Definition of Planetary gear

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




Definition of Planetary gear

1. Noun. an epicyclic gear ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Planetary Gear

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Literary usage of Planetary gear

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1. The Gasoline Automobile: Its Design and Construction by Peter Martin Heldt (1918)
"In this connection it should be pointed out that it is customary to use ten pitch gears in planetary gear sets for very small powers, say up to 15 horse ..."

2. Automobile Engineering: A General Reference Work by American Technical Society (1921)
"planetary gear. The external form of the different gear boxes used on the ... The principle employed is that of the planetary gear as used to obtain first ..."

3. Motor Truck and Automobile Motors and Mechanism: A Practical Illustrated by Thomas Herbert Russell, John B. Rathbun (1918)
"The fly-wheel web A carries the spindles of the triple FORD planetary gear TRANSMISSION WITH TWO FOREWARD SPEEDS AND REVERSE. gears HGK, all being spur ..."

4. Automobile Ignition, Starting, and Lighting: A Comprehensive Analysis of the by Charles Brian Hayward (1918)
"Assembled planetary gear. Letters same as Fig. ... The principle employed is that of the planetary gear as used to obtain first, ..."

5. Automobile Ignition, Starting, and Lighting: A Comprehensive Analysis of the by Charles Brian Hayward (1922)
"Assembled planetary gear. Letters same aa Fig. ... The principle employed is that of the planetary gear as used to obtain first, ..."

6. The Horseless Age (1904)
"The Radcliffe Semi-planetary gear. The semi-planetary change speed gear here ... 'S SEMI-planetary gear. to the maximum when the next higher ratio is used, ..."

7. The Gasoline Automobile: Its Design and Construction by Peter Martin Heldt (1918)
"In this connection it should be pointed out that it is customary to use ten pitch gears in planetary gear sets for very small powers, say up to 15 horse ..."

8. Automobile Engineering: A General Reference Work by American Technical Society (1921)
"planetary gear. The external form of the different gear boxes used on the ... The principle employed is that of the planetary gear as used to obtain first ..."

9. Motor Truck and Automobile Motors and Mechanism: A Practical Illustrated by Thomas Herbert Russell, John B. Rathbun (1918)
"The fly-wheel web A carries the spindles of the triple FORD planetary gear TRANSMISSION WITH TWO FOREWARD SPEEDS AND REVERSE. gears HGK, all being spur ..."

10. Automobile Ignition, Starting, and Lighting: A Comprehensive Analysis of the by Charles Brian Hayward (1918)
"Assembled planetary gear. Letters same as Fig. ... The principle employed is that of the planetary gear as used to obtain first, ..."

11. Automobile Ignition, Starting, and Lighting: A Comprehensive Analysis of the by Charles Brian Hayward (1922)
"Assembled planetary gear. Letters same aa Fig. ... The principle employed is that of the planetary gear as used to obtain first, ..."

12. The Horseless Age (1904)
"The Radcliffe Semi-planetary gear. The semi-planetary change speed gear here ... 'S SEMI-planetary gear. to the maximum when the next higher ratio is used, ..."

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