Variante de asamblare
Pentru a atasa transmisiile cardanice la mecanisme de transmisie si osii sunt necesare diferite tipuri de asamblǎri. Sunt disponibile urmǎtoarele tipuri de flanse (standard ISO): XS
Flansǎ cu angrenare pozitivǎ (Positive engagement)
Flansa cu danturǎ in x (XS) este utilizatǎ tot mai mult datoritǎ avantajelor sale tehnice si economice si va fi preferatǎ in viitor.
Avantajele acestui tip de flansǎ sunt:
(Positive engagement of serrations) Angrenarea pozitivǎ a danturii
Necesitǎ un timp mai scurt de montare
Sistemul de fixare cu suruburi este simplificat
Se utilizeazǎ mai putine suruburi
Complexitate redusǎ a . (Reduced stock complexity)
Pozitia de asamblare este clar definitǎ
Se utilizeazǎ piulite cu blocare automatǎ Use of self-locking nuts
Numǎrul variantelor de flanse
10 Flanse DIN
4 Flanse cu danturǎ in x ISO 12667
12 Flanse SAE
Variante si combinatii de transmisii cardanice Variantele principale sunt:
Transmisie cardanicǎ cu compensare axialǎ
(fixǎ si mobilǎ)
Transmisie cardanicǎ fǎrǎ compensare
axialǎ, cu cuplu maestru/imbunǎtǎtit
(Cardan shaft without length compensation with
(fixǎ si de mijloc)
Transmisie cardanicǎ cu cuplu scurt / intermediarǎ si compensare axialǎ (Short coupled cardan shaft with length compensation)
sleeve yoke/sleeve muff
sleeve= manson, bucsa, mufa, tambur, cilindru, stut, niplu, cuzinet]
yoke = furca, travee, etrier, colier, brida
muff = cuplaj, manson, bucsa
Designul liniei de transmisie cardanicǎ poate varia in functie de utilizare, de exemplu:
Ansamblu de arbori cu ax central de lungime fixǎ
si transmisie cardanicǎ cu compensare axialǎ Shaft assembly with fixed-length midship shaft and cardan shaft with length compensation
Ansamblu de arbori cu compensare axialǎ
si suprafatǎ de reazem centralǎ Alte variante disponibile la
cerere. Shaft assembly with
length compensationin midship bearing area Additional variants on request.
Variante speciale- ex:
Nu necesitǎ intretinere, temperaturǎ crescutǎ/scǎzutǎ, constructie cu izolatie fonicǎ etc. la cerere.
Arbori cardanici cu compensare axialǎ
fǎrǎ compensare axialǎ cu cuplu central Cardan
shaft without length compensation with midship
Ansamblu de arbori cu compensare axialǎ in suprafata de reazem centralǎ Shaft assembly with length compensation in midship bearing area
Arbore cardanic intermediar
cu compensare axialǎ Short coupled cardan shaft with length compensation Design Cilindru - Furcǎ Sleeve-Yoke-Design
Arbore cardanic intermediar
cu compensare axialǎ Short coupled cardan shaft with length compensation Design Cilindru Bucsǎ Sleeve-Muff-Design
Arbore cardanic cu compensare axialǎ si articulatie dublǎ pe ambele pǎrti Cardan shaft with length compensation and centred double joint on both sides
Arbore cardanic cu compensare axialǎ si articulatie dublǎ pe o singurǎ parte Cardan shaft with length compensation and centered double joint on one side
Flanse de asamblare - model X Serration flange fittings (XS)
Flanse de asamblare - model DIN
Flanse de asamblare -
Cinematica articulatiilor Hooke
In cadrul teoriei mecanicii articulatia cardanicǎ, numitǎ si articulatia Hooke, este definitǎ ca fiind o unitate de actionare spatialǎ sau sfericǎ cu raport de transmisie neuniform. Modul de transmisie al acestei articulatii este descries prin ecuatia urmǎtoare:
theory of mechanics the cardan joint or Hooke's joint is defined as a spatial
or spherical drive unit with a non-uniform gear ratio or transmission. The
transmission behaviour of this joint is described by the equation.
