Definitions for "Traction"
Keywords:  grip, tire, friction, road, tyre
The adhesive friction of a wheel on a rail, a rope on a pulley, or the like; as, the car is stuck in the snow because it can;t get any traction.
In the context of this book the concept of achieving grip between the wheels and the ground without slip, skid or sinkage.
The UTQG traction rating is designed to help consumers compare the wet-road braking performance of a tire. Government guidelines specify the test conditions for testing traction on asphalt and concrete. All tests involve braking in a straight line. None of the tests measure traction while turning, resistance to hydroplaning, traction on snow or ice, dry road traction or any other type of "traction".
The term as used in model railroading refers to streetcars, trolleys, and electric-powered interurban lines. They usually contain very tight curves and overhead wiring (functional in some cases) in an urban setting.
In the context of rail transportation and associated modeling, a term generally used to connote electric trolley, streetcar, and interurban lines and equipment.
The term used to describe all prototype locomotives and self-powered cars like trolleys and interurbans that operated by electrical power.
The act of drawing, or the state of being drawn; as, the traction of a muscle.
Specifically, the act of drawing a body along a plane by motive power, as the drawing of a carriage by men or horses, the towing of a boat by a tug.
Attraction; a drawing toward.
Dragging or rolling of particles on a surface.
Transport of sediment by wind or water in which the sediment remains in contact with the ground or bed of the stream, moving by rolling or sliding. (See suspension and saltation for comparison.)
larger boulders rolling or sliding along the riverbed
Traction is a progressive non-profit organization for youth in the North Carolina Triangle. They focus on social events such as celebrating Festivus, environmental issues such as encouraging solar energy use, and youth issues like money management.
"Traction" is the second episode of The Batman's first season. It originally aired in North America on September 25, 2004.
Contraction of opposing membranes acting to distort or detach underlying retinal tissue from its normal anatomical position and function.
Keywords:  kiting, power, see
see power kiting.
Keywords:  stretch
a vector quantity, and, as a result, it has both magnitude and direction
Keywords:  paint, oils, layer, movement, another
In oils, the movement of one paint layer over another.