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Static and Dynamic Tooth Loading in Spur and Helical Geared Systems-Experiments and Model Validation

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S. Baud, P. Velex

Laboratoire de Mécanique des Contacts, UMR CNRS 5514, INSA Lyon, Ba⁁t. 113 20, Avenue Albert Einstein 69 621 VILLEURBANNE Cedex France

J. Mech. Des 124(2), 334-346 (May 16, 2002) (13 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1462044 History: Received January 01, 2000; Online May 16, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Mesh stiffness functions by using various models. Influence of gear blank (spur gear). (a) ISO 6336 formula; (b) Weber-Banaschek’s formulas (for tooth bending, base and contact compliance); (c) Weber-Banaschek’s formulas) for tooth bending and base compliance) +Lundberg’s formula (for contact compliance); (d) *pinion: Weber-Banaschek’s formulas (for tooth bending and base compliance); *gear: Finite elements (for blank deflections, base compliance and tooth bending); *contact: Lundberg’s formula.
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Modeling: (a) finite element model of the test rig; (b) model of hydrodynamic bearing; (c) pinion gear model
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Experimental and numerical bending deflections for two bearing arrangements (helical rears and hydrostatic bearings)
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Parameters in the expression of M̄p
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Comparisons between experimental and simulated normalized fillet stress (spur gears): (a) influence of P, tip relief amplitude; (b) influence of the normalized fillet stress (spur gears)
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Control of mesh stiffness model and tooth modifications on spur and helical gears: (a) influence of tip relief amplitude for a constant extent L=20% (spur gear); (b) influence of the relief extent for a constant amplitude P=20 μm (spur gear); (c) influence of tip relief amplitude for a constant extent L=20% (helical gear); (d) influence of the relief extent for a constant amplitude P=13 μm (helical gear)
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Comparison between experimental and simulated fillet stress: (a) minimum bearing spacing (320 mm); (b) maximum bearing spacing (640 mm)
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Experimental and simulated strain gauge signals (Gauge PA1-spur gears with 640 mm bearing spacing. Torque of 1540 Nm on gear shaft)
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Comparison between experimental and simulated dynamic fillet stresses (helical gear)  
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Comparison between experimental and simulated dynamic fillet stresses (helical gear)—influence of pitch errors

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