Mechanics & Industry
Volume 22, 2021
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Published online||09 April 2021|
Influence of rotational speed and torque on meshing efficiency of double helical gear transmission system
School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Jinan, Jinan 250022, PR China
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Accepted: 15 March 2021
The accuracy of gear meshing efficiency model is the key to study the influence factors of gear meshing efficiency. Experiment is an effective method to verify the theory model. Therefore, the acquisition of experimental value of gear meshing efficiency is particularly important. Taken double helical gears as the research object, on the analysis of a large number of experimental data, the experimental value of gear meshing efficiency for double helical gears are calculated and then the influence of rotational speed and torque on meshing efficiency of double helical gears is studied. Firstly, the calculation method of transmission efficiency for experimental value in different layout of gear test-rigs with closed power flow is summarized. Secondly, the calculation method of meshing efficiency for experimental value in gear test-rig with closed power flow is introduced. Thirdly, the calculation method of load-dependent bearing loss is given. Finally, the experimental value of meshing efficiency for double helical gears is calculated and the influence of rotational speed and torque on meshing efficiency of double helical gears is obtained, which lays a theoretical foundation for the further improvement of the transmission efficiency of double helical gears.
Key words: Meshing efficiency / transmission efficiency / double helical gears / experiment / test-rig with closed power flow
© C. Wang, published by EDP Sciences 2021
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