Two shafts connected by a Hooke’s joint have an angle of 18 degrees between the axes. Find the angle through which it should be turned to get the velocity ratio maximum.
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Two shafts connected by a Hooke’s joint have an angle of 18 degrees between the axes. Find the angle through which it should be turned to get the velocity ratio equal to 1.
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