Handbook of Gear Design

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Tata McGraw-Hill Education, 1994 - Gearing - 536 pages
7 Reviews
This new edition provides extensive information to designers on various aspects of gears and gearing systems. Very comprehensive in its coverage, the handbook contains enough tables, illustrative examples and diagrams to enable designers arrive at quick solutions for their problems. The handbook is based on ISO specifications and is a unique blend of practical as well as the theoretical aspects of gear designs. The new edition includes more on spiral bevel gears, arcoid gears, klingelnberg and gleason systems and gear tooth checking.
 

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I used this handbook for completing my thesis and I think it is a comprehensive source for gear design concepts and includes good practical information.

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Contents

SPUR GEARS 2 1
2-1
HELICAL GEARS 3 1
3-1
WORM AND WORMWHEELS 4 1
4-1
STRAIGHT BEVEL GEARS 5 1
5-1
SPIRAL BEVEL GEARS 6 1
6-1
MISCELLANEOUS GEARINGS 7 1
7-1
MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS 8 1
8-1
A Construction of involute gear tooth
A-13
G Tables of trigonometrical functions A 26
A-26
H Involute functions A 32
A-32
Tolerances on gear blanks A 48
A-48
N Table of fillet radii for stepped shafts in torsion
A-56
Q Tangent key for power transmission A 62
A-62
T Tables of Siunits and conversion factors A 71
A-71
U Tables of preferred numbers and sizes A 77
A-77
BIBLIOGRAPHY B I
A-95

Basic dimensions of standard gear tooth A 20
A-20

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