In aceastǎ ecuatie reprezintǎ momentul unghiului de rotatie al axului 2. Miscarea capetelor antrenante si a celor antrenate este descrisǎ in diagrama de mai jos. Miscarea asincronǎ si / sau omocinematicǎ a axului 2 este descrisǎ prin oscilarea periodicǎ a liniei asincronice in jurul liniei sincronice (linia intreruptǎ).
momentary rotation angle of the driven shaft 2. The motion behaviour of the
driving and the driven ends is shown in the following diagram. The asynchronous
and / or non-homokinematic running of the shaft 2 is shown in the periodical
oscilation of the asynchronous line round
the synchronous line (dotted
O valoare a neuniformitǎtii este datǎ de diferenta dintre unghiurile de rotatie si sau raportul de transmisie dintre vitezele unghiulare si .
measure for the non-uniformity is the difference of the rotation angles and
the transmission ratio of the angular speeds and
Pusǎ in ecuatie, inseamnǎ: a) diferenta unghiului de rotatie
Expressed by an equation, that means: a) rotation angle difference
(numitǎ si eroare cardanicǎ)
b) Raportul de transmisie
2. Arborele universal
Diferenta unghiului de rotatie sau eroarea cardanicǎ a unui arbore universal curbat
poate fi compensatǎ in anumite conditii de instalare cu ajutorul altui arbore universal. Solutiile constructive sunt urmǎtoarele:
The rotation angle difference or
the gimbal error of a deflected universal joint can be offset under certain
installation conditions with a second universal joint. The constructive
solutions are the following:
1) Unghiurile de curbare ale ambilor arbori trebuie sǎ fie egale, adicǎ:
The deflection angles of both joints must be equal, i.e.
Existǎ douǎ posibiliǎti de montare: Two arrangements are possible:
2) Cei doi arbori trebuie sǎ se afle in relatie unghiularǎ cinematicǎ de 90° ( / 2), adicǎ furcile arborelui de legǎturǎ sǎ se afle in acelasi plan.
joints must have a kinematic angular relationship of 90° (
/ 2), i.e. the yokes of the connecting shaft are in one plane.
Pentru un studiu mai amǎnuntit al cinematicii arborilor universali puteti consulta recomandarea 2722 a VDI (Asociatia Inginerilor Germani), literatura tehnicǎ relevantǎ si mai ales cartea ,,Kardangelenkgetriebe und ihre Anwendung' (Actionǎrile arborilor cardanici si aplicatiile acestora) scrisǎ de Florian Duditza si publicatǎ de VDI.
For a more intensive study of universal shaft kinematics we refer you to the VDI-recommendation 2722 to the relevant technical literature and especially to the book ,,Kardangelenkgetriebe und ihre Anwendung' (Cardan joint drives and their application) by Florian Duditza, published by VDI.
technical terms of propshaft application
Pentru a utiliza arborii din seria Compact 2000 s-au creat o metodǎ de calcul si un software speciale. Aceastǎ metodǎ de calcul se bazeazǎ pe termeni fizici generali si mǎsurǎtori effectuate pe vehicule reale.
application of propshafts of the series Compact 2000 a special calculation
method and software has been developed. This calculation method is based on
general physical terms and additional experiences of real vehicle measurements.
Termenii fundamentali ai metodei "VAMP" (Metodǎ de aplicare a arborilor la vehicule) se referǎ la:
fundamental items of the 'VAMP-method' (Vehicle Application Method
for Propshafts) reflect to:
conditiile de operare
valorile caracteristice ale arborilor din seria Compact 2000
cerintele speciale ale clientilor
Astfel, se verificǎ urmǎtorii parametrii:
Criteria for fatigue strength is the maximum generated torque in the driveline under normal operating conditions.
a) cuplul motor maxim
b) momentul maxim de aderentǎ the maximum adhesion torque
In relation to the relevant criterion the size of propshaft with the sufficient static capacity Tcs is determined. Up to this torque limit a shaft can be loaded without disturbing the function of the driveline.
The structural strength is based on the maximum torque which can occur under extreme conditions or misuse. Limitations which refer to the adhesion torque are also taken into account.
Relatia de vitezǎ maximǎ din timpul utilizǎrii ? the relation of the maximum speed during
Excitarea vibratiilor de torsiune generate de viteza arborelui si unghiul de lucru the excitation of torsional vibrations generated by propshaft speed and working angle
In cele din urmǎ se va recomanda mǎrimea optimǎ a arborelui.
Pentru a identifica valorile
caracteristice specifice, de exemplu comportamentul dinamic special al
tansmisiilor, putem sprijini clientii prin efectuarea de simulǎri
si mǎsurǎtori ale vehiculului.
To identify specific characteristical values of e.g. special dynamic behaviour of drivelines we can support the customers with simulation calculations and vehicle measurements.
Vǎ rugǎm sǎ contactati expertii nostri in aplicatii pentru orice alte probleme.
