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Critique of the ISO 15144-1 Method to Predict the Risk of Micropitting - March/April 2016

The article "Critique of the ISO 15144-1 Method to Predict the Risk of Micropitting" appeared in the March/April 2016 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
There exists an ongoing, urgent need for a rating method to assess micropitting risk, as AGMA considers it a "a very significant failure mode for rolling element bearings and gear teeth - especially in gearbox applications such as wind turbines."

Keywords
micropitting, ISO 15144, AGMA 925, letters

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