CVJS

AcronymDefinition
CVJSChagrin Valley Job Seekers (Ohio)
CVJSColorado Vocal Jazz Society (Boulder, CO)
CVJSChurchdown Village Junior School (Gloucestershire, UK)
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In the next section, the vehicle topology is introduced and the modeling of the plunging CVJ is described.
The plunging CVJ on the inboard side of the half shaft is referred to as inboard CVJ.
* PCB CVJS 11-07 implementing the provisions of CVJS 11-06.
* PCB CVJS 11-08 eliminating the role of The Florida Bar in the judicial nominating process.
NTN already produces CVJs at its Bawal Plant in northern India.
THE first production vehicles with GKN Driveline's countertrack constant velocity joint (CVJ) technology will be available by the end of the year.
"With the Countertrack fixed sideshaft design," says Rob Rickell, global engineering director, sideshafts, GKN Driveline Driveshafts, "the CVJs on that same mid-size V6 sedan will be more than 30% more efficient, more than 8% smaller, and 15% lighter than a conventional design." In addition, the joint operates approximately 30[degrees]C cooler than a conventional Rzeppa-style joint.
The agreement means that GKN will supply CVJ driveshafts for the 2002 Ford Taurus and Mercury Sable vehicles built in Chicago.
tedrive Brasil has been manufacturing and selling CVJs and steering systems in Brazil since 1997.
Every year more than 1,000 staff from the CVJ division are involved in workshops, held in a host plant, to discuss initiatives.
Working in collaboration with the specialty CVJ boot fabricator, Dow Coming developed a unique silicone engineered elastomer to meet the challenge.