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Gears

(1) (Gear S) See Samsung Gear S.

(2) A software platform from Google for running applications locally. Introduced in 2007 and installed as a browser extension and accessed via JavaScript, it provides a local server for caching Web pages and other HTTP resources so they can be accessed offline. It also includes an SQLite-based database for storing local data and a "WorkerPool" module that allows JavaScript code to run in the background. In 2011, Google announced it was migrating Gears to Web storage, and it removed the Gears interface from Gmail, Google Calendar and Chrome browser. See Web Storage and Google. See also Samsung Gear.
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Dynamics of gears with different gear faults have already been widely studied and reported in previous literatures.
Sam Haines, chief executive officer of Gear Motions, said in a statement of the deal: It enables Gear Motions to offer more precision applications to a wider customer base and also permits Niagara Gear to supply larger ground and cut spur helical gears to its existing customers through its new sister company, Oliver Gear.
At first glance, the construction of the BHS power distribution gear is very similar to that of a standard epicyclic gear: Three planet gears are arrayed around a central sun pinion.
The gear power transmissions usually consist of two or more gears meshed for the purpose of transmitting motion (power) from turbine rotor to electric generator rotor.
2008) have investigated on ECH of spur gears using different combinations of NaNO3 and NaCl as electrolyte.
6 : working order or condition <He got his career in gear.
Worm gears are ideal wherever large gear reductions are required.
Given the advantages of this system over other gear alignment techniques and the importance in economic terms of optimising alignment of gears, a good deal of interest is being expressed by specialists and customers in a number of industries.
It involved simultaneous molding of three oddly shaped gears--one triangle, one square, and one oval--of DuPont's Delrin acetal and assembling them precisely with snap fits on a base plate so the three gears would intermesh smoothly.
Being careful to keep your hands away from the pinion gears, rotate the turret in small increments as you wipe off the old oil from the azimuth drive pinion gears.
When the gear broke, Maintenance Supervisor Dave Reno said, it made a big clunk ``100 times more than the sound of grinding gears in a car.