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Gear Nomenclature
Types of Gears
Proper Gear Selection
Gear Materials
Gear Manufacturing Methods
Through Hardening and Case Hardening
Gear Tribology
Lubrication Regimes
Nonlubrication-related failures Lubrication-related failures
Classification of Gear Tooth Failure Modes
Lubrication-Related Failure
Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication
Lubricant Selection
Oil Lubricant Applications
Selection of Gear Lubricant Viscosity
Application of Gear Lubricants
Case History: Failure of a 24-Unit Speed-Increaser Gearbox
Wrought Gear Steels
Surface-Hardening Steels
Through-Hardening Steels
Gear Steel Requirements
Processing Characteristics of Gear Steels
Bending Fatigue Strength of Carburized Steels
Other Properties of Interest for Carburized Steels
Other Ferrous Alloys for Gears
Nonferrous Alloys
Classification of Plastics for Gear Applications
Metals versus Plastics
Plastic Gear Materials
Plastic Gear Manufacture
Machining Processes for Gears
Selection of Machining Process
Cutter Material and Construction
Speed and Feed
Cutting Fluids
Comparison of Steels for Gear Cutting
Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Milling and Hobbing Machines
Grinding of Gears
Honing of Gears
Lapping of Gears
Capabilities and Limitations
Gear Forms
Gear Tolerances
Gear Design and Tooling
Gear Performance
Quality Control and Inspection
Examples of P/M Gears
Through-Hardening Processes
Through-Hardened Gear Design
Hardness Measurement
Case History: Design and Manufacture of a Rack
Gas Carburizing: Processing and Equipment
Quenching and Hardening
Tempering of Carburized and Quenched Gears
Cold Treatment
Selection of Materials for Carburized Gears
Carbon Content and Case Properties
Core Hardness of Gear Teeth
Problems Associated with Carburizing
Heat Treat Distortion of Carburized and Hardened Gears
Grinding Stock Allowance on Tooth Flanks to Compensate for Distortion
Shot Peening of Carburized and Hardened Gears
Applications and Costs
Vacuum Carburizing
The Gas Nitriding Process
Ion Nitriding
Applicable Steels and Applications
Depth of Case
Hardenability of Case
Quenching and Tempering
Induction Hardening
Flame Hardening
Classification of Gear Failure Modes
Fatigue Failures
Stress Rupture
Causes of Gear Failures
Conducting the Failure Analysis (Ref 7)
Examples of Gear Failure Analysis
Gear Tooth Contact
Gear Tooth Surface Durability and Breakage
Life Determined by Contact Stress
Life Determined by Bending Stress
Gear Tooth Failure by Breakage after Pitting
Flaws and Gear Life
Bores and Shafts
Specimen Characterization
Tests Simulating Gear Action
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