However, there were issues in setting a large angle for plunging constant velocity joints on differential gear
From the expressions (3) and (4) follows the dependence of the forces acting on the links of the differential gear
, which can be expressed as follows:
Wear at tapered roller bearings in differential gear
units should be restrained because it causes vibration after the unfavorable clearance increase in the axial direction exceeds certain threshold, which could severely damage other parts in the drivetrain (Fig.
A planetary gear set is used as the differential gear
in Formula1 due to its compactness, light weight and high torque capability.
Switch-operated locking of the differential gear
transfers driving power to the grounded wheels, improving the vehicle's capability to traverse mud and holes.
The rear differential gear
oil, automatic-transmission fluid, power-steering fluid, brake fluid, engine coolant, etc.
I rolled down the windows to see how deep I was in trouble and tried to get out of the sticky situation with low differential gear
At any particular load, component power losses include: engine combustion, friction, and thermal losses; parasitic losses due to pumping and electricity generation; transmission and differential gear
losses; braking losses; body aerodynamic drag; and tire rolling resistance and slip.
He came to Coventry, aged 18, to work with his uncle, James Starley, who invented the differential gear
, earning him the title "father of the bicycle industry".
Switching the differential gear
lock, the top speed of the 4x4 drops dramatically, but gives you precise control over the obstacles to come.
All solid-axle differential Camaros, Impalas, pickup trucks and 1953-1962 Corvettes have differential gear
oil lubricated bearings.
This utility was associated with the hunting tooth principle embodied as a one tooth differential gear
set and the Geneva wheel.