EXPERIENCE NOTES FROM A PRODUCTION NOTEBOOK

Paper #:
  • 220055

Published:
  • 1922-01-01
DOI:
  • 10.4271/220055
Citation:
CRAIN, H. and BRODIE, J., "EXPERIENCE NOTES FROM A PRODUCTION NOTEBOOK," SAE Technical Paper 220055, 1922, https://doi.org/10.4271/220055.
Pages:
22
Abstract:
While investigating the sources and causes of noise in automobiles during an extensive connection with one of the largest automobile companies, the authors recorded their experiences in the shop in the form of notes. Some of these are offered with a view to stimulating the discussion of the subject and with the hope that additional information will be brought out by an exchange of ideas, particularly on the problem of eliminating gear-noises. In many cases they found that noise was caused by failure to allow sufficient clearance for an adequate oil-film. And it was noted frequently that when one noise had been located and silenced another appeared that had not been apparent before. The topics that have been considered include the running-in of brake-bands, engine knocks, oil-pump gear-noise and that of gears in general, the clearances of ball bearings, backlash, and rear-axle bevel-gears.
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