A quasi-static FEM for estimating gear load capacity

Zhan, J, Fard, M and Nakhaie Jazar, G 2015, 'A quasi-static FEM for estimating gear load capacity', Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation, vol. 75, pp. 40-49.


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Title A quasi-static FEM for estimating gear load capacity
Author(s) Zhan, J
Fard, M
Nakhaie Jazar, G
Year 2015
Journal name Measurement: Journal of the International Measurement Confederation
Volume number 75
Start page 40
End page 49
Total pages 10
Publisher Elsevier BV
Abstract Measurement of time-varying load capacity of gears is a vital process prior to manufacturing. There are two ways to evaluate the strength of gears, the analytical method proposed in AGMA and ISO standards and the finite element method (FEM). However, owing to the complex geometries and the use of empirical values, analytical model is not precise to perform the exact calculation. The current dynamic FEM and static FEM also have some disadvantages may cause the analysis of time-vary load capacity difficult. Therefore, the first aim of this study is to develop a new quasi-static FEM based on ANSYS Workbench to conduct the analysis of time-varying load capacity of gear system. The second aim is to compare results of the traditional method based on AGMA equations and quasi-static FEM. The effects of tip relief are also analysed using this new method.
Subject Applied Mathematics not elsewhere classified
Keyword(s) FEM
Gear
Load capacity
Quasi-static
Time-varying
DOI - identifier 10.1016/j.measurement.2015.07.036
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ISSN 0263-2241
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