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Efficiency of spiral gears
Efficiency =(cos(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1+Angle of friction)*Pitch circle diameter of gear 2*Speed of gear 2)/(cos(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1-Angle of friction)*Pitch circle diameter of gear 1*Speed of gear 1) GO
Efficiency of spiral gears
Efficiency =(cos(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1+Angle of friction)*cos(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1))/(cos(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1-Angle of friction)*cos(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1)) GO
Work output on the driver
Work output=Resultant reaction at the point of contact*cos(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1-Angle of friction)*pi*Pitch circle diameter of gear 1*Speed of gear 1 GO
Force applied tangentially on the driver
Force applied tangentially on the driver=Resultant reaction at the point of contact*cos(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1-Angle of friction) GO
Shaft angle
Shaft angle=Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1+Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1 GO

### Axial thrust on driver Formula

Axial thrust on the driver=Force applied tangentially on the driver*tan(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1)
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## What is axial thrust in gears?

The force that acts in the Z-axis direction is defined as the axial force Fx (N) or thrust . Analyzing these forces is very important when designing gears. In designing a gear, it is important to analyze these forces acting upon the gear teeth, shafts, bearings, etc.

## How to Calculate Axial thrust on driver?

Axial thrust on driver calculator uses Axial thrust on the driver=Force applied tangentially on the driver*tan(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1) to calculate the Axial thrust on the driver, Axial thrust on driver refers to a propelling force applied along the axis (also called axial direction) of an object in order to push the object against a platform in a particular direction. Axial thrust on the driver and is denoted by Fa1 symbol.

How to calculate Axial thrust on driver using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Axial thrust on driver, enter Force applied tangentially on the driver (F1) and Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1 1) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Axial thrust on driver calculation can be explained with given input values -> 9 = 9*tan(45).

### FAQ

What is Axial thrust on driver?
Axial thrust on driver refers to a propelling force applied along the axis (also called axial direction) of an object in order to push the object against a platform in a particular direction and is represented as Fa1=F1*tan(α1) or Axial thrust on the driver=Force applied tangentially on the driver*tan(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1). Force applied tangentially on the driver is any interaction that, when unopposed, will change the motion of an object and Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1 is the angle between the tooth trace and an element of the pitch cone, and corresponds to the helix angle in helical teeth.
How to calculate Axial thrust on driver?
Axial thrust on driver refers to a propelling force applied along the axis (also called axial direction) of an object in order to push the object against a platform in a particular direction is calculated using Axial thrust on the driver=Force applied tangentially on the driver*tan(Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1). To calculate Axial thrust on driver, you need Force applied tangentially on the driver (F1) and Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1 1). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Force applied tangentially on the driver and Spiral angles of gear teeth for gear 1 and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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