Development of Plastic Gear for Power Transmission : Abnormal Wear on the Tooth Root and Tooth Fracture near Pitch Point

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Terashima, Kenichi; Tsukamoto, Naohisa; Nishida, Noriteru; Shi, Jiasun;
(1986)
  • Publisher: 社団法人日本機械学会
  • Journal: Bulletin of JSME,volume 29,issue 251,pages1,598-1,604 (issn: 0021-3764)
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  • Subject: Load sharing coefficient | Wear | Nylon gear | Fracture | Plastic gear | Deflection | Crack | Temperature | Gear
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Plastic gears have many excellent characteristics which are locking in metallic gears, such as corrosion resistance, self-lubrication, quiet running, and so forth. The meshing behavior of plastic gears is very different from that of metallic gears. Therefore, the life e... View more
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