Mechanisms / Drives
by Richard W. Tinnell
Publisher: Delmar Publishers 1971
Number of pages: 280
This is an introductory treatment of modern mechanical drives, combining the elements of mechanical theory with those of practicality. The topics treated include: various gear drive configurations employing spur, bevel, and helical gears, belt drives of several types, chain drives, friction drives, and some selected special topics such as cams and universal joints.
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