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Archive > 1995 > May/June 1995 > EHL Film Thickness, Additives and Gear Surface Fatigue

The article "EHL Film Thickness, Additives and Gear Surface Fatigue" appeared in the May/June 1995 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Aircraft transmissions for helicopters, turboprops and geared turbofan aircraft require high reliability and provide several thousand hours of operation between overhauls. In addition, They should be lightweight and have very high efficiency to minimize operating costs for the aircraft.

Keywords
lubrication, lubricants, oil, additives, fatigue, pitting, EHL

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