tractive force


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tractive force

n
(General Engineering) the force measured in the drawbar of a locomotive or tractor
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The two tires Tractor70 and Tractor85, which share the same design, are characterized by their robustness and durability, and also ensure a high degree of ride comfort and tractive force.
Its drive system uses proven hydraulic components that maintain even tractive force across the front and rear drives.
When the tractive force is negative during a deceleration, this negative force is assumed to be supplied by vehicle and powertrain braking ([F.
The machine features optimised weight distribution, 136kN of tractive force and is equipped with a hydraulically powered wet brake system.
From the outset the Macan boasts the recently developed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK), which transfers power as required and almost free of interruption in tractive force.
Because this grip is somewhat insecure, the resultant tractive force is limited and I consider this manoeuvre to be the most effective and least traumatic method of relieving moderate to severe obstruction.
Let's calculate the required tractive force of the water jet.
In order to engine was able to generate the necessary tractive force, the vehicle is equipped with magnetic gearbox with different gear ratios.
After regime theory a concept based on the application of the principle of a limiting tractive force for a boundary of any given material under non scouring conditions was introduced [16-17].
Incorporating a Volvo Tier 4 Final D4 engine, the EC160E boasts an 8 percent improvement in fuel efficiency, and 5 percent improvements in tractive force and engine power compared to previous-generation models.
The 130-mt units were designed to Codelco's specifications and provide a maximum speed of 60 km/h, powered by four 600-kW traction motors that generate maximum tractive force of 256 kN.