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RESEARCH PAPERS: Power Transmission and Gearing

Compliance and Stress Sensitivity of Spur Gear Teeth

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R. W. Cornell

Hamilton Standard, Division of United Technologies Corp., Windsor Locks, Conn. 06096

J. Mech. Des 103(2), 447-459 (Apr 01, 1981) (13 pages) doi:10.1115/1.3254939 History: Received February 01, 1980; Online November 17, 2009

Abstract

The magnitude and variation of tooth pair compliance with load position affects the dynamics and loading significantly, and the tooth root stressing per load varies significantly with load position. Therefore, the recently developed time history, interactive, closed form solution for the dynamic tooth loads for both low and high contact ratio spur gears [1] was expanded to include improved and simplified methods for calculating the compliance and stress sensitivity for three involute tooth forms as a function of load position. The compliance analysis is based on Weber [2] and O’Donnell [3] but with an improved fillet/foundation compliance analysis. The stress sensitivity analysis is a modified version of the Heywood method [4] but with an improvement in the magnitude and location of the peak stress in the fillet. These improved compliance and stress sensitivity analyses are presented along with their evaluation using test, finite element, and analytic transformation results, which showed good agreement.

Copyright © 1981 by ASME
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