hypoid gear

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hypoid gear

[′hī‚pȯid ¦gir]
(mechanical engineering)
Gear wheels connecting nonparallel, nonintersecting shafts, usually at right angles.
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50] Wheels 0,66 Forewheels journal axles 0,33 Spring plates 0,60 Ventilators 0,57 Transmission box gears 0,49 Crank-shafts of two engine models 0,40; 0,46 Engines' exhaust valves 0,20 Hypoid gears [sigma] = 6540 and 7380 0,33; 0,37 kg/[cm.
For instance, if you spill differential oil (aka hypoid gear oil) on your clothes, you can wash it 100 times, but you'll never get the horrible stink out of it.
The Y hated poor quality petrol and ran much better on high octane fuel An updated version, the YB appeared in 1952 featuring Lockheed twin leading shoe braking system, 15-inch wheels and a much more modern hypoid type of back axle.
The complex curvature of the hypoid gears used on the rear axle ring and pinion makes it impossible to see both sides of each gear tooth in a single image.
2000) used ECM-based process for tooth profile-modification of carburized hypoid gears and investigated current density distribution in the gear teeth.
Both feature an upgraded drive unit, a stationary-mounted drive motor to eliminate power cable flexing during steering, and a hypoid gear set for quieter motor operation.
Topics include the load capacity of bevel and hypoid gears, contact analysis of planetary roller screws, residual stress from the gear laser welding process, a vibration monitoring system for helicopters, and powertrain control logic in hybrid electric cars.
As one of the leading bearing suppliers for power transmission applications worldwide, NSK has conducted an evaluation of all current gear designs--worm, hypoid bevel, epicyclics, spur and bevel types.
The spiroid gearing is an intermediate gearing type between hypoid and worm gearing pertaining to gearing group with skew line axes.
The SkatePlate[TM], from Woodman Tools LLC, is a direct upgrade for all Skill HD 77, Skil Mag 77, Bosch 1677MD and Makita Hypoid circular saws.
This effort, initiated in 1952 and completed in 1960, involved a multiphase project to develop test procedures for the evaluation of hypoid gear lubricants and to study the loading, temperature, and sliding velocity conditions of automotive hypoid gears.
Equipped for both stand-alone shop floor or gear lab applications, the tester provides automatic inspection of straight and helical cylindrical gears; spiral and hypoid bevel gears; crown gears; cylindrical worm shafts; conical cylindrical gears; segment gears; shaving cutters and hobs; pinion-shaped cutters; beveloid gears; synchronous gears; 3D geometry; and form and positional measurements, diameters, and distances.