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Numerical Determination of Cutting Parameters for the Control of Klingelnberg Spiral Bevel Gear Geometry

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Márk Lelkes, János Márialigeti

Department of Vehicle Parts and Drives, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

Daniel Play

Federal-Mogul Opérations France S.A.S., Sintered Products

J. Mech. Des 124(4), 761-771 (Nov 26, 2002) (11 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1518502 History: Received April 01, 2001; Revised March 01, 2002; Online November 26, 2002
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Motions for gear generation
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Machine setting for tooth length correction and cutter edge rotation
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(a) Cutter edge variations for tooth height direction correction (b) Cutter edge geometry for pinion generation (c) Cutter edge geometry for gear generation
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(a) Co-ordinate systems for crown gear generation (b) Co-ordinate systems for pinion generation (c) Co-ordinate systems for gear generation
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Co-ordinate systems for contact definition
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Determination of a contact ellipse approximation
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Visualization of the contact pattern
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In tooth length correction, contact pattern in case A1 (a), kinematics error functions in case A1 (b)
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In tooth height correction, contact pattern in case B1 (a), kinematics error functions in case B1 (b)
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In tooth length correction, contact pattern in case A2 (a), kinematics error functions in cases A2 and A3 (dotted line) (b), rotated cutter edge applied on pinion tooth surface
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In tooth length correction, contact pattern in case A4 (a), kinematics error functions in cases A4 and A5 (dotted line) (b), rotated cutter edge applied on gear tooth surface
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In tooth height correction, contact pattern in case B2 (a), kinematics error functions in cases B2 and B3 (dotted line) (b), rotated cutter edge applied on pinion tooth surface
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In tooth height correction, contact pattern in case B4 (a), kinematics error functions in cases B4 and B5 (dotted line) (b), rotated cutter edge applied on gear tooth surface
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Tooth surface correction in both directions case C1, contact pattern (a), kinematics error function (b)
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Tooth surface correction in both directions, contact pattern in case C2 (a), kinematics error functions in cases C2 and C3 (dotted line) (b), rotated cutter edge applied on pinion tooth surface
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Tooth surface correction in both directions, contact pattern in case C4 (a), kinematics error functions in cases C4 and C5 (dotted line) (b), rotated cutter edge applied on gear tooth surface
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Variation of maximum kinematics error as a function of the cutter edge rotation angle. (solid line: rotated cutter edge applied on pinion tooth surface, dotted line: rotated cutter edge applied on gear tooth surface)

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