a braking system used on electric and diesel-electric locomotives in which the leads of the electric motors can be reversed so that the motors act as generators, offering resistance to the rotating wheel axles and dissipating kinetic energy, thereby retarding the locomotive.
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What Are 5 Types Of Lexical Verbs?Lexical verbs are the main verbs (or action words) in a sentence. They can show the subject’s action or express a state of being. They fall into several categories: transitive, intransitive, linking, dynamic, and static. Transitive and Intransitive Verbs A transitive verb expresses action, and needs a direct object to receive that action. “Alice sees the candle,” is an example. Sees is the lexical verb …
- dynamic character,
- dynamic equilibrium,
- dynamic headroom,
- dynamic ileus,
- dynamic link library
Origin of dynamic braking
First recorded in 1925–30
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