AGMA 908-B89 PDF

AGMA B89 (Revision of AGMA ). April AMERICAN GEAR MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION ~~. Geometry Factors for Determining the Pitting. AGMA B89 (R) Information Sheet – Geometry Factors for Determining the Pitting Resistance and Bending Strength of Spur, Helical and Herringbone. diseño de engranajes (AGMA) Este diseño se realizo mediante la norma AGMA la actual normativa de diseño de engranajes.

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The dimensions used are those of the spur gear equivalent to the actual cutter, in the transverse plane.

When the axial contact ratio is other than 2. For this 9008-b89 b89, numerical examples and agma b89 chart procedures for such a calculation are not included.

The I factor given here is a simplified version of that derived in Appendix A. To simplify the geometry of helical 90-8b89 teeth in the normal plane, the concept of the virtual spur gear is used.

Because an analytical method for xgma the Bending Strength Geometry Factor, Jis now available, Discounted member price: Several tables of precalculated Geometry Factors, I and J, are provided for various combinations of gearsets and tooth forms. High transverse contact ratio gears. Bending Strength Geometry Factor, J.



Any person who refers to any AGMA Technical Publication should determine that it is the latest information available from the Association on the subject. Hulse General Electric H. Mumford Alten Foundry W. Spur gears having variations that prevent two pairs of teeth from sharing the load may be stressed most heavily when the load is applied at the tip.

The right column includes the minimum value resulting from agma b89 condition of the limit amga angle. Pitting Resistance Geometry Factor, I 4.

This AGMA agma b89 sheet and related publications are based on typical or average data, conditions, or application. This means that e g must always be higher than 1. For normal helical gears and spur gears, this factor is 1. Any consistent system of units can be used for this conversion, see Section 3.


Foreword This Information Sheet, AGMA B89, was prepared to assist designers making preliminary design studies, and to present data that might prove useful for those designers without access to computer programs. In addition to these exceptions, the following conditions are assumed: Cutter manufacturers have different designs and production techniques, which affect the final tooth form and the resulting J factor. This Information Sheet gives the equations for calculating the pitting resistance geometry factor, I, for external and internal spur and helical gears, and the bending strength geometry factor, J, for external spur and helical gears that are generated by racktype tools hobs, rack cutters or generating grinding wheels or piniontype tools shaper cutters.


This load is then applied along the line of action tangent to the base circle and passing through the tip of the tooth.

Pizzichil Philadelphia Gear J. Less rigid box, longer shafts, ball bearings. Calvert Morgan Construction A. The lengths, C 1 through C 6, are derived from Fig 3-l. Where double signs are used e.

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Derivation of the stress equation. Therefore it is possible to set the maximum limit for the calculation pre-set to 5. Tooth Thinning for Backlash. For very accurate work, the exact cutter form should be used, but for most cases, the cutter form can be approximated.

Olson Cleveland Gear J. It is hoped that sufficient geometry factor data is included to be of help to the majority of gear designers.

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