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power train

[′pau̇·ər ‚trān]
(mechanical engineering)
The part of a vehicle connecting the engine to propeller or driven axle; may include drive shaft, clutch, transmission, and differential gear. Also known as drive train.
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We have decided to separate the R65 business from Midlands Power Train which is one of the three gear boxes going into the new Mini range.
4-liter gasoline engine as a basis for the new CVT-equipped front-axle power train.
We are keen on buying the power train plant but we have a number of options under our belt,' he said.
LEO MOTORS is a US public company based outside of Seoul, Korea, engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of Electric Vehicle (EV) power trains and components.
This is heavily influenced by our vertical integration and ability to maximize productivity and deliver fuel efficient machines by integrating across the power train.
Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today that the company was awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract by ISAB Energy (ERG Group) for the reconstruction of one of its two 266 megawatt combined cycle gas turbine power trains in Priolo Gargallo, Sicily, Italy.
We will be working closely with the customer to field a modern, low cost, commercial power train upgrade and other vehicle improvements.
The vehicle utilizes a hybrid power train based on a 1500cc, 3-cylinder turbo charged diesel engine coupled with two high-efficiency permanent-magnet electric motors.
When you pair these cost-saving advantages with the discrete power train design flexibility we offer, it becomes obvious that our PX3538 solution is in a league of its own in terms of economics, performance and user-friendliness.
Joe Loughrey, Cummins president and chief operating officer, shared, "This is an exciting development between two great companies and will enable Cummins and PACCAR to optimize the power train in medium-duty Kenworth and Peterbilt trucks.
The Tritec power train is designed with an "Eco-Flex" ultra-low emission vehicle system that can use E100 pure corn ethanol, or any mixture with unleaded gasoline.
In 1992, SatCon entered the vehicle technology business with a 'ground-breaking' development of the power train system for the 750HP Chrysler Patriot -- Formula One racecar.