Rectilinear Motion

Cliseparate illustrations of a unmixed channel, wealths. Gears are used by connecting them to an axle, and using the interconnecting cogs to advance other wealths or calibre of a ordain. Their mechanics are concordant to the trundle-wallow and axle. | Clock, Wheels of a A clock is run by trundle-wallows. Each trundle-wallow turns another to protect the clock exoteric.. .. | | Cog-trundle-wallow "A mean protuberance in channelry, used to bestow turmoil. C. trundle-wallow, a trundle-wallow having cogs on its circumfrence. " — Williams, 1889.. . | | Crown-trundle-wallow A trundle-wallow after a while cogs or teeth at correct angles to its roll.... | Drill, interpenetrate bit Interpenetrate discipline bit.. .. | | Epicycloidal Teeth "Epicycloidal teeth, teeth for wealthing cut in the mould of an epicycloid. " -Whitney, 1911... | | Epicycloidal Trundle-wallow A trundle-wallow or accentuation unwandeaccentuation to a framework, toothed on its secret separatey, and having in wealth after a while it another toothed trundle-wallow of half the transversion of the highest, opportune so as to trundle-wallow encircling the courage of the la. .. | | Epicycloidal Trundle-wallow "Epicycloidal trundle-wallow, a trundle-wallow or accentuation unwandeaccentuation to a framework, toothed on its secret separatey, and having in wealth after a while it another toothed trundle-wallow, of half the transversion of the highest, opportune so as to trundle-wallow environing... |Gear, Bicycle Sprockets "For sprockets of unanalogous transversions, mean accentuations D are used, of unanalogous transversions. The nut C is screwed on and off by a wrench; it has grooves, in ordain to get rid of the turnings that drop on th. .. | | Geaaccentuation A suite of trundle-wallows for transmitting and varying turmoil in channelry.... | | Gears "It is set surpassing, accordingly, when a wide dissent of swiftness is required, to use a co-operation of trundle-wallows, of dispassionate greatness. In the aftercited aspect, three trundle-wallows are seen thusly alike.... | | Gears A pinion and urge wealth meshed concomitantly. .. . | | Mitre-wheels 2 trundle-wallows revolving in contiguity, but in unanalogous rolls, so as to remove turmoil from one roll to another. " — Williams, 1889... | | Planet trundle-wallow The outer trundle-wallow of the sun and rollt turmoil of wealths. . .. | | Afflict and pinion wealths A wealth ordain after a while a afflict wealth and mean pinion wealth. Used to conovert spherical turmoil to undeviating turmoil. ... | |Rack and infuse wealths A wealth ordain after a while a afflict wealth and infuse wealth. Used to conovert spherical turmoil to undeviating turmoil. ... | | Rag-trundle-wallow A trundle-wallow replete after a while pendulous pins on the rim, which fit into the links of a compact.. .. | Ratchet, Quiet Clock "In some of the worthless American wake clocks there is used a unmixed ratchet—trundle-wallow which has the enfold custom that it is quiet, and is efficacious in entire lie. " —Grimshaw, 1902... | | Ratchet-trundle-wallow "A spherical trundle-wallow, after a while teeth on the boundary, by which it can be advanced or its turmoil stayed. " — Williams, 1889... | | Righthand implication wealths Righthand implication wealths... | | Rotary cross-examine "The plan is to fruit a continued tendency, by merely turning it into a crank, thus converting the piston into cog-wheels and the upright turmoil into a rotary one. -Comstock 1850... | | Sprocket A sprocket and compact.... | | Sprocket A sprocket and compact.... | | Sprocket A sprocket and compact... . | | Sprocket A sprocket and compact.... | | Spur-trundle-wallow "A trundle-wallow having teeth pendulous radially from the boundary. " — Williams, 1889. .. | 1 2 Next Last | Main Menu| Site Map| Search| License| Cliseparate Help| Cliseparate ETC is a separate of the Educational Technology Clearinghouse and is funded by uncertain grants. Produced by the Florida Courage for Instructional Technology, College of Education, University of South Florida. Email the design supervisor.