Word forms: (regular plural) constant velocity joints
(Automotive engineering: Vehicle components, Engine, transmission, and exhaust) A constant velocity joint is a universal joint in which the output shaft rotates at constant speed if the input shaft speed is constant.
⇒ The rattling in the engine may mean that the constant velocity joint part of the drive train is worn. ⇒ Whatever the operating angle of the constant velocity joint, the rotational speed of the output shaft is the same as that of the input shaft. ⇒ Constant velocity joints are designed to be able to bend in any direction while continuing to turn the drive
wheels at a constant speed.
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