belt transmission

belt transmission

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • belt transmission — diržinė perdava statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. belt transmission; beltdrive vok. Riemengetriebe, n; Riementrieb, n rus. ременная передача, f pranc. commande par courroife, f ryšiai: sinonimas – diržinė pavara …   Automatikos terminų žodynas

  • variable belt transmission — A continuously variable transmission using rubber V belts on expanding contracting pulleys, depending on engine speed and load; originally developed by van Doorne for DAF and then used on the Volvo 340 …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • transmission — [1] A device (full of gears) that uses gearing or torque conversion to effect a change in the ratio between engine rpm and driving wheel rpm. When engine rpm goes up in relation to wheel rpm, more torque but less speed is produced. A reduction in …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Belt — can refer to the following objects: *Belt (clothing), a part of clothing worn around the waist to hold trousers up or as a fashion accessory. *Police duty belt, a belt worn by police officers, which holds all the equipment they need to conduct… …   Wikipedia

  • belt drive — noun A system of transmitting power using an endless flexible belt • • • Main Entry: ↑belt * * * belt drive, 1. the transmission of power from one shaft to another by means of an endless belt passing around a pulley on each shaft. 2. the endless… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Continuously variable transmission — Transmission types Manual Sequential manual Non synchronous Preselector Automatic Manumatic Semi automatic Electrohydraulic Dual …   Wikipedia

  • Belt (mechanical) — For other belts, see Belt (disambiguation). A pair of vee belts …   Wikipedia

  • Transmission (mechanics) — Gearbox redirects here. For the video game developer, see Gearbox Software. 5 speed gearbox + reverse, the 1600 Volkswagen Golf (2009). A machine consists of a power source and a power transmission system, which provides controlled application of …   Wikipedia

  • transmission — transmissive /trans mis iv, tranz /, adj. transmissively, adv. transmissiveness, n. /trans mish euhn, tranz /, n. 1. the act or process of transmitting. 2. the fact of being transmitted. 3. something that is transmitted. 4. Mach. a. transference… …   Universalium

  • transmission — noun 1 sending out/passing on ADJECTIVE ▪ direct, indirect ▪ onward (BrE) ▪ An extra copy of each document was supplied for onward transmission to head office. ▪ data, infor …   Collocations dictionary

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