA - Alternative Energy Sources Incentive Program. An example of alternative energy sources is the use of biomass as combustible. In the electrical generation, the biomass can be used directly, having it's directly combustion, and transforming the thermal energy liberated in electrical energy, or can be transformed in gas or liquid, and after use technology as internal combustion engine and gas turbine to generate electricity with these combustibles. Few technologies can be used to generate electricity burning directly to the biomass. Among these technologies, have the Stirling engine. It is possible to use this engine because the Stirling engines are external combustion engines, and it has not contact between the work gas and the flue gas. In this way, the Stirling engine needs a heat source, independent of the combustible type that will be used, including solar source. In this work will be present this technology, the different kinds of Stirling engines according to their configuration, moreover will be present the ST 05 G Stirling engine, which is a 500 W engine, acquired by University Federal of Itajuba. Also are present the tests results of this engine, and the installation to work with wood waste as combustible. (author)

  10. Desenvolvimento motor de crianças pré-termo moderadas aos sete e oito anos de idade Motor development of moderate preterm children at seven and eight years of age

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    Ana Cristina Resende Camargos

    2011-06-01

    Full Text Available Crianças pré-termo podem apresentar distúrbios leves do desenvolvimento motor, que podem ser imperceptíveis até a idade pré-escolar ou escolar. O objetivo desse estudo foi comparar o desenvolvimento motor de crianças pré-termo moderadas com crianças a termo aos sete e oito anos de idade. Foram coletados dados de 13 crianças pré-termo e 13 crianças a termo de uma escola da rede municipal de Betim. Foi utilizada a Escala de Desenvolvimento Motor para avaliar motricidade fina, motricidade global, equilíbrio, esquema corporal, organização espacial e organização temporal, bem como a idade motora geral e o quociente motor geral. O teste Mann-Whitney foi utilizado para comparar as idades motoras e os quocientes motores entre os grupos. Foi encontrada diferença significativa somente nos valores da motricidade fina entre os grupos (p=0,01, sendo que o grupo pré-termo apresentou desempenho inferior. Dessa forma, crianças pré-termo moderadas que não apresentam características de alto risco biológico ao nascimento também podem necessitar de acompanhamento ambulatorial até a idade escolar.Preterm children may have light motor developmental impairments, which may be imperceptible until pre-school age or even school age. The aim of this study was to compare the motor development of moderate preterm children with full-term ones at seven and eight years of age. Data from 13 preterm and 13 full-term children were collected from a public school in Betim-MG. The Motor Development Scale was used to access fine and global motricity, balance, body scheme, spatial organization, time organization, as well as general motor age and general motor quotient. The Mann-Whitney's Test was used to compare the motor ages and motor quotients between the groups. A significant difference was only found in the fine motricity values between the groups (p=0.01, the preterm group having shown a poorer performance. Therefore, moderate preterm children who do not

  11. Reduction of power consumption in motor-driven applications by using PM motors; PM = Permanent Magnet; Reduktion af elforbrug til motordrift ved anvendelse af PM motorer

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    Hvenegaard, C.M.; Hansen, Mads P.R.; Groenborg Nikolaisen, C. (Teknologisk Institut, Taastrup (Denmark)); Nielsen, Sandie B. (Teknologisk Institut, AArhus (Denmark)); Ritchie, E.; Leban, K. (Aalborg Univ., Aalborg (Denmark))

    2009-12-15

    The traditional asynchronous motor with aluminum rotor is today by far the most widespread and sold electric motor, but a new and more energy efficient type of engine - the permanent magnet motor (PM motor) - is expected in the coming years to win larger and larger market shares. Several engine manufacturers in Europe, USA and Asia are now beginning to market the PM motors, which can replace the traditional asynchronous motor. The project aims to uncover the pros and cons of replacing asynchronous motors including EFF1 engines with PM motors, including the price difference. Furthermore, it is identified how the efficiency of PM motors is affected by low load levels and at various forms of control. Finally, the energy savings potential is analysed, by replacing asynchronous motors with PM motors. The study includes laboratory tests of PM motors, made in a test stand at Danish Technological Institute. (ln)

  12. Concurrent word generation and motor performance: further evidence for language-motor interaction.

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    Amy D Rodriguez

    Full Text Available Embodied/modality-specific theories of semantic memory propose that sensorimotor representations play an important role in perception and action. A large body of evidence supports the notion that concepts involving human motor action (i.e., semantic-motor representations are processed in both language and motor regions of the brain. However, most studies have focused on perceptual tasks, leaving unanswered questions about language-motor interaction during production tasks. Thus, we investigated the effects of shared semantic-motor representations on concurrent language and motor production tasks in healthy young adults, manipulating the semantic task (motor-related vs. nonmotor-related words and the motor task (i.e., standing still and finger-tapping. In Experiment 1 (n = 20, we demonstrated that motor-related word generation was sufficient to affect postural control. In Experiment 2 (n = 40, we demonstrated that motor-related word generation was sufficient to facilitate word generation and finger tapping. We conclude that engaging semantic-motor representations can have a reciprocal influence on motor and language production. Our study provides additional support for functional language-motor interaction, as well as embodied/modality-specific theories.

