Applied Mechanics And Strength Of Materials by A. B. Clemens PDF

By A. B. Clemens

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The path of contact is the line described by the point of In the case of involute gears contact of two engaging teeth. the path of contact is part of the common tangent to the base GEARING circles. The amounts to the 13 arc of action depends on the addendum, or same thing, on the length of the tooth. what With short teeth, the arc of action must necessarily be small; and a long arc is desired, the teeth must be made long. if 14. Standard Interchangeable Gears. In order that two gears may run properly together, two conditions must be satisfied: (1) They must have the same circular pitch, and (2) they must have the same obliquity.

Point and O; CD this If the positions of both centers should be known, mark points a and b as before. Draw a and bD, and through b A and a draw perpendiculars to these lines; the points where they intersect the center lines of the B and C, levers, are the extremities of these levers. Join and C by the link C, and the point O where the center line of this link cuts the line of motion 55, is the position of the guided point O on the link C. B B t B UNIVERSAL, JOINT 31. Hooke's coupling, in Fig. 27, is used to connect or the two universal joint, shown shafts, the center lines of PIG.

Ans per second. 7. A - - QUICK-RETURN MOTIONS 24. Vibrating-Link Motion. motions J Quick-return are used in shapers, Blotters, and other machines, where all the useful JJ LL s - ~ work done during is the stroke of a recip- rocating piece in one direction. During the working tool the stroke, must move at a suitable cutting speed, while stroke, is on performed, sirable return the when no work that it is it de- should travel more rapidly. The mechanism shown in Fig. 21, known as a vibrating-link motion, is applied to shaping machines operating on metal.

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