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Elastic shaft coupling

Image Number 4 for United States Patent #6623362.

An elastic shaft coupling which as a transmission element comprises at least one torsion element with an elastically deformable elastomer body on which axial flange connections are fixedly mounted on the input and output sides. The axial width of the elastomer body increases radially from the inside towards the outside. To reduce or better distribute the local mechanical and thermal load on the elastomer body resulting from the dynamic load, the invention provides for the axial width of the elastomer body to increase radially from the inside to the outside more than proportionally, at least in sections.

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