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drive train

[′drīv ‚trān]
(mechanical engineering)
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Total quantity or scope: Lot 1 13 Pieces low-floor articulated buses with diesel engine Euro 6 (with a conventional drive train with automatic converter transmission);
For its purposes, RWTH Aachen University will integrate a dynamic model of a wind turbine rotor system and virtual environment with an actual full-scale drive train coupled to an NTL system.
In technological terms, the IDS concept is based on three-fold integration: Horizontal integration already optimally attunes the components required for the drive train to each other and for their intended task in the factory.
The system recently inaugurated in Yokohama is based on an existing "MWT100" gear-driven wind power generation system that was retrofitted with the new hydraulic drive train.
Zytek, which operates from a site at Fradley, near Lichfield, has developed an integrated electric drive train to power the rear wheels of the For two.
ENERGY RESOURCE-10 September 2007-Mercedes Car Group Taps Maxwell Technologies for Hybrid-Electric Drive Train Program(C)2007 JeraOne - http://www.
Labelers feature SMARTdrive[TM], the industry's first all-electric drive train.
The 400-horsepower engine, six-speed manual gearbox, and drive train components are Corvette-derived.
All have the Smartdrive, said to be the industry's first all-electric drive train.
Integrated with the onboard systems and mission computer, the IMDS provides full-time diagnostic monitoring of the helo's mechanical drive train.
The firm discovered that the face mill machining operation responsible for cutting the datum surface on its aluminum drive train knuckle components was not running at the maximum recommended load.
If the track's too tight, it puts a lot of stress on undercarriage and drive train components.