Teoria di Orlogeria

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Auteur : Charles-André Reymondin, Georges Monnier, Didier Jeanneret, Umberto Pelaratti
Langue : Italian
Theme : Watchmaking

Description

CONTENTS 1 The notion of time 1.1 The man and the measure of time 5 1.2 Some definitions 6 1.3 Some notions of astronomy 7 1.4 The determination of time 13 1.5 The time zones 17 1.6 The calendar 19 1.7 The terrestrial coordinates 20 2 The tools for the measurement of time 2.1 The solar instruments 21 2.2 The sliding instruments 23 2.3 History of the mechanical timing instruments 24 2.4 History of the electric and electronic time instruments 26 2.5 Functional diagram of the hourly instruments 27 2.6 The different types of clocks 28 3 The simple mechanical movement 3.1 General 33 3.2 The movement 34 4 The mechanical part of the mechanical watch 4.1 General information 45 4.2 The barrel and its spring 46 5 The geared transmission elements 5.1 General 51 5.2 Relationships in the calculation of the gears 53 5.3 The steering trains 56 5.4 Charging speed 61 5.5 Minuteism and setting up time 62 5.6 Time rotation 66 5.7 Counter rotation 68 5.8 Rules and dimensions 76 5.9 Searching for a piece of furniture lost 87 5.10 Transmission of force between gears 89 5.11 Gear control methods 91 5.12 Gears defects 96 6 The exhaust systems 6.1 General information 99 6.2 The components of the Swiss anchor escapement 101 6.3 The functions of the Swiss anchor escapement 106 6.4 The control of functions 115 6.5 The mixed pattern 122 6.6 Power to the escapement wheel 123 6.7 Some other types of escapement 126 7 Control elements 8 Automatic mechanisms .... 9 Calendar mechanisms ... 10 Ringer mechanisms 10.1 The alarm clock 217 10.2 Repetition at minutes 219 11 Chronograph mechanisms ... 11.10 Other measures 252 12 The watch's clothing ... 13 Tribology ... 14 Penduleria ... 15 The electronic clock ...