Jasmin K. Saewe
Upon high school graduation Jasmin K. Saewe, from April to June 2011, completed basic training in metalworking during her internships with German-based TRW Automotive and Aleris Rolled Products. In October 2011 she enrolled as a student of mechanical engineering at the RWTH Aachen University. At the Aachen University Jasmin became a student research assistant at the WZL, where she was involved with practical gear cutting trials and tool life investigations;this spurred her interest in an internship with Gleason. Saewe in April 2014 began an internship in the R&D department at The Gleason Works in Rochester, New York. As of January 2015, Jasmin continues her studies at the RWTH-Aachen University in order to finish her Bachelorâ€™s degree, while continuing her employment as student research assistant at the WZL. (Bio last updated 2015-01-01 Contact Randy Stott, Managing Editor, with changes.)
Articles by Jasmin K. Saewe
- Non-Involute Gearing, Function and Manufacturing Compared to Established Gear Designs (January/February 2015)
Introduction The standard profile form in cylindrical gears is an involute. Involutes are generated with a trapezoidal rack â€” the basis for easy and production-stable manufacturing (Fig. 1).