showed us how the heavier duty the chain is it will respectably be larger and

Showed us how the heavier duty the chain is it will

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showed us how the heavier duty the chain is, it will respectably be larger and thicker in a dimensions standpoint. For exercise 2, we conclude that the type of chain being driven still maintains the ratios similar to gear sets, but it is able to do so with a large gap between sprockets, while gears have to physically be connected to each other. Recommendations: I would recommend to always try to find the ideal use scenario for the type of chain that you will be using. Chains need to be selected by identify use case/load type/speed for an application. Exercise 1: Sr. No Type of Chain Nomenclature Pitch Roller Diameter Inside Width Plate Thickness 1 Standard Roller Chain #40 0.500 0.312 0.653 0.059 2 Double Pitch Chain 2040 1.000 0.312 0.309 0.059 3 Double Strand Chain 60-2 0.750 0.469 0.500 0.093
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4 Silent Chain SC 10 12 1.250 0.625 0.500 0.095 5 Heavy Duty Chain 80H 1.000 0.625 0.625 0.156 Sprockets Sprocket Type Pitch # of Teeth 50A16 A 3.204 16 50BS15 B 3.006 15 50C16 C 0.625 16 Bore Diameter: 1.2500in Pitch Diameter: 3.0061in Bottom Diameter: 3.3150in Hub Diameter: 2-3/8in Hub Width: 2-3/8in Exercise 2: Chain Number: 40B10F1-2 R40 Sprocket Driver Number: 40B10F1-2 Sprocket Driven Number: H40H24 Number of teeth on the Driver: 10 Number of teeth on Driven: 24
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