backlashing

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{i} act or instance of lashing back, coming back in the opposite direction (especially referring to a reel in Fishing); act or instance of coming against someone or something, opposition; repercussion
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The distance through which one part of connected machinery, as a wheel, piston, or screw, can be moved without moving the connected parts, resulting from looseness in fitting or from wear
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A sudden backward motion
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: To cause or set off a backlash
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A reaction, objection or outcry, especially of a violent or abrupt nature

The public backlash to the proposal was quick and insistent.

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The distance through which one part of connected machinery, as a wheel, piston, or screw, can be moved without moving the connected parts, resulting from looseness in fitting or from wear; also, the jarring or reflex motion caused in badly fitting machinery by irregularities in velocity or a reverse of motion
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a sudden or forceful backward movement, recoil; a strong negative reaction
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A relative movement between interacting mechanical parts as a result of looseness
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In a mechanical system, backlash is the relative motion between two devices, connected by a coupler, gear, screw, etc
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The tendency of wire being coiled to wind back over the coil
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A backlash against a tendency or recent development in society or politics, is a sudden, strong reaction against it. the male backlash against feminism. a right-wing backlash. = reaction. a strong negative reaction by a number of people against recent events, especially against political or social developments backlash against
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The play or loose motion in an instrument due to the clearance existing between mechanically contacting parts
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a movement back from an impact
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Term describing the amount of play between gears, or gear mesh If too loose, the gear can slip, or strip the teeth Too tight, and excessive wear is caused
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an adverse reaction to some political or social occurrence; "there was a backlash of intolerance
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A jarring reaction when starting or reversing a load, caused by play in a coupling
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Play in-between the gears
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{i} rebound, recoiling; sudden backward movement or reaction
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Describes the play in the meshing of two gears Too much backlash and the gears could slip or break the teeth, too little backlash could cause excess wear and tear The common rule is the thickness of two sheets of paper for the right am ount of backlash
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Fouled or tangled line on an open faced reel
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For a motion system the backlash is defined as the lost motion after reversing direction Reasons can be play in screw/nut fittings, gearheads, bearings, insufficient axial preloads Backlash is fairly repeatable and can be compensated for
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have an unexpected and undesired effect; "Your comments may backfire and cause you a lot of trouble"
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Dead space or unwanted movement in a control system
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Mechanical dead band caused by clearance between drive train components resulting in lost motion which may occur upon reversing direction It may be caused by inaccuracy or improper preloading of a nut of axial bearing on a linear ball screw drive or gear teeth meshed against a worm gear drive in a rotary stage
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The backward rotation of a driven gear that is permitted by clearance between meshing teeth of two gears
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A reaction, objection or outcry, especially of a violent or [abrupt] nature
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Rotational movement of the output shaft clockwise and counter clockwise, while holding the input shaft stationary Usually expressed in thousandths of an inch and measured at a specific radius at the output shaft
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A backward rotation of the halyard winch spools caused by the spring tension of the wire that is wound on the spools
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similar to hysteresis but more commonly applied to mechanical systems
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Backlash is a negative response to an action When someone or a group is forced to do something against their will they will often resist or try to get back at the person or group who forced them in the first place This can result in a reversal of an apparently resolved situation, and may even escalate the conflict further
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The jarring or reflex motion caused in badly fitting machinery by irregularities in velocity or a reverse of motion
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an adverse reaction to some political or social occurrence; "there was a backlash of intolerance"
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