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FIGURE 11.43 Geometry factor I for durability of hypoid gears with 221 2 average pressure angle and E/D ratio of 0.10.
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FIGURE 11.44 Geometry factor J for strength of hypoid gears with 221 2 average pressure angle and E/D ratio of 0.10.
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FIGURE 11.45 Geometry factor I for durability of hypoid gears with 221 2 average pressure angle and E/D ratio of 0.15.
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FIGURE 11.46 Geometry factor J for strength of hypoid gears with 221 2 average pressure angle and E/D ratio of 0.15.
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FIGURE 11.47 Geometry factor I for durability of hypoid gears with 221 2 average pressure angle and E/D ratio of 0.20.
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FIGURE 11.48 Geometry factor J for strength of hypoid gears with 221 2 average pressure angle and E/D ratio of 0.20.
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TABLE 11.14 Allowable Contact Stress Sac
11.7 DESIGN OF MOUNTINGS
The normal load on the tooth surfaces of bevel and hypoid gears may be resolved into two components: one in the direction along the axis of the gear and the other perpendicular to the axis. The direction and magnitude of the normal load depend on the ratio, pressure angle, spiral angle, hand of spiral, and direction of rotation as well as on whether the gear is the driving or driven member.
11.7.1 Hand of Spiral In general, a left-hand pinion driving clockwise (viewed from the back) tends to move axially away from the cone center; a right-hand pinion tends to move toward the center because of the oblique direction of the curved teeth. If possible, the hand of spiral should be selected so that both the pinion and the gear tend to move out of mesh, which prevents the possibility of tooth wedging because of reduced backlash. Otherwise, the hand of spiral should be selected to give an axial thrust that tends to move the pinion out of mesh. In a reversible drive, there is no choice unless the pair performs a heavier duty in one direction for a greater part of the time.
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TABLE 11.15 Allowable Bending Stress Sat
On hypoids when the pinion is below center and to the right (when you are facing the front of the gear), the pinion hand of spiral should always be left-hand. With the pinion above center and to the right, the pinion hand should always be righthand. See Fig. 11.15.
11.7.2 Tangential Force The tangential force on a bevel or hypoid gear is given by WtG = where 2TG 126 000P = Dm DmN (11.4)
TG = gear torque, lb in P = power, horsepower (hp) N = speed of gear, r/min
The tangential force on the mating pinion is given by the equation WtP = WtG cos P 2TP = cos G dm (11.5)
where TP = pinion torque in pound-inches.
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BEVEL AND HYPOID GEARS 11.52
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FIGURE 11.49 Diametral pitch versus total case depth. If in doubt, use the greater case depth on ground gears or on short face widths.
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