  13. Parkinson's Disease Subtypes Identified from Cluster Analysis of Motor and Non-motor Symptoms.

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    Mu, Jesse; Chaudhuri, Kallol R; Bielza, Concha; de Pedro-Cuesta, Jesus; Larrañaga, Pedro; Martinez-Martin, Pablo

    2017-01-01

    Parkinson's disease is now considered a complex, multi-peptide, central, and peripheral nervous system disorder with considerable clinical heterogeneity. Non-motor symptoms play a key role in the trajectory of Parkinson's disease, from prodromal premotor to end stages. To understand the clinical heterogeneity of Parkinson's disease, this study used cluster analysis to search for subtypes from a large, multi-center, international, and well-characterized cohort of Parkinson's disease patients across all motor stages, using a combination of cardinal motor features (bradykinesia, rigidity, tremor, axial signs) and, for the first time, specific validated rater-based non-motor symptom scales. Two independent international cohort studies were used: (a) the validation study of the Non-Motor Symptoms Scale ( n = 411) and (b) baseline data from the global Non-Motor International Longitudinal Study ( n = 540). k -means cluster analyses were performed on the non-motor and motor domains (domains clustering) and the 30 individual non-motor symptoms alone (symptoms clustering), and hierarchical agglomerative clustering was performed to group symptoms together. Four clusters are identified from the domains clustering supporting previous studies: mild, non-motor dominant, motor-dominant, and severe. In addition, six new smaller clusters are identified from the symptoms clustering, each characterized by clinically-relevant non-motor symptoms. The clusters identified in this study present statistical confirmation of the increasingly important role of non-motor symptoms (NMS) in Parkinson's disease heterogeneity and take steps toward subtype-specific treatment packages.

  14. Skeletal maturation, fundamental motor skills and motor coordination in children 7-10 years.

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    Freitas, Duarte L; Lausen, Berthold; Maia, José António; Lefevre, Johan; Gouveia, Élvio Rúbio; Thomis, Martine; Antunes, António Manuel; Claessens, Albrecht L; Beunen, Gaston; Malina, Robert M

    2015-01-01

    Relationships between skeletal maturation and fundamental motor skills and gross motor coordination were evaluated in 429 children (213 boys and 216 girls) 7-10 years. Skeletal age was assessed (Tanner-Whitehouse 2 method), and stature, body mass, motor coordination (Körperkoordinations Test für Kinder, KTK) and fundamental motor skills (Test of Gross Motor Development, TGMD-2) were measured. Relationships among chronological age, skeletal age (expressed as the standardised residual of skeletal age on chronological age) and body size and fundamental motor skills and motor coordination were analysed with hierarchical multiple regression. Standardised residual of skeletal age on chronological age interacting with stature and body mass explained a maximum of 7.0% of the variance in fundamental motor skills and motor coordination over that attributed to body size per se. Standardised residual of skeletal age on chronological age alone accounted for a maximum of 9.0% of variance in fundamental motor skills, and motor coordination over that attributed to body size per se and interactions between standardised residual of skeletal age on chronological age and body size. In conclusion, skeletal age alone or interacting with body size has a negligible influence on fundamental motor skills and motor coordination in children 7-10 years.

  15. Control of permanent magnet synchronous motors

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    Vaez-Zadeh, Sadegh

    2018-01-01

    This is the first comprehensive, coherent, and up-to-date book devoted solely to the control of permanent magnet synchronous (PMS) motors, as the fastest growing AC motor. It covers a deep and detailed presentation of major PMS motor modeling and control methods. The readers can find rich materials on the fundamentals of PMS motor control in addition to new motor control methods, which have mainly been developed in the last two decades, including recent advancements in the field in a systematic manner. These include extensive modeling of PMS motors and a full range of vector control and direct torque control schemes, in addition to predictive control, deadbeat control, and combined control methods. All major sensorless control and parameter estimation methods are also studied. The book covers about 10 machine models in various reference frames and 70 control and estimation schemes with sufficient analytical and implementation details including about 200 original figures. A great emphasis is placed on energy-s...

  16. Error Sonification of a Complex Motor Task

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    Riener Robert

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Visual information is mainly used to master complex motor tasks. Thus, additional information providing augmented feedback should be displayed in other modalities than vision, e.g. hearing. The present work evaluated the potential of error sonification to enhance learning of a rowing-type motor task. In contrast to a control group receiving self-controlled terminal feedback, the experimental group could not significantly reduce spatial errors. Thus, motor learning was not enhanced by error sonification, although during the training the participant could benefit from it. It seems that the motor task was too slow, resulting in immediate corrections of the movement rather than in an internal representation of the general characteristics of the motor task. Therefore, further studies should elaborate the impact of error sonification when general characteristics of the motor tasks are already known.

  17. Motor Integrated Variable Speed Drives

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    Singh, Yash Veer

    rectifier at the front end is presented in this thesis and requirements of a buffer stage in the form of ESI is explained in detail. An equivalent circuit and linear model are developed to give the transfer function and control of the ESI based three-phase rectifier. In this thesis a power converter...... with ESI is designed and tested with standard induction motor to verify functionality of a working drive. One modified version of the ESI based converter has also been looked into to reduce losses of converter, but because of difficulties in reducing the bus-bar inductance in that design, further...

  18. Motor performance of preschool children

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    Słonka Karina; Dyas Manuela; Słonka Tadeusz; Szurmik Tomasz

    2017-01-01

    Słonka Karina, Dyas Manuela, Słonka Tadeusz, Szurmik Tomasz. Motor performance of preschool children. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2017;7(8):1308-1323. eISSN 2391-8306. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1045272 http://ojs.ukw.edu.pl/index.php/johs/article/view/5028 https://pbn.nauka.gov.pl/sedno-webapp/works/836989 The journal has had 7 points in Ministry of Science and Higher Education parametric evaluation. Part B item 1223 (26.01.2017...

