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We have once again attracted the most pre-eminent gearing experts to present papers at Gears as well as some of the best and brightest newcomers, including the winner of the BGA/IMECHE Student prize, who we have no doubt will be making an impact on the Gearing Industry in the future.

Please see speakers and topics below:


        Title: “A method to quantify waviness measurement capability of a gear measurement machine.”

        Speaker: Tom Reavie.

   Title: “Quantification and Optimisation of Power Skiving Capability.”

   Speaker: Ben Cook.

       Title: “Geometrical product specification (GPS): what is it and how do we apply it to involute gear measurement?”

       Speaker: Rob Frazer.

       Title: “In-Process Gear Measurement for Reduced Production Times.”

       Speaker: Jonathan Brothwood.

                                     Title: “Reducing prototypes and development costs by predicting oil splashing, lubrication and churning losses.”

                                     Speaker: Massimo Galbiati.

                     Title: “Double Helical Gears – Grinding, Measuring, Stock Removal Documentation.”

                     Speaker: Holger Staub.

 Title: “Efficiency and Noise, Vibration and Harshness in systems transmitting power with gears.”

 Speaker: Stephanos Theodossiades.

     Title: “Failure analysis into root fillet region of spline.”

     Speaker: Murray Wankling.


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