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Kawalec, A. November 18, September ; 5 : — This paper presents comparative analysis of tooth-root strength evaluation methods used within ISO and AGMA standards and verifying them with developed models and simulations using the finite element method FEM. The presented analysis is conducted for 1 wide range of spur and helical gears manufactured using racks or gear tools; and for 2 various combinations of key geometrical gear design , manufacturing racks and gear tools , and performance load location parameters. FEM of tooth-root strength is performed for each modeled gear.

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Any person who refers to any AGMA Technical Publication should determine that it is the latest information available from the Association on the subject. Suggestions for the improvement of this Standard will be welcome.

ABSTRACT: This Information Sheet gives the equations for calculating the pitting resistance geometry factor, I, for external and internal spur and helical gears, and the bending strength geometry factor, J, for external spur and helical gears that are generated by racktype tools hobs, rack cutters or generating grinding wheels or piniontype tools shaper cutters.

The Information Sheet also includes charts which provide geometry factors, I and J, for a range of typical gear sets and tooth forms. The tables for geometry factors contained in this Information Sheet do not cover all tooth forms, pressure angles, and pinion and gear modifications, and are not applicable to all gear designs.

However, information is also contained for determining geometry factors for other conditions and applications. It is hoped that sufficient geometry factor data is included to be of help to the majority of gear designers. Due to the number of requests for this paper, it was decided to publish the data in the form of an Information Sheet which became AGMA AGMA When AGMA The calculation procedure for I was simplified, but the end result is mathematically identical.

Also, the calculation of J was modified to include shaper cutters and an equation was added for the addendum modification coefficient, x, previously undefined and all too often misunderstood. Appendices have been added to document the historical derivation of both I and J. Because an analytical method for calculating the Bending Strength Geometry Factor, J, is now available, the layout procedure for establishing J has been eliminated from this document.

All references to geometry factors for bevel gears have been removed. Antosiewicz Falk J. Bodensieck Bodensieck Engineering W. Calvert Morgan Construction A. Cohen Engranes y Maquinaria J. DeMarais Bison Gear R. Donoho Clark Equipment R. Drago Boeing D. Dudley Honorary Member R. Errichello Academic Member H.

Hagan Nuttall Gear N. Hulse General Electric H. Johnson Browning Co. Kemp KymmeneStromberg Santasalo J. Leming Arrow Gear Deceased L. Lloyd Lufkin Industries J. Maddock Consultant D. McCarthy Dorris D. Neesley Westech J. Nelson General Electric W. Pizzichil Philadelphia Gear J. Shipley Mechanical Technology W. Shoulders Reliance Electric Deceased F. Thoma Honorary Member C. Wang Consultant R.

Beckman Lufkin E. Braun Eaton D. Borden Consultant A. Brusse Hamilton G. Buziuk BradFoote J. Cianci General Electric D. Connor Cummins Engine J. Cook Dresser E. Danowski Sumitomo Heavy Industries R. DiRusso Kaman A. Hager Cummins Engine A. Heller PeerlessWinsmith G. Henriot Engrenages et Reducteurs R.

Hercus F. Hercus M. Hirt Renk W. Jogwick Union Carbide T. Kameyama SeikiKogyosho D. King Terrell Gear P. Losekamp Xtek K. Mariager F.

Smidth D. Mariet Falk T. Maluri Gleason B. Moser Nuttall Gear B. Mumford Alten Foundry W. Newcomb Chicago Gear D. James G. Olson Cleveland Gear J. Partridge Lufkin Industries A. Pyeatt Amarillo Gear T.

Schwartz Dresser A. Seireg Academic Member E. Sewall Sewall Gear L. Smith Invincible Gear M. Tanaka Nippon Gear H. Trapp Klingelnberg T. Urabe Tsubakimoto Chain D. Weider Clark Equipment L. Wilcox Gleason H. Winter Academic Member J. Scope 1. Bending Strength Geometry Factor, J. Bending Stress in Internal Gears.

Definitions and Symbols 2. Operating Pitch Diameter of Pinion, d. Pitting Resistance Geometry Factor, I 4. Bending Strength Geometry Factor, J 5. Tooth Thinning for Backlash. Addendum Modification Coefficients. Determining Addendum Modification Coefficients 6. Geometry Factor Tables 7. Whole Depth. Outside Diameter. Type of Gearing. Center Distance. Tooth Thickness Backlash Allowance. Top Land. Cutter Geometry. Axial Contact Ratio.

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AGMA 218.01

Any person who refers to any AGMA Technical Publication should determine that it is the latest information available from the Association on the subject. Suggestions for the improvement of this Standard will be welcome. ABSTRACT: This Information Sheet gives the equations for calculating the pitting resistance geometry factor, I, for external and internal spur and helical gears, and the bending strength geometry factor, J, for external spur and helical gears that are generated by racktype tools hobs, rack cutters or generating grinding wheels or piniontype tools shaper cutters. The Information Sheet also includes charts which provide geometry factors, I and J, for a range of typical gear sets and tooth forms. The tables for geometry factors contained in this Information Sheet do not cover all tooth forms, pressure angles, and pinion and gear modifications, and are not applicable to all gear designs. However, information is also contained for determining geometry factors for other conditions and applications. It is hoped that sufficient geometry factor data is included to be of help to the majority of gear designers.

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US4794811A - Helical gearsets - Google Patents

This invention relates to gearsets, and more particularly, to helical gearsets. More specifically, the gearsets disclosed herein are single helical gearsets utilizing steel gear blanks, in which the gear teeth are hobbed or otherwise formed and then are carburized or otherwise hardened and ground if necessary to an acceptable American Gear Manufacturers Association AGMA quality and reliability level, and in which the gearsets are AGMA rated. Generally, a gearset comprises a pinion in mesh with a gear, the smaller being the pinion and the larger being the gear. Depending on whether the pinion or the gear is the driven member, the gearset may be a speed reducer or a speed increaser.

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