  19. Modelado sólido y análisis por elementos finitos de un cilindro de motor endotérmico de 2 tiempos de altas prestaciones

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    Pérez Ferreirós, Oscar

    2005-01-01

    El proyecto pretende explicar el proceso de evolución de un cilindro monobloque de motor endotérmico, 2 tiempos de altas prestaciones. El proceso real de evolución del motor consta de los siguientes pasos: - Modelado en 3D del cilindro, de una forma sencilla para que sea fácilmente modificable (modelado con Pro-Engineer WildFire). - Hipótesis de cálculo para realizar un cálculo de esfuerzos sobre los pernos que fijan el culatín y la culata del cilindro (Se proponen 2 estudio...

  20. Environmental diagnosis of the washing machine motor

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    Erichsen, Hanne K. Linnet

    1997-01-01

    An environmental diagnosis of the washing machine focusing on the motor is performed. The goal of the diagnosis is to designate environmental focus points in the product. The LCA of the washing machine showed impact potentials from the life cycle of the product (see: LCA of a washing machine). Th...... up 2%, Manually disassembling and recycling of metals, Reuse of motor in a new washing machine, aluminium wire instead of copper wire in the motor....

  1. Rotary steerable motor system for underground drilling

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    Turner, William E [Durham, CT; Perry, Carl A [Middletown, CT; Wassell, Mark E [Kingwood, TX; Barbely, Jason R [Middletown, CT; Burgess, Daniel E [Middletown, CT; Cobern, Martin E [Cheshire, CT

    2008-06-24

    A preferred embodiment of a system for rotating and guiding a drill bit in an underground bore includes a drilling motor and a drive shaft coupled to drilling motor so that drill bit can be rotated by the drilling motor. The system further includes a guidance module having an actuating arm movable between an extended position wherein the actuating arm can contact a surface of the bore and thereby exert a force on the housing of the guidance module, and a retracted position.

  2. MOTOR FUEL TAXES AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

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    Michal Ptak

    2011-01-01

    Motor fuel taxes are primarily revenue-raising taxes. However, due to high fuel consumption these taxes can be quite an efficient source of general budget revenue in many countries. It seems that the taxes on motor fuels may also be useful instruments for environmental policy or climate change policy. Environmental objectives can be achieved through change of behavior of drivers. The paper presents theoretical basis for taxes levied on motor fuels. Attention is paid to the problem of external...

  3. Circuit Regulates Speed Of dc Motor

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    Weaver, Charles; Padden, Robin; Brown, Floyd A., Jr.

    1990-01-01

    Driving circuit regulates speed of small dc permanent-magnet motor in tape recorder. Two nested feedback loops maintain speed within 1 percent of constant value. Inner loop provides coarse regulation, while outer loop removes most of variation in speed that remains in the presence of regulation by the inner loop. Compares speed of motor with commanded speed and adjusts current supplied to motor accordingly.

  4. Design of motors for inverter operation

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    Haring, T. [ABB Motors OY, Vaasa (Finland)

    2000-07-01

    This paper describes very practical principles of how an induction motor should be designed for converter application. The main focus targets the efficiency of the motor and drive. The results presented are based on actual test motors and FEM-calculation simulations. FEM-calculation together with a time-stepping function is a powerful tool for estimating magnetic flux densities, iron losses, current densities and corresponding losses in windings, in other words a tool for optimisation of the motor design. Time-stepping is rather time consuming because all the circuit equations must be solved for each time-step, but it provides a way to estimate the iron losses; hysteresis and eddy current losses as well as current distribution and current losses. The calculation tool also provides the possibility to check if an existing motor is feasible for a converter drive. Alternatively if a motor is only to be supplied by a converter there are many more degrees of freedom in the electrical design and the motor may be optimised for that converter drive by incorporationg rather simple design changes. Additionally a design compromise, ''a general purpose motor'' useable for DOL and feasible for converter drive can be produced following the principles presented herewith. The converter types which are considered are indirect types and mainly voltage source converters since they are the most common on the market and are ''general purpose converters'' and providing a certain freedom to select the motor for the drive. Current source converters require ''matching'' with the motor and therefore need a precise knowledge of the motor equivalent circuit, making the selection of the motor more complicated. (orig.)

  5. Perfil do desenvolvimento motor em escolares com excesso de peso

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    Mayara Moura Alves da Cruz

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Introdução: Diferenças relacionadas ao peso e as habilidades motoras em crianças em idade escolar ainda apresentam controversias. Objetivo: Analisar a relação entre desenvolvimento motor e nível de atividade física com o índice de massa corporal (IMC de escolares com excesso de peso. Métodos: Foram avaliados 85 escolares de ambos os sexos, de 6 a 10 anos, de Presidente Prudente, São Paulo, Brasil. Os instrumentos utilizados foram a classificação do IMC/idade, a Escala de Desenvolvimento Motor e o Questionário do Nível de Atividade Física Modificado e Adaptado. A amostra foi dividida em dois grupos: grupo com excesso de peso (GEP, com 50 escolares com diagnostico nutricional de sobrepeso e obesidade; e grupo com normopeso (GNP, com 35 escolares eutroficos. Para analise dos dados obtidos foram utilizados: Shapiro Wilk (normalidade, teste t de Student não pareado ou Mann Whitney (amostras independentes, teste de Spearman (correlação e teste do χ2 (proporção, com nível de significância p<0,05. Resultados: O GEP apresentou resultados inferiores significantes no desenvolvimento motor geral (91,32±10,68 versus 97,14±9,06; p=0,010, nas áreas de motricidade fina – QM1 (93,21±21,59 versus 103,1±13,12; p=0,0138 e motricidade global – QM2 (90,31±23,54 versus 112,6±16,07; p<0,0001. Observou-se correlação positiva significativa entre o nível de atividade física e o desenvolvimento motor no GEP, nas áreas de equilibrio – QM3 (0,35080; p=0,0125 e organização espacial – QM5 (0,41820; p=0,0025. Conclusão: O GEP, quando comparado com o GNP, demonstrou resultados inferiores no quociente motor geral (QMG, QM1 e QM2.

