Gear Motor Handbook

Author(s) D. W. Dudley, J. Sprengers, D. Shroder
Publisher Springer
Date 2013
Pages 507
Format pdf
Size 12 Mb







One of the main intentions that were declared by the authors of the present volume was to work out a book that could serve as a valuable contribution to the ongoing development in the field of transmitting power and possible applications of the power transmission. It was aimed to all people having regular technical dealings with subject machinery, starting from students and to the professional engineers.

The book starts with some quite basic introductory info, which is then followed by several informative chapters dealing with the dynamics of solids, material strength and stresses involved, mechanical gears together with their geometry and measuring, associated calculations, shafts, fits that are there between the shaft and the hub, bearings, lubrication process and lubricants, housings, various standard gear units, noise and vibration, thermal power, the fabrication process, various technical applications, hydraulic motors, variators, applicable ISO standard and definitions/standards that usually apply to the electric machines, electric DC machine and their control, converters, three-phase AC electric machines and associated signal flow graphs, synchronous machines, inverter drives, means of control of rotating field electric machines - basic technical considerations, permanent magnet machines, outline of TQM, i.e. Total Quality Management, the QC (Quality Control) viewpoint, QA (Quality Assurance), main QC (Quality Control) activities and other very important and relevant topics.

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