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Spiral-Bevel Gear Noise: An Approach to Solving In-Field Issues

The article "Spiral-Bevel Gear Noise: An Approach to Solving In-Field Issues" appeared in the September/October 2020 issue of Gear Technology.

Summary
Gear noise is a common evil any gear manufacturer must live with. It is often low enough not to be a major problem but, at times, gear whining may appear and then, tracking the source and, especially, curing the ill can be tricky at best.

Keywords
spiral bevel gears, noise, software, Involute Simulation Softwares, Neugart

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