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Optimal Design of Gerotor with Combined Lobe Profiles (Ellipse 1-Elliptical Involute-Ellipse 2)
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Optimal Design of Gerotor with Combined Lobe Profiles (Ellipse 1-Elliptical Involute-Ellipse 2)
Kwak, Hyo Seo; Li, Sheng Huan; Kim, Chul;
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A gerotor can be manufactured in a miniature size because it has a high discharge per cycle and a simple structure. Gerotors are widely used for the lubrication oil of an engine and as the hydraulic source of an automatic transmission. Recently, improvements in fuel efficiency and noise reduction have come to the fore in the automobile industry, and it has been necessary for better fuel efficiency to continuously improve the flow rate and noise of internal gear pumps through the optimal design of the gerotor and port shape. In this study, gerotors were generated based on the equations derived for a lobe shape with multiple profiles (ellipse 1-elliptical involute-ellipse 2). The ranges of the design parameters were considered to prevent a cusp and loop. In addition, the optimal lobe shape was obtained by determining the influence of the lobe shape on the performances (flow rate, irregularity, etc.), according to the values of the design parameters.
Gerotor;Combined Lobe Shape;Elliptical Involute;Flow Rate;Irregularity;
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연비개선 및 소음저감을 위한 지로터 최적설계 (타원 1-타원형 인벌루트-타원2),곽효서;이승환;김철;

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