NPTEL: Gear and Gear Unit Design : Theory and Practice

 with  Rathindranath Maiti

Over and above the outline of gear design that are taught in undergraduate and postgraduate levels through the basic course of design of Machine Elements or specialized course Mechanical Drives, detail aspects of practical design in industries will be focused. The course would help to fill the gap the knowledge at graduation and step into producing the detail design and drawing of gear units in Industries. The course is developed based on long time research, teaching and working in industries in this area.


Week 1: Introduction to Gear and Gear unit Design

Week 2: Design of Spur (Straight and Helical), Bevel and Worm gears.

Week 3: Design of a gear box- part-1

Week 4: Design of a gear box- part-2

Week 5: Design of a gear box- part-3

Week 6: Design of a gear box- part-4

Week 7: Introduction to Involute Gear Tooth Correction

Week 8: Internal Gearing, Epicyclic and other special Gearing

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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Upcoming
Provider NPTEL
Language English
Calendar 8 weeks long

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