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cogwheel

[′käg‚wēl]
(design engineering)
A wheel with teeth around its edge.
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One of the most impressive and oldest cable cars of Switzerland is the Pilatus cogwheel railway from Alpnachstad to Pilatus Kulm at 2,132 metres above sea level.
Researchers from the National Museums Scotland in Edinburgh used state of the art x-ray scans to reveal the delicate cogwheels and Egyptian-style pillars to the maker's inscription.
A new factory theme has been introduced with frosty cogwheels and freezing pipes.
In another famous, and highly symbolic scene, the Tramp gets caught inside gigantic cogwheels, transformed into a mere piece of the machine.
The used gear ratio is 33:1, the followed bevel gears respectively cogwheels have ratio of 3:1.
All concerned sectors should work together like cogwheels to ensure harmony and proper coordination between them to achieve tangible results in conjunction with the private sector that needs a clear roadmap to ensure smooth sailing into 2020.
At Tucson, Ivo Szegeny of the KARP dealership had the champion specimen in his room at the Clarion: a mass of lustrous galena and sphalerite crystals with, in a belt running over the top, brilliant bournonite cogwheels to 1.
However, the 4,000 components - most of them cogwheels needing to be fashioned to be as alike as possible - were manufactured using modern industrial manufacturing processes which ensured consistent high quality components to a standard pattern.
6-2005 Manual transmission cogwheels and differential gears 06-7069.
Cogwheels Of The Mind: The Story Of Venn Diagrams is expertly written by statistician and geneticist A.