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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Comparative Study Of Effects Of Different Shapes Of Pitting On Mesh Stiffness Of Spur Gear Using MATLAB

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AUTHOR(S)

Ashutosh Singh, Vijay Kumar Karma

 

KEYWORDS

Circular pitting defect, Elliptical pitting defect, Gear Mesh Stiffness, Hertzian contact stiffness MATLAB, Rectangular pitting defect, Spur Gear

 

ABSTRACT

The mathematical exhibiting of the vibrant analysis of gear has become essential with increased demand for high-speed mechanism. There are many numerical methods available for finding out the spur gear mesh stiffness like FEA methods and some numerical methods. In this present paper comparative study of effects of pitting shapes on spur gear mesh, stiffness is done using MATLAB Software. The pitting shapes considered are circular, Rectangular and Elliptical. Their effects on total deformation are also considered.

 

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