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Archive > 1998 > January/February 1998 > Influence of Gear Design on Gearbox Radiated Noise

The article "Influence of Gear Design on Gearbox Radiated Noise" appeared in the January/February 1998 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
A major source of helicopter cabin noise (which has been measured at over 100 decibels sound pressure level) is the gearbox. Reduction of this noise is a NASA and U.S. Army goal. A requirement for the Army/NASA Advanced Rotorcraft Transmission project was a 10 dB noise reduction compared to current designs.

Keywords
design, noise, aerospace gears, contact ratio, high contact ratio, HCR, double helical, helical gears

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