Kinematic and Dynamic Analysis of a Classic, Three-Axis Manual Gearbox, Without a Direct Socket
- 1 Bucharest Polytechnic University, Romania
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Fixed axis mechanical transmissions today have the largest spread on the entire planet, being practically used in almost all areas. From the gearboxes of the vehicles to the stationary reducers, used in the electrical, electronic and electro technical equipment, in the heavy industry but also in the light industry, in energy and in transport, practically the transmissions with fixed axes meet today everywhere, being part of our daily life. For this reason, we want to present the kinematic and dynamic analysis at a classic, manual, three-axis gearbox, with six speeds, without a direct socket. With the help of the presented method, one can analyze the dynamics of such a gearbox in order to design it optimally, so as to achieve the highest yields in operation, especially in the most used speeds, so that the transmission losses are limited to up.
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- Mechatronic Systems
- Mechanical Transmissions
- Manual Gearbox
- Three-axis Gearbox
- Six Speeds Gearbox