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Week 2

Machine Element
Design New Approach

Week Content
Terminologies
Building the Foundation of Machine Element Design
Manufacturing Consideration (Process & Planning)
Examples on Machine Element Design
Belts
Chains
Gears
Springs

Terminologies
What is a Machine ?
A device consisting of fixed and moving parts that modifies
mechanical energy and transmits it in a more useful form

Terminologies
What is an Element
All the machines are made up of elements or parts and units.
Each element is a separate part of the machine and it may have to be designed
separately and in assembly.
Each element in turn can be a complete part or made up of several small pieces
which are joined together by riveting, welding etc.
Several machine elements are assembled together to form what we call as complete
machine.

Terminologies
What is (DFA) Design for Assembly
is a process by which products are designed with ease of assembly in mind
If a product contains fewer parts it will take less time to assemble

Building the Foundation of Machine Element Design


Types of Machines

Mechanical
Hydraulic
Pneumatic
Electrical
Complex Systems
Robotics

Building the Foundation of Machine Element Design


If we want to build up a machine what the main parameters to
be consider ?
Material

Dimension
Geometry

But how to control this 3 factors

Fourth Factor

The 4th Factor (Manufacturing)


Historical Brief
The word manufacture appeared in the 16th century and it is
derived from the Latin
manu factus which means made by hand .
Manufacturing appeared at 5000-4000 BC, the earliest forms of
manufacturing were invented by Sumerians around 3500 BC

Manufacturing Consideration
What is manufacturing?
A combination of processes applied on materials to convert it
into products

Manufacturing Consideration
What is DFM?
DFM is abbreviation for Design For Manufacturing and it
expresses a comprehensive approach to integrate the design
with production methods.
DFM includes the Manufacturing considerations

Manufacturing Considerations
was discussed from many points of view and classifications, no
doubt that all these ones must be covered under the
Manufacturing Plan.
Here we will discuss the most common Considerations
Cost
Time
Quality
Safety
Environment

The Role And Requirements Of Manufacturing Engineer


The main role is to carry out the design through planned manufacturing
processes into the desired product so, the manufacturing engineer must
have these abilities :
designing new systems and processes for the introduction of new products or for
the improvement of existing ones
working with other engineers, such as chemical engineers, mechanical
engineers, electrical engineers, to ensure all product and system requirements
examining and tendering for new equipment to ensure the highest quality at the
best price
organizing plant start-up and shut-down schedules

Examples on Machine Element Design


This Elements were chosen based on this 3 criteria
Famous and can be found in most of machines
Have many types and shapes
Dont need high based knowledge to design and manipulate

Belts
The belts or ropes are used to transmit power from
one shaft to another by means of pulleys which rotate at the
same speed or at different speeds

Belts
The amount of power transmitted depends upon the following
factors
The velocity of the belt.
The tension under which the belt is placed on the pulleys.
The conditions under which the belt is used.

Belts Classification

Type of Belt

Flat Belt
V-Belt
Circular or Robe Belt

Belt Drives

Light Drives
Medium Drives
Heavy Drives

Materials of Pulleys

Paper Pulleys

Cast Steel

Cast Iron

Timing Belt
It has other names notch belt, tooth belt and cog Belts
Advantages
No slipping happens
Constant speed during transmission than that of all belt types
Transfers direct motion for indexing and timing purposes

Material used for Belts

Balata belts

Leather Belt
Rubber Belt

Cotton Belt

Belt Failure

Shock
Load

Normal
Failure

Wear

Chains
In order to avoid slipping, steel chains are used.
The chains are made up of number of rigid links which are hinged
together by pin joints in order to provide the necessary flexibility
for wrapping round the driving and driven wheels.

Chain

Classification of Chains

Power
Transmitting
Conveyor
Chain

Block or bush chain


Bush roller chain
Silent chain

Hoisting and
hauling

Power Transmitting Chains


These chains are used for transmission of power, when the
distance between the centers of shafts is short.
These chains have provision for efficient lubrication.

