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INTEGRATING SPUR GEAR TEETH DESIGN AND ITS ANALYSIS WITH G 2 PARAMETRIC BÉZIER-LIKE CUBIC TRANSITION AND SPIRAL CURVES

@inproceedings{Sihombing2012INTEGRATINGSG,
  title={INTEGRATING SPUR GEAR TEETH DESIGN AND ITS ANALYSIS WITH G 2 PARAMETRIC B{\'E}ZIER-LIKE CUBIC TRANSITION AND SPIRAL CURVES},
  author={Haeryip Sihombing},
  year={2012}
}
1.0 INTRODUCTION Gears are the most widely used elements in both applications such in consumer and industrial machineries. As we know, gear types may be grouped into five main categories, namely, spur, helical, rack and pinion, worm and bevel. As referred to in (Babu and Tsegaw, 2009; Bradford and Guillet, 1943; Higuchi and Gofuku, 2007), these are the most common curves used for the gear tooth profiles. These curves are developed based on the approximation theory, for instance; the development… 
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