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This chapter analyzes four gearbox failures, in each case identifying the underlying failure mechanism and recommending changes to reduce vibration. These include failure of an offset parallel gearbox due to gear tooth geometry error; high vibration on high-speed offset parallel gearbox; failure of an epicyclic gearbox; and vibration due to tooth wear.

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