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The gearing application conditions, including allowable stresses, environment, component geometry, and component weight limitations, must be understood to select the proper gear material. Metallurgical aspects of gearing as related to rating allowable contact stress number and allowable bending stress number are not included, but are covered in AGMA rating standards. This information is intended to assist the designer, the process and manufacturing engineer, and the heat treater to effectively produce the gearing required for the application. Data contained herein represents a consensus from metallurgical representatives of member companies of AGMA. This standard has been updated to reflect current technology in the area of steel making and heat treatment, and edited to include cross references to relevant AGMA standards and information sheets. It was approved as an American National Standard on January 8,

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Any person who refers to an AGMA Technical Publication should be sure that the publication is the latest available from the Association on the subject matter. Topics included are definitions, selection guidelines, heat treatment, quality control, life considerations and a bibliography. The material selection includes ferrous, nonferrous and nonmetallic materials. Wrought, cast, and fabricated gear blanks are considered. The heat treatment section includes data on through hardened, flame hardened, induction hardened, carburized, carbonitrided, and nitrided gears.

Quenching, distortion, and shot peening are discussed. Quality control is discussed as related to gear blanks, process control, and metallurgical testing on the final products. It is intended to assist the designer, process engineer, manufacturer and heat treater in the selection and processing of materials for gearing. Data contained herein represents a consensus from metallurgical representatives of member companies of AGMA.

The first draft of AGMA Reprinting of AGMA Work continued on the Standard with numerous additional revised drafts within the Metallurgy and Materials Committee until it was balloted in Suggestions for the improvement of this standard will be welcome.

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Horvath G. Burrell Metal Improvement Co. Rickt Auburn Gear H. Vukovich Eaton L. Bruce Kelly General Motors D. Seattle P. Gleason A. Chevrolet Bergquist Western Gear J.

Glew Prager D. Starozhitsky Outboard Marine A. Witte General Motors M. Giammarise General Electric J. Bonnet WesTech N. Ferrous Gearing. Copper Base Gearing. Flame and Induction Hardening. Shot Peening. Other Heat Treatments. Selection Criteria for Wrought. Mechanical Properties. Part Characteristics. Cost and Availability. Materials Selection Guidelines. Mechanical and NonDestructive Tests and Inspections. Through Hardening Processes. Residual Stress Effects. References and Information.

Mechanical Property Test Bar Considerations. NonMetallic Materials. Grade and Heat Treatment. Incoming Material Hardness Tests.

Dimensional Stability. Incoming Material Mechanical Tests. Other NonFerrous Materials. Heat Treat Process Control. Chemical Analyses of Cast Bronze Alloys. Mechanical Property Requirements Machinability of Common Gear Materials. Nitrided Steels. High Tensile. Wrought Steel. Cold Drawn. Mechanical Properties of Cast Bronze Alloys. Mechanical Properties of Ductile Iron.

Chemical Analyses of Wrought Bronze Alloys. Approximate Minimum Surface Hardness Service Life Considerations. Case Hardenability of Carburizing Steels. Typical Distortion Characteristics of Carburized Gearing. Coil Shot Magnetic Particle Inspection.

Shot Peening Intensity Control. Ultrasonic Inspection Oscilloscope Screen.

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ANSI-AGMA 2004-B89-Gear Materials and Heat Treatment Manual

Provides information pertaining to engineering materials and material treatment used in gear manufacture. Includes definitions, selection guidelines, heat treatment, quality control, life considerations and a bibliography. Material selection includes ferrous, nonferrous and nonmetallic materials. Examines wrought, cast, and fabricated gear blanks. Includes heat treatment sections on through hardened, flame hardened, induction hardened, carburized, carbonitrided, and nitrided gears. Discusses quenching, distortion and shot peening. Also discusses quality control as related to gear blanks, process control, and metallurgical testing on the final products.

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Ansi-agma 2004-b89-gear Materials And Heat Treatment Manual

Any person who refers to an AGMA Technical Publication should be sure that the publication is the latest available from the Association on the subject matter. Topics included are definitions, selection guidelines, heat treatment, quality control, life considerations and a bibliography. The material selection includes ferrous, nonferrous and nonmetallic materials. Wrought, cast, and fabricated gear blanks are considered. The heat treatment section includes data on through hardened, flame hardened, induction hardened, carburized, carbonitrided, and nitrided gears. Quenching, distortion, and shot peening are discussed. Quality control is discussed as related to gear blanks, process control, and metallurgical testing on the final products.

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