driving wheel

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driving wheel

[′drīv·iŋ ‚wēl]
(mechanical engineering)
A wheel that supplies driving power.
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08 MPa hardness in a depth of 15 cm, it is reasonable to activate only one of trailer's driving axle (working together with tractor's rear driving axle).
When tractor's rear driving axle and both trailer's driving axles were activated, advancing wheels were slipping 5/2%, and lagging wheels were sliding 2.
2) When tractor's driving axle and one of the trailer's driving axles were activated, all driving wheels of the vehicle were slipping: tractor's - 1.
4) In a vehicle composed of two machines having two driven axles each, circulation of power can be avoided or reduced by turning off one driving axle in the machine with advancing driving wheels.
Kinematic mismatch between theoretical wheel speeds nearly always takes place in machines with several driving axles (Becheru et al.
t] is the theoretical wheel speed (with no slip); symbols "*" and "*" relate to the left and right wheels; and n is the number of driving axles.
Balancing suspension was used to connect driving axles with trailer's body.
5 inch formats for steering and driving axles are aimed at the regional transportation segment for vehicles with a total weight of more than 12 metric tons.