Technical Drawing - Gears and Cams

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Exercise :: Gears and Cams - General Questions

1.

Spur gear design normally begins with selecting this:

 A. Rack size B. Tooth size C. Gear size D. Pitch diameter

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2.

The most common geometric form used in gears today is this:

 A. Involute profile B. Convolute profie C. Base circle D. Spur circle

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3.

This is a curve showing the displacement of the follower as ordinates on a base line that represents one revolution of the cam:

 A. Displacement diagram B. Follower C. Cam cycle D. Reciprocation chart

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4.

Gear teeth formed on a flat surface are called this:

 A. Pinion B. Rack C. Spur D. Teeth

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5.

These gears transmit power between shafts whose axes intersect at any angle:

 A. Worm gears B. Spur gears C. Bevel gears D. Racks