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## Transmission Ratio

The transmission ratio is the relationship of the amount of gear-teeth, the diameter and the torque from the driven- to the driving wheels. The RPM is exactly the opposite.
The overall transmission ratio is created by multiplying the individual ratios.

 Any possible intermediate gears (reverse gear) only change the direction of rotation.

## z2z1 =         i

 Check your calculation!     You need help?Please enter numbers only in two of the three fields! z1 Numbers of teethof the driving wheel z2 Numbers of teethof the driven wheel i Ratio

## d2d1 =         i

 Check your calculation!     You need help?Please enter numbers only in two of the three fields! d1 Diameter of thedriving wheel mm cm dm m d2 Diameter of thedriven wheel i Ratio

## n1n2 =          i

 Check your calculation!     You need help?Please enter numbers only in two of the three fields! n1 Speed of thedriving wheel 1/min n2 Speed of thedriven wheel 1/min i Ratio

## nAnE =             iges

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