*Stahlcord*draht (im Reifen)

English translation: steel cord wire

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German term or phrase:*Stahlcord*draht (im Reifen)
English translation:steel cord wire
Entered by: Friderike Butler

03:47 Jan 13, 2005
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks
German term or phrase: *Stahlcord*draht (im Reifen)
Die Reibkorrosion (Vredding) ensteht im Bereich der Berührungsradien durch die Relativbewegung der einzelnen *Stahlcorddrähte* unter Pressung.

..., letztendlich sind Ablösungen im *Stahlcord*-Gummibereich mit Laufflächenablösungen die Folge.

I have pictures, but even with the pictures I cannot figure out what this exactly is. Looks like the belt or carcass, but could also be a ply. Looking for the correct technical term.

Thanks a lot for any engineering support!!
Friderike Butler
United States
Local time: 03:11
steel cord wire
Explanation:
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Leonid Gornik
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5 +3steel cord wire
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steel cord wire


Explanation:
see ref.


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Leonid Gornik
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  milinad: steel corded wire or steel corded cable sounds better
50 mins
  -> cord is a formal term. Cord can be made of wire, synthetic thread, etc. The term means that cord is made of steel wire.

agree  JM Simon (X): "steel wire cord" sounds right, too :)
1 hr

agree  Frosty: Yup, steel wire, as in swr = steel wire rope. The basic difference between cord and rope is, as far as I know, the thickness.
13 hrs
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