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Case Study: JBJ Techniques and the BLOODHOUND SSC Project - April 2016

The article "Case Study: JBJ Techniques and the BLOODHOUND SSC Project" appeared in the April 2016 issue of Power Transmission Engineering.

Summary
Specialist power transmission supplier JBJ Techniques Limited, of Redhill, Surrey, England were recently contacted by the staff of Bloodhound SSC R&D engineering team to solve a problem on the fuel pump test rig. JBJ Techniques had worked with various team members in the past and this previous experience made JBJ an easy choice to assist with this project. The scope of supply was to produce a suitable drive coupling with a maximum diameter of 160 mm, capable of transmitting 550 Nm @ 10,000 rpm, with as short an assembly as possible, and at the same time be able to accept misalignment within the drivetrain.

Keywords
couplings

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