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The combined effect of contact interface size and spin on lubricated traction in rolling-sliding point contacts
Traction in lubricated rolling and sliding contacts plays an important role in the performance of several machine elements. Many of such elements are subject to spin motion, which can affect their performance. Recent studies ...
Thermal Distortion Effects on Cylindrical Gear Teeth Contact
(Mondragon Unibertsitatea. Goi Eskola Politeknikoa, 2019)
El comportamiento térmico de engranajes es uno de los temas que menos atención ha recibido en el último siglo. Aunque el origen del calor generado es conocido, su estudio se ha limitado a la predicción de la temperatura ...
Numerical characterization of local and global non-uniformities in the load distribution in ball screws
Load distribution in ball screws is a representation of the ball contact stress, and it is fundamental to understanding the behavior of these machine elements. This work aims to conduct a multi-variable analysis of the ...
Load distribution and tooth root stress of highly crowned spherical gear couplings working at high misalignment angles
Spherical gear couplings are commonly used mechanical components to transmit power between highly misaligned rotating shafts. For that, gear couplings are manufactured with high longitudinal crowning and are usually small ...
Spherical gear coupling design space analysis for high misalignment applications
(Elsevier Ltd., 2022)
Spherical gear couplings are machine elements that enable power transmission between highly misaligned shafts. The highly crowned tooth surfaces and the presence of undercut sections, have been a matter of disagreement ...
Numerical-experimental analysis of highly crowned spherical gear couplings working at high misalignment angles
Spherical gear couplings are characterized by their high capacity to transfer power between rotating shafts in highly misaligned conditions. They are usually small because of space restrictions and require a high amount ...