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Root Fillet Optimization of Gears with Asymmetric Teeth

By Dr. A.L. Kapelevich and Dr. Y.V. Shekhtman The Direct Gear Design method optimizes various parameters and elements of gear […]

Circle Gear & Machine Company, Inc.

About Circle Gear & Machine Company, Inc. Complete Machine Shop, Reverse Engineering, Breakdown Service ALL PITCHES AMERICAN & METRIC 1 […]

UTS Software

Universal Technical Systems, Inc. (UTS) is a software products and custom software development company. It is a privately held Illinois […]

KISSsoft U.S.A., LLC

KISSsoft is the worldwide leader providing the most technologically advanced, most comprehensive gear design analysis software tools available. History Since […]

AGMA/ANSI/ISO Standards on Bevel and Hypoid Gears

This paper deals with gearings that operate (a) on intersected shafts and (b) on crossed shafts. The gearings that operate […]

Gear Expo 2017: What Drives You

Why attend? Explore new technologies from more than 200 exhibitors driving the market. Interact with leading suppliers of gears and […]

Influence of Contact Conditions on the Onset of Micropitting in Rolling-Sliding Contacts Pertinent to Gear Applications

Micropitting is a type of surface damage that occurs in concentrated, rolling-sliding contacts, such as those between gear teeth, through […]

Pitch Factor Analysis for Symmetric and Asymmetric Tooth Gears

In comparison with traditional gear design based on pre-selected, typically standard generating rack parameters and its addendum modification also known […]

Calculating the Risk of Micropitting Using ISO Technical Report 15144-1:2014 – Validation with Practical Applications

For high-performance gear transmissions, case-carburized and ground gears are used in most cases. International standards have been developed to provide […]

Analysis and Optimization of Asymmetric Epicyclic Gears

The design objective of asymmetric tooth gears is to improve performance of the primary drive flank profiles at the expense […]

Optimization of Gear Tooth Contact by Helix Angle Modification

Introduction Gears that are smaller, cheaper, and equipped with more efficient power transmission are the ongoing objective of gear designers. […]

Analysis of Gear Root Forms: A Review of Designs, Standards and Manufacturing Methods for Root Forms in Cylindrical Gears

Gear root form is an important but often neglected element of the gear. The stress concentration point typically lies in […]

AGMAs Wealth of Resources II

In the depths of the recession that started in 2008, there were a lot of questions surrounding Gear Expo 2009. […]

AGMAs Wealth of Resources

The American Gear Manufacturers Association has a wealth of resources for its members. Talk to AGMA members across the country […]

A Field Case Study of ‘Whining’ Gear Noise in Diesel Engines

This paper describes the work performed to reduce first order gear mesh vibration, which was the root cause of an […]

International Calculation Method for Micropitting

The first edition of the international calculation method for micropitting, ISO TR 15144-1:2010, was just published last December. It is […]

Thin Rims for Internal Gears

In today’s applications it is increasingly important to use space and resource-saving gears. One possibility is to design the rim […]

Comparing AGMA and FEA Calculations

Current AGMA standards provide information about the calculations of loose gears and gearbox components, with recommendations primarily based on the […]

Special Report: AGMA Objectives

During the Fall Technical Meeting held in Orlando last October, members of the AGMA’s board of directors took time out […]

Gear Mesh Misalignment

Gear mesh misalignment may result in shifts in the load distribution of a gear pair that results in increasing contact […]

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