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Modeling-4 - Transfer Functions For Systems With Gears...

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Transfer Functions For Systems With Gears Most rotational mechanical systems have gear trains associated with them; especially those driven by motors Gears provide mechanical advantage to rotational systems The linearized interaction between two gears is depicted as follows: where an input gear with radius r 1 and N 1 teeth is rotated through angle θ 1 (t) due to torque, T 1 (t) . An output gear with radius r 2 and N 2 teeth responds by rotating through angle θ 2 (t) and delivering a torque T 2 (t) delivering a torque . 81 (c) 2010 Farrokh Sharifi
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