Structure and principle of automobile transmission shaft
The drive shaft is an important part of the transmission of power in the car transmission system. Its function is to transmit the power of the engine to the wheels together with the gearbox and drive axle, so that the car can generate driving force. Special purpose vehicle drive shafts are mainly used for oil tank trucks, fuel trucks, sprinkler trucks, sewage trucks, excrement trucks, fire trucks, high-pressure cleaning vehicles, road obstacle cleaning vehicles, aerial work vehicles, garbage trucks and other vehicles.
The transmission shaft is the shaft that can transmit power in the transmission shaft of the general transmission. It is a rotating body with high speed and few supports, so its dynamic balance is very important. Under normal circumstances, the drive shaft should undergo a dynamic balance test before leaving the factory and adjust it on a balancing machine. For cars driven by the front engine and the rear wheels, the transmission's rotation is transferred to the shaft of the final drive. It can be several parts, which can be connected by universal joints.
Drive shafts are used to connect or assemble various accessories. Attachments to round objects that can move or rotate are usually made of light alloy steel tubes with good torsional resistance. For cars driven by the front engine and the rear wheels, the rotation of the transmission is transmitted to the shaft of the final drive, which can be connected by multiple common joints. It is a high-speed, low-support rotating body, so its dynamic balance is very important. Under normal circumstances, the drive shaft undergoes a dynamic balance test before leaving the factory and adjusts it on a balancing machine.
The structure and principle of the car drive shaft are as follows: 1. Automotive transmission shafts can be divided into covers, cover plates, cover gaskets, universal forks, fuel fillers, expansion sleeves, sliding spline grooves, oil seals, oil caps, traditional shaft tubes, etc. 2. The transmission shaft of the automobile works through three important parts: the shaft tube, the expansion sleeve and the universal joint, and the three cooperate with each other; 3. The propshaft is the propshaft in the universal transmission driveshaft. For cars driven by the front engine and rear wheels, the shaft transmits the rotation of the transmission to the final drive; 4. Can consist of several joints, which can be connected by universal joints. The universal joint is a key part of the car drive shaft, responsible for the drive and steering between the front axle shaft and the wheels.