involute spline

involute spline

[¦in·və¦lüt ′splīn]
(design engineering)
A spline having the same general form as involute gear teeth, except that the teeth are one-half the depth and the pressure angle is 30°.
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In the future, a detailed design of the invention will be further studied by considering involute spline profiles as well as by calculating the optimal hot clearances of both thrust bearings and turbine hub-shaft coupling by means of elastoaerodynamic analysis of the thrust foil bearing lubrication.
Li, "Metal flowing of involute spline cold roll-beating forming," Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering, vol.
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Cui [7] analyzed the high-speed cold roll-beating of an involute spline by studying the relationship between cold roll-beating and workpiece forming motion using a mathematical model of the forming process of the dynamic response and stress wave.
analyzed the influences of the contact length, friction coefficient, spline wall thickness on the contact stress, and slip distribution of aviation involute spline couplings using a finite element method [20].
This one is mounted on tool slider, which can execute in the same time the feed and rotation movement, due to universal joint and involute spline joints.
The high slip mechanism has a heat-treated steel spline sleeve with nylon-coated involute spline, housed in a metallic seal housing tube
The metal flow law and deformation mechanism of the involute spline were revealed from the macroperspective by analyzing the involute spline cold roll-beating process [13].
In addition, the EX-Tend involute spline has more teeth than previous standards and is cold formed or rolled providing what Rockford feels is a stronger and easier sliding mechanism.