pion de cisaillement

English translation: shear pin

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French term or phrase:pion de cisaillement
English translation:shear pin
Entered by: Ichrak Ben Ali

10:14 Nov 9, 2016
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Aerospace / Aviation / Space / Nacelle pour turboréacteur
French term or phrase: pion de cisaillement
De manière avantageusement complémentaire, les moyens de guidage sont associés à des moyens supplémentaires de reprise d'effort, tels que des pions de cisaillement, disposés à proximité de l'interface de la structure mobile avec le mât, et aptes à coopérer avec des moyens de reprise d'effort complémentaire d'un élément fixe, notamment ledit mât.
De tels moyens additionnels de reprise d'effort circonférentiel (pion de cisaillement) ajoutés dans une zone proche des moyens de guidage permettent d'aider lesdits moyens de guidage à supporter tout effort parasite en service. Des ferrures supportant des axes de reprise d'effort sont montée dans l'environnement des rails entourant le mât proche de l'ouverture du capot externe. Des ferrures réceptrices complémentaires sont montées en vis-à-vis sur la structure fixe de la nacelle ou du mât. Il est à noter que le ou les moyens additionnels peuvent indifféremment être montés sur la structure fixe ou la structure mobile et vice et versa.
Ichrak Ben Ali
Germany
Local time: 12:07
shear pin
Explanation:
Standard term, I guess the writer did think of it in English and tried to find a French equivalent, more common terms are "goupille" or "clavette", the term "pion" is rather used for a locating device (pion de positionnement)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shear_pin
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/shear pin
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Didier Fourcot
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shear pin


Explanation:
Standard term, I guess the writer did think of it in English and tried to find a French equivalent, more common terms are "goupille" or "clavette", the term "pion" is rather used for a locating device (pion de positionnement)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shear_pin
http://www.thefreedictionary.com/shear pin


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