Spur and helical gear cutting

Start Date
24/07/2017

End Date
18/08/2017

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18/08/2017

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Asimava Roychoudhury
Indian Institute of Technology - Kaharagpur
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Engineering
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Undergraduate
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ABOUT THE COURSE

These lectures would introduce the basic principles of spur and helical gear machining to the reader. First – the concept of spur and helical gears would be introduced, followed by their uses, applications, nomenclature etc. A discussion on some commonly used machine elements would follow, which are required in subsequent lectures. Next, the concept of gear milling (including simple and differential indexing), gear shaping and gear hobbing for machining both straight spur and helical gears would be discussed. At every stage – there would be discussions on a number of numerical problems and multiple choice questions.
 
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INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • Mechanical
  • Production
  • Industrial Engineering

PRE-REQUISITES 
  • Workshop Technology

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  • Gear manufacturing industries 

COURSE LAYOUT

Week 1: Introduction to spur and helical Gears : 

Week 2: Milling of spur Gears : 

Week 3: Gear Shaping: 

Week 4: Gear Hobbing : 

SUGGESTED READING

1. Principles of Machine Tools  -  A Bhattacharya

 

  2. Workshop Technology, W A J Chapman, Vol II

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Faculty

Asimava Roychoudhury


Prof. Asimava Roy Choudhury received his B.E, (Mechanical) Degree from Jadavpur University in 1983, M.Tech. (Machine Tools Engg) from IIT Kharagpur in 1984 and Ph.D. (Engg) from IIT Kharagpur in 1999. 

Asimava Roy Choudhury is at present a professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department of IIT Kharagpur. His interests include: Computer numerical control, Direct slicing in Rapid Prototyping, Non-traditional manufacturing processes and Laser coating of surfaces.

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