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Gearbox vibrations can often be dealt with in the field by modifying, replacing, and repositioning components and adjusting operating conditions and control parameters. Every gearbox design, however, eventually reaches a point where problems due to vibration are not so easily addressed. This chapter discusses such a case, that of an epicyclic reducer plagued by subsynchronous vibration, and explains how the gearbox was redesigned, improving lifetime as well as efficiency.

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