Discussion :: Theory of machines - Section 1 (Q.No.24)
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When the axes of the shafts, over which the gears are mounted, move relative to a fixed axis, then the train is known as reverted gear train.
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|Fazal said: (Mar 5, 2014)|
|It is a epicyclic gear train.|
|Kushagra Sharma said: (Jul 30, 2014)|
|Reverted Gear trains are used to connect coaxial shafts.|
|Rahul said: (Jan 2, 2015)|
|If shafts are coaxial then it is reverted gear train.|
|Ankit said: (Sep 6, 2015)|
|Coaxial shafts are deployed in reverted gear trains.|
|Sangam said: (Dec 25, 2015)|
|If the gears are mounted over the co-axial shafts then train formed is called as reverted gear train.
And I think answer of this question is epicyclic gear train as it said that the they are move to an fixed axis.
|Abhi said: (Oct 4, 2016)|
|In given question, it is epicyclic gear.
In reverted gear, gears are mounts on the coaxial shaft.
|Siddhu Dada Thakur said: (Nov 17, 2016)|
|Yes, this is a epicyclic gear train.|
|Bhuro said: (Dec 17, 2016)|
|It is Epicyclic.|
|Sushanta said: (Feb 26, 2017)|
|Yes, it is Epicyclic.|
|Sunil Rathod said: (Aug 23, 2019)|
|Yes, it's epicyclic gear train.|
|Siva said: (Dec 10, 2019)|
|Coaxial shaft is reverted gears.|
|D. Kawadkar said: (Jun 18, 2020)|
|Yes, agree It is an epicyclic gear train.|
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