Theoretically conjugate hypoid gears can be manufactured, but they are not practical because of their sensitivity to the misalignments inherent in any real gear housing. In order to obtain the required adjustability there are introduced into the teeth of one or both members carefully chosen modifications with different machine setting and cutter specifications. The analysis given in this paper, adjusts the pinion running position so that at an initially selected point on the gear the correct velocity ratio is produced. After the correct relative running position is established the analysis determines the path of contact and the characteristics of the transmitted motion.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 1 1975|
|Event||Unknown conference - |
Duration: Sep 8 1975 → Sep 11 1975
|Period||9/8/75 → 9/11/75|
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