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Prices see AGMA website www. May i 19 19 21 22 24 26 27 29 32 34 36 38 39 42 45 Publications Catalog American Gear Manufacturers Association AGMA is a voluntary association of companies, consultants and academicians with a direct interest in the design, manufacture, and application of gears and flexible couplings.
AGMA was founded in by nine companies in response to the market demand for standardized gear products; it remains a member– and market–driven organization to this day. AGMA provides a wide variety of services to the gear industry and its customers and conducts numerous programs which support these services. Some of these services and programs are: AGMA develops all U. This is the only trade show dedicated solely to the gear industry. Enrollment is open to all.
May Out of print or obsolete documents are available only by contacting AGMA Headquarters directly It focuses only on the gear industry. More specifically, it focuses on those opportunities you might miss as you deal with the everyday demands of gear manufacturing. On your behalf, the Foundation explores the new ideas, the outside–the–box approaches, and the cutting edge technologies that could transform your future.
Most obsolete and superseded documents are available for puchase. Cylindrical Gears -Tangential Measurements Obsolete documents should not be used, please use replacements. Refer to page Refer to page 8.
Refer to page 9. Cylindrical Gears — Tangential Measurements. Inspection of Corresponding Flanks of Gear Teeth. A list of these standards are normally supplied after the scope, in the normative references section of a document. Be sure to inquire whether the standard you need requires other documents listed herewith. Guides designers in determining the scoring resistance of spur and helical gear sets intended for use in aerospace applications. Includes charts which provide geometry factors, I and J, for a range of typical gear sets and tooth forms.
Indicates certain areas that might require special consideration. Includes a series of definitions of the various tabulated items. Goes beyond the design of gear meshes. Presents the broad spectrum of factors which combine to produce a working gear system, whether it be a power transmission or special purpose mechanism.
Covers only spur, helical and bevel gears. Does not cover wormgears, face gears, and various proprietary tooth forms. Includes methods for selecting geometry and dimensions, considering maximum pitting resistance, bending strength, and scuffing resistance, and methods for selecting profile shift.
Provides information to translate tooth thickness specifications which are expressed in terms of tooth thickness, center distance or diameter into profile shift coefficients. It describes the effect that profile shift has on the geometry and performance of gears. Annexes are provided which contain practical examples on the calculation of tool proportions and profile shift. Topics covered include general plastic material behavior, gear operating conditions, plastic gear manufacturing, tests for gear related material properties, and typical plastic gear materials.
This information sheet discusses how noise measurement and control depend upon the individual characteristics of the prime mover, gear unit, and driven machine, as well as their combined effects in a particular acoustical environment.
It indicates certain areas that might require special attention. This document is a revision of AGMA Typical applications using smooth 420.04 movers and special considerations involving unusual or more severe loading are discussed. 42.004 of AGMA AGMA standards for gear load capacity calculations require allowable stress numbers related to material grade, which are based on type and heat treatment.
For each heat treatment method and AGMA grade number, acceptance criteria are given for various agka characteristics identified in this document. Discussions include such topics as methods for defining datum axes on components; the use of center holes and mounting surfaces during manufacturing and inspection; and, recommended values of in–plane and out–of–plane deviations of shaft parallelism.
AGMA A03 Effect of Lubrication on Gear Surface Distress Provides guidance for the design of spur and helical gearing of 20 through diametral pitch including internal and rack 4200.4. Manual contains agm specialized subjects as inspection, lubrication, gear load calculation methods, materials, including a wide variety of plastics. This document provides currently available information pertaining to oil lubrication of industrial gears for power transmission applications.
It is intended to serve as a general guideline and source of information about gear oils, their properties, and their tribological behavior in gear contacts. Equations provided allow the calculation of specific film thickness and instantaneous contact flash temperature for gears in service, and to help assess the potential risk of surface distress scuffing, micropitting and macropitting, and scoring involved with a given lubricant choice.
This document is not intended to be a practice for any gears other than those applied to aerospace.
