"Gear Applications" provides an overview of the many different types of gears and gear drives used in mechanical applications. Gears are an essential part of many applications because they transmit power and motion as well as alter the speed, torque, or direction of mechanical energy. Gear design and the structure of gear drives vary depending upon their application. As a result, both an application's key variables and a gear's capabilities must be assessed in order to choose the most appropriate gear for the application's needs. Without proper application and maintenance, gears will function less efficiently, increasing the chance for premature failure and downtime. A lack of knowledge will consequently slow production as well as add excess waste and cost to the process. After taking this class, a user should be able to identify different gears, understand gear drive abilities, and possess the knowledge to safely operate gear systems.
- Describe the use of gears
- Describe the different functions of gear trains
- Describe the features of a spur gear
- Describe the features of a helical gear
- Describe the necessary helical gear combinations for different shaft alignments
- Describe helical gear variations
- Describe the features of different types of bevel gears
- Describe a worm and worm gear
- Distinguish between different configurations of worm gear sets
- Describe a rack and pinion gear train
- Describe the components of a planetary gear train
- Describe the features of an enclosed gear drive
- Identify the factors influencing gear selection
- Describe appropriate practices for maintaining gears
- Describe types of gear failure
- Identify safety hazards for working with gears.
- Recommended for mechanical/electrical/plumbing maintenance technicians.
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