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1.1 Introduction
1.2 Roughness
(dotted line) in the radial direction
1.2.1 Roughness measurement
1.2.2 Roughness parameters
1.3 Profile of a gear tooth
1.4 Mutual positioning of the gears
1.5 Kinematics of gear meshing
1.5.1 The contact history
normal load borne by this pair of teeth
1.5.2 Velocities
1.5.3 A reworking of the equations
1.6 Contact mechanics of spur gear flanks
1.6.1 Equivalent elastic cylinder/rigid plane problem
1.6.2 Hertzian stress and half-width of contact
2 Lubricant oils and lubrication
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Lubricant oil classification according to origin
2.3 Lubricant oil rheology
2.3.1 Viscosity
2.3.2 Non-Newtonian rheology
2.4 Elastohydrodynamic lubrication of spur gears
2.4.1 Ideally smooth elastohydrodynamic lubrication
2.4.2 Boundary film lubrication
2.4.3 Mixed film lubrication
3.1 Stresses in a spur gear
3.1.1 Initial Stresses
3.1.2 Elastic stresses
3.1.3 Plastic and mesoscopic stresses
3.2 Dang Van multi-axial high-cycle fatigue criterion
3.3 Types of tooth flank surface damage
4.2.1 The rough boundary lubrication contact problem
4.2.2 The computation of elastic stresses
4.2.3 The computation of the mesoscopic residual stress tensor
5 Simulation of a gear micropitting test
5.1 Description of the test
5.1.1 FZG test rig and gears
5.1.2 Lubricant oil and gear material
5.1.3 Gear micropitting test procedure
5.1.4 Test results
5.2 Description of the simulation process
gear flank surface at the end of load stage K9
5.3.1 Physical simplifications
5.3.2 Properties related to mixed lubrication
5.3.3 Properties related to fatigue
5.4 Simulation results
the position of the contact in the meshing line
5.5 Comparison of the simulation with the gear test
5.5.1 Mass loss
specific values of mass loss (mass loss per length of tooth)
5.5.2 Roughness evolution
5.5.3 Discussion of the comparison results
6 Conclusion
6.1 Review of the more notable issues in each
6.2 Concluding remarks
6.3 Proposals for further work
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GEAR MICROPITTING PREDICTION USING THE DANG VAN HIGH-CYCLE FATIGUE CRITERION

GEAR MICROPITTING PREDICTION USING THE DANG VAN HIGH-CYCLE FATIGUE CRITERION

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GEAR MICROPITTING PREDICTION USING
THE DANG VAN HIGH-CYCLE FATIGUE
CRITERION
GEAR MICROPITTING PREDICTION USING
THE DANG VAN HIGH-CYCLE FATIGUE
CRITERION

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