gear case

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Noun1.gear case - the shell (metal casing) in which a train of gears is sealed
casing, shell, case - the housing or outer covering of something; "the clock has a walnut case"
transmission system, transmission - the gears that transmit power from an automobile engine via the driveshaft to the live axle
transmission shaft - rotating shaft that transmits rotary motion from the engine to the differential
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Such form factor was not found in the open literature even in the Gaussian chain case. Its form is derived here for swollen chains.
A while back, Rathke worked alongside Rosemary Coates, president of Blue Silk Consulting, on a supply chain case that dealt with jet engines.
"Through participating in the supply chain case study, we were able to identify a potential total saving of 7% on our energy bills."
The 125 ST had an exposed half chain case, split mud guard design and Nitrox mono shock absorbers.
Welded into the chain case is a spring-loaded tension adjustor from a Baja motorbike.
Although this study is exploratory and looks to a single supply chain case, we encourage further research on other FT chains to better understand the evolution of ethical trade.
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The goat and leather bag, the GPS navigator holder, the key and the chain case as well as the pump and thermos leather cover have all been cut, sewed, assembled and embroidered by hand to "dress Amante.
The SABRE Home & Away Protection Kit is equipped with two self-defense sprays, a home unit and key chain case. The Home unit has a glow-in-the-dark safety and a wall-mount clip to keep it out of the reach of children.
We reviewed four lists of companies recognized by industry and academia for their supply chain excellence: from industry analysts AM R Research, its list of top 25 supply chains; from the Year 2010 Project at the Center for Transportation and Logistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (part of this project has focused on understanding supply chain excellence); from Accenture's list of "Supply Chain Masters"; and from supply chain case studies published by top-tier business schools.