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Archive > 2004 > September/October 2004 > Surface Damage Caused by Gear Profile Grinding and its Effects on Flank Load Carrying Capacity

The article "Surface Damage Caused by Gear Profile Grinding and its Effects on Flank Load Carrying Capacity" appeared in the September/October 2004 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Instances of damage to discontinuous form ground and surface-hardened gears, especially of large scale, have recently increased. This may be attributed partly to a faulty grinding process with negative effects on the surface zones and the surface properties.

Keywords
grinding burn, flank load carrying capacity, gear grinding

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