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Pressure Angle Changes in the Transverse Plane for Circular Cut Spiral Bevel Gears - September/October 1986

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Archive > 1986 > September/October 1986 > Pressure Angle Changes in the Transverse Plane for Circular Cut Spiral Bevel Gears

The article "Pressure Angle Changes in the Transverse Plane for Circular Cut Spiral Bevel Gears" appeared in the September/October 1986 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Recently it has been suggested that the transverse plane may be very useful in studying the kinematics and dynamics of spiral bevel gears. The transverse plane is perpendicular to the pitch and axial planes as shown in Fig. 1. Buckingham has suggested that a spiral bevel gear may be viewed as a limited form of a "stepped" straight-tooth gear as in Fig. 2. The transverse plane is customarily used in the study of straight toothed bevel gears.

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spiral bevel gears

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