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Unformatted text preview: ated a large number of times, N times. This would yield a random sample, {y1, … yN} for Y . Standard statistical estimation methods are then used to analyze the distribution of Y. The precision of this statistical analysis increases proportional to √N and therefore unlimited precision can be achieved through large number of replications. 3.3. Application We use the statistical tool to analyze effect of variations of geometrical parameters defining wheels and the assembly on the kinematic error without torque. We have fixed an interval for variation of each parameter For this simulation, gear parameters are given in following tabular: Number of teeth for pinion : z1 = 11 Number of teeth for wheel : z2 = 15 Nominal shaft angle : ∆ = π/2 Sphere radius at small tip : Rp = 50 mm Sphere radius at big tip : Rg = 100 mm Maximum of crowning : B = 1 mm Tooth height : h = 0.1613*(sphere radius) In first time, we have run simulations for each kind of failing then with all of them. All simulations have been done with form deviations due to the manufacturing process. Only some of these results are...
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## This note was uploaded on 08/03/2010 for the course DD 1234 taught by Professor Zczxc during the Spring '10 term at Magnolia Bible.

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