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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. NoType of ChainNomenclaturePitchRoller DiameterInside WidthPlate Thickness1Standard Roller Chain#400.5000.3120.6530.0592Double Pitch Chain20401.0000.3120.3090.0593Double Strand Chain60-20.7500.4690.5000.093
4Silent ChainSC 10 121.2500.6250.5000.0955Heavy Duty Chain80H1.0000.6250.6250.156SprocketsSprocket TypePitch# of Teeth50A16A3.2041650BS15B3.0061550C16C0.62516Bore Diameter: 1.2500inPitch Diameter: 3.0061inBottom Diameter: 3.3150inHub Diameter: 2-3/8inHub Width: 2-3/8inExercise 2:Chain Number: 40B10F1-2R40Sprocket Driver Number: 40B10F1-2Sprocket Driven Number: H40H24Number of teeth on the Driver: 10Number of teeth on Driven: 24