Saturday, April 18, 2020

Home school: Gear up Your Gear Knowledge with Gears via hack a day



Gears are fairly straightforward way to couple rotational motion, and the physics topics required to understand them are encountered in an entry level physics classroom, not a university degree. But to really dig down to the root of how gears transfer motion may be somewhat more complex than it seems. [Bartosz Ciechanowski] put together an astonishingly good interactive teaching tool on gears, covering the fundamentals of motion up through multi-stage gear trains.
Read Gear up Your Gear Knowledge with Gears via hack a day

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