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Size Rated Maximum Dimensions in mm Mass of Weight
Torque speed Keyway ND1 ND2 DZ SZ     Shaft distance LG moment inertia
DA TKN n Kmax D1 D2 NL1/NL2 S1 S J m
mm Nm rpm max. max.                 kgm2 kg
78-6 170  13400  28  28  39  39  45  2.5  30  55  115  0.001  1.2 
105-6 270  10000  45  45  63  63  72  2.5  45  80  170  0.003  2.5 
125-6 490  8400  55  55  76  76  84  2.5  55  11  96  206  0.009  4.5 
140-6 700  7500  65  65  91  91  99  2.5  65  11  116  246  0.015  6.4 
165-6 1250  6350  75  75  105  105  114  2.5  75  14  136  286  0.032  9.7 
175-6 2000  6000  80  80  110  110  120  3.0  80  15  142  302  0.048  12.5 
195-6 3000  5350  90  90  120  120  131  3.0  80  15  142  302  0.073  14.9 
210-6 4400  5000  95  95  126  126  139  4.0  90  15  160  340  0.109  19.5 
240-6 5700  4350  110  110  145  145  162  5.0  100  18  176  376  0.210  28.4 
255-6 7600  4100  115  115  154  154  170  5.0  110  23  194  414  0.315  37.5 
280-6 10000  3750  135  135  184  184  186  6.0  130  25  232  492  0.542  54.5 
305-6 12000  3400  145  145  198  198  200  6.5  140  27  250  530  0.762  66.4 
335-6 18000  3100  160  160  214  214  218  7.5  150  30  266  566  1.18  84.2 
372-6 24000  2800  165  165  225  225  228  9.5  160  32  280  600  1.93  116 
407-6 34000  2550  185  185  250  250  245  11.0  175  35  306  656  3.06  152 
442-6 43000  2350  200  200  270  270  273  11.0  190  38  332  712  4.58  192 
487-6 55000  2150  225  225  305  305  298  13.0  215  41  376  806  7.73  268 
522-6 69000  2000  240  240  325  325  324  13.0  230  44  400  860  10.7  323 
572-6 92000  1800  265  265  360  360  356  15.0  255  47  446  956  17.1  431 
602-6 106000  1700  280  280  380  380  368  16.0  270  50  470  1010  22.6  514 
Size Rated Maximum Dimensions in mm Mass of Weight
Torque speed Keyway ND1 ND2 DZ SZ     Shaft distance LG moment inertia
DA TKN n Kmax D1 D2 NL1/NL2 S1 S J m
mm Nm rpm max. max.                 kgm2 kg
78-6 170  13400  28  28  39  39  45  2.5  30  55  115  0.001  1.2 
105-6 270  10000  45  45  63  63  72  2.5  45  80  170  0.003  2.5 
125-6 490  8400  55  55  76  76  84  2.5  55  11  96  206  0.009  4.5 
140-6 700  7500  65  65  91  91  99  2.5  65  11  116  246  0.015  6.4 
165-6 1250  6350  75  75  105  105  114  2.5  75  14  136  286  0.032  9.7 
175-6 2000  6000  80  80  110  110  120  3.0  80  15  142  302  0.048  12.5 
195-6 3000  5350  90  90  120  120  131  3.0  80  15  142  302  0.073  14.9 
210-6 4400  5000  95  95  126  126  139  4.0  90  15  160  340  0.109  19.5 
240-6 5700  4350  110  110  145  145  162  5.0  100  18  176  376  0.210  28.4 
255-6 7600  4100  115  115  154  154  170  5.0  110  23  194  414  0.315  37.5 
280-6 10000  3750  135  135  184  184  186  6.0  130  25  232  492  0.542  54.5 
305-6 12000  3400  145  145  198  198  200  6.5  140  27  250  530  0.762  66.4 
335-6 18000  3100  160  160  214  214  218  7.5  150  30  266  566  1.18  84.2 
372-6 24000  2800  165  165  225  225  228  9.5  160  32  280  600  1.93  116 
407-6 34000  2550  185  185  250  250  245  11.0  175  35  306  656  3.06  152 
442-6 43000  2350  200  200  270  270  273  11.0  190  38  332  712  4.58  192 
487-6 55000  2150  225  225  305  305  298  13.0  215  41  376  806  7.73  268 
522-6 69000  2000  240  240  325  325  324  13.0  230  44  400  860  10.7  323 
572-6 92000  1800  265  265  360  360  356  15.0  255  47  446  956  17.1  431 
602-6 106000  1700  280  280  380  380  368  16.0  270  50  470  1010  22.6  514 

