driveshaft

Driveshaft vs Axle - What's the difference?

driveshaft | axle |


As nouns the difference between driveshaft and axle

is that driveshaft is a shaft used to transmit rotary motion while axle is (obsolete) shoulder or axle can be the pin or spindle on which a wheel revolves, or which revolves with a wheel.

Driveline vs Driveshaft - What's the difference?

driveline | driveshaft |


As nouns the difference between driveline and driveshaft

is that driveline is (automotive) the drivetrain minus the engine and transmission while driveshaft is a shaft used to transmit rotary motion.

Driveshaft vs Crankshaft - What's the difference?

driveshaft | crankshaft |


As nouns the difference between driveshaft and crankshaft

is that driveshaft is a shaft used to transmit rotary motion while crankshaft is a rotating shaft that drives (or is driven by) a crank.

Driveshaft - What does it mean?

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Driveshaft vs Driveaxle - What's the difference?

driveshaft | driveaxle |

Driveshaft vs Torque - What's the difference?

driveshaft | torque |


As nouns the difference between driveshaft and torque

is that driveshaft is a shaft used to transmit rotary motion while torque is (physics|mechanics) a rotational or twisting effect of a force; a moment of force, defined for measurement purposes as an equivalent straight line force multiplied by the distance from the axis of rotation (si unit newton-metre or nm; imperial unit foot-pound or ftlbf) or torque can be a tightly braided necklace or collar, often made of metal, worn by various early european peoples.

As a verb torque is

to twist or turn something.

Driveshaft vs Transmissionshaft - What's the difference?

driveshaft | transmissionshaft |

Driveshaft vs Transmissionaxle - What's the difference?

driveshaft | transmissionaxle |

Driveshaft vs Turboelectric - What's the difference?

driveshaft | turboelectric |


As a noun driveshaft

is a shaft used to transmit rotary motion.

As an adjective turboelectric is

(of a transmission in ships and locomotives) that uses electric generators to convert the mechanical energy of a turbine into electric energy and electric motors to convert it back into mechanical energy to power the driveshafts.

Driveshaft vs Drivenshaft - What's the difference?

driveshaft | drivenshaft |

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