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Unformatted text preview: figure 9. As in the ball bearings analysis, we assume that surfaces have no form defects. Figure 7 Clearance Torsor Components We could add Rz to this analysis as a backslash parameter but Rz results from an assembly process. Tx, Rx and Ry are the small displacements torsor components used in the assembly analysis. When this analysis is made, we can obtain Rz easily. 1.4. Rigid domain of a gear (UR=0) Ry 2jreng / b Tx 0p - 2jreng / b jreng 2tgα.jreng / b 0p - 2tgα.jreng / b jreng Rx Tx Figure 8 2D Cuts of the Clearance Domain of the Gear (UR=0) Elastic Clearance Domain and Use Rate Concept Applications 337 In the figure 8, we show the two cuts of the gear domain. If we input the Rz component, we should obtain a 4D domain and cuts would be 3D polytopes. Jreng is the radial clearance and α is the pressure angle. Figure 9 Clearance of the Gear Joint In the figure 9, the rigid clearance domain is shown as a limited one but the rhomb corresponds to a technological limit value for Tx. This domain can be computed by the using of the simple formulas of figure 8. 5.1. Elastic domain of...
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