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General spatial involute gearing

Author: Jack Phillips
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The theory of planar involute gearing is generalized for the design and machine-cutting of spatial involute gearing. The monograph solves a problem open for 150 years. Involute skew helicals, oblique involute hypoids, offset involute worms, bevels and straight spur gears are all explicable by the same unifying theory. A fundamental law, not only for involute but for all kinds of gearing, is enunciated and proven.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Phillips
ISBN: 3540442049 9783540442042 3642079180 9783642079184
OCLC Number: 50877616
Description: xviii, 498 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Ch. 1. Basic Kinematics of the Gear Set --
Ch. 2. The Fundamental Law of Gearing --
Ch. 3. Mating Involute Helicoids --
Ch. 4. Key Aspects of the Geometry --
Ch. 5(A). The Simplicity of Equiangularity --
Ch. 5(B). Synthesising an Equiangular Set --
Ch. 6. The Plain Polyangular Option --
Ch. 7. Worm Drives Offset and Non-Offset --
Ch. 8. Exoticism by Accident or Design --
Ch. 9(A). Helicality Tight Mesh and Backlash --
Ch. 9(B). Mechanics of the Phantom Rack --
Ch. 10. Mathematics of the Machining --
Ch. 11. Aspects of the Physical Reality --
Ch. 12. The Screw Systems and Gear Design.
Responsibility: Jack Phillips.
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