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cogwheel

[′käg‚wēl]
(design engineering)
A wheel with teeth around its edge.
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One of the most impressive and oldest cable cars of Switzerland is the Pilatus cogwheel railway from Alpnachstad to Pilatus Kulm at 2,132 metres above sea level.
So, what happens when one branch within the cogwheels of the distribution goes awry?
The used gear ratio is 33:1, the followed bevel gears respectively cogwheels have ratio of 3:1.
4) The urn as a usable object first in a Greek and then in a British context conforms to Levi-Strauss's definition of "the significant images of myth, the materials of the bricoleur, [which] are elements which can be defined by two criteria: they have had a use, as words in a piece of discourse which mythical thought 'detaches' in the same way as a bricoleur, in the course of repairing them, detaches the cogwheels of an old alarm clock; and they can be used again either for the same purpose or for a different one if they are at all diverted from their previous function" (35).
A good analogy is a pair of cogwheels, where achieving a perfect fit depends not merely on the shape of the teeth but also and, to an equal extent, on that of the spaces which separate them.
All concerned sectors should work together like cogwheels to ensure harmony and proper coordination between them to achieve tangible results in conjunction with the private sector that needs a clear roadmap to ensure smooth sailing into 2020.
However, the 4,000 components - most of them cogwheels needing to be fashioned to be as alike as possible - were manufactured using modern industrial manufacturing processes which ensured consistent high quality components to a standard pattern.
6-2005 Manual transmission cogwheels and differential gears 06-7069.
Cogwheels Of The Mind: The Story Of Venn Diagrams is expertly written by statistician and geneticist A.
As I have mentioned in the two previous parts, while the three elements are separate, they are interrelated and interconnected as represented by the three cogwheels on this page.
And although it may be catching up to its financial services counterparts in terms of technical components, the cogwheels of policy are not yet at Net speed.
After about half of a short second the cogwheels started spinning, and I got angry as I realised that the person had something against scorpions and snakes.