Fundamental properties of a gearbox, like load capacity and NVH behavior, can be positively influenced already in a very early stage of gearbox development. This seminar imparts the knowledge of sizing the most important gearbox components in general and answers the following questions in detail:
- What are the most important requirements to be defined when starting a new gearbox design and how is the design affected when these requirements are changed?
- How are the most important components like gears, shafts and bearings sized and how can they be optimized regarding load capacity and NVH?
- What is to be regarded in the first rough housing design?
- How can size and weight of the gearbox assembly be estimated already in a very early phase of design?
The seminar addresses to engineers and technicians working in the (pre-)development or technical sales department who want to enhance their knowledge on gearbox design and on sizing of gearbox components.
- Deriving the main geometry of cylindrical and bevel gears
- Sizing and designing of shafts
- Bearing concepts and choosing the right size
- Draft housing design and oil circuit
- Estimating gearbox size and weight
- Define gear ratios and position of axes
- Size main gearbox components,
- like gears, shafts and bearings
- Rough design of housing
- Estimate gearbox size and weight
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Klein
University of Applied Sciences Munich, Department of Mechanical, Automative and Aeronautical Enineering