ISSN (Online) : 2456 - 0774

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ISSN (Online) 2456 - 0774

MODELING, DESIGN & ANALYSIS OF DIFFERENTIAL GEARBOX AND ITS HOUSING THROUGH FEM, SOLIDWORK &ANSYS BENCHWORK 14.0

DOI : 10.51319/2456-0774.2021.5.0015

Abstract

Abstract: - The differential gears assembly and their housing are analyzed for the vibrational effect on a device in which the life of the gears is calculated over a wide frequency range using the Ansys-14.0 platform and Solidworks modeling. The gear housing is also influenced by vibration in the casing that surrounds the gearbox in this form of study. Gear's main goal is to protect and provide a secure platform for successful gear transmission. It also protects moving parts and shields them from the elements. The differential couples the propeller shaft to the pinion, which runs on the differential's ring gear or crowngear, which also helps to reduce gearing friction. As well as extending the gear's lifespan. As a result, the differential gear housing will be subject to vibration, and it will be necessary to measure the response of the differential gear housing in various vibration situations, as well as to determine their natural frequencies. This may be the most effective method in developing a differential gear housing that is free of resonance-induced fatigue failures. The gear housing should be built using an acceptable methodology for allocating vibration-causing causes, promoting scientific methods, and minimizing the effects of frequencies. This vibration analysis is carried out using the ANSYS 14.0 program as a computational technique, with SOLIDWORKS being used for validation and modeling of the differential gearbox.Keywords: differential gears, natural frequency, Ansys 14.0

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