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What is DIN 5482 and How to Use It for Spline Connections
DIN 5482 is a German standard that specifies the dimensions and design of involute spline joints with parallel, straight flanks. It was released in 1950 and is mainly used for replacement orders. For new designs, spline systems according to DIN 5480 should be used instead.
In this article, we will explain what involute splines are, how they are classified according to DIN 5482, and how to calculate their dimensions and strength.
What are Involute Splines
Involute splines are a type of mechanical connection that allows two shafts or hubs to transmit torque and angular motion. They consist of teeth that are cut on the outer or inner diameter of the mating parts, forming a positive interlock.
The advantage of involute splines over other types of splines is that they have a constant pressure angle along the tooth profile, which reduces stress concentration and wear. They also have a self-centering property, which ensures a uniform load distribution and alignment.
How are Involute Splines Classified According to DIN 5482
DIN 5482 defines two types of involute splines: A and B. Type A splines have a 30Â pressure angle and a flat root side fit. Type B splines have a 37.5Â pressure angle and a fillet root side fit. The type of spline is indicated by the letter A or B after the nominal dimensions.
The nominal dimensions of an involute spline according to DIN 5482 are the pitch diameter (d) and the tooth width (b). The pitch diameter is the diameter of the circle that passes through the pitch points of the teeth, where the pressure angle is measured. The tooth width is the length of the spline along the axis.
The designation of an involute spline according to DIN 5482 consists of the nominal dimensions, the type of spline, and the standard number. For example, A 25x22 DIN 5482 means an internal spline with a pitch diameter of 25 mm, a tooth width of 22 mm, a type A profile, and conforming to DIN 5482.
How to Calculate Involute Spline Dimensions and Strength According to DIN 5482
To calculate the dimensions and strength of an involute spline according to DIN 5482, you need to know the following parameters:
The nominal torque (T) that the spline has to transmit
The service factor (K) that accounts for the load variations, shocks, vibrations, etc.
The material properties (E, G, ÏB, ÏF) of the spline parts
The number of teeth (z) of the spline
The module (m) of the spline, which is the ratio of the pitch diameter to the number of teeth
The type of spline (A or B)
Based on these parameters, you can calculate the following values:
The actual torque (Ta) that the spline has to withstand, which is equal to T*K
The form diameter (df) of the spline, which is equal to d - 2*m for type A splines and d - 1.25*m for type B splines
The actual major diameter (da) of the spline, which may be smaller than df by the form clearance (cf) for manufacturing tolerances
The minor diameter (dmin) of the spline, which is equal to d - 2.5*m for type A splines and d - 1.8*m for type B splines
The tooth thickness (s) of the spline, which is equal to Ï*m/2 for type A splines and Ï*m/1.6 for type B splines
The tooth height (h) of the spline, which is equal to m for type A splines and m/0.8 for type B ec8f644aee