  6. ParaChoice Model.

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    Heimer, Brandon Walter [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-CA), Livermore, CA (United States); Levinson, Rebecca Sobel [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-CA), Livermore, CA (United States); West, Todd H. [Sandia National Lab. (SNL-CA), Livermore, CA (United States)

    2017-12-01

    Analysis with the ParaChoice model addresses three barriers from the VTO Multi-Year Program Plan: availability of alternative fuels and electric charging station infrastructure, availability of AFVs and electric drive vehicles, and consumer reluctance to purchase new technologies. In this fiscal year, we first examined the relationship between the availability of alternative fuels and station infrastructure. Specifically, we studied how electric vehicle charging infrastructure affects the ability of EVs to compete with vehicles that rely on mature, conventional petroleum-based fuels. Second, we studied how the availability of less costly AFVs promotes their representation in the LDV fleet. Third, we used ParaChoice trade space analyses to help inform which consumers are reluctant to purchase new technologies. Last, we began analysis of impacts of alternative energy technologies on Class 8 trucks to isolate those that may most efficaciously advance HDV efficiency and petroleum use reduction goals.

  7. A descrição do funcionamento de um motor Homopolar linear e suas aplicações: Ilustrando o funcionamento de um acelerador de partículas

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    Doff, Adriano; Szmoski, Romeu M.

    2016-01-01

    Neste trabalho exploramos o potencial didático de um motor homopolar linear com o objetivo de ilustrar o princípio de funcionamento de um acelerador de partículas. A fim de estabelecer o mecanismo de funcionamento de um motor homopolar linear, consideramos uma analogia com a descrição de um motor homopolar rotatório, e partir deste apresentamos os princípios de funcionamento deste dispositivo e estabelecemos um limite teórico para a velocidade do motor linear. De posse dos dados gerados exper...

  8. 78 FR 77790 - Petition for Exemption From the Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard; General Motors...

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    2013-12-24

    ... vehicle. The antenna module translates the radio frequency signal received from the key into a digital... DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Petition for Exemption From the Federal Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention Standard; General Motors Corporation AGENCY: National...

  9. The correlation between motor impairments and event-related desynchronization during motor imagery in ALS patients

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    Kasahara Takashi

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background The event-related desynchronization (ERD in EEG is known to appear during motor imagery, and is thought to reflect cortical processing for motor preparation. The aim of this study is to examine the modulation of ERD with motor impairment in ALS patients. ERD during hand motor imagery was obtained from 8 ALS patients with a variety of motor impairments. ERD was also obtained from age-matched 11 healthy control subjects with the same motor task. The magnitude and frequency of ERD were compared between groups for characterization of ALS specific changes. Results The ERD of ALS patients were significantly smaller than those of control subjects. Bulbar function and ERD were negatively correlated in ALS patients. Motor function of the upper extremities did was uncorrelated with ERD. Conclusions ALS patients with worsened bulbar scales may show smaller ERD. Motor function of the upper extremities did was uncorrelated with ERD.

  10. Ultrafast Excited State Dynamics in Molecular Motors : Coupling of Motor Length to Medium Viscosity

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    Conyard, Jamie; Stacko, Peter; Chen, Jiawen; McDonagh, Sophie; Hall, Christopher R.; Laptenok, Sergey P.; Browne, Wesley R.; Feringa, Ben L.; Meech, Stephen R.

    2017-01-01

    Photochemically driven molecular motors convert the energy of incident radiation to intramolecular rotational motion. The motor molecules considered here execute four step unidirectional rotational motion. This comprises a pair of successive light induced isomerizations to a metastable state

  11. Neuronal mechanisms of motor learning and motor memory consolidation in healthy old adults.

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    Berghuis, K M M; Veldman, M P; Solnik, S; Koch, G; Zijdewind, I; Hortobágyi, T

    2015-06-01

    It is controversial whether or not old adults are capable of learning new motor skills and consolidate the performance gains into motor memory in the offline period. The underlying neuronal mechanisms are equally unclear. We determined the magnitude of motor learning and motor memory consolidation in healthy old adults and examined if specific metrics of neuronal excitability measured by magnetic brain stimulation mediate the practice and retention effects. Eleven healthy old adults practiced a wrist extension-flexion visuomotor skill for 20 min (MP, 71.3 years), while a second group only watched the templates without movements (attentional control, AC, n = 11, 70.5 years). There was 40 % motor learning in MP but none in AC (interaction, p learn a new motor skill and consolidate the learned skill into motor memory, processes that are most likely mediated by disinhibitory mechanisms. These results are relevant for the increasing number of old adults who need to learn and relearn movements during motor rehabilitation.

