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Meanings and phrases
- the friction between a body and the surface on which it moves (as between an automobile tire and the road); grip; adhesive friction
- (orthopedics) the act of pulling on a bone or limb (as in a fracture) to relieve pressure or align parts in a special way during healing
- steam-powered locomotive for drawing heavy loads along surfaces other than tracks
- This suggests that new traction motors were fitted.
- WAG5A is the one with Alstom traction motors.
- indicate traction motors connected in series or parallel.
- It has traction control and ABS braking systems.
- VDC incorporates a form of traction control.
- It is also used for traction control systems of some cars.
- As the cable system was being built electric traction was being developed.
- The installation was not reliable and was replaced by electric traction in 1909.
- In 1885, the first demonstration of an electric traction engine in New York was on the Ninth Avenue El.
- However, Johnson's ideas gained traction with lawmakers over time.
- It gained traction from Megan Jayne Crabbe, who spreads body positivity on social media.
- According to "The Economist", many people find the term outdated, but no new term has gained traction.
- De Blasio's campaign failed to gain traction.
- Trump's 1970s-era proposal was widely opposed and failed to gain traction.
- However, after failing to gain traction with networks, it was retooled for a younger target audience.
- CIÉ withdrew steam traction in 1963 and subsequently all but No.
- In contrast the Leipzig–Dresden Railway used only steam traction from its beginning.
- In the days of steam traction, it was often necessary to double-head departing passenger trains.
- The traction motor is a straight-wound motor.
- The traction motor adopted Alstom's brushless DC motor.
- The traction motor was self-ventilated, mounted on bogie.
- The cars were towed to Morden by traction engines, mounted on road bogies.
- By this time, the locomotive boiler had become ubiquitous for traction engines.
- Fowler) made their portable engines in the same style as traction engines, with the cylinder at the smokebox end.