This invention relates to gear and shaft transmission systems in general, the specific embodiment of drawings being designed to drive propellers on the wings of an airplane from an engine mounted in the hull or fuselage.
Hi, I have a few torque related questions, But first, a basic one.
But then torque measured in Newton per metersounds like it is also energy, and should also be measured in Joules, but it is not. What am I missing? Please take a look at this diagram of a gearbox: My confusion emanates from a formula I found online: Now I am trying to understand why that is, and so I go back to the basic torque formula: But here is my confusion, first of all, let's say a certain torque T is going through the Layshaft in red.
Does it mean that at each gear on the Layshaft the same amount of torque is communicated? It feels a bit counter intuitive If you look at the green gear that transmits power from the engine, my understanding of the way it communicates that torque to the first gear of the Layshaft is as follows: Let's call Te the torque from the engine, and Re the radius of the green gear.
Simply put, the gear doubles the amount of torque by having twice the radius of the driving gear. Is that correct so far? But then things get confusing. This means that this mechanism, assuming prefect efficiency would yield 12 times the engine torque in first gear So in short, I know I am making a mistake somewhere, and I hope it will jump to you right away in my derivation.
Finally, on the issue of torque transmission through the layshaft, if I run a troque T through that shaft, how do I know what that torque is at each gear along that shaft?
If I assume it is the exact same T at each gear, then it would imply something that seems wrong to me. Namely that the forces F1 at the first gear and F2 at the second one are generated from the same amount of energy It would be like putting coins in a bag with two holes at the bottom, and having the exact same number of coins pouring out of both at the same time, effectively multiplying by two the number of coins you put in the bag.
Clearly I don't understand what the physics are actually doing.
Thank you very much for your time and help, -Serge.Manufacturer of worm gearbox, bevel helical gearbox, crane duty helical gear box, planetary gearbox, SMSR helical gearbox and helical inline gear boxes.
Calculating shaft Deflections Introduction This webpage includes notes on methods of calculating radial deflections on shafts transmitting torques and subject to lateral loads . deflections of bearing and shafts.
There are several more improve-ments in the software like the addi-tion of splines according to DIN and DIN , the extension for sizing of one- to five-stage gear-boxes is enlarged by some significant improvements.
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