Cardan joint


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Cardan joint

[′kär‚dan ‚jȯint]
(mechanical engineering)
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Keywords: asynchronous electromotor, gear box, cardan joint, centrifugal pump.
Universal cardan joints are assembled on each of the sliders as shown in Figure 3.
The tripod pneumatic manipulator consists of a supporting structure, fixed base, moving platform, prismatic joints (P-joints)--three servo-pneumatic axes, Cardan joints (U-joints) and rotary joints (R-joints).
For M939s and M939A1s, if the outside diameter on the same seal surface area measures about 2.122 inches (and no less), your truck has Cardan joint internal axles.
Cardan joint: a universal joint that consists of a crosslike piece whose ends rotate within the forked end of each of two shafts to which it is connected.
The 3-D design program with which engineers at Minneapolis- based Ross Hime Designs were validating their latest double Cardan joint said the arrangement wouldn't work, according to company president Mark Rosheim.
On vehicles Renault (MASTER III) will be executed the following list of works: Checking the nut of the fork of the universal joint of the steering shaft; Replacement of a nut and a bolt of fastening of a plug of a cardan joint of a steering shaft depending on results of check.
The front axles feature a 32[degrees] turning angle, single cardan joint and driver-controlled interaxle differential lock.