Sensitivity Study of Temperature Profile of 4340 Spur Gear Heated by Induction Process Using 3D Model

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This paper presentsa sensitivity study using a Comsol3D model simulation for spur gear heated by induction process. Based on an adequate formulation and taking into account the material properties, a multi-physics 3D model is built to calculate the final temperature distribution determinate according the machine parameters and some geometrical factors (coil width and gap between coil and gear). Since the hardness profile is affected by thermal historic during heating, the surface temperatures are deeply analyzed versus the initial current density and the heating time using medium (MF) and high frequencies (HF). Finally, the sensitivity of hardness profile with the machine parameters variation isinvestigated using various statistical tools applied to the obtained results. The obtained results exhibits the main machine parameters and theirs effects on the hardness profile.

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736-741

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.232.736

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N. Barka et al., "Sensitivity Study of Temperature Profile of 4340 Spur Gear Heated by Induction Process Using 3D Model", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 232, pp. 736-741, 2012

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