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AGMA Epicyclic Gear Systems: Application, Design and Analysis
12/5/19 1:00 am EST
Seattle, Washington. Learn and define the concept of epicyclic gearing including some basic history and the differences among simple planetary gear systems, compound planetary gear systems and star drive gear systems. Cover concepts on the arrangement of the individual components including the carrier, sun, planet, ring and star gears and the rigid requirements for the system to perform properly. Critical factors such as load sharing among the planet or star gears, sequential loading, equal planet/star spacing, relations among the numbers of teeth on each element, calculation of the maximum and optimum number of planet/star gears for a specific system will be covered. This session provides an in-depth discussion of the methodology by which noise and vibration may be optimized for such systems and load sharing guidelines for planet load sharing. The instructor is Raymond Drago and Steve Cymbala.