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WILEY - GEARS AND GEAR DRIVES - GEARS AND GEAR DRIVES Organization: WILEY
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: Key features: Contains hundreds of 2D and 3D figures to illustrate all types of gears and gear drives, including planetary and worm gears Includes fundamental derivations and explanations of formulae Enables the reader to know how to carry out accuracy control and load capacity checks for any gear drive Includes directions for the practical design of gears and gear drives Covers DIN and ISO standards in the area  Gears and Gear Drives is a comprehensive reference for gears and gear drive professionals and graduate students in mechanical engineering departments and covers everything important to know how to design, control and manufacture gear drives.
AGMA 11FTM09 - STANDARDIZATION OF LOAD DISTRIBUTION EVALUATION: UNIFORM DEFINITION OF KHΒ FOR HELICAL GEARS Organization: AGMA
Date: 2011-10-01
Description: For spur gears with no helix angle the interpretation of the measurements to a face load factor is intuitively easy. For helical gears, more frequently used in big gearboxes, the determination of the factor gets tougher.
AGMA 04FTM5 - INVESTIGATIONS ON THE MICROPITTING LOAD CAPACITY OF CASE CARBURIZED GEARS Organization: AGMA
Date: 2004-10-01
Description: For this purpose an extensive test program on spur and helical gears of different sizes and different gear geometry has been carried out.
VDI 2737 - CALCULATION OF THE LOAD CAPACITY OF THE TOOTH ROOT IN INTERNAL TOOTHINGS WITH INFLUENCE OF THE GEAR RIM Organization: VDI
Date: 2016-12-01
Description: Gear materials according to DIN 3990-5 are taken as a basis. Helical toothings can be calculated as equivalent spur gears according to DIN 3990 up to a helix angle |β| ≤ 30°.
AGMA 04FTM2 - NOISE OPTIMIZED MODIFICATIONS: RENAISSANCE OF THE GENERATING GRINDERS? Organization: AGMA
Date: 2004-10-01
Description: More and more companies discover the high improvement potential of topological modifications with which gears can be modified where it is required - the generating engagement relief of a helical gear corresponds to the normal tip and root relief of a spur gear. The teeth are modified in the area of highest pressure (at the beginning and the end of the mesh).

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