A Study of Forces Acting on Rings for Metal Pushing V-Belt Type CVT

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  • 970686

Published:
  • 1997-02-24
Citation:
Yoshida, H., "A Study of Forces Acting on Rings for Metal Pushing V-Belt Type CVT," SAE Technical Paper 970686, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/970686.
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8
Abstract:
Four forces act in rings for a metal pushing V-belt. These forces are: two kinds of intercepting forces which prevent blocks from going outside of pulleys (one caused by pulley thrust, the other caused by centrifugal force), frictional force acting between the rings and the blocks, and bending force in longitudinal direction.In the previous paper (1)(2)(3)(5), distribution of three forces, excluding centrifugal force, were presented at low belt speed. We successfully measured all four kinds of forces including centrifugal force continuously at practical operation conditions for layered rings. In this paper, distribution of these four forces on the innermost ring is described at steady states.
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