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15 days ago

übersetzen, dolmetschen  See profile asked this question:

Language pair:

English > German

Subject:

Technical / Engineering

Level of diffculty:

Easy / medium

Word or term in question:

sleeve ramp / hub ramp

Context:

sleeve ramp / hub ramp

the sleeve is tapered from a first end to a second end thereof to
define a sleeve ramp, and the hub assembly is tapered from a first end to a second end thereof to define a hub ramp, the * sleeve ramp* and *hub ramp* being in contact with one another when the track assembly is coupled to the axle shaft.

 

 

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15 days ago

Michaela Dudley  See my profile wrote:

Buchsenschräge; Innenkegel / Nabenschräge; Außenkegel

My comment:

Im Bereich der Fahrzeugtechnik bezeichnen diese Begriffe die beiden Komponenten, die miteinander gekuppelt bzw. verriegelt miteinander verbunden werden, um die Antriebswelle mit dem Fahrwerk zu verbinden. In puncto Radialkraft dient es zur Übertragung des Drehmomentes.

1. Sleeve ramp = Buchsenschräge; (auch geläufig:) Innenkegel.

2. Hub ramp = Nabenschräge; auch geläufig:) Außenkegel.

My references:

Erfahrung in der Übersetzung technischer Anleitungen für den Bau und die Reparatur diverser Industriefahrzeuge; dazu die externe Quelle Konstruktionsatlas.de (Stichwort "Kraftschlüssige Welle-Nabe-Verbindungen).

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