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Modeling of the Meshing of Trochoidal Profiles With Clearances

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Lozica Ivanović

 University of Kragujevac,Faculty of Engineering, 34000 Kragujevac, Serbialozica@kg.ac.rs

Goran Devedžić

 University of Kragujevac,Faculty of Engineering, 34000 Kragujevac, Serbiadevedzic@kg.ac.rs

Saša Ćuković

 University of Kragujevac,Faculty of Engineering, 34000 Kragujevac, Serbiacukovic@kg.ac.rs

Nenad Mirić

 Clorox, 101 John Street, Orangeville, ON L9W 2R1, Canadanenad.miric@clorox.com

J. Mech. Des 134(4), 041003 (Mar 06, 2012) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.4005621 History: Received April 21, 2011; Revised November 11, 2011; Published March 06, 2012; Online March 06, 2012

This paper explains development of the general mathematical model of trochoidal gearing that can be applied for gerotor pumps and cyclo reducers. The model analyzes geometry and physics of the gearing pair in trochoidal pump where the outer gear has one tooth more than the inner gear. The inner gear profile is described by peritrochoid equidistance and the outer gear profile by circular arc. Mathematical model of gearing with clearances is based on the principle of an ideal profile development. Minimum clearance height between teeth profiles in relation to instantaneous gear ratio is determined. The influence of gear profile geometrical parameters on gearing process, clearance height change, and pulsation of drive moment is analyzed and presented in numerical examples. Obtained results can be used for the design of the trochoidal gearing where accurate and silent operation is required.

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Basic geometric parameters of the gearing pair of trochoidal pump

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Kinematic model of gearing pair with clearances

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Geometric relations used to determine the lag angle

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Geometric relations used to determine the minimum clearance

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Geometric relations used to determine the real pitch point

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Change of minimum clearance height for the example in Ref. [20]

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The first stage cycloid disc change of minimum clearance height during one rotation (left) and during one phase (right) for the gerotor pump with planetary motion: (a) λ = 1.375 and (b) λ = 1.57

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Change of minimum clearance height during one rotation (left) and during one phase (right) for the gerotor pump with fixed axes: (a) λ = 1.375 and (b) λ = 1.575

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Diagram of the lag angle change (a) and diagram of the gear ratio change (b) for the pump with planetary motion

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Diagram of the lag angle change (a) and diagram of the gear ratio change (b) for the pump with fixed axes

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