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Gear Geometry and Applied Theory

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ISBN-10: 0132110954

ISBN-13: 9780132110952

Edition: 1st 1994

Authors: Faydor L. Litvin

List price: $110.00
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Written by THE internationally recognized expert in gears and the developer of the modern theory of gearing, this is the definitive reference on gearing. It covers the modern theory of gearing, geometry, design, and computerized simulation of meshing and contact for almost all types of gears. Covers the modern theory of gearing and geometry for the design and manufacture of all types of gear drives. Considers the new aspects of gearing required for redirection of machine vibration and CNC (computer controlled automated manufacturing) equipment.MARKETS: A power tool for researchers, graduate students, designers, and manufacturers of gears.
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Book details

List price: $110.00
Edition: 1st
Copyright year: 1994
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 1/6/1994
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 99998
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.2
Language: English

Coordinate transformation
Relative velocity
Centrodes, axodes, operating pitch surfaces
Planar curves
Conjugated surfaces and curves
Curvatures of surfaces and curves
Mating surfaces: curvature relations, contact ellipse
Computerized simulation of meshing and contact
Spur involute gears
Internal involute gears
Noncircular gears
Cycloidal gearing
Involute helical gears with parallel axes
Modified involute gears
Involute helical gears with crossed axes
New version of Novikov-Wildhaber helical gears
Face-gear drives
Worm-gear drives with cylindrical worms
Double-enveloping worm-gear drives
Spiral bevel gears
Hypoid gear drives
Planetary gear trains
Generation of helicoids
Design of flyblades
Generation of surfaces by CNC machines
Overwire (Ball) measurement
Minimization of deviations of gear real tooth surfaces