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290. The angle through which a gear turns from the beginning ofcontact of a pair of teeth until the contact reaches the pitch point,is known asA. Angle of approach
B. Angle of actionC. Angle of contactD. Pressure angleE. Approach angleA.Angle of approach291. The surface endurance limit of gear material is dependent onits292. Yield point in static loading as compared to that in fatigue
loading is
293. Slenderness ratio of the lacing bar for compression membershould not exceed

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Term
Winter
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Ball bearing, gear, trunions, D Concentric springs, Laminated springs

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