Mechanics & Industry
Volume 21, Number 4, 2020
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Published online||06 May 2020|
Designing and loaded tooth contact analysis of an Archimedean worm gear drive focusing for the connecting teeth of the worm wheel by loaded torques
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary
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Accepted: 18 March 2020
The cylindrical worm gear drives are widely used in different mechanical construction such as in the vehicle industry, the robotics, the medical appliances etc. The main property of them is the perpendicular and space bypass axes arrangement. Quite high transmission ratio could be achieved because of the high number of teeth of the worm-wheel and a little number of threads of the worm. More teeth are connected on the worm-wheel at the same time that is why higher loads and power could be transferred. In this research an Archimedean type cylindrical worm gear drive was designed. After the determination of the geometric parameters the computer-aided models were created for the LTCA analysis. Knowing of the kinematic motions of the elements the contact points of the wrapping surfaces could be determined by mathematical way. The necessary coordinate system's arrangements and matrixes were also determined. Different torques were applied during the LTCA. The changing of the distribution of the normal stress and normal deformation into different directions was followed on each connecting tooth of the worm-wheel by the torques. Based on the results consequences were determined by the created diagrams which contain the torques and the analysed mechanical parameter for each tooth.
Key words: LTCA / CAD / Archimedean worm gear drive / torque / mechanical
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