SOME CAUSES OF GEAR-TOOTH ERRORS AND THEIR DETECTION

Paper #:
  • 220056

Published:
  • 1922-01-01
DOI:
  • 10.4271/220056
Citation:
HERRMANN, K., "SOME CAUSES OF GEAR-TOOTH ERRORS AND THEIR DETECTION," SAE Technical Paper 220056, 1922, doi:10.4271/220056.
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23
Abstract:
The different gear noises are classified under the names of knock, rattle, growl, hum and sing, and these are discussed at some length, examples of defects that cause noise being given and a device for checking tooth spacing being illustrated and described. An instrument for analyzing tooth-forms that produce these different noises is illustrated and described.Causes of the errors in gears may be in the hardening process, in the cutting machines or in the cutters. A hobbing machine is used as an example and its possibilities for error are commented upon. Tooth-forms are illustrated and treated briefly, and the hardening of gears and the grinding of gear-tooth forms are given similar attention.
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