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Gears and Gear Ratio

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Emily Holdsworth

on 8 February 2016

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Transcript of Gears and Gear Ratio

Types of Gears
Driver Gear
Follower Gear
Driver Gear
Applies to the
input
motion and force

Attached to the motor
Follower Gear
Applies to the
output
motion and force

Attached to the wheel
Gearing Up
Larger gear turns Smaller gear
(Driver) (Follower)

Harder to pedal

Requires more energy (Lighter Vehicle)
Gearing Down
Smaller gear turns Larger gear
(Driver) (Follower)

Easier to pedal




Gears and Gear Ratio



Driver Gear
Motor
Follower Gear
Mechanical Advantage
... is a term that describes the amount of forces that is amplified (increased) by a simple machine.
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Gear Ratio
Gears
One of a set of toothed wheels that work together to
alter the relation between the speed of a motor and the speed of the wheels
.

Gears
increase
the
mechanical advantage
on an machine
Driver: Follower
Gear Lab
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