Advisor

Hormoz Zarefar

Date of Award

1992

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science (M.S.) in Mechanical Engineering

Department

Mechanical Engineering

Physical Description

1 online resource (83 p.)

Subjects

Hypoid gearing -- Design and construction -- Mathematical models, Mathematical optimization, Engineering -- Mathematical models

Abstract

A hypoid gear optimization procedure using the method of feasible directions has been developed. The objective is to reduce the gear set weight with bending strength, contact strength and facewidth-diametral pitch ratio as constraints. The objective function weight, is calculated from the geometric approximation of the volume of the gear and pinion. The design variables selected are number of gear teeth, diametral pitch, and facewidth. The input parameters for starting the initial design phase are power to be transmitted, speed, gear ratio, type of application, mounting condition, type of loading, and the material to be used. In the initial design phase, design parameters are selected or calculated using the standard available procedures. These selected values of design parameters are passed on to the optimization routine as starting points.

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Persistent Identifier

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