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The article "Metallurgical Investigation of Tiger Stripes on a Carburized High Speed Pinion" appeared in the May 2014 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Tiger stripes on a high-speed pinion made of a carburized SAE 9310 steel were investigated. The morphology of the damage was typical of electric discharge damage. The cause of the stripes and potential damage to the gear tooth were analyzed and are presented in this report.

Keywords
tiger stripes, metallurgy, failure

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