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Calculation of load capacity of spur and helical gears - Part 5: Strength and quality of materials
ISO 6336-5:2016 describes contact and tooth-root stresses and gives numerical values for both limit stress numbers. It specifies requirements for material quality and heat treatment and comments on their influences on both limit stress numbers. Values in accordance with this document are suitable for use with the calculation procedures provided in ISO 6336-2, ISO 6336-3 and ISO 6336-6 and in the application standards for industrial, high-speed and marine gears. They are applicable to the calculation procedures given in ISO 10300 for rating the load capacity of bevel gears. This document is applicable to all gearing, basic rack profiles, profile dimensions, design, etc., covered by those standards. The results are in good agreement with other methods for the range indicated in the scope of ISO 6336-1 and ISO 10300-1.
This document, together with ISO 6336-1, ISO 6336-2, ISO 6336-3 and ISO 6336-6, provides the principles for a coherent system of procedures for the calculation of the load capacity of cylindrical involute gears with external or internal teeth. ISO 6336 is designed to facilitate the application of future knowledge and developments, as well as the exchange of information gained from experience. Allowable stress numbers, as covered by this document, may vary widely. Such variation is attributable to defects and variations of chemical composition (charge), structure, the type and extent of hot working (e.g. bar stock, forging, reduction ratio), heat treatment, residual stress levels, etc. Tables summarize the most important influencing variables and the requirements for the different materials and quality grades. The effects of these influences on surface durability and tooth bending strength are illustrated by graphs.
This document covers the most widely used ferrous gear materials and related heat treatment processes. Recommendations on the choice of specific materials, heat treatment processes or manufacturing processes are not included. Furthermore, no comments are made concerning the suitability or otherwise of any materials for specific manufacturing or heat treatment processes.
ISO/TR 10064-2:1996 (E) Cor 1:2001 Cor 2:2006
ISO/TR 10064-3:1996 (E) Cor 1:2006
ISO/TR 10064-4:1998(E) Cor 1:2006
ISO/TR 10064-5:2005 Cor 1:2006
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