Foot pedal definitions. a lever operated with the foot. Synonyms: foot pedal, pedal, pedal.
Noun The lever or handle used to start, stop, or reverse a steam engine.
a rod or handle that moves about a fixed point so that one end of it can be pushed or pulled to control the operation of a machine or move a heavy or stiff object.
A 5/3-way valve has five ports and three states. They have two electromagnets, each capable of controlling a valve state. If no magnet is energized, the valve returns to the middle state. Therefore the valve is monostable.
Levers in our body are made up of bones, joints and muscles. A lever consists of: a rigid structure (bone) a force acting on it (muscle) that produces rotary motion (angular motion) a fulcrum that is a fixed point (joint)
There are three types or classes of levers, depending on where the load and force are in relation to the fulcrum: Premium levers. Second class lever. Third class lever.
Examples of everyday levers include seesaws, wheelbarrows, scissors, tongs, bottle openers, mops, brooms, shovels, nutcrackers, and sports equipment such as baseball bats, golf clubs, and hockey sticks. Even your arm can act as a lever.