|日期||2022.11.15. - 2022.11.24. 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm|
|Class Duration||6 sessions of 4 hours each|
The objective of this advanced training is to understand the fundamental theories of cylindrical gear design and analysis and to learn the application usages of KISSsoft. Participants will gain knowledge on how to interpret the gear rating, analyze reports and apply the software to improve gear design from the conceptual to the final design phase.
The training consists of 6 sessions spread over 2 weeks.
For participants in Europe:
Session 1-2-3: November 15-17, 2022: CET 2 pm - 6 pm (Brussels)
Session 4-5-6: November 22-24, 2022: CET 2 pm - 6 pm (Brussels)
For participants in parts of the Americas:
Session 1-2-3: November 15-17, 2022: EST 8 am - 12 pm (New York)
Session 4-5-6: November 22-24, 2022: EST 8 am - 12 pm (New York)
The training is designed for engineers who are already familiar with the basic KISSsoft functionalities or have participated in the basic gear training.
The training starts with the geometric definitions and properties, manufacturing and inspection techniques of cylindrical gears. It continues with contact analysis regarding tooth load and stress, stiffness, transmission error, vibration and noise as well as other important results under actual operating condition. Then it walks through in-depth knowledge on gear failure modes and strength rating methods. In the final session, the training will explore various strategies using KISSsoft sizing functionalities and apply them on gear design and optimization.
Depending on your KISSsoft skills and knowledge, please allow between 15 min and 1 hour of your time after the session for independent completion of the exercises.
Hardware and software requirements
Registration will close on November 10, 2022. Before the start of the training, participants will receive an actual test version Release 2022, electronic training documentation and an invitation link to join the Live Stream training. After completion of the training, a training certificate will be issued.