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Video Ring and Pinion
Video Hypoid Gearbox 1
Video Hypoid Gearbox 2
Video Differential
Video Locking Differential 1
Video Locking Differential 2
Video Locking Differential 3
Video Self locking 1
Video Self locking 2
Video FWD (cross) 1
Video FWD (cross) 2
Video FWD (cross) 3
Video FWD (longitudinal) 1
Video FWD (longitudinal) 2
Video RWD (front engine) 1
Video RWD (front engine) 2
Video RWD (front engine) 3
Video RWD (rear engine)
Video Mid-mounted Engine
Video Transaxle Drive
Video Planetary Power Axle
Video Smart Drive (f. view)
Video Smart Drive (s. view)
Video Powertrain Position
Video Bus with Low Floor
Video Tractive Power
Video All-wheel Drive
Video All-wheel History 1
Video All-wheel History 2
Video All-wheel History 3
Video All-wheel History 4
Video All-wheel History 5
Video All-wheel History 6
Video All-wheel Automatic
Video All-wheel Longitudinal 1
Video All-wheel Longitudinal 2
Video All-wheel Longitudinal 3
Video All-wheel Transverse 1
Video All-wheel Transverse 2
Video All-wheel Rear Engine
Video Ferrari FF
Video Bosch Hydro Drive
Video Locking Differential
Video Viscous Clutch
Video Torsen-differential 1
Video Torsen-differential 2
Video Electr. Differential Lock
Video Distrib. gearing 1
Video Distrib. gearing 2
Video Distrib. gearing 3
Video Distrib. gearing 4
Video Propeller Shafts 1
Video Propeller Shafts 2
Video Cardan Shaft
Video Cardan Joint
Video Constant Velocity Joint
Video Universal Joint
Video Universal joint (working)
Video Ball Joint
Video Dry Joint 1
Video Dry Joint 2
Video Driving Chain

Video Force
Video Torque
Video Piston force

Video Axle drive 1
Video Axle drive 2
Video Axle drive 3

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Hypoid Gearbox


The Hypoid-drive enables the transfer of a greater torque with the same construction volume, decreases the noise and lowers the construction heights of the differential shaft in a standard drive-train (front engine, rear-wheel drive) (smaller differential shaft tunnel/lower centre of gravity).

How it works

The axle of the bevel wheel is placed lower than that of the crown wheel. This is called the axle-offset. The gearing is especially slanting. The bevel gear functions almost like a worm gear. The gear-wheel flanks do not mesh into each other by rolling, it is more like a strong sliding movement. The especially high pressure on the cog flanks requires a special gear oil (hypoid oil) because, otherwise, the oil film will break down. 09/08
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