(I) Hence WR measures the torque T.
The torque T at any instant of steady running is therefore I WR Lord Kelvin patented a brake in 1858 (fig.
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WR.) Busiri [Abu `Abdallah Muhammad ibn Sa`id ul-Busiri] (I 2 I 11294), Arabian poet, lived in Egypt, where he wrote under the patronage of Ibn Hinna, the vizier.
water of the Great Bend (par wr) of Naharin (N-h-r-n)" (Breasted„ Anc. Rec. ii.