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Actuators directly influence physical quantities such as temperature, pressure and density of gases, position and movement of bodies in space or electromagnetic quantities. They customarily work with precision gears or stepping motors which move slidegates, valves or other control elements with extremely high accuracy. According to their construction or mode of usage, electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic actuators can be distinguished. >piezoelectric effect), a magnetostrictive element, shape-memory metal alloys, electro-rheological liquids or electrochemical actuators and microactuators.

20 December 1876 Antioch (Turkey), d. II May 1956 Pasadena (CA); director (1923-46) of the Mount Wilson Observatory near Los Angeles (CA). >white dwarf to be discovered; also in 1914 developed, with i>Kohlschutter, a method for determining the absolute brightness (spectroscopic parallax) and thus the distance of stars. >Venus. >differential equations of the form dv dt = f(t ,y), wlth the initial condition y 0 = y(t0 ). t4 ) . g. the Taylor expansion or the I> Runge-Kutta method, to set the recursion in motion.

2) Walter Sydney, American astronomer, b. 20 December 1876 Antioch (Turkey), d. II May 1956 Pasadena (CA); director (1923-46) of the Mount Wilson Observatory near Los Angeles (CA). >white dwarf to be discovered; also in 1914 developed, with i>Kohlschutter, a method for determining the absolute brightness (spectroscopic parallax) and thus the distance of stars. >Venus. >differential equations of the form dv dt = f(t ,y), wlth the initial condition y 0 = y(t0 ). t4 ) . g. the Taylor expansion or the I> Runge-Kutta method, to set the recursion in motion.

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