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Load Carrying Capacity of Bevel Gears: Factors Influencing Load Conditions

  • Vincenzo VulloEmail author
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Part of the Springer Series in Solid and Structural Mechanics book series (SSSSM, volume 11)

Abstract

In this chapter, the main factors influencing the load carrying capacity of bevel gears in a broadest meaning, including straight, helical (or skew), spiral bevel, Zerol and hypoid gears, are first defined. Virtual cylindrical gears equivalent to the various bevel gears of interest are then determined. The various methods of calculating the influence factors (application factor, dynamic factor, face load factors and transverse load factors) are then described, focusing attention on the main quantities they depend on, and how to take them into account. In this framework, similar problems already seen for cylindrical spur and helical gears are tackled, passing over the aspect already discussed, and focusing attention on those specific of these types of gears, including those concerning the calculation of these factors based on the ISO standards.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Rome “Tor Vergata”RomeItaly

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