What is throttle?

  • (verb): Kill by squeezing the throat of so as to cut off the air.
    Synonyms: strangle, strangulate
    See also — Additional definitions below

Throttle

A throttle is the mechanism by which the flow of a fluid is managed by constriction or obstruction.

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Cox Model Engine - Use in Radio Controlled Models
... From the mid-1960s Cox produced throttle control devices for some of their engines, however these were not as effective as throttles on other brand engines as the Cox throttle ... Exhaust throttles were produced for most Bee and all Medallion engines but not Tee Dee ... In 2010, an after market R/C throttle/choke has been developed for the.049 reed valve engines ...
Throttle (novella)
... Throttle is a novella written in co-authorship by Stephen King and his son Joe Hill ... Matheson's short story "Duel", which served as inspiration for Throttle ...
Thrust Lever - Throttle Levers
... The throttle lever assembly is often designed to incorporate high-pressure (HP) cock switches so that the pilot has instinctive control of the fuel supply to the engine ... Microswitches are located in the throttle box so that the throttle levers actuate the switches to shut the valves when the levers are at their aft end of travel ... The throttle lever must be pulled back to its aft position and a mechanical latch operated, or a detent (hard point) overcome, to allow the lever to travel further and ...
Radio-controlled Helicopters - Radio Gear - Controls
... controls Roll - Cyclic Pitch, Elevator (Fore-Aft Cyclic Pitch), Rudder (Yaw) and Pitch/Throttle (Collective Pitch/Power) ... is usually configured such that pitch is around -1 degree at 0% throttle stick, and somewhere around 10 degrees at 100% throttle stick ... It is also necessary to modulate the throttle in conjunction with the pitch so that the model maintains a constant 'head speed' (the rotor's RPM) ...
Throttle - Other Engines
... Most engines have some kind of throttle control, though the particular way that power is regulated is often different ... Steam locomotives normally have the throttle or "regulator" in a characteristic dome at the top of the boiler ... from bubbles on the surface of the boiler water) being drawn into the throttle valve, which could damage it ...

More definitions of "throttle":

  • (verb): Reduce the air supply.
    Synonyms: choke

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    Took his farewell journey to the Promised Land.
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