Cum se pot solicita informatii sau depune comenzi
Procesarea solicitǎrilor de informatii si a comenzilor de arbori cu articulatii universale va fi mai usoarǎ si mai rapidǎ dacǎ ne oferiti informatii referitoare la:
In timp ce se roteste articulatia universalǎ are While rotating, the universal joint has a sinuslike, fluctuating angular speed depending on the deflection angle. As described in detail in the chapter ,,General fundamental theory', this system-linked fault can be offset for a driving line equipped with two or more joints by choosing special joint arrangements.
When dimensioning the drive or the auxlliarv drive, the following rules must be observed in practice:
Angle conditions of the universal shaft
1. Ax cu douǎ articulatii Shaft with two joints
The deflection angles of the joints must be equal: =
This rule is also applicable to front view and top view pictures.
The joint yokes of the connecting shaft must be in one plane.
All three shafts must be in one plane.
Note: All these three rules must be observed simultaneously.
A joint arrangement in two planes must be avoided if possible. lt is always given when the driving and driven shafts are not in the same plane. If this arrangement is unavoidable and rigid on the installation side, this ,,fault' can be kinematically compensated by a joint misalignment.
For the resulting deflection angles the following equations are applicable:
2. Shaft with three joints
In cases where greater distances between units have to be bridged, the universal shaft must be supported by an additional, mostly elastic, bearing.
In order to keep the remaining irregularity in the drive (joint 3) as small as possible, the sum of all irregulanties of the individualjoints must be equal to or almost equal to zero.
(See 'Kinematics of Hooke's joints')
The signs must be entered according to the following sign rule. Here the sign rule is:
for the joint position
for the joint position
The remaining non-uniformity if any should not be greater than:
The minimization of the remaining non-uniformity can also be achieved by the so-called equivalent deflection angle erfolgen.
The sign rule is also applicable here.
The equivalent deflection angle = 3° is the equivalent deflection angle of a single joint which corresponds with a degree of non-uniformity U = 0,0027.
3. Shafts with several joints
In case of an arrangement with more than three joints proceed as described above.
General recommendations for lorry drives:
For fast-running drive shafts observe the instructions on
the transverse whirling speeds for installation length.
Choose small resulting deflection angles for the main
Minimize the angular difference between the joints and the remaining inequaltity
If these recommendations are not observed, one must reckon with vibrations and noises and with a reduced driving comfort as well as with a reduced lifetime of the units.
Deflection of joints in two planes
If a 'classic shaft arrangement' cannot be realized and the joint deflection cannot be changed, this can be offset by turning the joints. For this shaft arrangement the Installation rule that the resulting deflections of the joints must be equal remains in force, i.e.
Plane 1 formed by the driving
shaft 1 and the connecting shaft 2 on the one hand and Plane II formed by the
connecting shaft 2 and the driven shaft 3 on the other hand form the angle which
is offset by turning the joints correspondingly.
The torsion angle is determined as follows:
The rotation direction results ifom the side view, i.e. joint 1 must be turned to plane 1 by the angle .
The shaft must be mounted according to these statements and this before a possible balancing. This position of the joints must be marked with arrows.
lnfluence of speed
and deflection angle
The permissible speed of the universal joint shaft is influenced by the following parameters:
size of the shaft
widening of the yokes due to centrifugal force
quality of balancing
true running of the connected flanges
deflection angle during operation
length of the shaft
Speed x deflection angle
Theoretical considerations and observations of various applications have shown that certain mass acceleration moments of the centre part of the shaft must not be exceeded if a quiet running of the shaft drives is to be achieved. This mass acceleration moment depends on the speed n, the deflection angle ß and the mass moment of inertia of the centre part of the shaft.
The mechanically possible deflection angle for each joint depends on the size of the shaft. Owing to the kinematic conditions of the universal joint described before, the practical deflection angle must be limited in relation to the rotational speed.
The following table shows the max. speeds and the max. permissible values for the product
of the various shaft sizes for
a moment of inertia of the centre part according to a shaft length of approx.
When approaching the critical rotational speed and in the light of the demand of maintenance of balance quality (see Balancing of Propeller shafts ) , it may be necessary to reduce the rotational speed.
Since the quiet running of the universal shaft in practice also largely depends on the installation conditions, the n x ß values shown in the table can only be regarded as a guidance. Slightly higher values are possible. In case of favourable spring and mass conditions the values may be exceeded by up to 50 %.
