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Model Motion, Torque, and Force Using Inertias and Gears

The purpose of a gear set is to transfer rotational motion and torque at a known ratio from one driveline axis to another. To learn about modeling gears and using them to couple bodies rotating on driveline axes, see:

    Note:   The concepts and examples in these topics explain angular gears in relation to rotational motion and torque. Analogous rules apply to linear gears, and translational motion and force.

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