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ударный коэффициент

English translation: impact (acceleration) ratio

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11:30 Nov 8, 2003
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Russian term or phrase: ударный коэффициент
Днище вагонетки

Днище вагонетки коробчатой конструкции, с внутренними поддерживающим сочленениями для обеспечения жесткости и возможности противостоять ударным нагрузкам. Пластина днища и отклоняющее устройство сделано из 25мм, 425 BHN материала с прочностью на растяжение 140кг/мм2 и ударного коэффициента 5,0.
Mine car bottom has a box design with internal support joints to provide for rigidity and impact load resistance. Bottom plate and deflecting device are made of material 25 mm thick with BHN of 425, a tensile strength of 140 kg/mm2, impact coefficient is 5.0.
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English translation:impact (acceleration) ratio
Explanation:
acceleration - не всегда употребляется
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Local time: 10:29
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impact (acceleration) ratio


Explanation:
acceleration - не всегда употребляется

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