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GOST 3480 - POWER SHAFTS OF AGRICULTURAL TRACTORS AND DRIVEN AGRICULTURAL MACHINES TYPES AND KEY PARAMETERS - (CMEA STANDARD 4460-83, CMEA STANDARD 4461-83, CMEA STANDARD 5820-86); IN PLACE OF GOST 3480-58 AND GOST 16124-70; INCORPORATES AMENDMENT 1: 11/1984 AND AMENDMENT 2: 08/1987 Organization: GOST
Date: 1976-05-27
NPFC - OO-K-220 - KEY, MACHINE Organization: NPFC
Date: 2015-11-24
Description: This specification covers the requirements for machine keys, except woodruff keys. Machine keys are used to restrict the movement of certain machine members and to retain their position as assembled.
ISO 8821 - MECHANICAL VIBRATION - BALANCING - SHAFT AND FITMENT KEY CONVENTION FIRST EDITION; (NZS/ISO 8821: 1989) Organization: ISO
Date: 1989-01-01
Description: Although the figures in this International Standard show keys of constant rectangular or square cross-section, mounted parallel to the shaft axis, this International Standard applies also to keys mounted on tapered shaft surfaces, to woodruff, gib, dowel and other special keys. The principle of the half-key convention as outlined in the definition and elsewhere is then applied as is appropriate to the particular shape and location of the special key.
ISO 21940-32 - MECHANICAL VIBRATION - ROTOR BALANCING - PART 32: SHAFT AND FITMENT KEY CONVENTION - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2012-03-15
Description: In addition to applying to keys of constant rectangular or square cross-section mounted parallel to the shaft centreline, this part of ISO 21940 also applies to keys mounted on tapered shaft surfaces, to woodruff, gibhead, dowel and other special keys. The principle of the half-key convention is applied as is appropriate to the particular shape and location of the special key.
DIN ISO 21940-32 - MECHANICAL VIBRATION - ROTOR BALANCING - PART 32: SHAFT AND FITMENT KEY CONVENTION (ISO 21940-32:2012) Organization: DIN
Date: 2012-08-01
Description: In addition to applying to keys of constant rectangular or square cross-section mounted parallel to the shaft centreline, this part of ISO 21940 also applies to keys mounted on tapered shaft surfaces, to woodruff, gibhead, dowel and other special keys. The principle of the half-key convention is applied as is appropriate to the particular shape and location of the special key.
AIA/NAS - NASM27545 - KEY, WOODRUFF, ALLOY STEEL - REV 1 Organization: AIA/NAS
Date: 2011-02-28
Description: This specification covers requirements for alloy steel woodruff keys. Keys are used to restrict the movement of certain machine members and retain their position as assembled.
ASME - ANSI B106.1M - DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION SHAFTING (SECOND PRINTING) Organization: ASME
Date: 1985-01-01
Description: Although the present design procedure ensures that the shaft is properly sized to provide adequate service life, it is not the only shaft design consideration. A shaft must also be stiff enough to limit deflections of key power transfer elements such as gears and pulleys, and also have sufficient stiffness to minimize misalignment through bearings and seals.
DS/EN 13570 + A1 - FOOD PROCESSING MACHINERY - MIXING MACHINES - SAFETY AND HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2010-08-17
Description: This European standard is not applicable to mixing machines which are manufactured before the date of publication of this European Standard by CEN. 1.2 This European Standard covers the following types of mixing machines: - Mixing machines with a tilting container, one or several mixing shafts - Mixing machines with a stationary mixing container, front face or bottom discharge opening - Mixing machines with a container and loading device - Mixing machines with a container, mixing shaft(s), screw conveyor and loading device The mixing machines are constructed of a machine frame, a trough-shaped mixing container, one or several mixing shafts, an associated drive and electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic components, depending on machine type.
