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Taking the main landing gears of fighter and transport airplanes as examples, the fatigue life was estimated by means of the Miner's rule and from the spectrum of the real measurements.


The possibility of measuring the qualitative parameters of welded gears


The doublets are placed on adjusting gears, which bring the local coordinate system of each lens into coincidence with the laboratory system related to the axis of the beam.


A model to simulate the nonGaussian nonwhitenoise random errors of gears is developed with the influence of rotational speed considered.


Then, a secondorder Markov process with timevariant parameters is used to simulate the nonGaussian nonwhitenoise random component of gears.


The input of the filter is a white Gaussian noise process, and the output is the random erros of gears.


Features of the consideration of some basic parameters when formulating and solving analytically the frictional heat problem for tooth gears are discussed and the real values of the essential parameters are specified.


The heat problem of friction and its development: The solution of the heat problem for cylindricalevolvent tooth gears of real


The synthesis of cylindrical worm gears is considered, in the case where the generating worm consists of standard worm cutters for cylindrical gears.


Increasing tool life when cutting smallmodule gears with ultrasonic vibration of the blank


Machining cylindrical gears by means of cutting heads


Hobbing of cylindrical gears by largediameter cutting heads


Accuracy of the shaving and rolling of cylindrical gears


Adjusting the machines for grinding gears with a large number of teeth


Comparative analysis of algorithms for synthesis of bevel gears with circular teeth


It is shown that the algorithms enable synthesis of bevel gears featuring the same operational characteristics.


They conceptually differ from the classical OlivierGokhman methods since they do not require the mutual enveloping of the conjugated working surfaces of gears and allow interference of these surfaces outside their working areas.


Decomposition in stability analysis problems of systems with selfbraking gears


Decomposition algorithms for studying the stability of systems with selfbraking gears are presented.


The developed dynamic models of systems with selfbraking gears yield simple and physically transparent spectral criteria for the neutral stability of such systems.

