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Journal of Mining Science

, Volume 53, Issue 4, pp 686–693 | Cite as

Load-Bearing Capacity of Spiroid Gears of Mining Machine Drives under Peak Loads

  • V. N. Anferov
  • R. K. Kovalenko
Science of Mining Machines
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Abstract

The substantiated dimensionless criterion of jamming characterizes relationship between the temperature of the contact links of spiroid gearing and the load-bearing capacity of an oil film. Based on the review of the existing tribotechnical systems used in scoring resistance testing, a physical model of spiroid gearing is selected. The test data obtained on a rolling-and-disc scheme of a friction assembly are presented. The relations between the friction coefficient in the spiroid gearing and the unit load are determined for the steel–steel material couples in a range of slip velocities and temperatures. A design procedure for spiroid gearing with respect to jamming is proposed.

Keywords

Spiroid gear gearing scoring resistance jamming 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Siberian State Transport UniversityNovosibirskRussia

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