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pitch diameter: The diameter of the pitch circle, the imaginary circle that rolls without slipping with the pitch circle of the mating gear, measured in inches or millimeters. pressure angle: The angle between the tooth profile and a line perpendicular to the pitch circle, usually at the point where the pitch circle and the tooth profile intersect. Standard angles are 20 and 25 . The pressure angle affects the force that tends to separate mating gears. A high pressure angle decreases the contact ratio, but it permits the teeth to have higher capacity and it allows gears to have fewer teeth without undercutting.
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backlash: The amount by which the width of a tooth space exceeds the thickness of the engaging tooth measured on the pitch circle. It is the shortest distance between the noncontacting surfaces of adjacent teeth. gear efficiency: The ratio of output power to input power, taking into consideration power losses in the gears and bearings and from windage and churning of lubricant. gear power: A gear s load and speed capacity, determined by gear dimensions and type. Helical and helical-type gears have capacities to approximately 30,000 hp, spiral bevel gears to about 5000 hp, and worm gears to about 750 hp. gear ratio: The number of teeth in the gear (larger of a pair) divided by the number of teeth in the pinion (smaller of a pair). Also, the ratio of the speed of the pinion to the speed of the gear. In reduction gears, the ratio of input to output speeds. gear speed: A value determined by a specific pitchline velocity. It can be increased by improving the accuracy of the gear teeth and the balance of rotating parts. undercutting: Recessing in the bases of gear tooth flanks to improve clearance.
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Internal gears have teeth on the inside surface of a cylinder. Spur gears are cylindrical gears with teeth that are straight and parallel to the axis of rotation. They are used to transmit motion between parallel shafts. Rack gears have teeth on a flat rather than a curved surface that provide straight-line rather than rotary motion. Helical gears have a cylindrical shape, but their teeth are set at an angle to the axis. They are capable of smoother and quieter action than spur gears. When their axes are parallel, they are called parallel helical gears, and when they are at right angles they are called helical gears. Herringbone and worm gears are based on helical gear geometry. Herringbone gears are double helical gears with both right-hand and left-hand helix angles side by side across the face of the gear. This geometry neutralizes axial thrust from helical teeth. Worm gears are crossed-axis helical gears in which the helix angle of one of the gears (the worm) has a high helix angle, resembling a screw. Pinions are the smaller of two mating gears; the larger one is called the gear or wheel. Bevel gears have teeth on a conical surface that mate on axes that intersect, typically at right angles. They are used in applications where there are right angles between input and output shafts. This class of gears includes the most common straight and spiral bevel as well as the miter and hypoid. Straight bevel gears are the simplest bevel gears. Their straight teeth produce instantaneous line contact when they mate. These gears provide moderate torque transmission, but they are not as smooth running or quiet as spiral bevel gears because the straight teeth engage with full-line contact. They permit medium load capacity. Spiral bevel gears have curved oblique teeth. The spiral angle of curvature with respect to the gear axis permits substantial tooth overlap. Consequently, teeth engage gradually and at least two teeth are in contact at the same time. These gears have lower tooth loading than straight bevel gears, and they can turn up to eight times faster. They permit high load capacity. Miter gears are mating bevel gears with equal numbers of teeth and with their axes at right angles. Hypoid gears are spiral bevel gears with offset intersecting axes.
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