Question Paper: Design of Machine Elements -II : Question Paper Apr 2015 - Mechanical Engineering (Semester 6) | Pune University (PU)

Design of Machine Elements -II - Apr 2015

Mechanical Engg (Semester 6)

(1) Question 1 is compulsory.
(2) Attempt any four from the remaining questions.
(3) Assume data wherever required.
(4) Figures to the right indicate full marks.

Answer any one question from Q1 and Q2

1 (a) What are the advantages and disadvantages for increasing the helix angle in helical gear.(4 marks) 1 (b) Design a pair of spur gear with 20° full-depth involute teeth based on Lewis Equation. The velocity factor is to be used to account for dynamic load. The pinion shaft is to be connected to 10kW, 1440 RPM motor. The starting torque of the motor is 150% of the rated torque. The speed reduction is 4:1. The pinion as well as gear is made of plain carbon steel 40C8 (Sut=600 N/mm2). The factor of safety as 1.5. Design the gears based on velocity factor and, determine their dimensions.
Use following data:
$$ i)\ Lewis\ form\ factor,\ Y=0.484 - \dfrac {2.87} {Z} \\ ii) \ Velocity \ factor \ C_v = \dfrac {3}{3+V} $$ iii) Number of teeth on pinion: 18
(6 marks)
10 (a) Derive the Petroff's equation for hydrodynamic bearing. State its limitations.(7 marks) 10 (b) The following data refers to short hydrodynamic full Journal bearing:
Radial Load = 1000N
Journal speed = 2100 RPM (1/d) Ratio=0.5
Eccentricity ratio=0.65
Radial clearance=0.002×journal radius
Flow rate of lubricant = 3.45 litres per hour
i) the diameter of journal
ii) the radial clearance
iii) the dimensions of bearing
iv) the minimum oil film thickness
v) the absolute viscosity of lubricant
(11 marks)
2 (a) A spur gear pair with 20° full depth involute tooth profile consist of 18 teeth pinion meshing with 36 teeth gear. The pinion & gear is made of steel with ultimate tensile strength 600 N/mm2 & 510 N/mm2 respectively, the module is 5 mm while the face width is 10 x module. The surface hardness of pinion & gear are 330 BHN & 280 BHN respectively.
i) Beam strength
ii) Wear strength
(6 marks)
2 (b) What are different mountings of bevel gear Explain any one with sketch.(4 marks)

Answer any one question from Q3 and Q4

3 (a) A right hand 18 teeth pinion meshes with 40 teeth helical gear mounted on parallel shaft. The pinion is to be driven by 22 KW, 1440 RPM motor. The tooth system is 20° full Depth involute, while helix angle 23° & normal module is 6mm. Determine the components of tooth forces.(4 marks) 3 (b) Write selection of bearing from manufacturer's catalogue.(6 marks) 4 (a) Differentiate between Spiral bevel with Hypoid bevel gear with sketch.(4 marks) 4 (b) A radial load acting on ball bearing is 2500N for first five revolutions and reduces to 1500 N for next ten revolution the load variation repeats itself. The expected life of bearing is 25 million revolutions. Determine the dynamic load carrying capacity of bearing.(6 marks)

Answer any one question from Q5 and Q6

5 (a) Derive an expression for the efficiency of worm gear pair.(5 marks) 5 (b) A worm transmitting 2.2 kW power at 1000 RPM drives a worm gear rotating at 20 RPM. The pitch diameter of the right hand, single start worm is 60mm. The transverse pitch of the worm gear is 15.7mm, while the normal pressure angle is 14.5°. The worm is above the worm gear and rotates in clockwise direction as viewed from the right side.
i) The components of tooth forces acting on the worm and worm gear along with directions and free body diagram.
ii) The efficiency of worm gear pair.
iii) The power lost in friction.
iv) The designation of worm gear pair.
The coefficient of friction between the worm and worm gear teeth is 0.0406.
(11 marks)
6 (a) In a design of worm gear pair why worm gear governs the design.(3 marks) 6 (b) A worm gear pair 2/30/10/8 consist of worm gear made of phosphor bronze with Sut-245N/mm2 & worm made of case hardened steel with Sut-700N/mm2. The coefficient of friction between the worm & worm gear is 0.04 while normal pressure angle is 207deg;. The wear factor of worm gear teeth is 0.825 N/mm2. The fan is used for which overall heat transfer coefficient is 22/w/m2 /°C. The permissible temperature rise for the lubricating oil above the atmospheric temperature is 45°C. The worm rotates at 720 RPM. Assume service factor 1.25. Determine the input power rating based on,
i) Beam strength
ii) Wear strength.
iii) Thermal consideration
Also. Suggest the input power that the worm gear can take. Use following data,
Lewise form factor - $$ Y= 0.484 - \dfrac {2.87} {Z_g} $$ Velocity factor - $$ C_v = \dfrac {6}{6+V_g} $$ Area of housing A=1.14×10-4×a1.7. m2
Where a=center distance in mm.
(13 marks)

Answer any one question from Q7 and Q8

7 (a) A pulley of 1000mm diameter is driven by an open type flat belt from 25 KW, 1440 RPM electric motor. The pulley on motor shaft is 250mm in diameter and the center distance between the two shaft is 2m. The allowable tensile stress for the belt material is 2N/mm2 and coefficient of friction between belt and pulley is 0.28. The density of belt material is 900 kg/m3. If the width of belt is 125mm,
i) Thickness of belt.
i) Length of belt.
iii) Initial tension required in the belt.
(12 marks)
7 (b) What are the different belt tensioning methods, Explain any one with neat sketch.(4 marks) 8 (a) Draw neat sketch of 6×7 and 6×19 rope.(6 marks) 8 (b) Give the classification of chain. Explain polygonal effect of chain.(4 marks) 8 (c) Explain selection of V belt from manufactures catalogue.(6 marks)

Answer any one question from Q9 and Q10

9 (a) The following data is given for a 360° hydrodynamic bearings.
Radial load =3.2 KN.
Journal diameter=50 mm.
Bearing length=50mm
Journal speed = 1490 RPM.
Radial clearance = 50 microns.
Viscosity of lubricants=25 cP.
Density of lubricant=860 kg/m3. Specific heat of lubricant =1.76 KJ/kg°c
Assume that the total heat generated in the bearing is carried by the total oil flow in the bearing. Calculate:
i) Minimum oil ? film thickness;
ii) Coefficient of friction;
iii) Power lost in friction;
iv) Total flow rate of lubricant in litres/min;
v) Side leakage;
vi) Temperature rise

l/d ho/c ε S (r/c)f Q/rens1 Qs/Q Pmax/P
1.0 0.2 0.8 0.0446 1.70 4.62 0.842 3.195
0.4 0.6 0.121 3.22 4.33 0.680 2.409
0.6 0.4 0.264 5.79 3.99 0.497 2.066
0.8 0.2 0.631 12.8 3.59 0.280 1.890

Dimensionless parameters for Full Journal Bearings.(12 marks) 9 (b) Explain design variables and performance variable of Hydrodynamic bearing.(6 marks)

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