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drive shaft

also drive·shaft (drīv′shăft′)
n.
A rotating shaft that transmits mechanical power from a motor or an engine to a point or region of application.

drive shaft

or

driveshaft

n
(Mechanical Engineering) another name for propeller shaft

drive′ shaft`


n.
a shaft for imparting torque from a power source or prime mover to machinery.
[1890–95]
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 26, 2019-: Drive Shaft Market 2019 Global Size, Share, Industry Growth, Sales And Drivers Analysis, Competitive Landscape And Regional Forecast To 2024
The defects with drive shaft may bring abnormal noise from the chassis or keep the vehicle from being able to accelerate, resulting in safety risks, the regulator said.
Oswego, IL, December 11, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The Drive Shaft Assemblies are articles of various Starter-Generator(s) manufactured by Skurka Aerospace Inc.
Removing the alternator from the engine revealed the alternator drive shaft had sheared off flush with the case located aft of the drive coupling.
A drive shaft is a hollow tube made of steel that is used to connect multiple components within a drive train.
The automaker is recalling the vehicles because they may be equipped with rear drive shaft bolt fasteners that could loosen and result in the rear drive shaft separating from the transmission or the rear axle differential.
Drive shaft material evacuation ports in the flange help protect the drive system from debris.
[USPRwire, Tue Aug 25 2015] Drive Shaft Market by Type (Rigid & Hollow Drive Shaft), Position (Rear & Front Drive Shaft), Vehicle Type (Passenger Car (Hatchback, Sedan, SUV/MUV/MPV, Others) & LCV), & by Region - Global Forecast and Trends to 2020
Pull the lower straight drive shaft down only when you're installing or taking off the feeder.
The drive shaft, for example, is coated with Nylon 11, a material known for its toughness and weatherability.
The equipment uses a shaft mounted laser, which is trued to the drive shaft before passing a self-centering target along the bore and measuring deviation from the projected centre line.