- 15.15.1: A 100-hp spur gear reducer is shown in Figure 15.28 of Sample 15.5D...
- 15.15.2: A gear speed reducer with a 10 to 1 speed reduction ratio has an ou...
- 15.15.3: Two gears with a module of 2 mm are mounted at a center distance of...
- 15.15.4: Calculate the thickness measured along the pitch circle of a spur g...
- 15.15.5: A 32-tooth gear with an 8-diametral pitch meshes with a 65-tooth ge...
- 15.15.6: Determine the thickness of a spur gear tooth with a diametral pitch...
- 15.15.7: Two gears in a 2 : 1 ratio gearset and with a diametral pitch of 6 ...
- 15.15.8: A 20-tooth spur gear with a diametral pitch of 6 meshes with a 55-t...
- 15.15.9: Two gears in a 3 : 1 ratio gearset and with a diametral pitch of 4 ...
- 15.15.11: A 20-tooth pinion with a diametral pitch of 8 rotates 2000 rpm and ...
- 15.15.12: A 4:1 speed ratio is to be provided by a pair of spur gears on 7.5-...
- 15.15.13: A 24-tooth pinion has a module of 2 mm, rotates 2400 rpm, and drive...
- 15.15.14: Begin a full-size layout of a pair of spur gears having a 4 : 1 vel...
- 15.15.15: The diametral pitch of a pair of standard 20 full-depth spur gears ...
- 15.15.16: A pair of involute gears have base circle diameters of 60 and 120 m...
- 15.15.17: For a gear having an outside diameter of 3.000 in., full-depth invo...
- 15.15.18: An 18-tooth pinion having a 20 pressure angle meshes with a 36-toot...
- 15.15.19: A 17-tooth pinion meshes with an 84-tooth gear. The full-depth invo...
- 15.15.21: A pair of standard 20 spur gears with 10-in. center distance has a ...
- 15.15.22: Using the equations in Section 15.3, compute rag,max, rap,max, and ...
- 15.15.23: Figure P15.23 shows a two-stage gear reducer. Identical pairs of ge...
- 15.15.24: Same as 15.23, except that the pinion has 21 teeth and the gear has...
- 15.15.25: The 18-tooth pinion in FigureP15.25 is driven 800 rpm by amotor tha...
- 15.15.26: Same as 15.25, except that the motor-driven pinion has 20 teeth.
- 15.15.27: An 18-tooth pinion with a diametral pitch of 6 rotates 1800 rpm and...
- 15.15.28: Figure P15.28 shows a machine beinggear-driven by a motor. Use of t...
- 15.15.29: Figure P15.29 shows an electric motor driving a machine by means of...
- 15.15.31: A pair of mating gears have 20 full-depth teeth with a diametral pi...
- 15.15.32: To what value could the gear hardness be reduced in 15.31 without m...
- 15.15.33: A spur gear reducer has an 18-tooth pinion driven 1500 rpm by an el...
- 15.15.34: The accessory drive unit of a large aircraft engine involves an ide...
- 15.15.35: Modify the accessory drive unit in 15.34 to have three identical 20...
- 15.15.36: The 20-tooth pinion of 15.20 rotates 210 rpm. Determine graphically...
- 15.15.37: For the gears in 15.31, estimate the horsepower that can be transmi...
- 15.15.38: Same as 15.31, except estimate the horsepower that can be transmitt...
- 15.15.39: To what value could the gear hardness be reduced in 15.31, without ...
- 15.15.41: For the gears in 15.34, estimate the horsepower that can be transmi...
- 15.15.42: The two-stage gear reducer in Figure P15.23 uses two identical pair...
- 15.15.43D: A two-stage gear reducer using identical pinion and gear sets for t...
- 15.15.44D: Design a pair of standard spur gears for transmitting 60 hp from a ...
- 15.15.45: The simple planetary train shown in Figures 15.30 through 15.32 is ...
- 15.15.46: An engineer unfamiliar with the workings of planetary gears is havi...
- 15.15.47: Figure P15.47 is a schematic representation of a conventional three...
- 15.15.48: A planetary train similar to Figure 15.32 has a band brake that hol...
- 15.15.49: Figure P15.49 shows a plane-tary train with double planets,two suns...
- 15.15.51: Same as 15.49 except that P1, P2, and S1 have 36, 30, and 32 teeth,...
- 15.15.52: Figure P15.52 represents an ingenious gear train for obtaining a tr...
- 15.15.53: Figure P15.53 is a diagrammatic representation of the transmission ...
- 15.15.54: Search for information on the power split device for the Toyota Pri...

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