Gear Dynamics and Gear Noise Short Course
(April 29-May 2, 2013) Gear Dynamics and Gear Noise Research Laboratory. The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. For more than 33 years, this course has been offered as a tool to engineers and technicians involved in the analysis, manufacture, design specification, or utilization of simple and complex gear systems. Industries that find this course helpful include the automotive, transportation, wind-energy, process machinery, aircraft, appliance, general manufacturing, and all gear manufacturers. The course material is covered in such a way that the fundamentals of gearing, gear dynamics, noise analysis and measurements are covered. This makes the course appropriate to the gear designer with little knowledge of noise analysis as well as to the noise specialist with little prior knowledge of gears. Course attendees are asked to present a brief synopsis of problems they have encountered or of a procedure they have used for gear noise analysis and reduction. Possible approaches to solve each problem are discussed.
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