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Pressure distribution across the strip of

Ref. 41, p. 12.] where Rx and R2 = radii of the two cylinders L = contact length E =

modulus of elasticity P = contact force Equation (7-7) was developed with the ...

Pressure distribution across the strip of

**contact surface**of two cylinders. [FromRef. 41, p. 12.] where Rx and R2 = radii of the two cylinders L = contact length E =

modulus of elasticity P = contact force Equation (7-7) was developed with the ...

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... point /' from the

local compression If the

total contact force P is equal to the sum of the elemental contact forces Fj on

those ...

... point /' from the

**contact surface**a = magnitude of displacement of point /' due tolocal compression If the

**contact area**is divided into N' squares of side Ajc, thetotal contact force P is equal to the sum of the elemental contact forces Fj on

those ...

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INITIAL

Ret. 35. p. 7.] form is shown in Figure 7-14. The crowned tooth has three basic

parts: the crowned flank, the crowned tip, and the chamfered tip. The crowned

flank ...

INITIAL

**CONTACT AREA**FIGURE 7-15. Fully crowned tooth wear pattern. [FromRet. 35. p. 7.] form is shown in Figure 7-14. The crowned tooth has three basic

parts: the crowned flank, the crowned tip, and the chamfered tip. The crowned

flank ...

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### Contents

INTRODUCTION TO FORM DESIGN | 1 |

EFFICIENT AND INEFFICIENT STRESS PATTERNS | 27 |

DESIGNING FOR RIGIDITY | 35 |

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