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ISO 6336-3:2019

Calculation of load capacity of spur and helical gears -- Part 3: Calculation of tooth bending strength (Corrected version 2020-11)

General information
Valid from 26.11.2019
ICS Groups
21.200 Gears
Directives or regulations
None
Standard history
Status
Date
Type
Name
26.11.2019
Main
26.05.2008
Corrigendum
04.09.2006
Main
This document specifies the fundamental formulae for use in tooth bending stress calculations for involute external or internal spur and helical gears with a rim thickness sR > 0,5 ht for external gears and sR > 1,75 mn for internal gears. In service, internal gears can experience failure modes other than tooth bending fatigue, i.e. fractures starting at the root diameter and progressing radially outward. This document does not provide adequate safety against failure modes other than tooth bending fatigue. All load influences on the tooth root stress are included in so far as they are the result of loads transmitted by the gears and in so far as they can be evaluated quantitatively. This document includes procedures based on testing and theoretical studies such as those of Hirt[11], Strasser[14] and Brossmann[10]. The results are in good agreement with other methods (References [5], [6], [7] and [12]). The given formulae are valid for spur and helical gears with tooth profiles in accordance with the basic rack standardized in ISO 53. They can also be used for teeth conjugate to other basic racks if the virtual contact ratio εαn is less than 2,5. The load capacity determined on the basis of permissible bending stress is termed “tooth bending strength”. The results are in good agreement with other methods for the range, as indicated in the scope of ISO 6336-1. If this scope does not apply, refer to ISO 6336-1:2019, Clause 4.
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