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riding ring

Serbian translation: prsten za navodjenje

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English term or phrase:riding ring
Serbian translation:prsten za navodjenje
Entered by: Goran & Snežana Erdei
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15:46 Nov 8, 2008
English to Serbian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering
English term or phrase: riding ring
Reč je delu peći za pravljenje cementa. Kontekst glasi: The rotary kiln contains large diameter parts such as riding ring, girth gear and roller rings.
Goran & Snežana Erdei
Serbia
Local time: 01:53
prsten za navodjenje
Explanation:
po meni bi moglo ovako nesto da bude... jer je riding i navodjenje...
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3 +1prsten za navodjenje
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Riding ring (Rotary kiln)
Bojan Mijić

  

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prsten za navodjenje


Explanation:
po meni bi moglo ovako nesto da bude... jer je riding i navodjenje...

amarok
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Local time: 01:53
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19 hrs
Reference: Riding ring (Rotary kiln)

Reference information:
Tyres and Rollers

Tyres, sometimes called riding rings, usually consist of a single annular steel casting, machined to a smooth cylindrical surface, which attach loosely to the kiln shell through a variety of "chair" arrangements. These require some ingenuity of design, since the tyre must fit the shell snugly, but also allow thermal movement. The tyre rides on pairs of steel rollers, also machined to a smooth cylindrical surface, and set about half a kiln-diameter apart. The rollers must support the kiln, and allow rotation that is as nearly frictionless as possible. A well-engineered kiln, when the power is cut off, will swing pendulum-like many times before coming to rest. The mass of a typical 6 x 60 m kiln, including refractories and feed, is around 1100 tonnes, and would be carried on three tyres and sets of rollers, spaced along the length of the kiln. The longest kilns may have 8 sets of rollers, while very short kilns may have only two. Kilns usually rotate at 0.5 to 2 rpm, but sometimes as fast as 5 rpm. The Kilns of most modern cement plants are running at 4 to 5 rpm. The bearings of the rollers must be capable of withstanding the large static and live loads involved, and must be carefully protected from the heat of the kiln and the ingress of dust. In addition to support rollers, there are usually upper and lower "retaining (or thrust) rollers" bearing against the side of tyres, that prevent the kiln from slipping off the support rollers.


    Reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotary_kiln#Tyres_and_Rollers
    Reference: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/d0/CemKilnKiln.jp...
Bojan Mijić
Serbia
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Native speaker of: Native in SerbianSerbian, Native in EnglishEnglish
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