Unformatted text preview: 130 × 103 W
First of all, let us find the number of teeth on the sunwheel D (T D). Let dA , dB , dC and dD be
the pitch circle diameters of wheels A , B , C and D respectively. From Fig. 13.29, dD
d
d
d
or
dD + dC + dB = dA
+ C+ B= A
2
2
2
2
Since the module is same for all teeth and the number of teeth are proportional to their pitch
circle diameters, therefore
TD + T C + T B = T A or T D = T A – (T C + T B) = 60 – (20 + 15) = 25 The table of motions is given below :
Table 13.24. Table of motions.
Revolutions of elements
Step
No. Conditions of motion Arm (or
shaft X) Wheel D Compound
wheel CB TD
TC 1. Arm fixedwheel D rotated
through + 1 revolution
(anticlockwise) 0 +1 – 2. Arm fixedwheel D rotated
through + x revolutions 0 +x – x× 3. Add + y revolutions to all elements +y +y +y 4. Total motion +y x+y y –x× Wheel A
(or shaft Y) – TD
TC TD TB
×
TC TA –x × TD TB
×
TC TA
+y TD
TC y –x× TD TB
×
TC TA Since the shaft Y or wheel A rotates at 740 rad/s, therefore y –x × TD TB
×
= 740
TC TA y – 0.3125 x = 740 or y –x× 25 15
×
= 740
20 60 ...(i) Chapter 13 : Gear Trains l 469 Also the wheel D is fixed, therefore
x +y=0 or y=–x ...(ii) From equations (i) and (ii),
x = – 563.8 and y = 563.8 Speed of shaft X
Since the shaft X will make the same number of revolutions as the arm, therefore
Speed of shaft X , ωX = Speed of arm = y = 563.8 rad/s Ans.
Holding torque on wheel D
We know that torque on A = P/ωA = 130 × 103 / 740 = 175.7 Nm
and Torque on X = P/ωX = 130 × 103/563.8 = 230.6 Nm
∴ Holding torque on wheel D
= 230.6 – 175.7 = 54.9 Nm Ans. Example 13.23. Fig. 13.30 shows some details of a compound epicyclic gear drive where I
is the driving or input shaft and O is the driven or output shaft which carries two arms A and B
rigidly fixed to it. The arms carry planet wheels which mesh with annular wheels P and Q and the
sunwheels X and Y. The sun wheel X is a part of Q. Wheels Y and Z are fixed to the shaft I. Z engages
with a planet wheel carried on Q and this planet wheel engages the fixed annular whe...
View
Full
Document
This note was uploaded on 02/13/2014 for the course MIE 301 taught by Professor Celghorn during the Fall '08 term at University of Toronto.
 Fall '08
 CELGHORN

Click to edit the document details