Theoretical and Experimental Study on Contact Characteristics of Spiral Bevel Gears under Quasi-Static and Large Loading Conditions release_62yywxa3qvbhphfr2cjklqccla

by Yimeng Fu, Yaobing Zhuo, Xiaojun Zhou, Bowen Wan, Haoliang Lv, Zhe Wang

Published in Applied Sciences by MDPI AG.

2020   Volume 10, Issue 15, p5109


The precise mathematical model for the tooth surface and transition surface of spiral bevel gears is derived. Taking a pair of spiral bevel gears of a heavy vehicle as an example of calculation and analysis, a finite element model of spiral bevel gears transmission system is established. Through the finite element tooth contact analysis under quasi-static loading and high loading condition, the influences of torque on the root stress distribution, contact stress, and transmission error are discussed, and the results are compared with the empirical formula results. Finally, a contact performance test bench of spiral bevel gear pair is developed, then the root bending stress, contact pattern, and transmission error tests are carried out. These experiment results are compared with analyzed ones, which showed a good agreement.
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