Dog Clutch


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dog clutch

[′dȯg ‚kləch]
(design engineering)
A clutch in which projections on one part fit into recesses on the other part.

Dog Clutch

 

a device consisting of two parts (half-clutches) whose end faces have projections (lugs) and notches that mesh. Dog clutches are usually used for coupling and uncoupling two shafts or to couple a shaft with a component that rests freely on it, such as a gear or pulley.

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