dedendum

The difference between the radius of the pitch circle of a gear and its root circle

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  • dedendum — də̇ˈdendəm, dēˈ noun ( s) Etymology: Latin, neuter of dedendus, gerundive of dedere to give up, deliver, from de from, away + dere (from dare to give); from the contrast with the addendum of a gear tooth more at …   Useful english dictionary

  • dedendum — /di den deuhm/, n., pl. dedenda / deuh/. Mach. (on a gear or rack) the radial distance between the pitch circle or line and the root circle or line. Cf. addendum (def. 3a). [1900 05; < L: to be given up, ger. of dedere, equiv. to de DE + dere… …   Universalium

  • dedendum — de·dèn·dum s.m.inv. TS mecc. in una ruota dentata, altezza della parte del dente più vicina alla corona {{line}} {{/line}} DATA: 1956. ETIMO: da addendum con sovrapp. di de …   Dizionario italiano

  • dedendum — [dɪ dɛndəm] noun Engineering the radial distance from the pitch circle of a cogwheel or wormwheel to the bottom of the tooth space or groove. Compare with addendum. Origin early 20th cent.: from L., thing that can be surrendered , neut. gerundive …   English new terms dictionary

  • dedendum — de·den·dum …   English syllables

  • dedendum circle — noun : the circle touching the bottom of the spaces between the teeth of a gear wheel …   Useful english dictionary

  • делительная ножка зуба — dedendum flank, flank of a tooth Часть зуба, расположенная между делительной окружностью и окружностью впадин. Шифр IFToMM: Раздел: СТРУКТУРА МЕХАНИЗМОВ …   Теория механизмов и машин

  • List of gear nomenclature — Gears have a wide range of unique terminology known as gear nomenclature. Many of the terms defined cite the same reference work.[1] Contents 1 Addendum 2 Addendum angle 3 Addendum circle …   Wikipedia

  • Engranaje — Animación de dos engranajes. Piñón y corona …   Wikipedia Español

  • Gear — For the gear like device used to drive a roller chain, see Sprocket. This article is about mechanical gears. For other uses, see Gear (disambiguation). Two meshing gears transmitting rotational motion. Note that the smaller gear is rotating… …   Wikipedia

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