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View Resource Using Lever Analogy Diagrams in Teaching Compound Planetary Gear Trains

The planetary gear trains are widely used in many automotive, aerospace and marine applications. The planetary gear trains are introduced to undergraduate mechanical engineering students in the course of Kinematics and Dynamics of Machines. Traditional methods of analyzing planetary gear trains, by means of torque and speed calculations, tend to be slow and cumbersome.The complexity involved has,...

View Resource Modeling Mechanical Subsystems of the Hybrid Electric Transmission

This lab is part of the course ?Intro to Mechatronics? at Lawrence Technological University and was developed through seed funding from the CAAT. In the lab students are introduced to the use of planetary gearsets and their application to hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) transmissions. Students are first familiarized with the planetary gearset equation and then use MAT Lab software to visual...

View Resource Wind Turbine Generator Physics: Gear Boxes and Blades

This module, produced by the Wind Technician TV project from Highland Community College, introduces students to the gear boxes and blades of wind turbines. The module consists of four lessons: gear box solids and liquids, blades- force analysis, gear box heat transfer and gearbox force and stress analysis. The lessons include audio and animated visuals as well as interactive simulations. Each...

View Resource Mechanical Drives

This is a web page with learning objects on Mechanical Drives with lessons in: Belt & Chain Drives, and Shaft Couplings, Clutches & Brakes. Each lesson links to an interactive resource which helps to further explain the concepts.

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