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Numerical simulation of single stage gearbox with tooth damage

ŘEHÁK, K. PROKOP, A.

Originální název

Numerical simulation of single stage gearbox with tooth damage

Anglický název

Numerical simulation of single stage gearbox with tooth damage

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This article deals with numerical simulation of single stage gearbox dynamic behavior. At first, the whole methodology is verified by an experimental approach. To assess the effect of gear damage there are four variants calculated, the first variant is without damage and the other three variants are with incorporated damage in different position. The surface normal velocity on the gearbox housing is computed and compared among the individual variants as the most evaluating factor. Finally, this study proves that the numerical simulation is a useful tool at the development phase, as well as, at the testing phase to confirm if the dominant problem is caused by the tooth quality.

Anglický abstrakt

This article deals with numerical simulation of single stage gearbox dynamic behavior. At first, the whole methodology is verified by an experimental approach. To assess the effect of gear damage there are four variants calculated, the first variant is without damage and the other three variants are with incorporated damage in different position. The surface normal velocity on the gearbox housing is computed and compared among the individual variants as the most evaluating factor. Finally, this study proves that the numerical simulation is a useful tool at the development phase, as well as, at the testing phase to confirm if the dominant problem is caused by the tooth quality.

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@inproceedings{BUT128528,
  author="Kamil {Řehák} and Aleš {Prokop}",
  title="Numerical simulation of single stage gearbox with tooth damage",
  annote="This article deals with numerical simulation of single stage gearbox dynamic behavior.
At first, the whole methodology is verified by an experimental approach. To assess the effect of
gear damage there are four variants calculated, the first variant is without damage and the other
three variants are with incorporated damage in different position. The surface normal velocity on
the gearbox housing is computed and compared among the individual variants as the most
evaluating factor. Finally, this study proves that the numerical simulation is a useful tool at the
development phase, as well as, at the testing phase to confirm if the dominant problem is caused
by the tooth quality.",
  address="JVE International Ltd.",
  booktitle="Vibroengineering PROCEDIA",
  chapter="128528",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="JVE International Ltd.",
  year="2016",
  month="august",
  pages="88--92",
  publisher="JVE International Ltd.",
  type="conference paper"
}