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The article "FZG Rig-Based Testing of Flank Load-Carrying Capacity Internal Gears" appeared in the June/July 2012 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Micropitting, pitting and wear are typical gear failure modes that can occur on the flanks of slowly operated and highly stressed internal gears. However, the calculation methods for the flank load-carrying capacity have mainly been established on the basis of experimental investigations of external gears. This paper describes the design and functionality of the newly developed test rigs for internal gears and shows basic results of the theoretical studies. It furthermore presents basic examples of experimental test results.

Keywords
flank load, load carrying, load-carrying capacity, internal gears, test rigs, load distribution

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