NBN - EN 13570+A1 - FOOD PROCESSING MACHINERY - MIXING MACHINES - SAFETY AND HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS Organization: NBN
Date: 2010-07-30
Description: 1.2 This European Standard covers the following types of mixing machines:- Mixing machines with a tilting container, one or several mixing shafts- Mixing machines with a stationary mixing container, front face or bottom discharge opening- Mixing machines with a container and loading device- Mixing machines with a container, mixing shaft(s), screw conveyor and loading deviceThe mixing machines are constructed of a machine frame, a trough-shaped mixing container, one or several mixing shafts, an associated drive and electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic components, depending on machine type.
NBN - EN 13570+A1 - FOOD PROCESSING MACHINERY - MIXING MACHINES - SAFETY AND HYGIENE REQUIREMENTS Organization: NBN
Date: 2010-07-30
Description: 1.2 This European Standard covers the following types of mixing machines:- Mixing machines with a tilting container, one or several mixing shafts- Mixing machines with a stationary mixing container, front face or bottom discharge opening- Mixing machines with a container and loading device- Mixing machines with a container, mixing shaft(s), screw conveyor and loading deviceThe mixing machines are constructed of a machine frame, a trough-shaped mixing container, one or several mixing shafts, an associated drive and electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic components, depending on machine type.
BSI - BS 7130 - MECHANICAL BALANCING OF ROTATING MACHINERY: SHAFT AND FITMENT KEY CONVENTION Organization: BSI
Date: 1989-11-30
Description: Applies to rotors balanced in balancing machines, in their own housing and in situ.
NBN - EN 13570+A1 - MACHINES POUR LES PRODUITS ALIMENTAIRES - MALAXEURS - PRESCRIPTIONS RELATIVES À LA SÉCURITÉ ET À L'HYGIÈNE Organization: NBN
Date: 2010-07-30
Description: 1.2 This European Standard covers the following types of mixing machines:- Mixing machines with a tilting container, one or several mixing shafts- Mixing machines with a stationary mixing container, front face or bottom discharge opening- Mixing machines with a container and loading device- Mixing machines with a container, mixing shaft(s), screw conveyor and loading deviceThe mixing machines are constructed of a machine frame, a trough-shaped mixing container, one or several mixing shafts, an associated drive and electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic components, depending on machine type.
SAE/TP - 2009-01-3219 - A DIRECT TORQUE-CONTROLLED INDUCTION MACHINE BIDIRECTIONAL POWER ARCHITECTURE FOR MORE ELECTRIC AIRCRAFT Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2009-11-10
Description: The performance of a more-electric aircraft (MEA) power system electrical accumulator unit (EAU) architecture consisting of a 57000 rpm induction machine (IM) coupled to a controllable shaft load and controlled using direct torque control (DTC) is examined through transient modeling and simulation.
ISO TS 10303-5001 - INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION SYSTEMS AND INTEGRATION — PRODUCT DATA REPRESENTATION AND EXCHANGE — PART 5001: GUIDANCE ON THE USAGE OF ISO 10303-214 FOR GEAR UNITS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2010-11-15
Description: The following are within the scope of this part of ISO 10303: — parts related to gear units: — baseplate; — basic material; — belt; — bevel gear; — brake; — chain; — clutch; — coupling; — crossed helical gear; — fit of key assembly — fitting key; — helical gear; — housing; — hypoid gear; — interference fit assembly; — lubricant; — pinion shaft; — plain bearing; — planetary gear train; — rolling element bearing; — sealing; — shaft; — spur gear; — tool; — user defined machine element; — wheel; — worm and worm wheel; — basic materials used to produce those parts; — lubricants for gear units; — tools used for the manufacturing of gear units; — gear technology properties that can be assigned to parts, assemblies, tools, lubricants and basic materials: — deformations, shift and bending; — dynamic; — efficiency loss; — environment; — forces and moments; — geometry, topology and geometry dependent data; — hardness; — life time; — load capacity data (wear, pitting, breakage, scuffing); — manufacturing data; — mesh data; — operating data; — power, rotation and speed; — pressure and stress; — safety; — service data; — sliding and wear; — stiffness, suspension; — surface texture; — temperature data.

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