This tutorial is directed to evaluate the increment in contact and bending stresses in a spur gear drive, comprising a pinion of 21 teeth and a gear of 34 teeth and module of 3 mm, with no surface modifications and subjected to an error of alignment of 0.05 deg. in the crossing angle by using IGD - Integrated Gear Design.
This tutorial is directed to the determination of the optimal tip relief in a helical gear drive comprising a pinion of 24 teeth and a gear of 37 teeth. The gears have a module of 4 mm, a helix angle of 15.0 deg, a pressure angle of 20.0 deg, and a face width of 35.0 mm. The torque applied to the pinion is 800.0 N·m. The gears will be mounted at the reference center distance of 126.304 mm. IGD v3.5 is used for gear geometry generation and tooth contact analysis. Stress analysis is performed with ABAQUS and results postprocessed within IGD.