Stormworks: Build and Rescue – Gearbox Test

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Guide for Stormworks: Build and Rescue – Gearbox Test

Gearbox guide. Gear ratios review and testing. Research of efficiency of the gearbox. In the process of complementing …

Intro

Stormworks v1.1.6 
Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test 
 

Gearbox Ratio

Gearbox directionMotor >> Drive1:-11:15:62:35:91:22:51:3
Gearbox directionMotor << Drive1:-11:16:53:29:52:15:23:1

 
Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test 
 
Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test 
 
Motor >> Drive 

RatioCoefficient
1:11
5:60.83
2:30.67
5:90.56
1:20.5
2:50.4
1:30.33

 
Motor << Drive 

RatioCoefficient
1:11
6:51.2
3:21.5
9:51.8
2:12
5:22.5
3:13

 
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Converting power transmission (Theory)

Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test - Converting power transmission (Theory) 
 
Gearbox no load 

Torque (Motor >> Drive)1.951.7921.6331.5281.4751.381.317
Gearbox1:16:53:29:52:15:23:1
Torque (Motor << Drive)1.952.142.4252.712.93.3753.85

 
The torque sensor adds 1 to the measurements, without adding real resistance. Let’s check the results of the force conversion. 
 
Let’s calculate the ratio 1:1, subtract 1 unit added by the torque sensor. 
1.95-1=0.95 We got a gearbox efficiency of 95% 
Let’s calculate the ratio 3:1, subtract 1 unit added by the torque sensor. And divide by the gearbox ratio. 
3.85-1=2.85 2.85/3=0.95 We got a gearbox efficiency of 95% 
Let’s calculate the ratio 1:3, subtract 1 unit added by the torque sensor. And multiply by the gearbox ratio. 
1.317-1=0.317 0.317*3=0.951 We got a gearbox efficiency of 95% 
The no-load gearbox converts power as expected. 


 
 
Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test 
 
Gearbox load 1 torque 

Torque (Motor >> Drive)2.91.63
Gearbox1:13:1
Torque (Motor << Drive)2.96.7

 
Let’s calculate the ratio 1:1, subtract 1 unit added by the torque sensor. Subtract torque 1 of the small generator 
2.9-1=1.9 1.9-1=0.9 We got a gearbox efficiency of 90% 
Let’s calculate the ratio 3:1, subtract 1 unit added by the torque sensor. Divide by gearbox ratio. Subtract torque 1 of the small generator 
6.7-1=5.7 5.7/3=1.9 1.9-1=0.9 We got a gearbox efficiency of 90% 
Let’s calculate the ratio 1:3, subtract 1 unit added by the torque sensor. Multiply by the gearbox ratio. Subtract torque 1 of the small generator 
1.633-1=0.633 0.633*3=1.899 1.9-1=0.9 We got a gearbox efficiency of 90% 
All right 
 

Converting power transmission (Small Electric Motor)

Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test - Converting power transmission (Small Electric Motor) 
 
Small Electric Motor > Torque Meter > Gearbox > Torque Meter > Medium Generator 
 

RpsTorqueRatioRpsTorqueGenerate
8.5333Direct8.533317.53
8.3632.451:18.3533.8516.80
6.9738.346:58.3633.3716.84
5.5847.173:28.3732.916.88
4.66569:58.3732.5816.9
4.1961.92:18.3732.4216.91
3.3676.625:28.3832.1416.93
2.891.353:18.3831.9516.95

 
The final speed of the generator is approximately the same at different gearbox ratios. 3:1 efficiency even slightly higher than 1:1. Let’s count. 
 
RPS of the motor at a ratio of 1:1 8.36 divided by a gearbox ratio of 3:1 
8.36/3=2.78 A little less than it turned out during testing 
 
Torque at a ratio of 1:1 32.45, subtract 1 unit added by the torque sensor. And multiplied by a gearbox ratio of 3:1 
32.45-1=31.45 31.45*3=94.35 Resistance is greater than it turned out during testing 
 
And although the efficiency of the gearbox turned out to be more than 100%, the difference is subtle, but it is a bug and needs to be corrected. 
 
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Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test 
 
Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test 
 

Converting power transmission (Small Engine)

Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test - Converting power transmission (Small Engine) 
 
Small Engine > Torque Meter > Gearbox > Torque Meter > Medium Generator 
 

RpsTorqueRatioRpsTorqueGenerate
17.6641Direct17.664175.18
17.3340.451:117.2941.4572.01
12.2946.346:514.7139.752.19
8.1655.173:212.2237.9735.97
5.9649:510.6136.827.16
4.9369.92:19.8436.2223.34
3.484.625:28.535.1817.4
2.5599.353:17.6534.4814.09

 
The final speed of the generator is very different for different gear ratios of the gearbox. Efficiency 3: 1 is several times lower than 1: 1. Let’s count. 
 
RPS of the motor at a ratio of 1:1 17.33 divided by a gearbox ratio of 3:1 
17.33/3=5.78 The final speed should be more than double. 
 
Torque at a ratio of 1:1 40.45, subtract 1 unit added by the torque sensor. And multiplied by a gearbox ratio of 3:1 
40.45-1=39.45 39.45*3=118.35 The load should be more than the testing showed. 
 
The results turned out to be strange, something is definitely missing here. Perhaps the torque that I still can’t catch somehow affects. 
 
Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test 
 
Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test 
 
Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test 
 

In search of torque diesel engines

Stormworks: Build and Rescue - Gearbox Test - In search of torque diesel engines 
 
Small Engine > Torque Meter > Medium Generator x3 
Small Engine > Torque Meter > Gearbox > Torque Meter > Medium Generator 
Small Engine x3 > Torque Meter > Gearbox > Torque Meter > Medium Generator 
Medium Engine > Torque Meter > Gearbox > Torque Meter > Medium Generator 
 

RpsTorqueRatioRpsTorqueGenerate
6.49101Direct6.4910130.43
2.5599.353:17.6534.4814.09
6.37119.353:119.0740.8287.66
6.37119.353:119.0740.8287.66

 
no conclusions 
to be continued…
 
 

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