  12. Universidades accesibles para todos

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    Roxana Stupp Kupiec

    2001-01-01

    Full Text Available Este trabajo pretende hacer conciencia sobrelos factores que inciden en la construcción colectiva deuniversidades dispuestas a innovar y transformar suideología, sus políticas, el currículum, los servicios estu-diantiles, la infraestructura física y administrativa y lasestrategias de comunicación e información, bajo el para-digma de la accesibilidad en el entorno. Se hace referen-cia al marco legal internacional y nacional que orientalas acciones que deben planificarse e implementarse enlas instituciones de Educación Superior.En la construcción de universidades accesibles para to-dos se requiere de un cambio en la concepción curricu-lar. Se analizan conceptos como la flexibilidad en la for-mación y el acceso a los planes de estudio para respondera las necesidades educativas de todos los estudiantes. Para promover estas transformaciones se proponen prin-cipios y prácticas tales como la interdisciplinareidad y lainclusión del tema de la discapacidad en todas las carre-ras. Además, se presentan ejemplos de aplicación en dife-rentes áreas del perfil profesional, en la formación deldocente universitario y en actividades de proyección so-cial, vida estudiantil e investigación. En el ámbito estu-diantil, se describen algunos servicios y procesos que sehan desarrollado en la Universidad de Costa Rica

  13. Educando para la ignorancia

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    Miguel Durán

    1996-06-01

    Full Text Available Más que describir una situación particular, los autores buscan con este escrito motivar al estudiante para que asuma posiciones críticas; así como dar un campanazo de alerta a los profesores, en relación a los conocimientos que transmiten a sus alumnos y la forma en que lo hacen; todo con el ánimo de generar verdaderos espacios de reflexión en la universidad.

  14. Modeling an electric motor in 1-D

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    Butler, Thomas G.

    1991-01-01

    Quite often the dynamicist will be faced with having an electric drive motor as a link in the elastic path of a structure such that the motor's characteristics must be taken into account to properly represent the dynamics of the primary structure. He does not want to model it so accurately that he could get detailed stress and displacements in the motor proper, but just sufficiently to represent its inertia loading and elastic behavior from its mounting bolts to its drive coupling. Described here is how the rotor and stator of such a motor can be adequately modeled as a colinear pair of beams.

  15. Electric motor predictive and preventive maintenance guide

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    Oliver, J.A.

    1992-07-01

    Electric motor performance is vital to the reliable and efficient operation of power plants. The failure of one or more critical motors could cause lost capacity and excessive repair and maintenance cost. However, existing maintenance recommendations proposed by vendors for electric motors have sometimes encouraged many overly conservative maintenance practices. These practices have lead to excessive maintenance activities and costs which have provided no extra margin of operability. EPRI has sponsored RP2814-35 to develop a guide which provides power plants with information and guidance for establishing an effective maintenance program which will aid in preventing unexpected motor failures and assist in planning motor maintenance efforts. The guide includes a technical description which summarizes technical data relative to the four basic types of motors and their components in general use in power plants. The significant causes of motor failures are investigated and described in detail and methods to optimize service life and minimize maintenance cost through appropriate preventive maintenance and conditioning program are presented. This guide provides a foundation for an effective electric motor maintenance program and simplifies the selection of predictive and preventive maintenance tasks. Its use will enable maintenance personnel in nuclear and fossil plants to plan motor repairs during scheduled outages and avoid costly unexpected failures

  16. Premium Efficiency Motors And Market Penetration Policy

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    Benhaddadi, Mohamed; Olivier, Guy

    2010-09-15

    This paper illustrates the induced enormous energy saving potential, permitted by using high-efficiency motors. Furthermore, the most important barriers to larger high-efficiency motors utilization are identified, and some incentives recommendations are given to overcome identified impediments. The authors consider that there is a strong case to enhance incentives policies for larger market penetration. The US Energy Policy Act and the Canadian Energy Efficient Act have lead to North American leadership on motor efficiency implementation. North America is not on the leading edge for energy saving and conservation. Motor efficiency is an exception that should be at least maintained.

  17. Presentation of electric motor and motor control technology for electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles; Denki jidosha hybrid sha yo motor oyobi motor seigyo gijutsu no shokai

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    Matsudaira, N.; Masakik, R.; Tajima, F. [Hitachi, Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)

    1999-02-01

    The authors have developed a motor drive system for electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles. This system consists of a permanent magnet type synchronous motor, an inverter using insulated gate bipolar transistors (IGBTs) and a controller based on a single-chip microcomputer. To achieve a compact and light weight synchronous motor, an internal permanent magnet type rotor structure was designed. This paper presents motor control technology for electric vehicles, such as an optimization method of field weakening control and a new current control method. (author)

  18. Introduction to the permanent magnet motor market

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    Sawa, Toshihiro; Hamada, Kaneyuki [Yaskawa Electric Corp. (Japan)

    2000-07-01

    According to the Kyoto summit on global warming (COP3) in December 1997, the green-house gas emission level has to be reduced to 92-94% of the 1990 green-house gas level by the year 2014-2018. This would require conserving energy. An efficient means of achieving this voluntary goal is by employing high-efficiency drives, since motors consume 70% of all electricity for industrial use in Japan. As adjustable speed drives become popular, interior permanent magnet (IPM) motors, lately, have been recognized for high-efficiency performance. Due to the progress in permanent magnet technology combined with modern control methods, especially vector control with and without speed-sensors, the IPM motor is gaining in popularity. Compact size and high-efficiency performance is furthering the IPM motor as the preferred motor in many applications. This paper describes the principle and operation of IPM motors and compares its performance with that of an induction motor. Important features and practical control methods for IPM motors are presented. Various application examples highlighting the advantages of employing an IPM motor system are discussed. The applications include, but are not limited to, machine tools, fans, pumps, elevators, cranes, etc. (orig.)

  19. Linear Motor for Drive of Belt Conveyor

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    Milan Krasl

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper introduces a novel approach on the design of a linear motor for drive of belt conveyor (LMBC. The motor is a simple combination of asynchronous motor in plane. The electromagnetic forces is one of the most important parameters of electrical machines. This parameter is necessary for the checking of the design. This paper describes several variants: linear motor with slots in platens, slots in one half of platens and optimization of slots. The electromagnetic force can be found with the help of a Finite Elements Method – based program. For solution was used QuickField program.

