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Study on gear contact fatigue failure competition mechanism considering tooth wear evolution
Tribology International ( IF 3.517 ) Pub Date : 2020-02-29 , DOI: 10.1016/j.triboint.2020.106277
Heli Liu; Huaiju Liu; Caichao Zhu; Jinyuan Tang

Contact fatigue issues are becoming more prominent in current gear anti-fatigue designs, while surface wear may result in unavoidable occurrence competition among contact fatigue failure modes such as micropitting and pitting. This work proposed a model incorporating the interface characteristics, mechanical properties and residual stress gradients to explore this competition mechanism during wear process of a wind turbine gear pair. Results reveal that the critical damage position moves deeper from near-surface to subsurface during the wear process, indicating that the most likely failure mode changes gradually from surface initiated contact failure to subsurface initiated contact failure. This illustrates that one-sided gear anti-fatigue designs may not satisfy the complex contact conditions because the dominant failure mode may change during operation.
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