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What lifting mechanism is likely to have the best energy recovery ratio? [closed]
Suppose I was designing an apparatus which needed to lift 250kg 5cm high, hold it there for a few seconds, and then lower the object back to the original height. Such a process would need to be ...
May 2 '13 at 22:00
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