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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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Hybrid and pure-electric power trains are leading to the emergence of new OEMs.
To make a true super car, Leo developed a new electric power train which will exceed its precedents in acceleration capability while passing other cars in the speed lane and long up-hill driving.
With the commissioning of the new plant, Leo will supply all major solutions of the Electric Vehicle (EV) power train including high power electric motors, battery power packs with battery management system, and power controllers.
Leo will also market its 120kW EV power trains to other automotive manufacturers.
IRVING, Texas -- Third graph, second sentence should read: Reconstruction of power train No.
EnviroProp Corporation is a private, faith based hydro-engineering company that designs, manufactures and markets propeller guards for marine propeller driven power trains, worldwide.
The systems mainly assemble components for power trains, such as engines, cylinder heads, axles, transmission, and steering systems.
ON Semiconductor is one of the world's largest manufacturers of ignition IGBTs, devices critical for the advanced power management requirements in today's automotive power trains.