(redirected from Differentials)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
For the ultimate differential upgrade, off-road veterans look to full-locking differentials, which lock the two axle shafts together so that 100 percent of available torque is sent to both wheels regardless of the traction condition.
Manual differentials are hindered by intra- and inter-observer variation, uneven distribution of cells on the slide, statistical sampling errors due to a lower total number of cells counted, and the possibility of recording errors.
It should be noted that Prodrive prefers to use multi-plate wet clutch differentials because it considers them to be essentially bullet proof.
Because production speeds had been pushed to 3600 ft/min, Stephenville had to drive up differential pressure to 14 psi to evacuate the dryers.
In addition to full backups, incremental and differential backups represent further options.
Checking the differential bolts on your Stryker is a before- and after-operation PMCS check, drivers.
At the same time, however, Congress simultaneously urged netting to ameliorate the effect of the very interest differentials it has repeatedly adopted.
As a result of interest rate differentials, the Northern States Power decision affects the strategies that should be considered in closing an exam and applying overpayments against underpayments or making advance payments.
The independent dairy organization's lawsuit charges that Class I differentials, as administered by USDA, are illegal.
My technical services team has observed many out of level or out of alignment situations causing liner and single face web side-to-side temperature differentials of over 90 degrees F resulting in moisture removal differentials of over 2 1/2%.
It's easy to forget to check the oil level in the differentials.

Full browser ?