Zahnkupplung: K. blockiert; Ausgleichsbewegungen,

English translation: See below

06:04 Jul 1, 2000
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: Zahnkupplung: K. blockiert; Ausgleichsbewegungen,
gear parts of an electric train or tram. When the Ausgleichsbewegungen are too big or little, there is the risk that the coupling... blockiert... (jam? stall? block?)Zahnradauslegung is the way that gearwheels are fitted together.
Caro Maucher
Germany
Local time: 09:20
English translation:See below
Explanation:
When I think about Blockieren with regard to brakes or even gears, they usually "lock". For instance, Antiblockiersystem refers to antilock brake system, cf. Wyhidal Kraftzeugtechnisches Woerterbuch and Siemens Fachwb. Industrielle Elektrotechnik, Energie- u. Automatisierungstechnik. Siemens also offers compensating movement for Ausgleichsbewegung. I hope this helps some!
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Anthony Frey
United States
Local time: 03:20
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Thank you! It seems like I just spent a lot of money on the wrong Technik-dictionary... pity. I believe you answered some of my other questions as well - thanks a lot!!
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Explanation:
When I think about Blockieren with regard to brakes or even gears, they usually "lock". For instance, Antiblockiersystem refers to antilock brake system, cf. Wyhidal Kraftzeugtechnisches Woerterbuch and Siemens Fachwb. Industrielle Elektrotechnik, Energie- u. Automatisierungstechnik. Siemens also offers compensating movement for Ausgleichsbewegung. I hope this helps some!

Anthony Frey
United States
Local time: 03:20
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 444
Grading comment
Thank you! It seems like I just spent a lot of money on the wrong Technik-dictionary... pity. I believe you answered some of my other questions as well - thanks a lot!!
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