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Paper Title: Design and Analysis of Spiral Bevel Gear with Minimized Weight
Authors Name: Nitin Hari Chaudhari , Dr. D.N.Kamble
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Published Paper Id: IJNRD1706021
Published In: Volume 2 Issue 6, June-2017
Abstract: This paper the spiral bevel gear (SBG) is a key component of the power transmission of intersection axes. Considering example as wood working machines, these are used to cut the wood work-piece for the purpose of making furniture, Casting pattern, wooden seat design, wood prototyping etc. In that machine a set of spiral bevel gears used for power transmission from motor to tool. The hand held tools weight and continues vibrations makes it difficult to operate the machine for longer time and also power consumption per unit cut has been very high , and vibrations lead to inaccuracy in cutting and error in profile shape. Thus methodology used in study is to carry out test on three sets of bevel plain gears (i.e. no weight reduction), secondly weight reduction done by providing recess on the gear face , an thirdly by providing equispaced holes on the face. Comparative the performance analysis of the gears by load so as to derive the optimal performance of the gears. The optimization of spiral bevel gear we can reduce weight, material, process timing and cost of production.
Keywords: Spiral Bevel Gear
Cite Article: "Design and Analysis of Spiral Bevel Gear with Minimized Weight ", International Journal of Novel Research and Development (, ISSN:2456-4184, Vol.2, Issue 6, page no.122-128, June-2017, Available :
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