ring gear


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ring gear

[′riŋ ‚gir]
(mechanical engineering)
The ring-shaped gear in an automobile differential that is driven by the propeller shaft pinion and transmits power through the differential to the line axle.
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The parameters for the optimization study were defined in the solver preprocessing system and they were: the external diameter of the ring gear, the internal diameters of the planets and the output torque (Fig.
If you have operators who are continually damaging ring gear and pinions with false starts, or if you are converting vane-type starters to clean and more efficient turbine starters, TurboStartTwo is a simple, safe solution for improving reliability, engine availability, and starter longevity.
Bel-Ray Clear Gear Lubricant, grades medium and heavy, has received OEM approval from Outotec for use in ring gear and pinion lubrication in minerals and metals processing equipment.
Installed in these small extruder barrels are the "satellite" screws, which are driven by a ring gear in the main barrel.
Gritty grease chews up the teeth on the hydraulic excavator's swing bearing ring gear.
Young Sean is just as smart and razor-sharp when dressed in boxing ring gear.
This design is made possible by developing an innovative ring gear that can maintain high torsional stiffness.
Together with our recent ring gear acquisition in the US, Amtek is now a major player in automotive ring gear manufacturing.
Rotating the cam causes two simultaneous waves of gear teeth to rise and mesh with a close-fitting ring gear, which has two more teeth than the flexing member, accounting for the high ratio.
Komen for the Cure featuring WWE Superstar John Cena()co-branded, pink and black ring gear, which will be debuted at tonight's Night of Champions pay-per-view event in Boston.
Electrical soft-start to consistently and accurately engage the pinion with the ring gear, providing increased reliability.