162A 5-2 - Epicyclic Gear Trains

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162A. Introduction to Mechanisms and Mechanical Systems Chapter 5 Part 2: Epicyclic Gear Trains
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Epicyclic Gear Trains s Epicycle –noun s 1.Astronomy. a small circle the center of hich moves around in the circumference which moves around in the circumference of a larger circle s 2.Mathematics. a circle that rolls, externally or internally, without slipping, on another circle , generating an epicycloid
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Epicyclic (Planetary) Gear Trains
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Trains in Fig. 10.5 and 10.6 are kinematically equivalent; dynamically different.
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Planetary Trains
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12 possible epicyclic trains
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Unformatted text preview: according to Levai Methods to Determine Gear Ratios of Planetary Trains s Formula Method s Superposition Method A 2-sun train with simple mounted planetary gears A 2-sun train with compound mounted planetary gears Some Numerical Examples Example 2 Gear Differentials s Gear differential is a mechanism that permits transmission of input power to two separate outputs at different rotation speeds. s A planetary gear train may be employed to create such a mechanism and can incorporate either spur gears or bevel gears Automotive Gear Differential...
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This note was uploaded on 08/08/2011 for the course MAE 162A taught by Professor Glenn during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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