  20. Parkinson's disease motor subtypes and mood.

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    Burn, David J; Landau, Sabine; Hindle, John V; Samuel, Michael; Wilson, Kenneth C; Hurt, Catherine S; Brown, Richard G

    2012-03-01

    Parkinson's disease is heterogeneous, both in terms of motor symptoms and mood. Identifying associations between phenotypic variants of motor and mood subtypes may provide clues to understand mechanisms underlying mood disorder and symptoms in Parkinson's disease. A total of 513 patients were assessed using the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, and separately classified into anxious, depressed, and anxious-depressed mood classes based on latent class analysis of a semistructured interview. Motor subtypes assessed related to age-of-onset, rate of progression, presence of motor fluctuations, lateralization of motor symptoms, tremor dominance, and the presence of postural instability and gait symptoms and falls. The directions of observed associations tended to support previous findings with the exception of lateralization of symptoms, for which there were no consistent or significant results. Regression models examining a range of motor subtypes together indicated increased risk of anxiety in patients with younger age-of-onset and motor fluctuations. In contrast, depression was most strongly related to axial motor symptoms. Different risk factors were observed for depressed patients with and without anxiety, suggesting heterogeneity within Parkinson's disease depression. Such association data may suggest possible underlying common risk factors for motor subtype and mood. Combined with convergent evidence from other sources, possible mechanisms may include cholinergic system damage and white matter changes contributing to non-anxious depression in Parkinson's disease, while situational factors related to threat and unpredictability may contribute to the exacerbation and maintenance of anxiety in susceptible individuals. Copyright © 2011 Movement Disorder Society.

  1. Mechatronical Design Studies on Small Brushless Motors

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    W. Amrhein

    2003-01-01

    Full Text Available Brushless DC- and AC-permanent-magnet motors controlled by powerful micro-controller electronics have opened up a significant share of the small motor market in the last years. Based on the mechanical low cost construction of single-phase motor the paper presents electronic drive concepts to improve the performance and for special applications also the lifetime of brushless motors. The tangential and radial forces acting on the rotor are controlled by special phase current curves to reduce the torque ripple and to avoid expendable machinery parts like ball or sliding bearings.

  2. The motor theory of speech perception revisited.

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    Massaro, Dominic W; Chen, Trevor H

    2008-04-01

    Galantucci, Fowler, and Turvey (2006) have claimed that perceiving speech is perceiving gestures and that the motor system is recruited for perceiving speech. We make the counter argument that perceiving speech is not perceiving gestures, that the motor system is not recruitedfor perceiving speech, and that speech perception can be adequately described by a prototypical pattern recognition model, the fuzzy logical model of perception (FLMP). Empirical evidence taken as support for gesture and motor theory is reconsidered in more detail and in the framework of the FLMR Additional theoretical and logical arguments are made to challenge gesture and motor theory.

  3. The Model of Brushless Dc Motor Drive

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    Aurelijus Pitrėnas

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available The research considered the operation, control, mathematical and simulation models of BLDC motor. A simplified idealized simulation model was designed and tested using Matlab Simulink software package. The simulation model uses Hall effect sensor signals for determining the rotor position. Simulation was done for Maxon, EC-4 pole 22 BL A series motor. The obtained model testing results deviate from the data supplied by the motor manufacturer by as little as 0.2–10.6%; consequently, the implemented model is suitable for BLDC motor control study and research.Article in Lithuanian

  4. Electronically commutated DC motor. Elektronisch kommutierter Gleichstrommotor

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    Gruenleitner, H; Schalk, K; Koegler, G

    1981-08-13

    The purpose of the invention is to create a controlled and electronically commutated DC motor, so that the braking current regulator does not act with the frequency motor current regulator, where an additional switch is not required to decouple the braking current transistor while running, and where the reference value of braking current need not be greater than the reference value of motor current. According to the invention, this problem is solved by a connection, by which, while running, the braking current regulator is interlocked out by means of the output signal of the motor current regulator. A cheap diode and the associated wiring are all that is required for the interlock.

  5. Control de velocidad de un motor de inducción utilizando un controlador Fuzzy

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    Madelín Lima Álvarez

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available Se realiza la simulación del sistema de control de velocidad del motor de inducción. Se parte del enfoquevectorial y de un sistema de coordenadas adecuado a su futura utilización, utilizando para esto el lenguaje desimulación de sistemas dinámicos Simulink. En cuanto a la simulación del método de control vectorial porcampo orientado se ha empleado el denominado método de control vectorial indirecto. El control de la velocidaddel motor se simuló utilizando un controlador Fuzzy, comparándose posteriormente estos resultados con losobtenidos mediante la utilización de un controlador PI digital.  This work carries out the simulation of speed control of induction motor. It is based on the field orientation theoryand on a system of coordinates adapted to its future use. The language that has been used for the simulation ofdynamics systems is Simulink. The indirect method of the field orientation control theory was used in themathematical analysis of the induction motor. The speed control of the induction motor was simulated using aFuzzy controller and these results were compared with those obtained by means of the use of a PI digitalcontroller.

  6. INICIATIVAS PARA EL CAMBIO

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    César Alfonso Defrancisco-Larrañaga

    2013-07-01

    Full Text Available El planeta no atraviesa por su mejor momento en materia de conservación y renovación de sus recursos naturales. Claramente en los últimos tiempos los recursos hídricos han venido haciéndose cada vez menores; el hombre ha notado con preocupación y vivido en carne propia este fenómeno, que de no ser tratado a tiempo, podría atentar contra la existencia misma. Esto lo ha alentado a buscar métodos que sirvan como solución para contrarrestar éste mal y crear conciencia entre sus iguales, para así poder garantizar su permanencia y la de su entorno durante muchas generaciones. En países desarrollados del continente europeo y en algunos lugares de América del norte, el uso de sistemas de reutilización y tratamiento de aguas grises y aprovechamiento de las aguas lluvias se ha convertido en una constante y nos están dando las pautas para poder seguir el ejemplo y así de esta manera poder aportar a la causa ambiental y a su vez crear un ahorro en nuestros gastos mensuales de consumo.

