Gear Damage and Its Influencing Factors

Influencing Factors – Testing Procedures – Calculation Methods – Prevention – Damage Appearance

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Type

Advanced Seminar

Date

20.02. – 21.02.2019

Hours

20.02.2019, 10:00-18:00 Uhr
21.02.2019, 9:00-16:00 Uhr

Location

FVA GmbH
Parkring 6
85748 Garching bei München

Language

German

Price (excl. VAT)

Standard: 1,675.00 €
FVA Members: 1,150.00 €
VDMA Members: 1,450.00 €

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Anfahrtsbeschreibung (pdf, 422,9 KB)

Introduction

Gearboxes are used to adjust the rotational speed and torque of drive and output devices, with gears as the central machine elements. They should perform their duties in a low-noise, low-maintenance, and most of all damage-free manner over the lifetime of the machine. Breakdowns due to damage often lead to high costs.

Target Audience

Employees of gearbox companies and technical departments: designers, production engineers, maintenance and repair specialists, and experts.

Main Topics

  • Gear damage
  • Influencing factors
  • Testing procedures
  • Calculation methods
  • Avoidance
  • Examples

Objectives

  • Reliable detection and classification of gear damage
  • Information on the main damage influencing factors
  • Calculation approaches for quantitative assessment of damage risks
  • Systematic approach to failure analysis
  • Quantitative and qualitative assessment of ways to prevent damage

Contents

  • Foundations of gear stress and failure analysis procedures (modified root cause analysis)
  • Seizure, wear, micro-pitting, fissures, tooth root and flank fracture of spur gears
  • Appearance and causes of damage, primary influencing factors, testing methods, calculation principles, and practical examples
  • Fundamentals of materials and lubricants

Instructors

Dr.-Ing. Klaus Michaelis

Institute of Machine Elements of the Technical University of Munich, "Gear Research Center" (FZG)

fzg.mw.tum.de

Longstanding research group leader in the areas of load carrying capacity and tribology of gears at the TU München FZG ("Gear Research Center," Institute of Machine Elements), expert on gear design and national and international standardization bodies related to gear damage.