CRITICAL POSITION OF HCR GEAR\'S TEETH WITH REGARD TO PITCH ERROR
AbstractHigh transverse contact ratio (HCR) gears are more frequently in use because of their increased load-carrying capacity compared to low contact ratio gears, although they are very sensitive to manufacturing errors. The calculation procedure of load distribution, established for HCR gears with pitch errors, depends on the position of tooth pairs, with regard to pitch error. The critical position of tooth pairs, which causes the maximum stress increase, compared to geometrically ideal gears, is defined in this paper.
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