Root Shapes and Root Strength of Gears
During the gear design process, gear root shape is an important parameter. A higher root radius of gears will usually result in lower root stresses. During the manufacturing process, a higher root radius usually means a smaller tip radius of the tool (hobbing, shaping), which affects the wear of the tool and thus the overall manufacturing costs. It is also important to check, whather a final machining process like threaded wheel grinding, profile grinding or honing may negatively affect the gear root stresses due to the position and shape of the grinding notch. This and many other aspects related to it, can be further analyzed with 3D-FEM root stress calculation in KISSsoft. In this presentation, we will discuss different root shapes, the influcence of manufacturing on the effective root shape and the resulting root stresses based on ISO 6336: 2019 strength calculation method.
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