pentes des rampes

English translation: grades (or slopes) of the ramps

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French term or phrase:pentes des rampes
English translation:grades (or slopes) of the ramps

04:20 Apr 28, 2020
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French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Patents / patent
French term or phrase: pentes des rampes
** système de direction assistée

*** Les vitesses de déplacement V7, V4, V2, qui correspondront aux pentes des rampes de la ligne brisée, pourront être librement choisies et programmées, en fixant les repères temporels tl, t2, t3... délimitant les durées de déplacement en fonction des amplitudes de déplacement Xsup, Xinf.
imene souissi
Tunisia
grades (or slopes) of the ramps
Explanation:
https://www.lememento.fr/calcul-pente

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Note added at 18 mins (2020-04-28 04:38:38 GMT)
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If this is a mathematical graph (see picture), the rampe is a mathematical "curve" in EN

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Note added at 4 hrs (2020-04-28 08:46:15 GMT)
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Grades or slopes or gradients; or curve. in a graph.
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3 +2grades (or slopes) of the ramps
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basics of patenting ...
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grades (or slopes) of the ramps


Explanation:
https://www.lememento.fr/calcul-pente

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Note added at 18 mins (2020-04-28 04:38:38 GMT)
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If this is a mathematical graph (see picture), the rampe is a mathematical "curve" in EN

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Note added at 4 hrs (2020-04-28 08:46:15 GMT)
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Grades or slopes or gradients; or curve. in a graph.

mrrafe
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Local time: 15:48
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Stephen McCann
3 hrs
  -> Thank you Stephen

agree  SafeTex: I like "gradients" best
1 day 8 hrs
  -> Thank you Tex. On gradients, compare Chris Collister (discussion entry #1).

neutral  Daryo: yes for grades / slopes or gradients, but "ramps" needs more checking / context - is it just a kind of virtual graphic in some electronic device or a palpable piece of hardware that is part of the steering mechanism? Could make a difference.
2 days 5 hrs
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11 hrs
Reference: basics of patenting ...

Reference information:
What you can patent

You can use a patent to protect your invention. It gives you the right to take legal action against anyone who makes, uses, sells or imports it without your permission.

To be granted a patent, your invention must be all of the following:

-- something that can be made or used
-- new
-- inventive - not just a simple modification to something that already exists
Patents are expensive and difficult to get. Before you apply, check if a patent is right for your business.

What you can’t patent

You can’t patent certain types of invention, including:

-- literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works
-- a way of doing business, playing a game or thinking
-- a method of medical treatment or diagnosis
-- a discovery, scientific theory or mathematical method
-- the way information is presented
-- some computer programs or mobile apps
-- ‘essentially biological’ processes like crossing-breeding plants, and plant or animal varieties

https://www.gov.uk/patent-your-invention

Daryo
United Kingdom
Native speaker of: Native in SerbianSerbian, Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 4
Note to reference poster
Asker: @mrrafe in fact the term was takn from a scientific patent, which I couldn't specify differently.


Peer comments on this reference comment (and responses from the reference poster)
neutral  mrrafe: Agreed but another part of this ST appears in a prior question, and seems to be more of a patent for a steering mechanism which is OK. This part is just explanation of the mechanism. I think.
1 hr
  -> a patent for a "steering mechanism"- i.e. for s.t. that can be made THAT can be patented OTOH whatever scientific knowledge was applied in elaborating the "thing" IS NOT what is or could be "patented" - that distinction seems too hard to grasp?
neutral  SafeTex: the reference is fine but not the point that you are trying to make. Just because the question is scientific here does not mean that he is trying to patent a scientific theory. We all know the patent is for a steering mechanism of some sort!!!
20 hrs
  -> this Asker keeps repeadly calling patents "scientific patents" - which makes no sense.
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