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SU1193335A1
SU1193335A1 SU843691004A SU3691004A SU1193335A1 SU 1193335 A1 SU1193335 A1 SU 1193335A1 SU 843691004 A SU843691004 A SU 843691004A SU 3691004 A SU3691004 A SU 3691004A SU 1193335 A1 SU1193335 A1 SU 1193335A1
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Анатолий Трофимович Белобаба
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SPEED TRANSMISSION, containing the body, the input and the second shaft, central wheels with external and internal teeth, fixed respectively in the body and on you. , 0, fjg / .4 About the walking shaft, the first carrier, mounted on the input shaft, and satellites coupled in pairs, one of which interacts with the central wheel with external teeth, and the other with internal teeth, characterized in that The purpose of expanding technological capabilities is due to the free running of the output shaft while the input is stopped, the transmission is equipped with a second carrier installed coaxially with the first rotatably relative to it and carrying satellites interacting with the central spit with a forest with internal teeth mi about from 00 00 ate

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The invention relates to mechanical engineering and can be used, for example, as a helicopter gearbox. The purpose of the invention is to expand the technological possibilities of transfer due to the free running of the output in the la with the input stopped. Figure 1 presents the structural scheme of the gear; figure 2 is a view of And figure 1; on fig.Z section bb in figure 2; Fig. 4 is a section B-B in Fig. 2. A gear transmission includes a housing 1 with a central wheel 2 rigidly mounted therein with internal teeth. The second central wheel with outer teeth is mounted on the output shaft 4. A carrier 6 is installed on the input shaft 5, carrying a satellite 7, interacting with the central wheel 3 with the outer teeth and coupled to satellites interacting with the central wheel 2 with internal teeth and placed in the second carrier 9, mounted coaxially with the carrier 6 with the possibility of rotation relative to it at a certain angle, bounded by the stacks placed on the first carrier (not shown). The satellites 7 and 8 are installed respectively on the axes x 10 and 11, on which the bearing washers 12 and 13 are mounted, whose radii are equal to the radii of the pitch circle / H
The 352 of them have the corresponding satellites 7 and 8. The gear gear works as follows. When the input shaft 5 and the carrier 6 rotate, forces from it through the support shields 12 and 13 are transmitted to the second carrier 9. Satellites 8, rolling on the central wheel 2 with internal teeth, cause the satellite 7 to rotate, the last central wheel 3 s external teeth output shaft 4. When stopping the input shaft 5 drove 9 with satellites 8 continues to rotate by inertia until it stops in the limiters, causing the satellites 7 and 8 to be disengaged from one another. The kinematic chain will break. The central wheel 3 and the output shaft 4 will rotate freely. When the angular velocity is communicated to the input shaft 5, the satellites 7 again, moving together with the carrier 6, will engage with the satellite 8. The thrust washers will come into contact, and the torque from the input shaft 5 will again be transmitted to the central wheel 3 and the output shaft 4. The feasibility of the transmission lies in the expansion of its technological capabilities, which is inherent in gears with overrunning clutches, which reduces the consumption of materials in the gearbox.
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  1. <5 * 0 GEAR TRANSMISSION, comprising a housing, input and output shafts, central wheels with external and internal teeth, fixed in the housing and on the output shaft, respectively, the first carrier mounted on the input shaft and coupled to each other satellites, one of which interacts with the central wheel with external teeth, and the other with internal, characterized in that, in order to expand technological capabilities due to the free movement of the output shaft when the input is stopped, the transmission is equipped with a second carrier, installed coaxial with the first one with the possibility of rotation relative to it and bearing satellites interacting with the central skew with the forest with internal teeth. ®
SU843691004A 1984-01-18 1984-01-18 Gearing SU1193335A1 (en)

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RU2452884C1 (en) * 2008-05-02 2012-06-10 ЭмБиАй КО., ЛТД. Unidirectional transmission for motor

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Брашухин И.П. Проектирование и конструкции вертолетов.-М.: Оборонгиз, 1955j с.264, фиг.221. Кожевников С.Н. и др. Механизмы . - М.: Машиностроение, 1976, с.200, оис.3.118. (Б ) *

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RU2452884C1 (en) * 2008-05-02 2012-06-10 ЭмБиАй КО., ЛТД. Unidirectional transmission for motor

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