Definition of Rotors

1. Noun. (plural of rotor) ¹



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Definition of Rotors

1. rotor [n] - See also: rotor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rotors

rotogravure
rotogravures
rotolo
rotolos
rotometers
rotomolded
rotomoulded
roton
rotor
rotor blade
rotor coil
rotor head
rotor shaft
rotorcraft
rotorcrafts
rotors (current term)
rotos
rotoscoliosis
rotoscope
rotoscoped
rotoscopes
rotoscopic
rotoscoping
rototill
rototilled
rototiller
rototillers
rototilling
rototillings
rototills

Literary usage of Rotors

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1. Principles of Alternating Current Machinery by Ralph Restieaux Lawrence (1920)
"Two distinct types of rotors are used in induction motors, the coil- wound and the squirrel-cage. Each of these possesses certain distinct advantages. ..."

2. Electrical Engineering: The Theory and Characteristics of Electrical by Clarence Victor Christie (1917)
"Cylindrical rotors.—The rotors of steam-turbine alternators present new features in design. ... 335 shows three sections of cylindrical rotors ..."

3. Marine Engineers' Handbook by Frank Ward Sterling (1920)
"BALANCING OF rotors rotors must be accurately balanced if excessive ... At the high speeds of turbine rotors such a condition will result in vibrations and ..."

4. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1909)
"Mass balancing of steam-turbine rotors. Gassier. 36: 442-4. S. '09. Heaven. Mark Twain's idea of heaven. Cur. bit. 47: Heaton, WH 653-7. D. '09. Heavens. ..."

5. An Elementary Treatise on Theoretical Mechanics by Alexander Ziwet (1893)
"ROTATIONS ; rotors. 57. When a rigid body has a motion of rotation about a fixed axis, all its points with the exception of those on the axis describe ..."

6. The Common Sense of the Exact Sciences by William Kingdon Clifford (1891)
"On Localised Vectors or rotors. Hitherto we have considered the position of a point p relative to a point A, and compared it with the position of another ..."

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