Allowable stress numbers rather than strengths we

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allowable stress numbers rather than strengths . We will refer to them as strengths for consistency. The gear strength values are only for use with the AGMA stress values, and should not be compared with other true material strengths. AGMA Strengths
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Allowable Bending Stress
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Bending Strengths for through-hardened Steel Gears
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Bending Strengths for Nitrided through-hardened Steel Gears
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Bending Strengths for Nitriding Steel Gears
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Example: If a pinion is made of nitralloy Grade 2 material with core hardness of 280 Brinell. Find the allowable bending strength.
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