gear loading

gear loading

[′gir ‚lōd·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The power transmitted or the contact force per unit length of a gear.
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As the FEM analysis was carried out statically and ideally, the gear loading was considered uniformly, the dynamic and overload factors was considered one.
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Described as a robust gear alignment and torque monitoring system that can be used with "in service" gear drives it comprises a continuous electronic monitoring system that checks gear alignment and also detects in service gear loading.
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All calender drive gearing should be double helical or herringbone, to insure even motion and eliminate end thrust due to gear loading.
The result is higher gear loading and hotter running differentials.
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