File:Manual transmission clutch Neutral.PNG

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Description
English: Schematic of a manual (or standard) gearbox. A gearbox works by connecting one of the orange gears with the output shaft (the orange gears rest on, but are not fixed on the output shaft). The orange gears are already connected to a gear fixed on the layshaft, in turn connected to the input shaft (which is connected to the engine), so the closing of the connection to the output shaft will relay the power to the wheels. The connecting is done by means of the internal cone, synchronizer sleeve, external cone & drive dogs. References: http://www.gtplanet.net/forum/showthread.php?t=123199&page=2 , http://www.chooseindia.com/engineering/how-manual-transmission-work.htm Original file by Stef Breukel, modified image by KVDP/Torch. Old model available at http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=cb30b1bbcad7ca2788e7662971dc736f&prevstart=0, new model at http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=de93ddad1c32aaa3aee554f9566360dd&ct=mdsa&prevstart=0

Parts:

  • -2: engine
  • -1: input shaft
  • 0: lay shaft
  • 1: first gear
  • 2: second gear
  • 3: third gear
  • 4: fourth gear
  • 5: reverse gear
  • 6: internal cone
  • 7: synchronizer sleeve
  • 8: external cone
  • 9: drive dogs
  • 10: output shaft
  • 11: gear selector fork (1st & 2nd gear)
  • 12: gear selector fork (3st & 4th gear)
  • 13: gear stick
Date (original upload date)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons by DL24.
Author World arm lamp at English Wikipedia, modification by User:KVDP
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  • 2008-04-06 00:31 World arm lamp 1300×800×??? (226580 bytes) Who created this image? Stef Breukel inventor of the world arm lamp Who owns the copyright to this image? Stef Breukel did. Where did this image come from? Stef Breukel donated it to wikipedia.

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current10:39, 9 November 2010Thumbnail for version as of 10:39, 9 November 20101,300 × 800 (221 KB)Pieter KuiperReverted to version as of 20:26, 24 August 2008
10:36, 9 November 2010Thumbnail for version as of 10:36, 9 November 20101,013 × 567 (52 KB)Genetics4goodMade snapshot from new 3D model at http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/details?mid=de93ddad1c32aaa3aee554f9566360dd&ct=mdsa&prevstart=0 Original file was incorrect (synchronizer sleeve, internal cone, external cone and drive dogs were incorrectly drawn
20:26, 24 August 2008Thumbnail for version as of 20:26, 24 August 20081,300 × 800 (221 KB)DL24{{Information |Description={{en|Who created this image? Stef Breukel inventor of the world arm lamp Who owns the copyright to this image? Stef Breukel did. Where did this image come from? Stef Breukel donated it to wikipedia.}} |Source=Transferred fr
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