face gear

face gear

[′fās ‚gir]
(design engineering)
A gear having teeth cut on the face.
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Cao, "Nonlinear dynamic characteristic of a face gear drive with effect of modification," Meccanica, vol.
It was a backpacker couple-pale, Nordic blonde hair in bandannas; freckly skin beet-red from the sun; enormous North Face gear festooned with buckles and pockets; drop-crotch drawstring elephant-print pants fresh off the racks at Khao San Road.
Lei, "Effect of mesh stiffness on the dynamic response of face gear transmission system," Journal of Mechanical Design, Transactions of the ASME, vol.
Tenders are invited for Repair/Grinding of Milling Machine Side and Face Gear Cutter
Forte, "Evaluation of the effect of misalignment and profile modification in face gear drive by a finite element meshing simulation," Journal of Mechanical Design, vol.
The weather was so bad jockeys had to wear protective face gear while they raced across the beach in Claddaghduff, Co Galway.
The women ran the gamut of stereotypes, from Carhartt carrying ranch hands to downtown dilettantes in flashy North Face gear.
ASSAG is a pioneer in Face Gear Technology with several patents to its credit and a solution provider for high precision and high quality Gears.
In went the padded North Face gear, the waterproof ski jacket, Uggs and even sunglasses and insectrepellent in case the wind dropped and the midges came out.
Daryl, like others, would later learn this face gear was a novel performance-enhancing tool.
The "structures vehicle" test flight on 23 November demonstrated the all-new split-torque face gear, composite main rotor blade, more powerful General Electric T700-701D engines, says Boeing programme manager Scott Rudy.