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driveline

[′drīv‚līn]
(mechanical engineering)
In an automotive vehicle, the group of parts, including the universal joint and the drive shaft, that connect the transmission with the driving wheels.
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Peter Moelgg, CEO of GKN Drivelines AWD and eDrive business, said: When we revealed this concept at Frankfurt last year, we said that eTwinsterX would deliver unrivalled capabilities for the next generation of electric vehicles.
Fully electric drivelines transmit high levels of torque instantly to the driving wheels, and by distributing this torque precisely between the wheels, GKN's system ensures more stable take-off, acceleration and cornering.
Tata Motors (NYSE: TTM), an India-based automaker, is merging its automotive component-making subsidiary, TML Drivelines, with itself, according to a stock market filing.
4 -- GKN Driveline, a leading and long-term supplier of automotive driveline components and systems in India continues to grow at a rapid pace.
The businesses being acquired, being referred to as Getrag Driveline Products, are Getrag Corporation, a joint venture with Dana Corporation based in the US, and Getrag All Wheel Drive AB, a joint venture with Dana Holding Corporation and Volvo Car Corporation in Sweden.
Featuring new engines and driveline systems for improved productivity, lower emissions, greater smoothness, serviceability and operator comfort, the new G-Series is the latest generation of wheel loaders from Volvo Construction Equipment.
The joint venture, to be based in Trollhaettan, Sweden, will start operating on 1 October under the name e-AAM Driveline Systems.
One of the issues with drivelines, and many other parts of agricultural equipment, is the safety of the operator.
Its product line also includes Mechanics driveline products, Rockford fan clutches, hydraulic clutches, torque converters and power dividers.
In September 1991, a 33-year-old farmer sustained multiple fractures of the right leg with amputation of the right foot when his shirt blew into a rotating driveline of a forage wagon while he was working between two drivelines on a windy day.
countertrack[TM] technology has changed the 'rules of the game' and should enable GKN Driveline to extend its leadership position in vehicle drivelines.
As previously advised, GKN Drivelines trading profit continues to bear the additional costs of raw materials and eDrive investments.