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gear train

n.
A system of interconnected gears.

gear train

n
(General Engineering) engineering a system of gears that transmits power from one shaft to another
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Young Jedi discover engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics and eccentric motion.
BVR designs and manufactures gear trains, sensors, and electronic packages for its actuators and servos, as well as the SVO-5000 autopilot actuator, a component of Rockwell Collins' pro line fusion integrated avionics system.
The high viscosity level provides for a better transmission of the lubricant throughout the gear trains.
As we know, when two multiple joint kinematic chains or two gear trains kinematic chains are isomorphic, their WDCCGs are exactly the same, their vertices and edges are in one-to-one correspondence with each other, and the vertices and edges in correspondence keep the same incidence and weighted relation.
The system provided an insight into the internal structure of the mechanism with its complex and confusing gear trains.
Children will work on reinforcing key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics, eccentric motion and more.
This was based on the company's experience with turboprop gear trains.
He covers the geometry of cylindrical gears, the integrity of gears, elements of cylindrical gear drive design, bevel gears, planetary gear trains, and worm gear drives.
These movements require the highly-specialised production and adjustment techniques of perfectly-made miniature components, such as wheels and gear trains.
Gear trains are widely used in various means of transport, including air, rail and road transport.
Thus, they differ from an ordinary parallel shaft gear trains by having a moving axis or axes: sun pinion gear, planet gear, planet carrier, internal toothed ring gear--annulus, Fig.