The use of cooling holes to decrease the amount of thermal damage on a plastic gear tooth

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Tarih

2010

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Yayıncı

Springer New York LLC

Erişim Hakkı

info:eu-repo/semantics/closedAccess

Özet

A new method was developed to decrease the amount of thermal damage on the contact surface of a plastic gear tooth. The main aim of this method is to decrease the amount of thermal damage on the tooth surface by reducing the heat accumulated in the tooth under working conditions. For this reason, air-cooling holes on the plastic gear tooth were drilled in different locations, with the intention of lowering the tooth temperature by transferring the heat away from the tooth through these holes via convection. Using three the different configurations of holes, the air and temperature at the tooth contact zone were measured and compared. © 2010 ASM International.

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Anahtar Kelimeler

Durability, Frictional heating, Gear surface temperature, Plastic gears

Kaynak

Journal of Failure Analysis and Prevention

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Scopus Q Değeri

Q3

Cilt

10

Sayı

6

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