Design and Analysis Herringbone Gear Use in Industry

  • Sagar PatilEmail author
  • Prashant Ambhore
Conference paper


Herringbone gears, additionally called as twofold helical apparatuses are the rigging sets intended to transmit control through either parallel or less ordinarily opposite tomahawks. The one of a kind tooth structure of a herringbone equip comprises of two bordering inverse helixes that show up in the state of the letter ‘V’. Herringbone adapts as a rule mate by means of the utilization of smooth, exactly fabricated V-molded teeth. Like helical riggings numerous teeth are locked in amid turn, conveying the remaining task at hand and offering a peaceful activity. Nonetheless, because of their tooth structure, herringbone gears invalidate the pivotal push not at all like helical apparatuses. The rigging set’s teeth might be produced so tooth-tip lines up with the contrary tooth-tip or the contrary apparatus’ tooth trough. In this undertaking 3D display is readied utilizing CATIA V5 programming, here surfacing and part modules are utilized and for investigation we utilize ANSYS programming. We change the materials of the herringbone outfit. The Material utilized in the herringbone equip are Gray Cast Iron aluminum combination and steel composite. We check the Stress Analysis and twisting of the herringbone outfit.


Herringbone gear CATIA ANSYS Fatigue analysis Modeling 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Mechanical EngineeringG. H. Raisoni College of Engineering and ManagementPuneIndia

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