spiroid


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spiroid

 [spi´roid]
resembling a spiral.

spiroid

(spī′royd) [Gr. speira, coil, + eidos, form, shape]
Resembling a spiral.
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The spiroid gearing is an intermediate gearing type between hypoid and worm gearing pertaining to gearing group with skew line axes.
The goal of this contribution is to complete information on field of the spiroid gear static loading and of torque size influence on its efficiency within formation of various type of friction, measured by dynamical dynamometer.
In the experiment the gear box with spiroid gear was tested.
In the first measuring set was efficiency by spiroid gear steel--murlubric determined.
3 can be found the measured and calculated values connected with spiroid gearing.
What the tender person sees when he or she looks at the leaf, then, is a little being surrounded by its family and heritage; one that owns a socialist will and sensibility, anticipating the (spiroid) movement of others for the good of the group; and one that performs its emotive tenderness by growing as it falls, in a spiral shape.
The helix shape also leaves behind a trace of the movement from which it moves forward: as the leaf emerges from the child-bud and then looks after it, so the falling leaf turns round and round in a movement that imitates the spiroid growth from which it fell.
Read in the light of Ruskin's spiroid theories, then, Rossetti's falling leaf might offer more solace than we at first supposed.
Fundamental difference between "classical" and spiroid worms lies in the profile asymmetry of the spiroid worm (Fig.
The goal of this contribution paper is to complete information on field of the spiroid gear geometry, kinematics and kinematical inaccuracies (Goldfarb, 2001).
Benefits of the spiroid gears can be summarized as follows:
A case of utilization of an asymmetrical thread profile of the spiroid worm is shown in Fig.