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English translation: backlash/play

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Polish term or phrase:zapas ruchu
English translation:backlash/play
Entered by: Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
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23:24 Apr 5, 2018
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Tech/Engineering - Aerospace / Aviation / Space / airplanes
Polish term or phrase: zapas ruchu
[samolot MiG-29]
zapas ruchu regulowac za pomoca wkretu regulacyjnego na koncu trzonu
zaworu uzgodnienia, po regulacji wkret zabezpieczyc podkladka kontrujaca.
Diana Kokoszka
United States
Local time: 14:20
backlash/play
Explanation:
Zapas ruchu wygląda na luz, czyli backlash po angielsku.

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2. (Mechanical Engineering) the play between parts
https://www.thefreedictionary.com/backlash

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In mechanical engineering, backlash, sometimes called lash or play, is a clearance or lost motion in a mechanism caused by gaps between the parts. It can be defined as "the maximum distance or angle through which any part of a mechanical system may be moved in one direction without applying appreciable force or motion to the next part in mechanical sequence",[1]p. 1-8 and is a mechanical form of deadband. An example, in the context of gears and gear trains, is the amount of clearance between mated gear teeth. It can be seen when the direction of movement is reversed and the slack or lost motion is taken up before the reversal of motion is complete. It can be heard from the railway couplings when a train reverses direction. Another example is in a valve train with mechanical tappets, where a certain range of lash is necessary for the valves to work properly.

Depending on the application, backlash may or may not be desirable

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backlash_(engineering)

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Thus rod of the retainer pushes hooks to a bracket, removing the backlash and safeguards the lock from being unlocked spontaneously. In retracted position the leg is retained with the retracted position lock.
http://www.aviaserv.com/failai/Yak-50TechnicalDescription.pd...
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Local time: 14:20
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backlash/play


Explanation:
Zapas ruchu wygląda na luz, czyli backlash po angielsku.

ccccccccccccccc
2. (Mechanical Engineering) the play between parts
https://www.thefreedictionary.com/backlash

ccccccc

In mechanical engineering, backlash, sometimes called lash or play, is a clearance or lost motion in a mechanism caused by gaps between the parts. It can be defined as "the maximum distance or angle through which any part of a mechanical system may be moved in one direction without applying appreciable force or motion to the next part in mechanical sequence",[1]p. 1-8 and is a mechanical form of deadband. An example, in the context of gears and gear trains, is the amount of clearance between mated gear teeth. It can be seen when the direction of movement is reversed and the slack or lost motion is taken up before the reversal of motion is complete. It can be heard from the railway couplings when a train reverses direction. Another example is in a valve train with mechanical tappets, where a certain range of lash is necessary for the valves to work properly.

Depending on the application, backlash may or may not be desirable

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backlash_(engineering)

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Thus rod of the retainer pushes hooks to a bracket, removing the backlash and safeguards the lock from being unlocked spontaneously. In retracted position the leg is retained with the retracted position lock.
http://www.aviaserv.com/failai/Yak-50TechnicalDescription.pd...

Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.
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