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Volume 287, 20196th International BAPT Conference “Power Transmissions 2019”
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Maintenance, Operation, and Industrial Application|
|Published online||14 August 2019|
Hyperboloid gear transmissions: innovations, experimental and manufacture realization
Institute of Mechanics, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
2 Graduate School of Engineering Science, Faculty of Engineering Science, Akita University, Japan
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This work is a review of researches carried out by the authors on prototyping processes and testing of hyperboloid gears. These activities are preceded by modeling for synthesis and design of these gear sets. It contains also a description of the innovative and inventive activities of the authors over the years. The twenty-five years period of studying hyperboloid gear mechanisms with an exact linear contact between the active tooth surfaces is entirely subordinated to the transfer of the obtained scientific results into scientifically applied and applied ones, in order to create adequate innovative products. The time interval of the researches, done from 1980 to 1990, is divided into two parts: - till 1985, the actions are oriented into transforming a part of the obtained scientific - applied results into technological innovations in the field of high-reduction gear mechanisms; - the period 1985 -1990 is identified with attempts to implement these gear transmissions into various technological devices and transport machines. From a practical view point, the 1980-1990 interval covers all activities for elaboration of functional models of reductors and technological models of high-reduction gears of type Helicon. The time period after 1990 is characterized by the elaboration of three types of Helicon reductors.
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