Carry Mechanism

Some articles on carry mechanism, carry, mechanisms, mechanism:

Pascal's Calculator - Pascal Versus Schickard - Wrong Carry Mechanism
... that the single-tooth gear, like that used by Schickard, would not do for a general carry mechanism ... The single-tooth gear works fine if the carry is only going to be propagated a few places but, if the carry has to be propagated several places along the accumulator, the ... During a carry transfer all these wheels meshed with the wheels of the digit receiving the carry ...
Adding - Performing Addition - Computers
... work directly with physical quantities, so their addition mechanisms depend on the form of the addends ... digital computers, where the efficiency of addition, in particular the carry mechanism, is an important limitation to overall performance ... Clock could add and subtract, but it was severely limited by an awkward carry mechanism ...
Pascal's Calculator - Carry Mechanism - The Three Phases of A Carry Transmission
... The animation on the right shows the three phases of a carry transmission ... The two carry pins (one after the other) lift the sautoir pushing on its protruding part marked (3,4,5) ... The sautoir keeps on moving up and suddenly the second carry pin drops it ...
Semi-automatic Pistol - History
... Borchardt invented the C-93 mechanism, based in large part upon Maxim's toggle-lock principle ... The C-93 featured a clever locking mechanism modeled after the human knee joint ... Kniegelenk ("knee-joint") locking mechanism ...

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