rubber tire

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Noun1.rubber tire - a tire consisting of a rubber ring around the rim of an automobile wheelrubber tire - a tire consisting of a rubber ring around the rim of an automobile wheel
retread, recap - a used automobile tire that has been remolded to give it new treads
tire, tyre - hoop that covers a wheel; "automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air"
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It was not an unpleasant sensation as I leant back in the comfortable hansom, and rather to one side, in order to have a good look at myself in the bevelled mirror that is almost as great an improvement in these vehicles as the rubber tires.
Key statement: A pneumatic tire is manufactured by vulcanizing the uncured tire formed by assembling uncured rubber tire components, at least one of which is made by winding a plurality of tapes around an axis while traversing the tapes along the axis, wherein the number of strokes of the traversing of the tapes is increased in a thick portion than in a thin portion of the tire component, and an angle between one end and the other end of each of the tapes around said axis is at most 90 degrees.
As shown in Figure 1, the RTDRH absorber used in this study was fabricated by mixing rubber tire dust (industrial waste) and rice husks (agricultural waste) by using a hardeneing agent.
Early traction testing for treaded tires with the bio-additive shows them performing on par with existing rubber tire technology in wet and hot conditions, according to the OSU material scientists.
We present here a case involving use of crumb rubber tire as a surface amendment on playgrounds as a model case where the published literature did not contain the needed answers.
Says Hooks, "While material costs are similar to the rubber tire, capital expenditure, labor costs, and material waste are lower.
Operators, the replacement cost of just one rubber tire on a construction or material-handling vehicle will make you think twice about your driving habits at the work site.
These devices feature a DC brush motor, housed in a wheel geared to provide the highest torque at low speed of any motor in its class, with an integrated changeable solid rubber tire.
In 1887 a British inventor, John Boyd Dunlop (1840-1921), decided to rim the wheels of his son's tricycle with a rubber tire (and patented the notion the following year).
Key statement: A carbon black reinforced rubber composition which contains hydrophilic sorbitan monostearate and specialized tackifying resin and a pneumatic rubber tire having a visually observable rubber component, such as for example a rubber sidewall, of said rubber composition.
Replacing the existing terrazzo floor and rubber tire walk-off mats, the new patterned marble floor enlivens the restored marble wall finish.