Kurzschlussmoment, Grenzauslenkung (der Zahnradkup

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08:37 Jul 2, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Kurzschlussmoment, Grenzauslenkung (der Zahnradkup
electric train or tram, gearing and parts. Thanx to all who helped, I hope these will be the last - 'til next time! Caro
Caro Maucher
Germany
Local time: 01:12
English translation:See below
Explanation:
Kurzschlussmoment in this case probably refers to peak transient torque. As for Grenzauslenkung, it is hard to say without more context. Auslenkung normally denotes "deflection or excursion", but it can also refer to amplitude, ie. Auslenkung der Schwingung would be vibration amplitude or Auslenkungsverhaeltnis : amplitude ratio.
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Anthony Frey
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Local time: 19:12
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Thank you so much, Anthony, you really helped me a lot (as I'm sure you know...). Please excuse me for the lack of context, I didn't get much of it myself and am not much of an expert in the field. I'm all the more grateful that you still tried to help. Thanx!!!
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Explanation:
Kurzschlussmoment in this case probably refers to peak transient torque. As for Grenzauslenkung, it is hard to say without more context. Auslenkung normally denotes "deflection or excursion", but it can also refer to amplitude, ie. Auslenkung der Schwingung would be vibration amplitude or Auslenkungsverhaeltnis : amplitude ratio.

Anthony Frey
United States
Local time: 19:12
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Thank you so much, Anthony, you really helped me a lot (as I'm sure you know...). Please excuse me for the lack of context, I didn't get much of it myself and am not much of an expert in the field. I'm all the more grateful that you still tried to help. Thanx!!!
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