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Design of Transmission Elements

Author Name : Vikrant U Garud

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  • Publisher : Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 10 : No
  • ISBN 13 : 978-93-85046-49-0
  • Page no : 456
  • Publication Year : 2019
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This book titled “Design of Transmission Elements” is aimed at meeting the needs of Third Year Mechanical Engineering students and teachers and can serve as reference book for both along with industry in designing Gears, Bearings and Rope, Belt and Chain Drive. This book introduces design of transmission elements like Gears, selection of Bearing, Rope, belt and chain from manufacturer's catalogue and uses IS standards along with industries technical volumes wherever required. This book has prepared according to changing trends taking place in Technical education and development in industry. Methodology developed to analysed the concepts and numerical is unique and follows practical approach. Also concepts are well explained by interlinking of trio i.e. Materials, Manufacturing and design. This maiden attempt is made to benefit the students in their preparation and support the quality of teaching-learning process and education as well.
Table of Content About the Author – Preface – 1. Fundamentals of Gearing System 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Principle of Gearing and Conjugate Action 1.3 Conjugate Gear Tooth Profiles 1.4 Significance of Pressure Angle 1.5 Standard Tooth Systems 1.6 Selection of Material & Heat Treatment 1.7 Gear Manufacturing and It’s Errors 1.8 Gear Tooth Wear and Failure 1.9 Lubricant for Gear 1.10 Method of Lubrication 1.11 Crowning of Gear Tooth 1.12 Hunting Tooth System 1.13 Plastic Gears: Design Considerations – 2. Design of Spur Gear 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Spur Gear Terminology 2.3 Comparative Size of Gear Tooth 2.4 Number of Teeth (Z) 2.5 Face Width of Gear Tooth (B) 2.6 Force Analysis of Spur Gear 2.7 Beam Strength of Spur Gear 2.8 Factor to Improve Bending Performance of Tooth 2.9 Wear Strength of Spur Gear 2.10 Factors to Improve Pitting Performance 2.11 Effective Dynamic Load On Gear Tooth – 3. Design of Helical Gears 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Helical Gear Terminology 3.3 Virtual Number of Teeth on Equivalent Spur Gear 3.4 Minimum No. of Teeth on Helical Pinion (Zmin) 3.5 Force Analysis of Helical Gears 3.6 Direction of Axial Force 3.7 Beam Strength of Helical Gear Tooth 3.8 Wear Strength of Helical Gear Tooth 3.9 Effective Load on Helical Gear Tooth (Feff) 3.10 Herringbone Gears 3.11 Crossed Helical Gears – 4. Design of Bevel Gears 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Bevel Gear Terminology 4.3 Minimum Number of Teeth To Avoid Interference (Zmin) 4.4 Virtual/ Formative/Equivalent Number of Teeth on Spur Gear 4.5 Force Analysis of Bevel Gears 4.6 Mounting of Bevel Gears 4.7 Types of Bevel Gears 4.8 Beam Strength of Bevel Gears (SB) 4.9 Wear Strength of Bevel Gear Tooth (Sw) 4.10 Effective Load on Bevel Gear Tooth (Feff) – 5. Design of Worm and Worm Wheel 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Worm and Worm Wheel Terminology 5.3 Force Analysis of Worm and Worm Gear 5.4 Friction in Worm and Worm Gear 5.5 Materials of Worm and Worm Wheel 5.6 Thermal Considerations in Worm Drive 5.7 Lubrication for Worm Gear Drive 5.8 Efficiency of Worm Gear Drive 5.9 Factors Affecting Efficiency of Worm Gear Drive 5.10 Designation of Worm and Worm Gear Pair 5.11 Design of Worm Gear Pair – 6. Rope, Chain and Belt Drive 6.1 Introduction: Rope Drive 6.2 Construction of Wire Rope 6.3 Types of Lay 6.4 Type of Rope 6.5 Designation of Wire Rope 6.6 Modes of Failure of Wire Rope 6.7 Selection of Wire Rope from Manufacturer’s Catalogue 6.8 Design of Rope Drum 6.9 Introduction: Chain