A large motor carrier terminal which separates composite loads into individual shipments and then routes them to different destinations. Also known as Break, Breakbulk Terminal, or Distribution Center.
The center of a rotating component, such as a brake rotor, containing the bearings and the means of mounting the unit to the vehicle.
The center of a film or tape reel.
A designated Wire Center at which bridging, multiplexing or connections to other services are performed.
The center portion of a turbomachinery where the roots of the blades are connected.
Middle part of a wheel that attaches to spokes and can include a brake.
an iron flange that either slides over a wooden water wheel shaft or is mounted onto an iron shaft. Hubs mounted on a wooden water wheel shaft is wedged in place.
The center hole of the disc also referred to as the clamping area and/or stacking ring.
The center part of wheel containing bearings and the axle.
The assembly that houses the bearings around which the wheel and tire assembly rotates.
The center part of a wheel and housing for the bearing upon which the wheel rotates around the spindle or drive shaft. Proportioning Valve - A valve that regulates pressure to the rear brakes in proportion to pedal force, and minimizes the possibility of rear wheel lock during panic stops.
This is the center area of the wheel. The lug holes are located in the hub area.
The center of a wind generator rotor, which holds the blades in place and attaches to the shaft. See also: Blade, Propeller, Root, Rotor, Tip
(n.) 1. A lock component, which redirects rotational motion from a spindle or shaft to linear movement of a latch or bolt. (key change) 2. The part of a combination wheel that the change key engages to permit the combination to be changed. Source: Lock Industry Standards and Training (LIST) Council
The center of the carousel containing the motor and mechanism used to turn the carousel.
Network operations center. All communications to, from, and between micro terminals must flow through the hub.
The center mount for the blades. Laser cut like mine are hard to beat.
a shoulder or flange protruding from the side of a sprocket or gear. Hubs provide width to a part, which is used, for mounting the part on a shaft.
The center core of a wheel.
The base having studs protruding from its face upon which the wheel is mounted to the vehicle.
center of the orb-web; there are various types of hubs: 1)open (silk removed), 2)containing only radii, 3)containing spiral threads; some orb weavers may rest in hub while other orb web species hide in a retreat and hold onto a signal thread connected to the hub
The hub sits snugly on the axle, and has the wheel rim mounted to it. Essentially, it connects wheels and axle. IAME Manufacturer of a 2-cycle engine used in some karting classes.
terminal in the center of a region where freight can be loaded and unloaded to accomplish next-day delivery.
The clear center around the hole of a CD or DVD. LightScribe discs have a logo inscribed on their hubs.
The point on an industrial fan wheel from which the fan blades extend.
A metal disk that makes a mechanical connection between a propeller or lift fan and the axle or shaft turning it.
The center part of a wheel or gear.
1. The center part of a wheel or circle. 2. A center of interest, importance or activity.