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Schubentkopplung bzw. Schubableitung

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14:23 Feb 8, 2007
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German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / Vibrationen
German term or phrase: Schubentkopplung bzw. Schubableitung
In Abb. XY ist prinzipiell eine Schubentkopplung dargestellt. Eine Querkraft, die an der oberen Anschlussplatte angreift, wird durch die Schubableitung, dargestellt durch ein Membranfederelement welches in der z-Achse weich, in y- und x-Achse steif ist, auf die untere Anschlussplatte übertragen. Die Querkräfte werden weitestgehend von den XYZ ferngehalten
Günther Toussaint
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3Thrust uncouplingOktay Ardan


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Thrust uncoupling


Explanation:
"Thrust uncoupling" would I suggest for "Schubentkopplung". "Schubableitung" is not necessarily the same, I would translaate it as "Thrust diversion"

Oktay Ardan
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Asker: I don't know, Oktay. I had tried Thrust ~ myself, but it seems to yield no google results with "shear" and "force", just aircraft lingo...?!

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