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How to analyse a gear problem in mechanics of machines?



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Depends on what your problem is. If you go to your local library, you should be able to find a machine design book that will have an entire chapter on gear design. In it will be terminology, equations, etc. that should help you analyze just about all gear problems. You can also find some general information in a book called "Machinery Handbook". The Machinery Handbook gives some generalized equations and "rule" you should follow in designing gears.

C. Murphy



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