Gear Whine Noise Due to Profile Deformation: A Case Study.

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  • 2017-01-1122

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  • 2017-03-28
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Vehicle noise has reduced over the years due to the customer demand for quieter vehicles. As engines have become quieter by efforts to reduce the combustion noise, as well as, by moving away from mechanical fuel pumps to common rail fuel pumps, the geartrain noise has come under increased scrutiny. Gear whine could be a result of multiple factors, and gear profile distortion is one of those factors. ISO 10064 provides guidance on the distortion due to temperature effects, but does not describe other influences in detail. There is not much published literature about gear whine due to profile distortion. The work attempts to fill that gap by describing a gear whine problem due to profile distortion and load change and it’s resolution by changing the gear design.
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