1. The recess in a part to hold a ring or snap ring. 2. Space between two adjacent tread ribs or lugs; the lowered section of the tire tread. 3. The specific path through a turn in an oval track or in road racing. 4. A rut.
The fastest route through a corner or around the entire track, also referred to as the line. When drivers follow the same line around the track, the build-up of rubber from their tires indicates where the groove is. A high groove takes a car closer to the outside wall for most of a lap, while a low groove takes a car closer to the apron than the outside wall. Road racers use the term line. Drivers search for a fast groove, and that has been known to change depending on track and weather conditions.
Slang term for the best route around a racetrack; the most efficient or quickest way around the track for a particular driver. The "high groove" takes a car closer to the outside wall for most of a lap, while the "Low groove" takes a car closer to the apron than the outside wall. Road racers use the term "line." Drivers search for a fast groove, and that has been known to change depending on track and weather conditions.
The space between two adjacent tread ribs. Gross Axle Weight Rating The maximum weight that any axle can support, as published on the Certification / VIN label on the front left side of the trailer. Actual weight determined by weighing each axle on a public scale, with the trailer attached to the towing vehicle. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating The maximum weight of the fully loaded trailer, as published on the Certification / VIN label. Actual weight determined by weighing trailer on a public scale, without being attached to the towing vehicle. Hitch Weight The downward force exerted on the hitch ball by the trailer coupler.
The term used for the route that a particular driver takes to circumvent a race track the fastest. The driverâ€(tm)s groove can change depending on tires, racecar set-up, and weather conditions. The use different grooves will also depend a lot on a particular driverâ€(tm)s driving style.
(aka: "score line") markings or lines etched into the face of a golf club to enhance spin direction and decrease hydroplaning Example: You should regularly clean the grooves on your clubs to ensure maximum spin.
A commercial virtual office concept. This product has a bit of a different spin on collaboration, but advertises similar benefits as proposed by this solution. A primary advantage of this solution is that it will be open source. The Groove website is: http://www.groove.net/home
In wood strips with a tongue and groove joint, a tongue is milled on one edge of the strip and a groove is cut into the opposite edge. The form of the joint is also referred to as male (tongue) or female (groove). When the flooring is installed, the tongue of each strip is inserted into the groove of the adjacent strip.
Continuous, spiraled trench-like radial guidance track of a recordable or rewritable disc offset towards the entrance surface that defines track centerline for recording purposes and contains CLV clocking, addressing, and other information.
Guide tracks for writing onto optical CD discs. Marks are recorded on the tracks with a laser beam. The grooves are formed by the molding process. Grooves on CD-R are in a 1.6ƒÊm pitch and in a spiral, like on CD.
Groove mode adds extra dynamism and bass to your music. This super-bass sound is further enhanced by the special Groove headphones with built-in Bass Booster and longer ear chip. Especially effective for club music
In popular music groove, used in the sense of rhythm, is a term for metre and its embellishment by a rhythm section. Richard Middleton (1999) describes, "the concept of groove â€“ a term now theorized by analysts but long familiar in musicians' own usage â€“ marks an understanding of rhythmic patterning that underlies its role in producing the characteristic rhythmic 'feel' of a piece, a feel created by a repeating framework within which variation can then take place."
"Vee" - A groove in the drive sheave which produces a pinching or wedging effect on the cable, used on gearless machines. "U" - A groove in the drive sheave, which relies on friction between groove and cable, used on gearless machines.
Groove is a movie released in the year 2000. It portrays one night in the San Francisco underground rave scene. Through a single email the word gets out that a huge rave is going to take place in an abandoned warehouse.
In sports, referring to the optimum state of balance and performance. In sailing, the course taken with the sails properly set which allows the boat to reach its maximum speed and best angle to the wind for prevailing conditions. "Our boat was in the groove and we were fast approaching our final destination."
a very delicate thing, and when you've got one that really works, it almost doesn't matter what volume the different components are -- if you change the overall volume of any one component the whole thing still sounds good