High grade hub for vehicle wheel
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- Q:What is the principle of wheel speed sensor?
- Wheel speed sensor and the general principle of the same AC motor. Permanent magnets produce a certain intensity of the magnetic field, the ring gear in the magnetic field rotation, the tooth ring tooth tip and the gap between the electrode to a certain rate of change, so that the ring and the electrode composition of the magnetic circuit in the magnetic resistance Variety. As a result, the magnetic flux is periodically increased or decreased, and the induced voltage is proportional to the increase or decrease of the magnetic flux at both ends of the coil at both ends of the coil. The magnetic field strength into voltage, magnetoresistance into resistance, magnetic flux into the current, analogy Ohm's law its working principle is easy to understand. Therefore, the induced voltage is proportional to the wheel speed.
- Q:i was wondering how does back in the day how water wheel work with no electricity ,what did they used in order to make the wheel run by itself
- er.water! By definition a water wheel is a wheel powered by water. They used to build them over streams, small rivers and other fast-moving water.
- Q:Is the wheel broken or the change?
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- Q:Why can the steering wheel can easily change the direction of the wheel, where to enlarge the force?
- Steering gear, also known as the direction of the machine, most of the existing car help, hydraulic power through the hydraulic pump, EPS power through the motor
- Q:Can someone tell me how I can make a 3 wheeled go kart using a lawn mower or scorer engine.
- build the frame, attach wheels, attach seat, use engine to power the rear wheels, use front wheel to steer. if you want more stable system, use two wheels in front and one in back. this thing can take some crazy turns without rolling over. ideally you would put the engine in front to drive both front wheels and use the front wheels to steer but this is kinda complicated.
- Q:won‘t turn when just pushed forward. It will turn when lawnmower pulled backwards. What do I do to fix this?
- Remove the wheel that will not turn by removing the nut on the wheel. Inside the wheel, if it is a front wheel drive, you will find a stick , stone or some other obstruction that is getting between the drive gear and the plastic gear teeth in the wheel. Remove the obstruction and reinstall the wheel. If it is not a drive wheel about the only thing that would keep it from turning would be a stick or other object jambed between the mower and the wheel.
- Q:I Just found some wheels in my backyard that my pops left me, but i'm not too sure of the name. They look exactially like the Spinergy REV-X Wheels, but my wheels have 6 spokes instead of the REV-X 4 Spokes. Can someone help me identify these ? And how much does a wheel run now a days ? Thanks !
- I have 4 spokes on my racing wheels (triathlon). I'm pretty sure the 6 spoke version was for MTB's. Don't recall their model terminology, as those wheels are about 10 years old and probably went for $500-700 at the time. Obviously pops was fairly serious about his cycling.
- Q:i have a few questions about how the size of a skate board wheel affects the speed of the skateboard.what are the advantages of a large wheel?what are the advantages of a small wheel?how is friction realated to skateboard wheels?how does the size affect the amount of friction in a skateboard wheel?Why do large wheels absorb more of the bumps on a rough surface? and if you have any sources of were u got themthank you!!
- larger wheels mean more momentum, so you can keep going longer between pushes. smaller wheels mean less force is required to accelerate the skateboard, and so would be better for tricks or other quick changes in velocity. friction is proportional to the force on the bearings and the total area of the bearing interface. in reality, it is also affected by velocity (ideally, as long as the velocity is nonzero the friction is constant) the frictional torque placed on the wheels will be the same, as long as the bearings are the same size. for a larger wheel, however, the linear momentum of the rider and board will have a much higher torque on the wheels than for smaller ones. so friction will have less of an impact on linear momentum for larger wheels. large wheels absorb more bumps on a rough surface because the wheels have a smaller curvature (the edge is straighter). this prevents the wheels from falling very deep into cracks, and instead just riding on top of the bumps. (imagine a marble rolling on top of a keyboard, then a tennis ball. the marble almost can fall between the keys, but the tennis ball barely notices them as it rolls)
- Q:My steering wheel shakes when I brake at varying speeds. My rear tires are in fact worn out unevenly. I recently replaced all of my brake pads and they said the rotors were fine. Could it be wheel alignment? I have a 2005 altima.
- If it were a wheel alignment issue, the car should wobble at high speeds too. The rotors may need to be turned/resurfaced because you may not have changed the brake pads in time and thus it damaged the rotors. How recently did you change the pads? It could also be that the pads are worn out again, it depends on how often you use the brakes.
- Q:I‘m rolling a wooden toy car down a hill. What‘s the best kind of wheel to make it go fastest?A big or small wheel? Thin or fat? Heavy or light?
- smaller, lighter wheels the larger and more massive the wheel, the more rotational inertia the car will have and the greater fraction of energy will go into rolling as opposed to going into translating, meaning motion down the hill if you are familiar with the concept of moment of inertia, the larger more massive wheels will have a greater moment of inertia, and their cars will have a slower straight ahead speed of course, there are other constraints.if the wheels are too light they might not support the weight of the car, so you can't have microscopically small wheels, but you want to keep them as small in radius and light as possible
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