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Serbo-Croat translation: prenosni odnos (upravljaèkog sistema)

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English term or phrase:steering ratio
Serbo-Croat translation:prenosni odnos (upravljaèkog sistema)
Entered by: Bogdan Petrovic
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19:32 Feb 16, 2006
English to Serbo-Croat translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks
English term or phrase: steering ratio
To this day, no manufacturer has started volume production of an automobile steered “by wire” – for two good reasons. For one thing, the legislative requirements for steer-by-wire systems are very demanding, but the main obstacle is that the electronics have to provide realistic steering feedback for the driver. “In BMW models, which are renowned for their fine, responsive and sensitive steering, this just wouldn’t be possible right now,” admits Schuster.
Instead, with the help of a dual planetary gear assembly, BMW engineers have succeeded in creating a variable steering ratio. This Active Steering system offers the benefits of steer-by-wire while retaining the mechanical connection between the steering wheel and the front wheels.
Bogdan Petrovic
Serbia
Local time: 19:45
prenosni odnos (upravljaèkog sistema)
Explanation:
Automotive Terms Dictionary
Steering Ratio
A predetermined ratio of the steering gears. Usually, the lower the steering ratio, the quicker the response.
(http://www.cdnauto.org/glossary/s.asp)


steering ratio - prenosni odnos upravljaèkog sistema koji utièe na promenu upravljaèkog ugla upravljanih toèkova
(Marinkoviæ Ž, Reènik mašinske tehnike)


steering - upravljanje
ratio - odnos
(Miliæeviæ J, reènik mašinske tehnike)

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Note added at 1 hr (2006-02-16 20:54:40 GMT)
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ISPRAVKA: autor gore citiranog reènika je Mirkoviæ Ž, a ne Marinkoviæ Ž).
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V&M Stanković
Serbia
Local time: 19:45
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5 +3prenosni odnos (upravljaèkog sistema)
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prenosni odnos (upravljaèkog sistema)


Explanation:
Automotive Terms Dictionary
Steering Ratio
A predetermined ratio of the steering gears. Usually, the lower the steering ratio, the quicker the response.
(http://www.cdnauto.org/glossary/s.asp)


steering ratio - prenosni odnos upravljaèkog sistema koji utièe na promenu upravljaèkog ugla upravljanih toèkova
(Marinkoviæ Ž, Reènik mašinske tehnike)


steering - upravljanje
ratio - odnos
(Miliæeviæ J, reènik mašinske tehnike)

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Note added at 1 hr (2006-02-16 20:54:40 GMT)
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ISPRAVKA: autor gore citiranog reènika je Mirkoviæ Ž, a ne Marinkoviæ Ž).

V&M Stanković
Serbia
Local time: 19:45
Native speaker of: Native in SerbianSerbian, Native in Serbo-CroatSerbo-Croat
PRO pts in category: 32
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hvala!

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agree  IVAN-57
2 hrs
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agree  Jelena Bubalo
11 hrs
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agree  Rina LS: The ratio of the gearing within a steering system such as the rack to the pinion or the worm gear to the recirculating nut.
16 hrs
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