Experimental study of the contribution of gear tooth finishing processes to friction noise
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Micro geometry of a gear tooth influences the contact durability and wear performance. In this paper, different gear tooth flanks have been manufactured by different finishing processes, which were then characterized using multiscale surface analysis, based on wavelet transform. The friction noise was then measured before and after meshing in dry and lubricated conditions, to quantify the acoustic performance of the surfaces. To accomplish this objective, a new non-destructive sensory measurement technique was developed to characterize the friction noise generated by teeth flank surface. Results show the ability of the new method to discriminate functional behavior of different surfaces as well as give possible explanations as to the contribution of tooth flank asperities during the meshing on the gear in terms of gear noise performances.
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