Analysis of Mounting Deflections on Bevel and Hypoid Gears 750152

In order for bevel and hypoid gears to function efficiently, it has been established that the two mating members must be maintained in close alignment under all operating conditions. Deflection tests were made on gear mountings to determine what happens to the relative positions of mating gear and pinion and what corrective measures are required in the gear mounting to bring the relative positions within acceptable limits (those relative displacements which will not severely impair the load-carrying capacity of the gears or result in noisy gears).


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