Study on dynamic load-sharing characteristics of face gear dual-power split transmission system with backlash, support and spline clearance

Dong, Hao; Zhang, Hao Qin; Zhao, Xiao Long; Duan, Ling Ling

The dynamic load-sharing characteristics of aircraft face gear dual-power split transmission system (FGDPSTS) are taken as the research object. Considering the factors of time-varying meshing stiffness, comprehensive error, backlash, support clearance, spline clearance, torsional stiffness, and support stiffness, the dynamic load-sharing model was constructed based on the lumped-parameter method. The loaded tooth contact analysis (LTCA) simulation method was used to calculate the time-varying meshing stiffness. The dynamic load-sharing coefficient (DLSC) is obtained by using Runge–Kutta method. The influences of errors, backlash, support clearance, spline clearance, torsional stiffness and support stiffness on DLSC were analyzed, and the biggest factors affecting dynamic load-sharing performance were found out. The results show that the influence of the backlash of the two-stage herringbone gear pair on the DLSC is more sensitive. The influence of support clearance on the DLSC is less. The load-sharing coefficient increases with the increase of the installation error and eccentricity error, and the influence of the error of the two-stage gears on the system load-sharing performance is the most sensitive. The torsional stiffness has little effect on the load-sharing coefficient of one stage but has great effect on the two-stage load-sharing coefficient. The influence of support stiffness on the DLSC of two-stage is stronger. It provided a theoretical basis for the dynamic stability optimization design of the system.

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Dong, Hao / Zhang, Hao Qin / Zhao, Xiao Long / et al: Study on dynamic load-sharing characteristics of face gear dual-power split transmission system with backlash, support and spline clearance. 2021. Copernicus Publications.

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