PD ISO/TR 10064-1:2019 - Code of inspection practice. Measurement of cylindrical gear tooth flanks

PD ISO/TR 10064-1:2019

Code of inspection practice. Measurement of cylindrical gear tooth flanks

Status : Current   Published : October 2019

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This document supplements ISO 1328-1:2013. It provides a code of practice dealing with measurements on flanks of individual cylindrical involute gears, i.e. with the measurement of pitch, profile, helix and tangential composite characteristics. It describes measuring equipment, provides advice for gear measuring methods and for the analysis of measurement results, and discusses the interpretation of results.

Measurements using a double flank tester are not included (see ISO/TR 10064-2). This document only applies to involute gears.




Standard NumberPD ISO/TR 10064-1:2019
TitleCode of inspection practice. Measurement of cylindrical gear tooth flanks
StatusCurrent
Publication Date03 October 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 21771, ISO 53, ISO 14638, ISO 17450-1, ISO 18653, ISO 22514-7, ISO/TR 10064-4, ISO/TR 10064-3, ISO 54, ISO 17450-2, ISO 15530-3, ISO 14253-2, ISO/TR 10064-5, ISO 14253-1, ISO 701, ISO 1122-1, ISO/TR 10064-2:1996, ISO 1328-1:2013
ReplacesPD ISO/TR 10064-1:2017
International RelationshipsISO/TR 10064-1:2019
DescriptorsAccuracy, Helical shape, Gear parameters, Gear drives, Dimensional tolerances, Verification, Data analysis, Helical gears, Spur gears, Inspection, Profile
ICS21.200
Title in FrenchCode pratique de réception Partie 1: Mesure des flancs dentaires cylindriques
CommitteeMCE/5/-/2
ISBN978 0 539 03635 0
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages98
File Size18.27 MB
Price£274.00


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