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  • ISO 2014

    Calculation of load capacity of bevel gears Part 1: Introduction and general influence factorsCalcul de la capacit de charge des engrenages coniques Partie1:Introductionetfacteursgnrauxdinfluence

    INTERNATIONAL STANDARD

    ISO10300-1

    Second edition2014-04-01

    Reference numberISO 10300-1:2014(E)

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    Contents Page

    Foreword ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ivIntroduction ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 24 Symbols and units ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 25 Application ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 8

    5.1 Calculation methods ........................................................................................................................................................................... 85.2 Safety factors ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 95.3 Rating factors ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 95.4 Further factors to be considered .......................................................................................................................................... 105.5 Further influence factors in the basic formulae ......................................................................................................11

    6 External force and application factor, KA..................................................................................................................................126.1 Nominal tangential force, torque, power....................................................................................................................... 126.2 Variable load conditions .............................................................................................................................................................. 126.3 Application factor, KA ....................................................................................................................................................................... 13

    7 Dynamic factor, Kv ............................................................................................................................................................................................137.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 137.2 Design .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 147.3 Manufacturing ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 147.4 Transmission error ........................................................................................................................................................................... 147.5 Dynamic response ............................................................................................................................................................................. 157.6 Resonance ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 157.7 Calculation methods for Kv ......................................................................................................................................................... 15

    8 Face load factors, KH, KF .........................................................................................................................................................................258.1 General documents........................................................................................................................................................................... 258.2 Method A ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 258.3 Method B ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 258.4 Method C ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 26

    9 Transverse load factors, KH, KF ......................................................................................................................................................279.1 General comments ............................................................................................................................................................................ 279.2 Method A ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 289.3 Method B ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 289.4 Method C ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 309.5 Running-in allowance, y ............................................................................................................................................................. 31

    Annex A (normative) Calculation of virtual cylindrical gears Method B1 ..........................................................35Annex B (normative) Calculation of virtual cylindrical gears Method B2 ..........................................................47Annex C (informative) Values for application factor, KA ................................................................................................................53Annex D (informative) Contact patterns ........................................................................................................................................................54Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................58

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    Foreword

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