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The article "Tooth Strength Study of Spur Planet Gears" appeared in the September/October 1986 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
In the design of any new gear drive, the performance of previous similar designs is very carefully considered. In the course of evaluating one such new design, the authors were faced with the task of comparing it with two similar existing systems, both of which were operating quite successfully. A problem arose, however, when it was realized that the bending stress levels of the two baselines differed substantially. In order to investigate these differences and realistically compare them to the proposed new design, a three-dimensional finite-element method (FEM) approach was applied to all three gears.

Keywords
tooth bending strength, FEA, spur gears

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