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- A power loss prediction was extended to include involute spur gears of nonstandard proportions. The method is used to analyze the effects of modified addendum, tooth thickness, and gear center distance in addition to the parameters previously considered which included gear diameter, pitch, pressure angle, face width, oil viscosity, speed, and torque. Particular emphasis was placed on high contact ratio gearing (contact ratios greater than two). Despite their higher sliding velocities, high contact ratio gears are designed to levels of efficiency comparable to those of conventional gears while retaining their advantages through proper selection of gear geometry.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19840021154.
Accession ID: 84N29223.
Intern. Power Transmission and Gearing Conf.; 10-12 Oct. 1984; Cambridge, MA; United States.
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