Results for lab 6 Exercise 1 Part A Using Boston Gear Catalog Using Browning

Results for lab 6 exercise 1 part a using boston gear

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Results for lab 6: Exercise 1: Part A: Using Boston Gear Catalog Using Browning Catalog Part Number Gear Type Catalog Page Number Diametrical Pitch Pitch diameter (inch) Number of teeth Pressure Angle Bore (inch) Part Number S2448 Spur A18 25 2.0” 48 14.5 ° 0.5” 09648 L127Y Miter A57 12 1.5” 18 20.0 ° 0.5” 12208 H-1632-L Helical A50 16 2.0” 32 14.5 ° 0.5” 18218 G1036RH Worm A70 32 1.667” 40 14.5 ° 0.25” 13598 H1056RH Worm A66 12 1” 14.5 ° 0.5” GB1051 L519-6 Rack A33 1 1/8 1 1/8” - 14.5 ° 1.25” 37338 Part B: a.) Driver Gear Driven Gear Speed Ratio S2436 S2472 2 H1616-R H1616-L 1
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H1056RH G1051RH 30 Speed ratio= # teeth on Driven Gear /# teeth on Driver Gear 1.) 72/36=2 2.) 16/16=1 3.) 30/1=30 b.) Gear Safe HP at N=100 RPM (Use catalog) Maximum Torque Transmitted Torque=(63025*HP)/N in-lb S2424 0.05 hp 31.51 in-lb L112Y 0.07 hp 44.12 in-lb H1632-R 0.29 hp 182.77 in-lb G1051RH 0.38 hp 239.50 in-lb Exercise 2: c.) Overload service factor=1.5 d.) Required hp=1.5*2=3 hp e.) Speed ratio=RPM Driver/RPM Driven=600/300=2 f.) Driver=16 teeth, Driven=32 teeth, DP=6 Driver=32 teeth, Driven=64 teeth, DP=12 g.) Pitch=6 h.) 7.5 hp for driver, Spur gear i.) Driver=NSS616 Driven=NSS632
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Lab 6 Post Lab Exercise: 1.) Mutually perpendicular= miter gears, worm gears Parallel= spur gears, helical gears 2.) Idler doesn’t affect speed ratio. 3.) In helical gears, their teeth have a parallel axis to gear axis, allowing it to give more engagement and contact with the teeth being engaged.
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