driving axle


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Noun1.Driving axle - the axle of a self-propelled vehicle that provides the driving powerdriving axle - the axle of a self-propelled vehicle that provides the driving power
axle - a shaft on which a wheel rotates
drive line, drive line system - mechanism that transmits power from the engine to the driving wheels of a motor vehicle
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However, the simple addition of a driving axle can drastically increase fuel consumption and negatively impact the overall vehicle dynamics and performance.
If losses in the elements of the transmission, expressed in terms of mechanical efficiency, are also taken into consideration, the part of power that arrives to the transmission from the front driving axle has the following expression:
The Meritor SoloDrive Series is designed to provide lightweight axle solutions with greater efficiency by providing one driving axle in a tandem configuration.
The tandem axles also enable customers to produce advanced all wheel drive vehicles when integrated with Fabco Transfer Cases and Front Steer Driving Axle systems.
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The ASHA - Dana/Spicer Axle license granted exclusive rights to "front driving axle applications" through December 31, 2000, and non-exclusive rights to "rear driving axle applications.
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This feature distributes the engine power equally between the driving axles, reducing the risk of wheel slip.