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torsional loading

French translation: chargement à torsion?

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23:27 Apr 6, 2000
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: torsional loading
The term "torsional loading" appears in a text describing the functions of a crankshaft in a four-cylinder engine.
French Translations International
French translation:chargement à torsion?
Explanation:
A suggestion, not something I have found in any dictionary. Just sounds like you're loading using torsional force.
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Dominique Cook
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:43
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Merci Dominique et toutes mes excuses pour ce retard considerable!
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Summary of answers provided
nasurplus de torsionYves GOUAST
naeffort de torsionFr?d?rique
naI agree with the preceding answer: chargement à torsion--or sollicitation à torsion
Yolanda Broad
nachargement à torsion?Dominique Cook


  

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1 hr
chargement à torsion?


Explanation:
A suggestion, not something I have found in any dictionary. Just sounds like you're loading using torsional force.

Dominique Cook
United Kingdom
Local time: 14:43
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Merci Dominique et toutes mes excuses pour ce retard considerable!
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8 hrs
I agree with the preceding answer: chargement à torsion--or sollicitation à torsion


Explanation:
I already proposed another answer, but just checked out *loading* in Termium, in the sense of : * French:Strength of Materials Engineering Tests and Reliability *chargement* s OBS - E.après --, cette poutre se déforme. s* The *sollicitation* proposed by another answerer (to your other post) also works here, according to LGDT: Toute force appliquée de l'extérieur agissant sur un corps ou une structure, et y induisant, par voie de conséquence, une contrainte. (b) En mécanique, ensemble de forces et de moments extérieurs agissant sur un corps. (c) Poids appliqué à un objet. (i) Force antérieure d'orientation quelconque produisant une action sur un élément de construction. (j) ((...)) ensemble des forces qui sollicitent une ossature suivant différents modes d'action. (k) Note(s): La soumission d'une pièce à une charge est appelée sollicitation. (b)



    Reference: http://www.termium.com
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Yolanda Broad
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Native speaker of: English
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3 days 1 hr
effort de torsion


Explanation:
Traduction donnée par Termium en aéronautique.
De plus, le vilebrequin est une pièce conçue pour transformer le mouvement alternatif du piston en un mouvement rotatif exploitable par la transmission.
Il me semble donc que cela se tient.

Bon courage


    Reference: http://www.termium.com
Fr?d?rique
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12 days
surplus de torsion


Explanation:
Le contexte pourrait faire pencher l'interprétation en faveur de ce sens : un vilebrequin subit des pressions, des forces "torsionnelles".


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Yves GOUAST
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