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Message No. 135, Started by Jane Feng on 01/27/00
1) Can output force>input force?
2) If w1:w2=n1:n2 (w is speed, n is the number of teeth on the gear), in a gear combination, with the same input force, can I get a higher output speed?  Is this mechanical system energy conservative?
3) How to amplify the speed by using gears?
4) How to amplify the force by useing gears?
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Follow-up Messages (3)
Hello, I think we are talking about the same thing, just using different...
No. 178, Posted by dr funda on 02/07/00, 10:56 PST.
I am challenging you definition of gear ratio. I am under the impression t...
No. 175, Posted by gmjim on 02/07/00, 08:24 PST.
Hi Jane, 1) Since we are talking bout gear boxes, torque, instead of for...
No. 137, Posted by dr funda on 01/27/00, 22:24 PST.
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