L. Cremer M. Heckl Prof. Dr. B.A.T. Petersson Technische Universität Berlin FG Technische Akustik Einsteinufer 25 ۱۰۵۸۷ Berlin Germany You must be logged in to view the hidden contents.
By W. A. Tuplin, D.Sc., hU.Mech.E.* If the maximum stress in a gear tooth is less than the fatigue limit for the material, the tooth should not fail even after indefinitely prolonged running. Fatigue data collected in the conventional way suggest that the number of stress cycles required to cause failure of a given material […]
R. W. Furrow* and H. H. Mabie~ Received 18 August 1969 Abstract This paper gives the results of static deflection tests on spur gear teeth made of acrylic. Also, a method is given for determining the dimensions of a tapered cantilever beam to replace the actual gear tooth in deflection analysis as proposed by Timoshenko […]
A. Y. Atria Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ain Shams University Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt (Received 23 September 1968) Gears of circular-arc tooth profile have been recently introduced to industry and proved to be of higher load-carrying capacity than the corresponding involute gears. Conflicting .reports discussed the noise of such gears as compared with involute helical gears […]