Gear sets serve to transfer rotational motion and torque at a known ratio from one driveline axis to another. Simscape™ Driveline™ contains angular gears for transferring rotational motion and torque and linear gears, for transferring translational motion and force. Determine how heat generation affects the efficiency and temperature of driveline components using thermal variants of gear blocks.
|Compound Planetary Gear
|Planetary gear train with stepped planet gear set
|High-ratio speed reducer based on cycloidal disc motion
|Gear mechanism that allows driven shafts to spin at different speeds
|Double-Pinion Planetary Gear
|Planetary gear train with two meshed planet gear sets
|High-ratio speed reducer based on elastic deformation of an elliptical gear
|Reduce velocity difference between two connected shafts
|Gear train with sun, planet, and ring gears
|Planetary gear with two sun gears and two planet gear sets
|Simple gear of base and follower wheels with adjustable gear ratio, friction losses, and triggered faults
|Simple Gear with Variable Efficiency
|Gear set with parallel-axis rotation and variable meshing efficiency
|Worm gear with adjustable gear ratio and friction losses
Planetary Gear Subcomponents
|Planetary gear set of carrier, inner planet, and outer planet wheels with adjustable gear ratio and friction losses
|Planetary gear set of carrier, planet, and ring wheels with adjustable gear ratio and friction losses
|Planetary gear set of carrier, planet, and sun wheels with adjustable gear ratio and friction losses
|Planetary gear set of carrier and beveled planet and sun wheels with adjustable gear ratio, assembly orientation, and friction losses
|Sun-Planet Worm Gear
|Planetary gear set of carrier, worm planet, and sun wheels with adjustable gear ratio, worm thread type, and friction losses
- Couple Two Spinning Inertias with a Simple Gear
Use gears to couple inertias that are spinning at the same or at different velocities.
- Couple Two Spinning Inertias with a Variable Ratio Transmission
Model a transmission that has a variable gear ratio.
- Couple Three Spinning Inertias with a Planetary Gear
Model a simple planetary gear and a planetary gear with a locked carrier.
- Custom Planetary Gear Model
Model a coupled planetary gear train.
- Model Gears with Losses
Model frictional losses in gear couplings.
- Constant and Load-Dependent Gear Efficiencies
Model power loss due to nonideal gear meshing.
- Couple Rotational Motion with Gears
Learn about the rules for coupling gears.
- Rotational-Translational Couplings
Couple rotational and translational dynamics.
- Model Thermal Losses in Driveline Components
Evaluate the effects of thermal losses on device temperature and performance.