  7. Avaliação e intervenção no desenvolvimento motor de uma criança com Síndrome de Down

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    Santos,Ana Paula Maurilia dos; Weiss,Silvio Luiz Indrusiak; Almeida,Geciely Munaretto Fogaça de

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    o objetivo deste estudo foi analisar o desenvolvimento motor de uma criança com síndrome de Down e verificar os efeitos de um programa de intervenção motora específica. Trata-se de uma pesquisa descritiva do tipo estudo de caso. Para a avaliação do desenvolvimento motor foram utilizados os testes da Escala de Desenvolvimento Motor - EDM que analisa as áreas da motricidade fina e global, equilíbrio, esquema corporal, organização espacial e temporal/linguagem, e lateralidade. Essa criança parti...

  8. Analisa Perbandingan Efisiensi Motor Dc Kompon Pendek Dengan Motor Dc Kompon Panjang Akibat Penambahan Kutub

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    Sitompul, Fuad Rahim

    2015-01-01

    Motor listrik merupakan perangkat elekromagnetis yang mengubah energi listrik menjadi energi mekanik. Motor DC memerlukan tegangan searah pada kumparan medan untuk diubah menjadi energi mekanik. Energi mekanik ini digunakan sebagai penggerak peralatan listrik seperti pompa,penggerak kipas angin, lift dan lain-lain. Karena penggunaannya yang cukup luas maka kinerjanya harus baik. Kinerja suatu motor DC dikatakan baik jika efisiensi motor tersebut tinggi. Hal itu dapat dicapai dengan mengatur b...

  9. Fundamental motor skill proficiency is necessary for children's motor activity inclusion

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    Barela, José Angelo

    2013-01-01

    Motor development is influenced by many factors such as practice and appropriate instruction, provided by teachers, even in preschool and elementary school. The goal of this paper was to discuss the misconception that maturation underlies children's motor skill development and to show that physical education, even in early years of our school system, is critical to promote proficiency and enrolment of children's in later motor activities. Motor skill development, as a curricular focus, has be...

  10. Imaging the ocular motor nerves

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    Ferreira, Teresa [Department of Radiology, Leiden University Medical Center (Netherlands)], E-mail: T.A.Ferreira@lumc.nl; Verbist, Berit [Department of Radiology, Leiden University Medical Center (Netherlands)], E-mail: B.M.Verbist@lumc.nl; Buchem, Mark van [Department of Radiology, Leiden University Medical Center (Netherlands)], E-mail: M.A.van_Buchem@lumc.nl; Osch, Thijs van [C.J. Gorter for High-Field MRI, Department of Radiology, Leiden University Medical Center (Netherlands)], E-mail: M.J.P.van_Osch@lumc.nl; Webb, Andrew [C.J. Gorter for High-Field MRI, Department of Radiology, Leiden University Medical Center (Netherlands)], E-mail: A.Webb@lumc.nl

    2010-05-15

    The ocular motor nerves (OMNs) comprise the oculomotor, trochlear and the abducens nerves. According to their course, they are divided into four or five anatomic segments: intra-axial, cisternal, cavernous and intra-orbital and, for the abducens nerve, an additional interdural segment. Magnetic resonance imaging is the imaging method of choice in the evaluation of the normal and pathologic ocular motor nerves. CT still plays a limited but important role in the evaluation of the intraosseous portions at the skull base and bony foramina. We describe for each segment of these cranial nerves, the normal anatomy, the most appropriate image sequences and planes, their imaging appearance and pathologic conditions. Magnetic resonance imaging with high magnetic fields is a developing and promising technique. We describe our initial experience with a Phillips 7.0 T MRI scanner in the evaluation of the brainstem segments of the OMNs. As imaging becomes more refined, an understanding of the detailed anatomy is increasingly necessary, as the demand on radiology to diagnose smaller lesions also increases.

  11. Esophageal motor disorders: recent advances.

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    Dogan, Ibrahim; Mittal, Ravinder K

    2006-07-01

    The aim of this article is to highlight literature published during the last year in the context of previous knowledge. A number of novel techniques - high-resolution manometry, esophageal electrical impedance and intra-luminal ultrasound imaging - have improved our understanding of esophageal function in health and disease. Several studies address the function of longitudinal muscle layer of the esophagus in normal subjects and patients with motor disorders of the esophagus. Esophageal electrical impedance recordings reveal abnormal transit in patients with diffuse esophageal spasm, achalasia and patients with normal manometry. Loss of the mammalian Sprouty2 gene leads to enteric neuronal hyperplasia and esophageal achalasia. Several studies showed excellent long-term results of medical and surgical treatment of achalasia of the esophagus. For the first time, mechanisms of gastroesophageal reflux in critically ill mechanically ventilated patients are reported. Novel pharmacologic strategies in the treatment of reflux disease are highlighted. Several novel techniques, perfected during recent years, have improved our understanding of esophageal function and dysfunction. A number of important observations, reviewed here, provide important insight into the pathogenesis of esophageal motor disorders and treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease.

