By Faydor L. Litvin, Alfonso Fuentes

This revised, multiplied version covers the speculation, layout, geometry, and manufacture of all kinds of gears and equipment drives. a useful reference for designers, theoreticians, scholars, and brands, the second one version contains advances in apparatus conception, equipment production, and laptop simulation. one of the new issues are: new geometry for gears and pumps; new layout ways for planetary equipment trains and bevel apparatus drives; an more desirable process for pressure research; new equipment of grinding and equipment shaving; and new concept at the simulation and its program. First variation released by means of Pearson schooling Hb (1994): 0-132-11095-4

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The instantaneous center of rotation I is located on line Of I that is perpendicular to v. 1) v = ω × Of I . 3: Transformation of rotation into translation. cls February 26, 2004 23:49 38 Relative Velocity Point I is the point of tangency of centrodes of the rack and the gear. The gear centrode is a circle of radius ρ= |v| . 21) The relative motion of centrodes is pure rolling about I and the displacements of the rack and the angle of gear rotation φ are related by s = ρφ. 22) (21) The goal of the to-be-solved problem is to determine the sliding velocity v2 M(x2 , y2 , z 2 ).

At the start of motion, coordinate system S b coincides with S a , coordinate system S n (which is rigidly connected to S b ) coincides with S m (which is rigidly connected to S a ). 44) L−1 ma Lnm Lma = Lba . 46) m3 ]T . 47) and Lnm Lma [c 1 c2 c 3 ]T = Lma Lba [c 1 c2 c 3 ]T = m = [m1 m2 Here, m is the unit vector of the axis of S m that is the axis of rotation (two components of m are equal to zero and the third is equal to one). 4. 4 ROTATIONAL AND TRANSLATIONAL 4 × 4 MATRICES Generally, the origins of coordinate systems do not coincide and the orientations of the systems are different.

5) represent the generated helicoid with surface coordinates θ , ψ. By surface coordinates we mean that a point of the surface is uniquely speciﬁed by given values θ and ψ (see Chapter 5). 1 A surface of revolution is generated by rotation of a planar curve about the ﬁxed axis z 1 . 2 shows the axial section of the surface. The generating curve [Fig. 3(a)] is represented in coordinate system S a (xa , ya , z a ) by equations xa = xa (θ), ya = 0, z a = z a (θ ). 6) The angle of rotation ψ [Fig. 3(b)] lies within the interval 0 ≤ ψ ≤ 2π .