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CHAPTER 8 Gears Continued

CHAPTER 8 Gears Continued

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CHAPTER 8 (cont’d) GEARS – Forces Analysis

Bevel Gearing Force analysis .CONTENT     Force analysis .Worm Gears 2 .Helical Gearing Force analysis .Spur Gearing Force analysis .

4. etc. c. then let us designate the input gear as gear 2.Force Analysis – Spur Gearing       Begin with numeral 1 for the frame of the machine. until the last gear in the gear train. b. For several shaft involved.. F23 means force exerted by gear 2 against gear 3 F2a means force on gear 2 against shaft a Fa2 means force on shaft a against gear 2 Radial and tangential directions by superscripts r and t respectively 3 . etc. let us designate the shaft using lowercase letter such as a. and then number of gears successively 3.

Figure 13 .32 4 .

Because it does not transmit power. for radial serves no useful purpose. 5 . However. Forces have been resolved into tangential and radial components.    As a transmitted load.

Work out Example 13 -7 6 .

Bevel Gearing Work out Example 13 -8 7 .Force Analysis.

Force Analysis – Helical Gearing  Basically. Work out Example 13 -9 8 . bevel and helical gearing are similar.

Force Analysis – Worm Gearing 9 .

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11 . C. B. The power input is 24 kW maximum at 1800 rev/min. find the direction and magnitude of the maximum forces acting on bearings A. and D.Class Exercise  Figure shows a pair of shaft-mounted spur gears having a module 0f 3 mm with an 18-tooth 20° pinion driving a 45-tooth gear.

Solution 12 .

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