Conclusions After completing this lab we left with a greater understanding of

Conclusions after completing this lab we left with a

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Conclusions: After completing this lab, we left with a greater understanding of how to identify a gear or sprocket using given nomenclature as well as its specifications. Real World Applications: Real world applications include various things from bicycle chains and conveyor belts.
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Chains Introduction: In this lab, we endeavored to understand the use of chains with sprockets to transmit power and torque. Methodology: Exercise IA: Given a type of chain and an example of nomenclature, identify its pitch, roller diameter, inside width, and plate thickness. Exercise IB: Given a sprocket’s nomenclature, give the manufacturer, ID number, sprocket type, pitch, number of teeth, bore diameter, bottom diameter, sprocket width, maximum hub diameter, and pitch diameter. Exercise II: Use the chain drive on the Parker trainer. Record the chain number, sprocket driver number, sprocket driven number, number of teeth on driver, number of teeth on driven, and the central distance. Then, on three different speed settings, find the actual driver speed, actual driven speed, actual velocity ratio, and theoretical velocity ratio. Data: Exercise IA: Chain type Nomenclature Pitch Roller Diameter Inside Width Plate Thickness Standard Roller Chain #40 0.5” 0.313” 0.313” 0.06” Double Pitch Chain 2040 1.0” 0.313” 0.313” 0.58”
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