splined shaft

splined shaft

[′splīnd ′shaft]
(design engineering)
A shaft with longitudinal gearlike ridges along its interior or exterior surface.
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Leistritz's asymmetric splined shaft design, developed in 2004, enabled an increased free volume with an outer/inner diameter (OD/ID) ratio of 1.
In a report filed with the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, the company said the propeller shafts of the trucks, manufactured between September 2002 and November 2010, could fracture or fall off due to cracks at the weld point of the propeller shaft's pipe and splined shaft.
During operation the rotor is driven by a splined shaft coupled to the drive unit.
To replace, insert the spring clip in the grooves on the crank and push the entire crank onto the splined shaft until it "clicks.
A stainless steel splined shaft coupled to a stainless steel lead screw allows for precise motion control with resolutions ranging from 0.
It consists of a recirculating ball bearing mated to a splined shaft.
Asymmetrical splined shaft designs isolate the tangential force vector transmission and result in higher torque transmission.
In one application, a twin-engine helicopter was able to lengthen the life of a splined shaft simply by operating one engine at a slightly different torque than the other, and alternating lead engines daily.
Tenders are invited for Assembly, Overhauling And Maintenance Work In 3C And T-Chp Along With Repair Of Splined Shaft, Coupling Of A4vg Hydraulic Pump Of Plough Feeder No.