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# Test:Design Of Gears (Level - 1)

## 10 Questions MCQ Test Engineering Mechanics | Test:Design Of Gears (Level - 1)

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QUESTION: 3

### Lewis equation in spur gear design applied to

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Lewis equation in spur gear design is applied weaker of the pinion or gear.

QUESTION: 4

In an involute gear, the base circle must be __________

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QUESTION: 5

What is the profile addendum of a cycloidal gear tooth?

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QUESTION: 6

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Gear teeth is made harder to avoid wear and also for improved strength.

QUESTION: 7

The minimum required center distance of two mating spur gears is decided based on

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The minimum required center distance of two mating spur gears is decided based on bending strength of the gear material.

QUESTION: 8

A gear tooth is shown in the figure If m is the module, then the Lewis form factor is (assuming tooth as cantilever)

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At the section X-X,

Mb = Pt x h  QUESTION: 9

In which of the following, the service factor is not 1.

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T - θ diagram is constant for all, except IC engine case. This variation of torque gives rise to

CS ≠ 1

QUESTION: 10

Which one of the following properties is required for an involute spur gear tooth to satisfy law of gearing

Solution:

Hardness is required to prevent wear and maintain same involute tooth profile throughout the time.