1984-09-01

Number 1 Gear Failure — Tooth Bending Fatigue 841088

The highest frequency of gear failures is tooth bending fatigue. These are found in many variations depending upon existing circumstances and causal effects. Tooth bending fatigue is a tensile failure and is always due to an overload of the current existing conditions and may be much lower than the designed load application.

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