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Effect of Lubrication on Gear Surface Distress
AGMA 925--A03

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Approved March 13, 2003

ABSTRACT

AGMA 925--A03 is an enhancement of annex A of ANSI/AGMA 2101--C95. Various methods of gear surface
distress are included, such as scuffing and wear, and in addition, micro andmacropitting. Lubricant viscometric
information has been added, as has Dudley’s regimes of lubrication theory. A flow chart is included in annex A,
Gaussian theory in annexB, a summary of lubricant test rigs in annexC, and an example calculation in annexD.

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