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Face-gear drive with spur involute pinion: geometry, generation by a worm, stress analysis. (English) Zbl 1131.74325
Summary: A face-gear drive with a spur involute pinion is considered. The generation of the face gear is based on application of a grinding or cutting worm whereas the conventional method of generation is based on application of an involute shaper. The authors have developed an analytical approach for determination of: (i) the worm thread surface, (ii) avoidance of singularities of the worm thread surface, (iii) dressing of the worm, and (iv) determination of stresses of the face-gear drive. A computer program is developed for simulation of meshing and contact of the pinion and face gear. Correction of machine-tool settings is proposed for reduction of the shift of the bearing contact caused by misalignment. An automatic development of the model of five contacting teeth has been proposed for stress analysis. Numerical examples for illustration of the developed theory are provided.

MSC:
74M15 Contact in solid mechanics
70E55 Dynamics of multibody systems
70B15 Kinematics of mechanisms and robots
70S99 Classical field theories
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ABAQUS/Standard
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