Abstract

Automotive companies are being challenged when they seek to guarantee very high quality and reliability levels for their products. Customers may complain about comfort and various other concerns such as noise generated by a certain component. Analytical, numerical simulation and testing are used to understand how certain modifications to the product can affect the excited noise level.

This paper presents an analytical approach used in order to predict noise levels coming from an engaged vehicle gear pair. This is done by evaluating the static and dynamic transmission error with load distribution on the teeth engaged for the different values of micro-geometric teeth modifications. Comparing the analytical and experimental results shows that both factors can be extremely linked with noise generated by two mating gears.

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