Formulas for calculating the modulus of bevel gears
What is Bevel Gear
Bevel gears are bevel gears, bevel gears. They are used for transmission between intersecting shafts. Single-stage transmission ratio can reach 6, maximum to 8 or more, and transmission efficiency is generally 0.94-0.98.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Bevel Gears
1. The design, manufacture and installation of spur and helical bevel gears are relatively simple, but the noise is large. They are used for low-speed transmission (< 5 m/s); the transmission power of spur bevel gears can reach 370 kW, and the circumferential speed is 5 m/s. Helical bevel gears operate smoothly and have high load-carrying capacity, but they are difficult to manufacture and less used.
2. Curved bevel gears have the characteristics of smooth transmission, low noise and large load-carrying capacity, which are used in high-speed and heavy-load situations. The transmission of curved bevel gears runs smoothly, the transmission power can reach 3700 kW, and the circumferential speed can reach more than 40 meters per second.
Classification of bevel gears
It is divided into straight bevel gear and spiral bevel gear.