Some articles on gear, gears, output gear, output:
... For this analysis, we consider a gear train that has one degree-of-freedom, which means the angular rotation of all the gears in the gear train are defined ... The size of the gears and the sequence in which they engage define the ratio of the angular velocity ωA of the input gear to the angular velocity ωB of the output gear, known as the speed ... ratio, then The input torque TA acting on the input gear GA is transformed by the gear train into the output torque TB exerted by the output gear GB ...
... Gear teeth are designed so that the number of teeth on a gear is proportional to the radius of its pitch circle, and so that the pitch circles of meshing gears roll on ... The speed ratio for a pair of meshing gears can be computed from ratio of the radii of the pitch circles and the ratio of the number of teeth on each gear ... The velocity v of the point of contact on the pitch circles is the same on both gears, and is given by where input gear A has radius rA and meshes with output gear B of radius rB, therefore, where ...
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