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    Discussion in 'The main mechanical design forum' started by adapa, Apr 15, 2010.

    1. adapa

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      Hi friends,

      I want to design a spur gear. inputs are tangential force on gear teeth is 20N. plz guide if any one know how to design a spur gear.
       
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    3. mvalenti

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    4. adapa

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      thank u very much,but i want to calculate theoritically. i hope any one can help me to solve this problem.
       
    5. kvengel

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      I would buy Machine Design by Norton,

      Excellent book!

      K :mrgreen:
       
    6. Cardboard

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      agreed that book is excellent i also have in front of me
      Machine Design theory and practise by Aaron D. Deutschman, Walter J. Michels and Charles E. Wilson another useful book
       
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      for anyone who still needs this information:
      The main factors affecting the strength of spur gear is a module or diametral pitch (DP).
      Selection of module is determined by power requirement and speed of pinion gear. In this case, if tangential force in 20N, so Power requirement = F (Tangential force) x V (velocity m/s). ==> you must be know gear speed (rpm)
      for next calculation read more ==> http://www.mymachineinfo.com/2015/05/calculation-of-spur-gear.html
      thanks.
       

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