Transverse whirling speed
Universal shafts are flexible elastic units, which must be calculated considering the bending vibrations and the transverse whirling speed.
For reasons of safety the max. perm. operating speed must be sufficiently below the transverse whirling speed.
The diagram on the end of this page shows the transverse whirling speeds of the varbus shaft sizes depending on the operating lengths and the tube dimensions shown in the catalogue.
The diagram values apply to normal installation conditions with a supposed distance of the centre point of the joint shaft from the adjacent bearing equal to 3 x M and a rigid suspension of the connected units.
In order to achieve a safe and quiet running behaviour the max. perm. operating speed, i.e. including a possible excess speed, must not exceed 80 % of the transverse whirling speed shown in the diagram.
If the permissible speed is
exceeded, the length of the universal shaft must be reduced or an intermediate
bearing must be provided.
The following diagrams only refer to universal shafts of the standard design. For special designs with greater length compensations than normal or with other alterations reducing the flexural strength a special calculation of the critical speed is required. In this case please ask our advice.
Transverse whirling speed of cardan shafts dependent on operating length
Load on connection
The bearings of the driving and the driven shafts are strained by statle and dynamic forces and moments.
These bearing forces result from:
Static bad due to
the weight of the universal shaft
the length compensation under torque
the torque deviation in case of deflected universal shafts
Dynamic bad due to
the remaining unbalance of the shafts
the aperiodical length compensation (axle movement) under torque
the torque deviation in case of rotating, deflected shafts and
centrifugal forces in case of untrue running of the connected units
Bearing forces due to torque deviation
The torque equation for a deflected joint is:
(See 'General fundamental theory ')
If the transmitted power (N) is taken as constant (no friction losses), the torque relation can also be es follows:
The extremes of the transmission i are:
Bearing forces due to Iengh alteration
With a constant drive capacity resp. with a constant drive torque and a constant angular drive velocity an irregular torque behaviour is obtained in the drive. Since the torque is only transmitted in the journal cross plane, the cross, however, has a horizontal position with regard to the drive shaft at one moment and a vertical position with regard to the driven shaft at another moment, depending on the position of the yoke, there is, in the former case, a bending torque on the yoke of the driven shaft and, in the latter case, a bending torque on the yoke of the driving shaft.
Thus the driven torque fluctuates twice per rotation between the extreme values
/ cos ß and * cos ß
= 0°; 180°
= 90°; 270°
The universal shaft with two joints in the Z-arrangement shown is Ioaded with the following moments. Here, as for the single joint, only the two extreme positions are shown.
= 90°; 270°
= 0°; 180°
Radial forces on connecting bearings
For universal shafts with two joints mounted normally while observing the installation instructions it is usually enough to know the greatest reaction forces in the bearings of the driving and driven shafts, which occur two times per rotation. The following calculation scheme may be helpful. (See 'Calculation scheme')
Axial forces on connecting bearings
Axial forces on connecting bearings are encountered in the form of reaction forces due to:
displacement of the engine / transmission and / or transfer box units
These axial forces are a function of:
the amounts of torque to be transmitted
the sectional dimensions of Ion gitudinal compensating elements
the friction coefficient in Ion gitudinal compensating elements
the deflection angles of the cardan shaft under operating conditions
the relative dynamic displacement of engine and transmission units
additional loads due to hydraulic effects arising when the grease
chamber in the Ion gitudinal displacement system is filled beyond capacity
Calculation scheme of radial forces on connecting bearings
Universal shaft in Z-arrangement
Universal shaft in
The operating length of a universal shaft is determined by:
the distance between the driving and the driven units
the length compensation during operation
The following abbreviations are used:
Lz = Compressed length
This is the shortest length of the shaft. A further compression is not possible.
La = Length compensation
The universal shaft can be expanded by this factor La is a constant factor for each universal shaft. An expansion beyond that factor is not permissible.
Lz + La = Max. perm. operating length LBmax.
During operation the universal shaft can be expanded up to this length. The optimum working length LB of a universal shaft is achieved if the length compensation is extracted by one-third of its length.
This rough rule appiles to most of the arrangements. For
applications where larger length alterations are expected the operating Iength
should be chosen in such a way that the movement will be within the limit of
the permissible length compensation.
Arrangements of cardan shafts
A tandem arrangement of universal shafts could become necessary
to cope with greater installation lengths
to by-pass construction units
Basic forms of shaft combinations:
Universal shaft with intermediate shaft
Universal shaft with two intermediate shafts
2 universal shafts with double intermediate bearing
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