differential gear

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Synonyms for differential gear

a bevel gear that permits rotation of two shafts at different speeds

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In this case, the efficiency of the differential gear needs to be determined taking into account the fact that significant power is transmitted from the carrier to the epicycle or vice versa.
To formulate differential gear oils, phosphorus anti-wear (AW) and sulfurous extreme pressure (EP) agents are widely employed to avoid wear, seizure, and other damages at bearings or gears [9-10].
Differential gear lubricant bathes the axle bearings, keeping a constant flow of lubricant on the bearing rollers.
Two such torque converters also have the potential to replace differential gear assemblies in automobiles, as will be discussed.
The device uses a differential gear previously believed to have been invented in the 16th century, and is remarkable for the level of miniaturisation and complexity of its parts, which is comparable to that of 18th century clocks.
The six-speed manual gearbox can be notchy if you rush it but the change is light and a shorter differential gear ratio on the Sport delivers sharper in-gear acceleration.
The users watch an introductory video or animation about the operation of the differential gear and understand its operation in two cases: (1) the car moves straight and (2) the car turns.
In addition, Isuzu decided to save costs on such parts as manual transmissions and transaxles, which combine the transmission and the differential gear, through procurement from Mitsubishi Motors.
When Ford realized a need to upgrade the manufacturing process of its differential gear case, it turned to Turmatic Systems Inc, St Louis, MO, makers of the Turmat Multi-Axis Rotary Transfer Machine for processing components with internally machined features.
One type of chariot had an advanced guidance system: a wheel-mounted differential gear mechanism comprising wooden pin teeth would operate an outstretched arm so that it always pointed south.
6) A differential gear that applies optimal drive forc
Repair was "easy," he notes wryly, "after we removed the gas tank, top and bottom differential gear cases, two bull gear sections, both wheels, both fenders, both brake bands, battery box, all three bearing mounts and the left bevel gear.
The so-called road-calming bumps are a nightmare for all motorists, damaging exhaust systems, axle shafts and differential gear boxes.
Each wheel of the eight-wheel-drive forwarders are fitted with NAF planetary drives, driven thorough the bogie axle housing by a differential gear set driven off the transmission driveshaft.
He made his first Ferguson hydraulic system in 1925 for his Ferguson-Black prototype tractor of which David Brown had made the differential gear and transmission.
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