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projection line A horizontal or vertical line that can be used to locate entities in an adjacent view.
prototype a full scale working model of a design intended to have complete,or almost complete,form,fit,and function of the intended design. a prototype is used to test a design concept by making actual observations and making any necessary adjustments.
rapid prototyping the procces of creating a solid model in a computer-controlled machine using a CAD desing file.
resistance a measure of the resistance a material or component has to the flow of electricity (charge). The higher the electrical resistance,the more resistant the material or components is to the flow of charge (current).
reverse engineering a strategy used to find answers to questions about an exsiting product that are later used in the design of another product.
right brain the right hemisphere of the cerebullum where it is beleived simultaneous, holistic, spatial, and relational information processing are favored.
rotational velocity The rate of change of angle with change. Two typical units of rational velocity are radians/seconds (rad/s) and deg/secons (deg/s).
safety factor a measure of how much the product is over built and the ratio of the ultimate stress(breaking point)and the working stress(maximum expected load).
schematic a diagram of a system that uses graphic symbols to represent pneumatic, hydraulic, or electrical components.
science a descriptive discipline that makes observations through experimental investigation to explain physical and natural phenomena. science seeks to answer the question "why?".
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