1967-02-01

The Quest for the Ultimate in Gear Load Carrying Capacity 670285

There is some ultimate load carrying capacity that can be achieved with gears. In general, most designs fall considerably short of achieving the ultimate in capacity. This paper presents new information on the ultimate capacity that might be achieved and what it takes to achieve it. The paper also discusses new developments that may lead to an even higher ultimate capacity in the future.

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