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    what is meant by mechanical drive?

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    1. eSpeX
      • 2 years ago
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      It varies depending on the context, but in general it is something maintained in motion by a mechanical force. Not to be confused with a magnetic drive that uses a magnetic force to propel the object.

    2. Koikkara
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      @elan6888 Welcome to Open Study Buddy... Hmm, presently I'm undergoing a training at Kochin Refinery, India. Well, to my knowledge it is used mainly in the oil and gas industry, mechanical drive gas turbines provide a reliable and efficient power source to run various machines and applications, even in the most aggressive environments. Well, @eSpeX already had a smart answer. Thank You

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