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sheave

[shēv]
(design engineering)
A grooved wheel or pulley.

sheave

1. Same as pulley sheave.
2. A grooved wheel or pulley used to assist in pulling cable; especially used in underground installations between manholes.
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The BMR solution introduced compensating sheave requirements, higher capital costs, and higher peak power requirements.
The wing and shutter system uses the flat sheave at the bottom, but the top must be guided within grooves, too.
A belt tension clutching CVT has intentional spacing set in the DR-side sheave, so a movable sheave of the DR-side is not in contact with the belt aspect in the initial state.
Speed control starts with the motor that drives the sheaves and pulleys that move the belts that grip the tubing and pull it through the extrusion line.
Temperature was measured as the sample exited the driven sheave.
Many paper machines use these sheaves in rope threading systems to draw paper through the machine during start up or after paper breaks.
The ship returned home to adjust the arresting-gear system, requiring all 58 sheaves to be removed.
"The traction sheave is now an integral part of the motor shaft," explains Olivier Robert, senior vice president of operations at Otis, "not a separate component as in traditional elevators.
And when Viola (Helen Hunt) washes ashore from a shipwreck and disguises herself in trousers with just the right amount of gold piping to infiltrate his household as "Cesario," sheave immediately becomes the (luke's favorite, handpicked to strip him down to his Prince-ly purple trunks for a morning dip.
Tenders are invited for procurement of wire ropes, slings, d shackles, sheave pulleys
Figure 5 illustrates the run of the travel rope of the upward traveling skip and the run of the rope over a deflector sheave In the first support mast of the first unloading station up to the separate drive station at the side.