Theory of Machines

310-005

Helical Gear Drive

Helical gears have two or more pairs of teeth in contact and are thus much smoother in operation than spur gears. This quietness of operation renders them suitable for very high speed drives. Experiments cover torque and velocity ratios thus enabling the law of the machine to be verified.


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