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Provides numerical examples for calculating the pitting resistance geometry factor, I, and bending strength geometry factor, J, for typical gearsets that are generated by rack– type tools hobs, rack cutters May Pages: The iterative solution that is described is compatible with the definitions of the term face load distribution of AGMA standards and longitudinal load distribution of the ISO 402.04.
The procedure is easily programmable and flow charts of the calculation scheme, as well as examples from typical software are presented.
This standard provides nomenclature for general modes of gear tooth wear and failure. It classifies, identifies and describes the most common types of failure and provides information which will, in many cases, enable the user to 40.04 failure modes and evaluate the degree or progression of wear. Provides guidelines for the alignment of such instrument elements as centers, ways and probe systems.
The instrument accuracy requirements needed to meet the accuracy of product gears is discussed. It also covers the application of gear artifacts to determine instrument accuracy. This involved the calculation of U95 uncertainty at all steps from the artifact to the final product gears.
Defines a classification system for accuracy grades D through AAA, in order ahma increasing precision. The standard describes hob identification practices, manufacturing and purchasing considerations, and hob design parameters. An informative annex is included which provides the reader with a basic understanding of how the different elements of a hob can affect the accuracy of the gear being machined.
Revision of AGMA It contains a description, with equations and sample calculations, of how the proportions of a spur or helical gear may be derived from the design tooth thickness and the basic rack data.
In several annexes, there are discussions of possible variations from qgma basic rack and also a procedure for defining tooth proportions without using the basic rack concept. Includes spur and helical gearing of 20 through diametral pitch with tooth proportions of 20 degree pressure angle and having 7 or more teeth. Tooth proportions shown may also be suitable for gear designs of finer than diametral pitch.
It provides definitions for gear tooth accuracy terms, the structure of the gear accuracy system and the allowable values of pitch, profile and helix deviations.
Includes a detailed discussion of factors influencing gear survival and a calculation method.
AGMA 6010-E88 – Standard for Spur, Helical, Herringbone, and Bevel…
A normative annex for tangential composite tolerances and an informative annex for allowable values of profile form, profile slope, helix form and helix slope deviations are provided. Identical adoption of ISO Definitions and Allowable Values of Deviations Relevant to Radial Composite Deviations and Runout Information Provides information pertaining to engineering materials and material treatment used in gear manufacture.
Includes definitions, selection guidelines, heat treatment, quality control, life considerations and a bibliography. Material selection includes 420.004, nonferrous and nonmetallic materials. Examines wrought, cast, and fabricated gear blanks. Includes heat treatment sections on through hardened, flame hardened, induction hardened, carburized, carbonitrided, and nitrided gears.
Discusses quenching, distortion and shot peening. Also discusses quality control as related to gear blanks, process control, and metallurgical testing on the final products.
Contains the ISO system of accuracy relevant to radial double flank composite deviations ayma individual cylindrical gears. It provides definitions for gear tooth accuracy terms, the structure of the gear accuracy system and the allowable values of radial composite deviations.
An informative annex is included that provides equations for determining allowable values of runout. Covers preliminary gear design parameters, blank design including standard taper, uniform depth, duplex taper and tilted root.
Also includes drawing format, inspection, materials, lubrication, mountings and assembly. An Annex contains examples for ease of understanding. Includes detailed discussions of factors influencing gear survival and calculation methods. Includes a system to describe and classify agmaa indications produced during this inspection.
However, does not provide specific acceptance or rejection criteria. Includes equations and calculation procedures for commonly used measuring methods. Each definition, explanation, and instruction is directed toward the physical appearance of the gears as they are inspected and assembled by these personnel.
AGMA Catalog of Technical Publications –
Agmx gear quality levels with gear tooth tolerances. Provides information on manufacturing procedures, master gears, measuring methods and practices. Appendix material provides guidance on specifying levels and information on additional methods of gear inspection.
Partial replacement of AGMA Establishes a classification system which may be used to communicate geometrical accuracy specifications of unassembled bevel gearing.