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Author Mark, William D.

Title Performance-based gear metrology : kinematic-transmission-error computation and diagnosis / William D. Mark.

Imprint Chichester, West Sussex ; Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2013.


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text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record and CIP data provided by publisher.
Contents 2.2 Parametric Description of Involute Helical Gear Teeth2.3 Multiple Tooth Contact of Involute Helical Gears; 2.4 Contact Ratios; References; Chapter 3 Mathematical Representation and Measurement of Working-Surface-Deviations; 3.1 Transmission Error of Meshing-Gear-Pairs; Definition of Transmission Error; Additive Property of Transmission-Error Contributions; 3.2 Tooth-Working-Surface Coordinate System; Definition of Radial Coordinate; 3.3 Gear-Measurement Capabilities; 3.4 Common Types of Working-Surface Errors; 3.5 Mathematical Representation of Working-Surface-Deviations.
Legendre PolynomialsNormalized Legendre Polynomials; Representation Using Two-Dimensional Normalized Legendre Polynomials; Interpretation of Expansion Coefficients; Interpretation of Expansion Terms as Elementary Deviations or Errors; Accumulated Tooth-Spacing (Index) Errors; Rectangular Array of Expansion Coefficients; 3.6 Working-Surface Representation Obtained from Line-Scanning Tooth Measurements; Choice of Lead Measurements as Primary; Choice of Profile Measurements as Primary; Contributions from Secondary Measurement Sets.
3.7 Example of Working-Surface Generations Obtained from Line-Scanning MeasurementsIndividual Tooth Deviations; Average Deviation Surfaces; Appendix 3.A. Method for Estimating Required Number of Primary Line-Scanning Measurements Based on Surface-Roughness Criteria; RMS Criterion Method; Appendix 3.B. Method for Estimating Required Number of Primary Line-Scanning Measurements for Case of Known Ghost-Tone Rotational-Harmonic Number; Minimum Number of Line-Scanning Measurements Required for Accurate Representation of Undulation Errors; Example Calculation; References.
Summary A mathematically rigorous explanation of how manufacturing deviations and damage on the working surfaces of gear teeth cause transmission-error contributions to vibration excitations Some gear-tooth working-surface manufacturing deviations of significant amplitude cause negligible vibration excitation and noise, yet others of minuscule amplitude are a source of significant vibration excitation and noise. Presently available computer-numerically-controlled dedicated gear metrology equipment can measure such error patterns on a gear in a few hours in sufficient detail to enable accurate computation and diagnosis of the resultant transmission-error vibration excitation. How to efficiently measure such working-surface deviations, compute from these measurements the resultant transmission-error vibration excitation, and diagnose the manufacturing source of the deviations, is the subject of this book. Use of the technology in this book will allow quality spot checks to be made on gears being manufactured in a production run, to avoid undesirable vibration or noise excitation by the manufactured gears. Furthermore, those working in academia and industry needing a full mathematical understanding of the relationships between tooth working-surface deviations and the vibration excitations caused by these deviations will find the book indispensable for applications pertaining to both gear-quality and gear-health monitoring. Key features: -Provides a very efficient method for measuring parallel-axis helical or spur gears in sufficient detail to enable accurate computation of transmission-error contributions from working-surface deviations, and algorithms required to carry out these computations, including examples -Provides algorithms for computing the working-surface deviations causing any user-identified tone, such as 'ghost tones, ' or 'sidebands' of the tooth-meshing harmonics, enabling diagnosis of their manufacturing causes, including examples -Provides explanations of all harmonics observed in gear-caused vibration and noise spectra.-Enables generation of three-dimensional displays and detailed numerical descriptions of all measured and computed working-surface deviations, including examples.
Subject Motor vehicles -- Transmission devices.
Motor vehicles -- Vibration -- Measurement.
Gearing -- Vibration -- Measurement.
Gearing -- Vibration -- Mathematical models.
Motor vehicles -- Transmission devices. (OCoLC)fst01027956
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Mark, William D. Performance-based gear metrology. Chichester, West Sussex ; Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2013 9781119961697 (DLC) 2012023995
ISBN 9781118357897 (ePub)
1118357892 (ePub)
9781118357873 (MobiPocket)
1118357876 (MobiPocket)
9781118357880 (Adobe PDF)
1118357884 (Adobe PDF)
9781118357903 (electronic bk.)
1118357906 (electronic bk.)
9781299187191 (MyiLibrary)
1299187196 (MyiLibrary)
9781119961697 (cloth)
Standard No. AU@ 000049734586
CHBIS 010880912
CHNEW 000940501
CHVBK 480208018
CHVBK 480899487
DEBBG BV041912670
DEBSZ 485026023
NZ1 15915764

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