  12. Bone and motor organ diseases

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    Fujiwara, Saeko

    1992-01-01

    Osteosarcoma arising from X-ray radiation therapy has first been reported in the 1920s. The 1950-1965 ABCC-RERF Life Span Study using the sample population of approximately 76,000 persons have revealed no evidence of correlation between osteosarcoma and A-bomb radiation. There is a relative paucity of data supporting the statistical correlation between A-bomb radiation and osseous cancer. This paper deals with the correlation between A-bomb exposure and bone and motor organ diseases. In prenatally exposed children using the Nagasaki's sample (n=74) and the Hiroshima's sample (n=219), there was no difference in skeletal abnormalities between the exposed and control groups in both cities. In the ABCC-study using 264 A-bomb survivors, the incidence of osteoporosis was found to be high in women aged 50 years or older at the time of A-bombing who were exposed at 2,000 m or less from the hypocenter. The RERF Adult Health Study using approximately 14,000 persons have revealed no evidence of correlation between the incidence of lumbar vertebral bone fractures and radiation doses. There was no correlation between the prevalence of rheumatoid arthritis and distance from the hypocenter in A-bomb survivors. Continuing studies are expected to confirm the delayed effects of A-bomb radiation on the bone and motor organs with aging in A-bomb survivors. (N.K.)

  13. Automation of motor dexterity assessment.

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    Heyer, Patrick; Castrejon, Luis R; Orihuela-Espina, Felipe; Sucar, Luis Enrique

    2017-07-01

    Motor dexterity assessment is regularly performed in rehabilitation wards to establish patient status and automatization for such routinary task is sought. A system for automatizing the assessment of motor dexterity based on the Fugl-Meyer scale and with loose restrictions on sensing technologies is presented. The system consists of two main elements: 1) A data representation that abstracts the low level information obtained from a variety of sensors, into a highly separable low dimensionality encoding employing t-distributed Stochastic Neighbourhood Embedding, and, 2) central to this communication, a multi-label classifier that boosts classification rates by exploiting the fact that the classes corresponding to the individual exercises are naturally organized as a network. Depending on the targeted therapeutic movement class labels i.e. exercises scores, are highly correlated-patients who perform well in one, tends to perform well in related exercises-; and critically no node can be used as proxy of others - an exercise does not encode the information of other exercises. Over data from a cohort of 20 patients, the novel classifier outperforms classical Naive Bayes, random forest and variants of support vector machines (ANOVA: p home-based virtual rehabilitation and telerehabilitation alternatives.

  14. 36 CFR 292.45 - Use of motorized and non-motorized rivercraft.

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    ... practicable, conflicts between motorized and non-motorized rivercraft users and between both types of...-motorized rivercraft may be permitted subject to restrictions on size, type of craft, numbers, duration... Service where such activity may be permitted subject to restrictions on size, type of craft, numbers...

  15. DEVELOPMENT OF FINE MOTOR COORDINATION AND VISUAL-MOTOR INTEGRATION IN PRESCHOOL CHILDREN

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    Haris MEMISEVIC

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available Fine motor skills are prerequisite for many everyday activities and they are a good predictor of a child's later academic outcome. The goal of the present study was to assess the effects of age on the development of fine motor coordination and visual-motor integration in preschool children. The sample for this study consisted of 276 preschool children from Canton Sara­jevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. We assessed children's motor skills with Beery Visual Motor Integration Test and Lafayette Pegboard Test. Data were analyzed with one-way ANOVA, followed by planned com­parisons between the age groups. We also performed a regression analysis to assess the influence of age and motor coordination on visual-motor integration. The results showed that age has a great effect on the development of fine motor skills. Furthermore, the results indicated that there are possible sensitive periods at preschool age in which the development of fine motor skills is accelerated. Early intervention specialists should make a thorough evaluations of fine motor skills in preschool children and make motor (rehabilitation programs for children at risk of fine motor delays.

  16. 75 FR 67770 - General Motors Company, Formerly Known as General Motors Corporation, Orion Assembly Plant...

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    ..., Formerly Known as General Motors Corporation, Orion Assembly Plant, Including On-Site Leased Workers From Aerotek Automotive, Ryder and Premier Manufacturing Support Services, Lake Orion, MI; Amended... of General Motors Company, formerly known as General Motors Corporation, Orion Assembly Plant, Lake...

  17. Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation to the Primary Motor Cortex Interferes with Motor Learning by Observing

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    Brown, Liana E.; Wilson, Elizabeth T.; Gribble, Paul L.

    2009-01-01

    Neural representations of novel motor skills can be acquired through visual observation. We used repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) to test the idea that this "motor learning by observing" is based on engagement of neural processes for learning in the primary motor cortex (M1). Human subjects who observed another person learning…

  18. Enhanced Multisensory Integration and Motor Reactivation after Active Motor Learning of Audiovisual Associations

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    Butler, Andrew J.; James, Thomas W.; James, Karin Harman

    2011-01-01

    Everyday experience affords us many opportunities to learn about objects through multiple senses using physical interaction. Previous work has shown that active motor learning of unisensory items enhances memory and leads to the involvement of motor systems during subsequent perception. However, the impact of active motor learning on subsequent…

  19. Cerebellar motor learning versus cerebellar motor timing: the climbing fibre story

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    Llinás, Rodolfo R

    2011-01-01

    Abstract Theories concerning the role of the climbing fibre system in motor learning, as opposed to those addressing the olivocerebellar system in the organization of motor timing, are briefly contrasted. The electrophysiological basis for the motor timing hypothesis in relation to the olivocerebellar system is treated in detail. PMID:21486816

  20. 77 FR 4396 - Petition for Exemption From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; Toyota

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    ... From the Federal Motor Vehicle Motor Theft Prevention Standard; Toyota AGENCY: National Highway Traffic... exemption. SUMMARY: This document grants in full the petition of Toyota Motor North America, Inc's., (Toyota.... SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In a petition dated September 30, 2011, Toyota requested an exemption from the parts...