Gears are a common bite device. Many parts have gears. […]
Gears are a common bite device. Many parts have gears. Without gears, many equipments cannot be deployed smoothly. There are some parameters for reference in the use of gears, which have an impact on the development of our gear work. The gear coefficient is a very important indicator. Now let's understand what the major coefficients mean. I hope our introduction will be helpful to everyone. As a reliable gear manufacturer, our gear processing experience is still relatively rich, and provide a variety of gears, let's take a look!
Use factor KA: It is a factor that considers the influence of additional dynamic load caused by external factors when the gear is engaged. This dynamic load depends on the characteristics of the prime mover and driven machine, mass ratio, coupling type and operating state.
Dynamic load coefficient KV: It is a coefficient that considers the influence of the dynamic load generated when the gear itself meshes and transmits. Related to manufacturing and assembly errors, peripheral speed, etc.
Inter-tooth load distribution coefficient Kα: It is a coefficient considering the influence of uneven distribution of load between teeth. It is related to tooth pitch error and elastic deformation.
Tooth load distribution coefficient Kβ: It is a coefficient that considers the influence of uneven distribution of load along the contact line on the tooth surface. It is related to the position of the gear relative to the bearing, the deformation of the shaft, bearing, and support, as well as manufacturing and assembly errors.