Definition of Gear mechanism
1. Noun. A mechanism for transmitting motion for some specific purpose (as the steering gear of a vehicle).
Specialized synonyms: First, First Gear, Low, Low Gear, Gearset, High, High Gear, Park, Reverse, Reverse Gear, Second, Second Gear, Steering Gear, Third, Third Gear, Transmission, Transmission System
Generic synonyms: Mechanism
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gear Mechanism
Literary usage of Gear mechanism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Valves and Valve Gears by Franklin De Ronde Furman (1915)
"Avoidance of Dead Points in Valve-gear mechanism 20. By trial-and-error find the lengths of the valve arm BX (it is to be noted that the exhaust valve is ..."
2. Mechanisms and Mechanical Movements: A Treatise on Different Types of by Franklin Day Jones (1918)
"The arrangement of a gear-cone and tumbler-gear mechanism is represented by diagram D, Fig. 3. There is a cone of gears on shaft a and a pinion b which is ..."
3. The Horseless Age (1909)
"Timing gear mechanism for Explosive Engines.—Lindley D. Hubbell, of Hartford, Conn., assignor to the Pope Manufacturing Company, Hartford, Conn. ..."
4. Patent Essentials for the Executive, Engineer, Lawyer and Inventor: A by John Franklin Robb, George Prescott Tucker, Louis William Maxson, Edwin Clark Reynolds, Loren Alonzo Sadler, Edward Collins (1922)
"... the gear mechanism above described by a claim of this sort: In gear mechanism, in combination, a pair of shafts arranged at right angles to one another, ..."
5. Machinery (1900)
"18 is shown this class of change gear mechanism as applied to the Hendey-Norton lathes. It will be noticed that the change gears .ire all mounted on the ..."
6. Automobile Laboratory Manual: Projects for the Study of Engines, Carburetors by Frederick Foreman Good (1922)
"This type of gear mechanism has been called planetary on account of a fanciful resemblance to the ... The gear mechanism provides for low speed and reverse. ..."