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How can i calculate in the process of two...
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How can i calculate in the process of two oval gears turning each other, fullfilling this graph;
eg. how far is the right gear turned if the left one is turned by 25°?
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Like this
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>>32758
I don't know if this is right but I would appreciate it if you could tell me
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>>32812
If one gear turns 360 then the other one does aswell, since they are identical. The curve ends in the upper right corner. I just don't have a formula for everything in between and the results on Google don't really help me either.
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>>32758
The teeth mesh linearly, so first you calculate the circumference of the 25 degree arc, and then you calculate the angle an arc with that circumference would have on the other gear.

See http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/433094/how-to-determine-the-arc-length-of-ellipse .
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>>32758

It's all about the circumference, bro.
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>>32844
>>32849
Okay i'll try that out