Definition of Planet gear

1. Noun. An outer gear that revolves about a central sun gear of an epicyclic train.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Planet Gear

planer
planer tree
planer trees
planerite
planers
planes
planes of reference
planesful
planeside
planesides
planespotter
planespotters
planespotting
planest
planet gear (current term)
planet wheel
planetal
planetaria
planetarian
planetaries
planetarily
planetarium
planetariums
planetary
planetary body
planetary gear
planetary gear train
planetary house
planetary nebula

Literary usage of Planet gear

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1. Self-propelled Vehicles: A Practical Treatise on the Theory, Construction by James Edward Homans (1908)
"The reversing effect is secured by holding the ring, H, which is mounted on the arms of the planet-gear frame, in such a manner that the frame may move a ..."

2. The Automobile: A Practical Treatise on the Construction of Modern Motor by Paul Nooncree Hasluck (1903)
"Since the planet gear frame and the disc J are normally in engagement, it is evident that clutching the ring F to the disc J will prevent relative motion of ..."

3. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne (1874)
"The spur-gear to the right, called the planet-gear, is tied to the centre of the ... Each revolution of the planet-gear, which is rigidly attached to the ..."

4. Five Hundred and Seven Mechanical Movements: Embracing All Those which are by Henry T. Brown (1881)
"The spur- gear to the right, called the planet-gear, is tied to the center of the ... Each revolution of the planet-gear, which is rigidly attached to the ..."

5. Spons' Mechanics' Own Book: A Manual for Handicraftsmen and Amateurs by Spon (1901)
"The spur-gear to the right, called the planet- gear, is tied to the centre ... Each revolution of the planet-gear, which ia rigidly attached to the ..."

6. Motors and Motor-driving by Alfred Harmsworth Northcliffe (1906)
"A' Crypto,'' epicyclic,' or ' Sun and Planet' gear is arranged as shown in fig. 16, and consists of two gear wheels, a small or Sun wheel A, having external ..."

7. Machine Design by Forrest Robert Jones (1908)
"Internal gear and planet gear.—Fig. 71.2. In this case the planet gear B lies inside of the pitch circle of the internal or annular gear C, ..."

8. Self-propelled Vehicles: A Practical Treatise on the Theory, Construction by James Edward Homans (1908)
"The reversing effect is secured by holding the ring, H, which is mounted on the arms of the planet-gear frame, in such a manner that the frame may move a ..."

9. The Automobile: A Practical Treatise on the Construction of Modern Motor by Paul Nooncree Hasluck (1903)
"Since the planet gear frame and the disc J are normally in engagement, it is evident that clutching the ring F to the disc J will prevent relative motion of ..."

10. Spons' Dictionary of Engineering, Civil, Mechanical, Military, and Naval by Edward Spon, Oliver Byrne (1874)
"The spur-gear to the right, called the planet-gear, is tied to the centre of the ... Each revolution of the planet-gear, which is rigidly attached to the ..."

11. Five Hundred and Seven Mechanical Movements: Embracing All Those which are by Henry T. Brown (1881)
"The spur- gear to the right, called the planet-gear, is tied to the center of the ... Each revolution of the planet-gear, which is rigidly attached to the ..."

12. Spons' Mechanics' Own Book: A Manual for Handicraftsmen and Amateurs by Spon (1901)
"The spur-gear to the right, called the planet- gear, is tied to the centre ... Each revolution of the planet-gear, which ia rigidly attached to the ..."

13. Motors and Motor-driving by Alfred Harmsworth Northcliffe (1906)
"A' Crypto,'' epicyclic,' or ' Sun and Planet' gear is arranged as shown in fig. 16, and consists of two gear wheels, a small or Sun wheel A, having external ..."

14. Machine Design by Forrest Robert Jones (1908)
"Internal gear and planet gear.—Fig. 71.2. In this case the planet gear B lies inside of the pitch circle of the internal or annular gear C, ..."

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