constant-speed drive

constant-speed drive

[¦kän·stənt ¦spēd ′drīv]
(mechanical engineering)
A mechanism transmitting motion from one shaft to another that does not allow the velocity ratio of the shafts to be varied, or allows it to be varied only in steps.
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The automated neural-network control system of the hydraulic constant-speed drive, Proceedings of the 20th International DAAAM Symposium, Katalinic, B.
The use of hydromechanical constant-speed drives is a promising line of development of wind energy.
What we didn't realize was the lack of electrical power caused the constant-speed drive (CSD) air-ejector valves to remain closed.
The required effect can be the use of hydromechanical constant-speed drive (HMCSD).
The hydraulic constant-speed drive (CSD) is used to solve this problem.
Also, the hydraulic constant-speed drive is becoming more widely used in the transportation and industrial systems (seaborne machinery, aeronautical engineering, etc).
On the main phase of the studies, proving stand will be built, which is the hydraulic constant-speed drive with an installed control system.
This is because that the hydraulic constant-speed drive are becoming more widely used in the transportation and industrial systems, where there is a need to transform the variable speed of the working motor at a constant speed of the consumer motor (e.
Hawker Pacific Aerospace also provides repair and overhaul services for rotary-wing aircraft, hydromechanical components, flap tracks and carriages, wheels and braking systems, integrated drive generators and constant-speed drives.
They are mostly used as constant-speed drives when fed from a voltage source of fixed frequency.

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