rigid coupling

rigid coupling

[′rij·id ′kəp·liŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A mechanical fastening of shafts connected with the axes directly in line.
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The Victaulic product is known officially as the Victaulic Style 870 high-performance rigid coupling and looks kind of like a vise wrapped around a pipe.
In this paper, a rigid coupling dynamic model of the high-speed train considering the under-chassis device is established by SIMPACK multibody dynamics simulation software.
In consideration of various factors which influence the rotor position in thermal condition such as thermal distortion, fluctuation of bearing oil film thickness, and unequal settlement of foundation, there exist preset gap and sag in rigid coupling in cold condition alignment to compensate for the position change in thermal condition.
The use of the rigid coupling assures constant and high level of amplitudes indifferent of frequency.
Rigid coupling: It is used to connect the shafts which are perfectly aligned.
The separator has a gear frame and flange mounted motor with rigid coupling and incorporates a Variable Frequency Drive with a built in control panel.
The Accu-Clamp[TM] Coupling is a one-piece rigid coupling that incorporates integrally machined, self-centering clamping collars at both ends for applications requiring less than 0.001 TIR axial run-out.
* Three-segment rigid coupling prevents valve distortion--Two-segment rigid couplings, used to mount start valve flow bodies, were distorting the round flanges, causing binding of the butterfly plate inside.
Designed to plug in to a stepper or servo motor, these products incorporate a zero backlash permanent magnet brake and a torsionally rigid coupling to accept misalignment.
The rigid coupling of the eight station index also increases the long-term accuracy of both the index location and the finished parts.
Designed to plug in to a stepper or servo motor, the SSB has a zero backlash permanent magnet brake and a torsionally rigid coupling to accept misalignment.