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ISO 5288:2017 pdf free.Synchronous belt drives – Vocabulary
This document specifies the terms and definitions related to the use of synchronous belt drives for mechanical power transmission and where positive indexing or synchronization is required.
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3.1.1 synchronous belt drive
system composed of a synchronous belt ( and at least one synchronous pulley (
Note 1 to entry: Synchronized motion and/or power is transmitted through the engagement of teeth on the belt with grooves ( on the pulleys.
Note 2 to entry: This belt drive has been known in the past by various names such as “timing belt drive”,”positive belt drive” or “gear belt drive”.
3.1.2 centre distance C
shortest distance between the axes of two synchronous pulleys ( when the belt is under the prescribed measuring force
Note 1 to entry: See Figure 1.
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