torque reaction

torque reaction

[′tȯrk rē‚ak·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
On a shaft-driven vehicle, the reaction between the bevel pinion with its shaft (which is supported in the rear axle housing) and the bevel ring gear (which is fastened to the differential housing) that tends to rotate the axle housing around the axle instead of rotating the axle shafts alone.
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Tenders are invited for Spring Disc Assly For Torque Reaction Arm, Clw Drg.
In applications such as the mechanical joining of composite structures accomplished by wet clearance fit installations of permanent fasteners, high nut or collar seating torques not adequately opposed by frictional resistance at the contact surfaces of the fastener and joint members effectively shift a greater proportion of the torque reaction requirement onto the recess and mating anti-rotation key which in turn can experience high torsional stresses exceeding their design capability and result in frequent service failures.
An accelerometer was also used to estimate the torque reaction transmitted to the hand.
The torque reaction position system on UKube-l's ACS is based on a reaction/momentum flywheel driven by an off-the shelf, brushless DC motor.
In the 1930s Austin fitted several of their models with what was then known as the Hayes transmission--Hayes, in America, having devised a means to balance the torque reaction forces on the intermediate rollers within the toroidal cavities: a vital technical advance.
How A Motor Overcomes Load-Torque Reaction: In hydraulic motors, pressure is proportional to torque reaction.
A patented single sided swinging arm with a torque reaction facility works well, none of the rising and falling on the throttle of old.
A patented single-sided swinging arm with a torque reaction facility works well, none of the rising and falling on the throttle of old.
FlexArm offers torque reaction arms in 17 different models with maximum torque capabilities from 7ft.
But as I arrest the descent, the 1,800-pound helicopter veers wildly to the right, a torque reaction to the biting of the rotor.
This torque reaction effect on muscle length is demonstrated in Figure 1.
The Eurostar company said that the thick stick-like torque reaction arm had become loose and this was 'being considered as a possible factor in the incident'.