Power Transmitting Chains


The power transmitting chains are of the following three types.
1. Block or bush chain
2. Bush roller chain
3. Silent chain

Transmission Chain Selection


Selection in transmission chains depend
on three factors

fatigue strength of link plate


bush and roller fatigue
pin galling (damage due to lubricate
breakdown at high loads)
therefore according to pervious factors
we will choose the suitable power and
speed so not to damage Chain parts

Chain Failures

Chain Failures

Chain Failures

Gears
The effect of slipping is to reduce the velocity ratio of the system
In precision machines, in which a definite velocity ratio is of importance (as in watch
mechanism), the only positive drive is by gears or toothed wheels.

A gear drive is also provided, when the distance between the driver and the follower is
very small.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Gear Drives


Advantages

1. It transmits exact velocity ratio.


2. It may be used to transmit large power.
3. It may be used for small center distances of shafts.
4. It has high efficiency.
5. It has reliable service.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Gear Drives


Disadvantages
1. Since the manufacture of gears require special tools and
equipment, therefore it is costlier than other drives.
2. The error in cutting teeth may cause vibrations and noise
during operation.
3. It requires suitable lubricant and reliable method of
applying it, for the proper operation of gear drives.

Gear Material

The main characteristics considered in the design of gears are:

surface fatigue limit (Ssf).

root bending fatigue limit (Sbf).

wear resistance of tooths flank.

Machinability.

Design Considerations for a Gear Drive


1. The power to be transmitted.
2. The speed of the driving gear,
3. The speed of the driven gear or the velocity ratio, and
4. The center distance

Helical Gears
A helical gear has teeth in form of helix around the gear.

The helixes may be right handed on one gear and left


handed on the other.
The pitch surfaces are cylindrical as in spur gearing, but the
teeth instead of being parallel to the axis, wind around the
cylinders helically like screw threads

Helical Gears Specifications


Helical gear teeth "curved", teeth are cut at an angle
Durable and ideal for high load applications
Plastic, brass, steel, and aluminum are the materials generally used for
manufacturing
Helical gears operate with less noise and vibration than spur gears, and at any given
time their load is distributed over several teeth, resulting in less wear.

Helical Gears Standards


The Catalog Number for KHK
stock gears is based on the
simple formula listed below

Caution in Selecting the Mating Gears.


Right hand and left hand helical gears
mate as a set.

Gear Failure

Breakage

Pitting
Plastic
Flow

Wear

Springs
A spring is a resilient member capable of providing large elastic deformation.
A spring is basically defined as an elastic body whose function is to distort when
loaded and to recover its original shape when the load is removed.
Mechanical springs are used in machines and other applications mainly

To exert force
To provide flexibility (Control of motion)
To store or absorb energy.
To measure forces

How does a spring work


Imagine you have a piece of straight steel wire about 10cm (4 in) long
something like a long paperclip you've unwrapped.
If you pull it with your fingers, it's extremely difficult to stretch it.
Coil it around a pencil and with a bit of effort you can make yourself a small but
perfectly functioning spring.
Now pull or push it with your fingers and you'll find you can stretch and squeeze it
quite easily.

Springs are great for storing or absorbing energy


. When you use a pushing or pulling force to stretch a spring, you're
using a force over a distance so, in physics terms, you're
doing work and using energy. The tighter the spring, the harder it is
to deform, the more work you have to do, and the more energy
you need

Types of springs

Special shaped
springs

wire springs
flat springs

Spring manufacturing processes


If springs are of very small diameter and the wire diameter is also small then the
springs are normally manufactured by a cold drawn process through a mangle
However, for very large springs having also large coil diameter and wire diameter one
has to go for manufacture by hot processes. First one has to heat the wire and then use
a proper mangle to wind the coils

Failure in springs

Buckling

Relaxation
Corrosion

Compression springs
with a free length more
than 4 times the mean
coil diameter may
buckle when
compressed.

The absence
of Coating

Occurs when a
spring is held at
load or cycled
under load. (Cyclic
fatigue load).

Failure in springs

Machine Element Selection


Now we know many transmitting elements how we choose between
them

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