Drive Fundamentals of Gearing System 6.10 Types of Chain 6.11 Geometry of Chain 6.12 Polygon Effect in Chain 6.13 Modes of Roller Chain Failure 6.14 Method of Lubrication 6.15 Selection of Chain from Manufacturer’s Catalogue 6.16 Introduction: Flat Belt Drive 6.17 Application of Flat Belt Drives 6.18 Materials and Construction: Flat Belt 6.19 Geometrical Relationships of Belt Drives 6.20 Speed Ratio of Belt Drive 6.21 Crowning of Pulley 6.22 Belt Tension 6.23 Power Transmitted by Belt 6.24 Elastic Creep and Initial Tension in Belt 6.25 Stresses in The Belt 6.26 Selection of Flat Belt from Manufacturer’s Catalogue 6.27 Introduction: V-Belt Drive 6.28 Standard Cross Section Of V- Belt 6.29 Construction Of V-Belt 6.30 Power Transmitting Capacity and Ratio of Limiting Tensions For V-Belts 6.31 Selection Of V-Belts from Manufacturer’s Catalogue 6.32 Belt Tensioning Methods 6.33 Timing Belt 6.34 Comparison of Belts – 7. Rolling Contact Bearing 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Classification of Rolling Contact Bearings 7.3 Selection of Bearing 7.4 Bearing Designation 7.5 Basic Static Capacity of Bearing (C0) 7.6 Stribeck’s Equation for Basic Static Capacity 7.7 Equivalent Static Load 7.8 Earing Fatigue Life 7.9 Basic Dynamic Capacity of Bearing (C) 7.10 Equivalent Dynamic Capacity of Bearing (Pe) 7.11 Load – Life Relationship 7.12 Selection of Bearing from Manufacturer’s Catalogue 7.13 Bearing with Probability of Survival Other Than 90% 7.14 Equivalent Dynamic Load For Bearing Under Cyclic Load 7.15 Equivalent Dynamic Load For Continuously Variable Cyclic Load 7.16 Bearing Mounting Arrangement 7.17 Tapered Roller Bearings 7.18 Preloading of Bearings 7.19 Bearing Failure 7.20 Lubrication & Seals for Rolling Contact Bearing – 8. Sliding Contact Bearing: Hydrodynamic Bearing 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Sliding Contact Bearings - Advantages and Disadvantages 8.3 Classification of Sliding Contact Bearing 8.4 Journal / Sleeve Bearings 8.5 Hydrodynamic Lubrication 8.6 Journal Bearing – Lubricants 8.7 Lubricant Properties 8.8 Lubricant for Journal Bearing Application 8.9 Additives in Lubricating Oils 8.10 Bearing Material 8.11 Petroff’s Equation for Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing 8.12 Nomenclature of Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing 8.13 Regimes of Hydrodynamic Lubrication 8.14 Renold’s Theoretical Analysis for Hydrodynamic Lubrication 8.15 Heat Dissipation and Equilibrium Temperature 8.16 Selection of Bearing Design Variables for Finite Length Hydrodynamic Journal Bearing – Subject Index.
Series No
Title Design of Transmission Elements
Author's Name Vikrant U Garud
Publisher Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Page No. 456
Year Of Publication 2019
ISBN 10 No
ISBN 13 978-93-85046-49-0
Book size width -
book size(hei) -
Edition 1st
Book Size(len) No
Binding type Hard bound
About The Book This book titled “Design of Transmission Elements” is aimed at meeting the needs of Third Year Mechanical Engineering students and teachers and can serve as reference book for both along with industry in designing Gears, Bearings and Rope, Belt and Chain Drive. This book introduces design of transmission elements like Gears, selection of Bearing, Rope, belt and chain from manufacturer's catalogue and uses IS standards along with industries technical volumes wherever required. This book has prepared according to changing trends taking place in Technical education and development in industry. Methodology developed to analysed the concepts and numerical is unique and follows practical approach. Also concepts are well explained by interlinking of trio i.e. Materials, Manufacturing and design. This maiden attempt is made to benefit the students in their preparation and support the quality of teaching-learning process and education as well.

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