### Differential

The section of the drivetrain that divides or distributes power to the wheels.

### Differential

A set of mechanical gears that eqaulises the power between the left and right drive wheels, particularly when cornering, when the outside wheel travels further than the inside wheel

(ailerons) When ailerons are set to give more up movement than down movement This is to reduce the effect of adverse yaw

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*adj]* - (mathematics) involving or containing one or more derivatives 2. [adj] - relating to or showing a difference 3. [n] - a quality that differentiates between similar things

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• (a.) Of or pertaining to a differential, or to differentials. • (n.) An increment, usually an indefinitely small one, which is given to a variable quantity. • (a.) Relating to differences of motion or leverage; producing effects by such differences; said of mechanism. • (a.) Relating to or indicating a difference; creating a d...

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*adjective* relating to or showing a difference; `differential treatment`

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*[calculus]* Faculty of Parsons The New School for Design ...

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*[infinitesimal]* The term differential is used in calculus to refer to an infinitesimal (infinitely small) change in some varying quantity. For example, if x is a variable, then a change in the value of x is often denoted Δx (pronounced delta x). The differential dx represents an infinitely small change in the variable x. The idea of an inf...

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*[mathematics]* In mathematics, the term differential has several meanings. ==Basic notions== ==Differential geometry== The notion of a differential motivates several concepts in differential geometry (and differential topology). ==Algebraic geometry== Differentials are also important in algebraic geometry, and there are several important not...

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**Dif`fer·en'tial** * adjective* [ Confer French

* différentiel* .]

** 1.** Relating to or indicating a difference; creating a difference; discriminating; special; as,

* differential* characteristics;

* differential* duties; a

* differential* rate. « For whom he produced

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1. Relating to or indicating a difference; creating a difference; discriminating; special; as, differential characteristics; differential duties; a differential rate. 'For whom he produced differential favors.' (Motley) ... 2. <mathematics> Of or pertaining to a differential, or to differentials. ... 3. <mechanics> Relating to differenc...

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A mechanical gearbox or fluid coupling that allows wheels to rotate at different speeds. Usually located on an axle, it allows the outside wheels to turn faster than the inside wheels during cornering. Four-wheel-drive and all-wheel drive vehicles have two differentials, one for the rear axle and one for the front. all-wheel drive vehicles also may...

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A mutual fund's return minus the change in the Standard & Poor's 500 index for the same time period.

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A special gearbox designed so that the torque fed into it is split and delivered to two outputs that can turn at different speeds. Differentials within axles are designed to split torque evenly; however, when used between the front and rear axles in four-wheel-drive systems (a center differential), they can be designed to apportion torque unevenly....

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A term such as dx used in an expression such as ydx - xdy to denote first-order small changes in the variable. Differentiation is the method by which a differential is found.

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Arrangement of gears in the final drive of a vehicle's transmission system that allows the driving wheels to turn at different speeds when cornering. The differential consists of sets of bevel gears and pinions within a cage attached to the crown wheel. When cornering, the bevel pinions rotate to...

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differential, in the automobile, a set of gears used on the driving (usually rear) axle. The two wheels on the driving axle must be interconnected in order to receive their energy from the same source, the driving shaft; at the same time they must be free to revolve at different speeds when necessar...

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For an on/off controller, it refers to the temperature difference between the temperature at which the controller turns heat off and the temperature at which the heat is turned back on. It is expressed in degrees.

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gear system for axle with two drive wheels, allows proper turning.

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in mathematics, an expression based on the derivative of a function, useful for approximating certain values of the function. The derivative of a ... [1 related articles]

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It is the difference between the lowest and highest RGs. You compute the high and subtract the low f

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The gear assembly connected to the drive shaft that permits the wheels to turn at different speeds when going around a corner, while transmitting power from the drive shaft to the wheel axles.

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Type: Term Pronunciation: dif′ĕr-en′shăl Definitions: 1. Relating to, or characterized by, a difference; distinguishing.

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