Articles By Dr. Stephen P. Radzevich Ph.D., Dr. (Eng) Sci.
With manufacturing processes in a constant state of evolution, the following technical paper describes a novel concept involving the enveloping cutting of straight bevel gears.
Examples of gearing with non-parallel axes can be easily found in the industry.
Preliminary results of testing of Low-tooth-count bevel gears of a novel design, part 1
Preliminary results of testing of low-tooth-count bevel gears of a novel design, part 2
Preliminary results of testing of low-tooth-count bevel gears of a novel design, part 3
An analysis focused on the geometry and the kinematics of right-angle bevel gears with low tooth count shows that inequality of base pitches of the gear and mating pinion is the root cause of insufficient performance.
A method for equal power sharing in planetary gearboxes is proposed based on the use of elastic absorbers of manufacturing errors.
An examination of how standards for bevel and hypoid gearing benefit from the latest achievements in gearing theory.
This paper describes the differences between Novikov gearing and Wildhaber gearing, making a case for why the two systems should not be combined as ‘W-N gearing.’