Gear Geometry and Applied Theory by Faydor L. LitvinGear Geometry and Applied Theory by Faydor L. Litvin

Gear Geometry and Applied Theory

byFaydor L. Litvin, Alfonso Fuentes

Hardcover | September 6, 2004

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This revised, expanded edition covers the theory, design, geometry, and manufacture of all types of gears and gear drives. An invaluable reference for designers, theoreticians, students, and manufacturers, the second edition includes advances in gear theory, gear manufacturing, and computer simulation. Among the new topics are: new geometry for gears and pumps; new design approaches for planetary gear trains and bevel gear drives; an enhanced approach for stress analysis; new methods of grinding and gear shaving; and new theory on the simulation and its application. First Edition published by Pearson Education Hb (1994): 0-132-11095-4
Title:Gear Geometry and Applied TheoryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:816 pages, 9.96 × 6.97 × 1.89 inPublished:September 6, 2004Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521815177

ISBN - 13:9780521815178

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Table of Contents

1. Coordinate transformation; 2. Relative velocity; 3. Centrodes, axodes, operating pitch surfaces; 4. Planar curves; 5. Surfaces; 6. Conjugated surfaces and curves; 7. Curvatures of surfaces and curves; 8. Mating surfaces: curvature relations, contact ellipse; 9. Computerized simulation of meshing and contact; 10. Spur involute gears; 11. Internal involute gears; 12. Noncircular gears; 13. Cycloidal gearing; 14. Involute helical gears with parallel axes; 15. Modified involute gears; 16. Involute helical gears with crossed axes; 17. New version of Novikov-Wildhaber helical gears; 18. Face-gear drives; 19. Worm-gear drives with cylindrical worms; 20. Double-enveloping worm-gear drives; 21. Spiral bevel gears; 22. Hypoid gear drives; 23. Planetary gear trains; 24. Generation of helicoids; 25. Design of flyblades; 26. Generation of surfaces by CNC machines; 27. Overwire (Ball) measurement; 28. Minimization of deviations of gear real tooth surfaces.

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