- n. Plural form of gearbox.
“Packaging Requirements The reason they are called gearboxes is that they are encased within a packaging.”
“This means that complex units, such as gearboxes, which have multiple dynamic components, are treated as a 'black box'.”
“Meanwhile, larger components such as gearboxes cost on average £1,378.65 to put right.”
“The paper calls for the KERS energy recovery system to be used by all teams, as well as standardized parts such as gearboxes, braking systems, suspensions and wheels.”
“According to a report in the Financial Times, the FIA will more specifically define what aspects of the cars teams can develop and replace the rest with standaradised parts - which could include major components such as gearboxes and suspensions.”
“Other actions include standardized parts such as gearboxes, braking systems, suspensions and wheels.”
“This report is a â€œmust readâ€ for manufacturers of wind energy turbines and its associated components, such as gearboxes, measuring devices, towers, nacelles, and blades.”
“Trouble with the gearboxes of the Rolls-Royce engines caused several in-flight engine shutdowns, prompting the carrier to take the aircraft out of service for emergency modifications.”
“He patented everything from board games to gearboxes and began taking particular interest in automobile design and construction.”
“A spokesman for Renault said production of the SM7 sedan is being reduced by between 15% and 20% because the plant is running low on stocks of engines and gearboxes.”
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