de partida

English translation: "vibracion de partida" = "start-up vibration". It refers to the vibrations occurred when you start the devise(s) up.

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Spanish term or phrase:de partida
English translation:"vibracion de partida" = "start-up vibration". It refers to the vibrations occurred when you start the devise(s) up.
Entered by: Rafle

10:50 Apr 27, 2005
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Energy / Power Generation
Spanish term or phrase: de partida
El conjunto de las bombas debería ser chequeada por alisamiento, casi sin vibración de partida en servicio

I cannot get the sense of this almost without vibration when starting service?
this is from NOx water pumps of gas turbine alignment procedure
Wibblet
Local time: 00:48
with almost no start-up vibration when operational /in service
Explanation:
"vibracion de partida" = "start-up vibration". It refers to the vibrations occurred when you start the devise(s) up.
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Rafle
Local time: 01:48
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Thanks very much
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4 +3with almost no start-up vibration when operational /in service
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with almost no start-up vibration when operational /in service


Explanation:
"vibracion de partida" = "start-up vibration". It refers to the vibrations occurred when you start the devise(s) up.

Rafle
Local time: 01:48
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 4
Grading comment
Thanks very much

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