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MAE 3191 Gears (Ch.

15 in Juvinall) April 4, 2012

MAE 3191 Spring 2012

Class 19 April 4, 2012

Housekeeping

Midterm Corrections due Today HW #7 Due Monday 4/9 Progress Report 2 Due 4/18 HW #8 Due 4/18 HW #9 Extra Credit (possible 30 points to HW) ProE Session Next Wednesday

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Projects

Machine shop vehicle work...


Bulk of parts machined: this week & next Get gear train working: week of 4/16 4/20 Get timing mechanism working: week of 4/23 4/27 Testing and final assembly: 4/30 5/4 Competition Day Wednesday 5/9? Demonstrate gear train functionality

Fabrication Demo 4/23

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Checklist

Support all shafts in two places (except motor shaft). Check the motor polarity Electrical connections should be clean and easily accessible Placement between the gears needs to be precise for proper mesh Methods to attach gears, pulleys, etc to shafts: pins, set screws, keys, press fit. Ensure vehicle length and timing mechanism will allow the ENTIRE vehicle to fit in the parking zone.

Placement of MAE 3191 Spring 2012

the RCA plug (requires 0.25"diameter 2012 Class 19 April 4,

Gears

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Conjugate Gear Tooth Action

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Involute Profile

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Conjugate Involute Profiles

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Gear Teeth Nomenclature

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More Gear Teeth Nomenclature

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Difference in Diametral Pitch

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Rack and Pinion

Basically just a gear with infinite diameter

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Internal Gear (Planetary Gear Train)

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Manufacturing Gears

http://science.discovery.com/videos/howits-made-gears.html

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Example

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Force Analysis

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Failure of Gear Teeth

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Alternating Loading

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Alternating Loading with respect to Constant Life Fatigue Diagram

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Geometry Factor

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Geometry Factor for 25deg

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Velocity or Dynamic Factor

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Overload Factor

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Mounting Factor

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Reliability Factor

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Example

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