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GEAR DESIGN SIMPLIFIED,
By Franklin D. Jones and Henry H. Ryffel
1961, 6 x 9, Hard, Illustrated, 151pp
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This classic reference is a compilation of a
series of gear-designing charts illustrating by simple diagrams and examples
the solutions of practical problems relating to spur gears, straight-tooth
bevel gears, spiral-bevel gears, helical gears for parallel shaft drives,
helical (spiral) gears for angular drives, herringbone gears, and worm gears.
Contains a series of simply diagrammed
gear-designing charts, illustrating solutions to practical problems. Presents
all of the rules, formulas, and examples applying to all types of gears. Aids
design engineers and manufacturers involved in the production of gears.
Standard Gear Tooth Forms and Dimensions.
Spur Gears- Full Depth Teeth. Spur Gears- Stub Teeth. Internal Gears. Bevel
Gears- Right Angle Drives. Straight Tooth Bevel Gears- Gleason System. Bevel
Gears of Parallel-Depth type. Helical or Spiral Gears. Herringbone Gears. Worm
Gearing. Gearing Ratios and Speeds. Power Transmitting Capacity of Gears.
Definitions of Gear Terms. Index.
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