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Bevel gearbox design for heavy industrial applications
Škopec, Filip ; Vlašic, František (referee) ; Svoboda, Petr (advisor)
The thesis deals with the problem of bevel gearboxes on the Czech and foreign markets, where there is no offer in a wider range of required properties and specifications. The main goal of the thesis was to devise a design solution for a two-stage bevel gearbox for belt conveyor mine operation with parameters: P=37 kW, n=1450 rpm, i=20 and operation in a dusty environment. Based on the analysis of the current state of knowledge, which dealt with the main components of bevel gearboxes, four conceptual solutions were created from the point of view of the arrangement of individual gears. From the individual comparisons of the appropriateness of the use of the given conceptual designs, a design with a modified gear-case was selected, which was processed using design calculations and subsequently checked by strength calculations. The output of this thesis is processed production drawings of shafts, bevel and spur gear and then a drawing of the bevel gearbox assembly. The thesis also includes a written general procedure for the design of bevel gearboxes, which can serve as a guide for readers. The resulting construction design can form the basis for the final product of companies that would deal with a potential order.
Conceptual design of a gear tester for space applications
Florián, Vojtěch ; Černohlávek, Mikuláš (referee) ; Košťál, David (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the creation of a conceptual design of gears tester for space applications. The tester must simulate space conditions and test whether the gear can operate in those conditions. It is more important to test the wheel material than its geometry. The work is divided into theoretical and practical part. In the theoretical part, a search of current knowledge of the issue is created. The second part describes several conceptual designs of testers and their models. Subsequently, a concept that can most faithfully simulate real conditions in low orbit is selected and described in detail. The final design of this concept will facilitate the testing of gears and minimize their failure rate during operation.
Use of Neural Networks for the Stiffness Calculation of a Spur Gear Transmission
Planka, Michal ; Krpalek, David (referee) ; Lošák, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this master's thesis is to build artificial neural network that is able to calculate varying single tooth-pair mesh stiffness of spur gear for given input parameters. The training set for this network was determined by computational modelling by finite element method. Therefore, creating of computational model and mesh stiffness calculating were a partial aim of this thesis. Input parameters for stiffness calculation were number of driving and driven gear teeth and gear loading. Creating of computational model and performing series of simulations was followed by creating artificial neural network. Multilayer neural network with backpropagation training was chosen as a type of the network. Created neural network is sufficiently efficient and can determine varying mesh stiffness in input set range for learned input parameters and for values of parameters that are not included in training set as well. This neural network can be used for varying single tooth-pair mesh stiffness estimation in input set range.
Design of coaxial high-speed gear reducer
Neklapil, Libor ; Ing. Tomáš Hubáček, Ph.D (referee) ; Bradáč, František (advisor)
The thesis deal with design of coaxial high-speed gear box for small-scale turboshaft engines. At the beginning a study of problems was performed and for design concept was elected version of single-shaft turbo-engine with electric generator. Kinematic diagram, type of gear design, material and lubrication method was designed. Further was solved proposal of basic gearing parameters, choice of the number of tooth and basic proposal calculations were performed. Was performed check calculation of gearing, calculation of bearings durability and was processed design documentation in required range. Designed gear reducer has two stage with three coutershafts, that are deployed evenly about main axis of reducer. First stage is gear with external gearing, second stage with internal gearing. The thesis may be used as a template for next similar gear reducers design.
Manufacturing of Gearwheels Using Various Technologies
Řezáč, Matěj ; Prokop, Jaroslav (referee) ; Kalivoda, Milan (advisor)
The present bachelor thesis is focused on the production of spur gears. The theoretical part summarizes the information related to toothing, its production and inspection. In the practical part, three technologies of spur gear manufacture are selected the gears are made. Finally the thesis compares the spur gears produced by these technologies geometrically and dimensionally
Production technology of spur gears
Kosíř, Tomáš ; Matuška, Martin (referee) ; Zemčík, Oskar (advisor)
This bachelor thesis describes production and finishing technologies of spur gear. Each described technology contains used tools, machinery and cutting conditions. Technologies are compared by suitability using in conclusion.