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driving wheel

[′drīv·iŋ ‚wēl]
(mechanical engineering)
A wheel that supplies driving power.
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2) drive forward until the drive wheel touches the curb, (3) extend the front casters, (4) begin driving forward while lifting the drive wheels, (5) continue driving forward until the driving wheels are on top of the curb, (6) continue driving forward until rear casters contact the curb, and (7) lift rear casters on top of the curb.
The two wheel balance application allows MEBot to balance on its two driving wheels similar to a Segway [24].
Kinematic mismatch coefficient is the term used to describe the ratio of theoretical speeds between different axles' driving wheels.
Kinematic mismatch coefficient is the term used to describe the ratio between theoretical speeds of different axles' driving wheels (Szente 2005; Vantsevich 2007; Zebrowski 2010):
Thus, when the front wheels are sliding, the rear driving wheels of transmission push the front wheels, which create a torque moment again and transfer it back to the transmission; in other words, the result in the so-called power circulation.
Tractor New Holland T 5060 was used for the tests to determine kinematic mismatch of driving wheels.
Geometric adjustment determined by the relative position between the plane in which the engines crankshaft spins and the plane in which the driving wheels rotate;
Splitting of the received power flow in two branches, one for each of the driving wheels of the axle.
The minirobot presented in figure 1 uses three geared DC motors, one for each driving wheel.
Conventional Xbox driving wheels use small vibration motors embedded in the steering wheel grips, offering an unrealistic buzz in the driver's hands.
This is a natural progression in our long-term relationship with Immersion as we continue to work together to develop innovate tactile gamepads, driving wheels and joysticks.

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