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Then application gears, control gears, vehicle gears, marine gears, aerospace gear, and others are discussed. 2. Gear types and nomenclature are discussed in Chapter 2. The discussion begins with classification of gears, which includes parallel axis gearing, nonparallel coplanar gears operating on intersecting axes, nonparallel noncoplanar gears operating on nonintersecting axes, and special gear types. The discussion is followed by nomenclature of all practical kinds of gears, which includes, but not limited to, nomenclature of spur and helical gears, both external and internal, crossed-helical gear nomenclature and formulas, bevel gear nomenclature and formulas, worm gear nomenclature and formulas, nomenclature of face gears, and beveloid gears.
Advanced terminology in gear design is briefly discussed at the end of the chapter. Gear tooth design is disclosed in Chapter 3. This includes basic requirements of gear teeth, standard systems of gear tooth proportions, general equations relating to center distance along with elements of center distance. Preliminary design considerations are summarized in Chapter 4. Here, the stress formula is discussed in detail. This consideration is followed by data needed for gear drawings. Design formulas are discussed in Chapter 5.
M. Irene Galarneau (a long-time secretary of mine), Mrs. Violet Daughters, and Mrs. Dorothy Dudley (my wife). The final typing, proofreading, and preparation of illustrations was done by Mrs. Carolyn Strickland (a technical assistant). Many of the illustrations in the book have been furnished by companies that have also helped me get items of technical data. ) The assistance of all of these companies is greatly appreciated. The American Gear Manufacturers Association (AGMA) has been most helpful to me.