spur gear


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spur gear

[′spər ‚gir]
(design engineering)
A toothed wheel with radial teeth parallel to the axis.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Over the last few decades, the evolution in engineering plastics and technopolymers has led to the availability of spur gears in plastic material featuring high mechanical strengths.
[19] later enhanced contact modeling as a part of structural analysis by using gap elements for the calculation of spur gear deformation [18-19].
Gill-Jeong [18] verified the nonlinear behavior analysis of a paired spur gear system with a one-way clutch for the first time.
Sankar and Nataraj [10] suggest a method to simulate the modification effect of spur gear by using the ANSYS software, which can work out the conclusion that profile modification is in a position to improve the stress strength of spur gear.
Two different materials were used for spur gear, acetal for small spur gear and stainless steel for large spur gear.
Duzcukoglu, "Relation between wear and tooth width modification in spur gears" Wear, vol.
"Helical gears offer a refinement over spur gears [because they] can be meshed in a parallel or crossed orientations," says the engineering team from Myostat Motion Control.
So we use for geometrical purposes a 2D model of spur gear contact (Pimsarn & Kazerounian, 2002).
Manufacturing techniques for highly specialized equipment such as CMOS thermal-based accelerometers, external spur gear pumps and low-temperature polycrystalline silicon film are also analyzed.
The melters feature variable speed AC motors with spur gear pumps.
The fully enclosed direct spur gear transmission also means no chains, no wear and tear, and no maintenance.
The drive incorporates a redesigned spur gear for improved tracking.