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Eurotrans

GEOMETRY & DESIGN

Datum

21.10. – 25.10.2019

Uhrzeiten

21.10.2019, 13:00-17:30 Uhr
22.10.2019, 8:30-17:30 Uhr
23.10.2019, 8:30-17:00 Uhr
24.10.2019, 9:00-17:00 Uhr
25.10.2019, 9:00-12:30 Uhr

Ort

FVA GmbH
Parkring 6
85748 Garching bei München

Wegbeschreibung

Anfahrt​​​​​​​

Sprache

Englisch

Zielgruppe

Mechanical engineers

Schwerpunkte

Introduction to Gears

  • Why gears
  • Short history
  • Applications
  • Types
  • General kinematics and dynamics
  • Basic gear law
  • Survey of Standards (ISO etc)
  • Gear Geometry

Geometry of involute gearing spur and helical gears, basic definitions of single gear, gear pairs, mesh

Gear corrections profile and lead corrections, laod distribution, vibration excitation

Variant gear systems "Special gears": bevel gears, conical gears, worm gears, general kinematics, basic definitions Plenatary gears: kinematics, powerflow, efficiency

Material and heat treatment

Gear materials selection of gear materials, heat treatment, SN-curve, damage line, strength values

Gear rating basic rating practice Introduction fo gear rating, relevant stress parameters, rating of bending, pitting, scuffing, slow speed wear, micropitting and flank fracture standard gear rating standardized gear methods in ISO, bending, pitting, scuffing, micropitting - examples

Program codes application of standard gear rating methods, examples

Test methodes oil tests influence of lubricants on gear load capacity, test methods and test results, introduction of test results in gear rating practice

Seminarinhalte

Although the power transmission engineering industry is an important industry branch, universities fail to develop appropriate courses. In Europe, a mechanical engineer gets on average 5 hours of gear training. This is far too less to be effective in industry. Moreover, gear trainers are becoming rare due to retirement and non replacement. Therefore, Eurotrans identified the remaining top gear trainers and developed an extensive training on geometry and design in collaboration with FVA. Addressing a European audience, this residential training is organised with the FVA in München in close connection with the Laboratories of the Institute for Gears at the University of Munich (FZG)

Referent/Referentinnen

Dr.-Ing. Christian Wirth

Geschäftsführer der MAHLE ZG Transmissions GmbH
www.zg-gmbh.de

Georg Hammerl

FVA GmbH
fva-service.de

Dr. Stoyan Radev

FVA GmbH
fva-service.de

Dr.-Ing. Klaus Michaelis

TU München FZG
fzg.mw.tum.de

Langjähriger Forschungsgruppenleiter in den Bereichen Tragfähigkeit und Tribologie von Zahnrädern an der FZG der TU München, Gutachter für Verzahnungsauslegungen und in Schadensfällen, Experte in nationalen und internationalen Normungsgremien.