Calculating the Deflection of a Worm Shaft

In this article, we’ll discuss how to calculate the deflection of a worm gear’s worm shaft. We’ll also discuss the characteristics of a worm gear, including its tooth forces. And we’ll cover the important characteristics of a worm gear. Read on to learn more! Here are some things to consider before purchasing a worm gear. We hope you enjoy learning! After reading this article, you’ll be well-equipped to choose a worm gear to match your needs.
worm shaft

Calculation of worm shaft deflection

The main goal of the calculations is to determine the deflection of a worm. Worms are used to turn gears and mechanical devices. This type of transmission uses a worm. The worm diameter and the number of teeth are inputted into the calculation gradually. Then, a table with proper solutions is shown on the screen. After completing the table, you can then move on to the main calculation. You can change the strength parameters as well.
The maximum worm shaft deflection is calculated using the finite element method (FEM). The model has many parameters, including the size of the elements and boundary conditions. The results from these simulations are compared to the corresponding analytical values to calculate the maximum deflection. The result is a table that displays the maximum worm shaft deflection. The tables can be downloaded below. You can also find more information about the different deflection formulas and their applications.
The calculation method used by DIN EN 10084 is based on the hardened cemented worm of 16MnCr5. Then, you can use DIN EN 10084 (CuSn12Ni2-C-GZ) and DIN EN 1982 (CuAl10Fe5Ne5-C-GZ). Then, you can enter the worm face width, either manually or using the auto-suggest option.
Common methods for the calculation of worm shaft deflection provide a good approximation of deflection but do not account for geometric modifications on the worm. While Norgauer’s 2021 approach addresses these issues, it fails to account for the helical winding of the worm teeth and overestimates the stiffening effect of gearing. More sophisticated approaches are required for the efficient design of thin worm shafts.
Worm gears have a low noise and vibration compared to other types of mechanical devices. However, worm gears are often limited by the amount of wear that occurs on the softer worm wheel. Worm shaft deflection is a significant influencing factor for noise and wear. The calculation method for worm gear deflection is available in ISO/TR 14521, DIN 3996, and AGMA 6022.
The worm gear can be designed with a precise transmission ratio. The calculation involves dividing the transmission ratio between more stages in a gearbox. Power transmission input parameters affect the gearing properties, as well as the material of the worm/gear. To achieve a better efficiency, the worm/gear material should match the conditions that are to be experienced. The worm gear can be a self-locking transmission.
The worm gearbox contains several machine elements. The main contributors to the total power loss are the axial loads and bearing losses on the worm shaft. Hence, different bearing configurations are studied. One type includes locating/non-locating bearing arrangements. The other is tapered roller bearings. The worm gear drives are considered when locating versus non-locating bearings. The analysis of worm gear drives is also an investigation of the X-arrangement and four-point contact bearings.
worm shaft

