side rod

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side rod

[′sīd ‚räd]
(mechanical engineering)
A rod linking the crankpins of two adjoining driving wheels on the same side of a locomotive; distributes power from the main rod to the driving wheels.
One of the rods linking the piston-rod crossheads and the side levers of a side-lever engine.
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In this model, the coupling rod with 0.5 mm in diameter and 2.0 mm in length was modeled using 6 beam elements.
It drives a coupling rod that simultaneously locks two clamp cylinders in under 0.25 sec.
Transferred to the technical world, this could be described as a power transmission by a coupling rod, which connects for instance the wheels of a steam train.
It is activated pneumatically and locks the coupling rod mechanically without the continued assistance of compressed air.
The pump is equipped with an auger-type coupling rod in the open hopper.
[4] Transfer of mechanical oscillations to an ossicle in the middle ear is effected by a titanium coupling rod or clip.
The bolster pair is linked with a coupling rod. During die change, the bolster in the press is raised hydraulically to rail level and is moved out of the press across production flow direction.
The main component of pantograph are pallet, upper arm, guiding rod, coupling rod, lower arm, lifting device and support insulator.
The auger is fabricated as part of the integral coupling rod between the drive and rotor, using the rotation produced by the drive to push forward viscous and even solid products.