Influence of tooth forces on bending stiffness of a worm gear

The bending stiffness of a worm gear is dependent on tooth forces. Tooth forces increase as the power density increases, but this also leads to increased worm shaft deflection. The resulting deflection can affect efficiency, wear load capacity, and NVH behavior. Continuous improvements in bronze materials, lubricants, and manufacturing quality have enabled worm gear manufacturers to produce increasingly high power densities.
Standardized calculation methods take into account the supporting effect of the toothing on the worm shaft. However, overhung worm gears are not included in the calculation. In addition, the toothing area is not taken into account unless the shaft is designed next to the worm gear. Similarly, the root diameter is treated as the equivalent bending diameter, but this ignores the supporting effect of the worm toothing.
A generalized formula is provided to estimate the STE contribution to vibratory excitation. The results are applicable to any gear with a meshing pattern. It is recommended that engineers test different meshing methods to obtain more accurate results. One way to test tooth-meshing surfaces is to use a finite element stress and mesh subprogram. This software will measure tooth-bending stresses under dynamic loads.
The effect of tooth-brushing and lubricant on bending stiffness can be achieved by increasing the pressure angle of the worm pair. This can reduce tooth bending stresses in the worm gear. A further method is to add a load-loaded tooth-contact analysis (CCTA). This is also used to analyze mismatched ZC1 worm drive. The results obtained with the technique have been widely applied to various types of gearing.
In this study, we found that the ring gear’s bending stiffness is highly influenced by the teeth. The chamfered root of the ring gear is larger than the slot width. Thus, the ring gear’s bending stiffness varies with its tooth width, which increases with the ring wall thickness. Furthermore, a variation in the ring wall thickness of the worm gear causes a greater deviation from the design specification.
To understand the impact of the teeth on the bending stiffness of a worm gear, it is important to know the root shape. Involute teeth are susceptible to bending stress and can break under extreme conditions. A tooth-breakage analysis can control this by determining the root shape and the bending stiffness. The optimization of the root shape directly on the final gear minimizes the bending stress in the involute teeth.
The influence of tooth forces on the bending stiffness of a worm gear was investigated using the CZPT Spiral Bevel Gear Test Facility. In this study, multiple teeth of a spiral bevel pinion were instrumented with strain gages and tested at speeds ranging from static to 14400 RPM. The tests were performed with power levels as high as 540 kW. The results obtained were compared with the analysis of a three-dimensional finite element model.
worm shaft

Characteristics of worm gears

Worm gears are unique types of gears. They feature a variety of characteristics and applications. This article will examine the characteristics and benefits of worm gears. Then, we’ll examine the common applications of worm gears. Let’s take a look! Before we dive in to worm gears, let’s review their capabilities. Hopefully, you’ll see how versatile these gears are.
A worm gear can achieve massive reduction ratios with little effort. By adding circumference to the wheel, the worm can greatly increase its torque and decrease its speed. Conventional gearsets require multiple reductions to achieve the same reduction ratio. Worm gears have fewer moving parts, so there are fewer places for failure. However, they can’t reverse the direction of power. This is because the friction between the worm and wheel makes it impossible to move the worm backwards.
Worm gears are widely used in elevators, hoists, and lifts. They are particularly useful in applications where stopping speed is critical. They can be incorporated with smaller brakes to ensure safety, but shouldn’t be relied upon as a primary braking system. Generally, they are self-locking, so they are a good choice for many applications. They also have many benefits, including increased efficiency and safety.
Worm gears are designed to achieve a specific reduction ratio. They are typically arranged between the input and output shafts of a motor and a load. The two shafts are often positioned at an angle that ensures proper alignment. Worm gear gears have a center spacing of a frame size. The center spacing of the gear and worm shaft determines the axial pitch. For instance, if the gearsets are set at a radial distance, a smaller outer diameter is necessary.
Worm gears’ sliding contact reduces efficiency. But it also ensures quiet operation. The sliding action limits the efficiency of worm gears to 30% to 50%. A few techniques are introduced herein to minimize friction and to produce good entrance and exit gaps. You’ll soon see why they’re such a versatile choice for your needs! So, if you’re considering purchasing a worm gear, make sure you read this article to learn more about its characteristics!
An embodiment of a worm gear is described in FIGS. 19 and 20. An alternate embodiment of the system uses a single motor and a single worm 153. The worm 153 turns a gear which drives an arm 152. The arm 152, in turn, moves the lens/mirr assembly 10 by varying the elevation angle. The motor control unit 114 then tracks the elevation angle of the lens/mirr assembly 10 in relation to the reference position.
The worm wheel and worm are both made of metal. However, the brass worm and wheel are made of brass, which is a yellow metal. Their lubricant selections are more flexible, but they’re limited by additive restrictions due to their yellow metal. Plastic on metal worm gears are generally found in light load applications. The lubricant used depends on the type of plastic, as many types of plastics react to hydrocarbons found in regular lubricant. For this reason, you need a non-reactive lubricant.