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This article shows the wear and the amount of load that occurs in the gears under different loads and under different operating conditions of the contact surfaces, and is given by the formulas. The values of loads and wear rates on gears are given in tabular form based on curves. According to the results of the study, an increase in the load value affects the wear rate, as well as the load values q = 100; 200; 300; 400; at N/mm, a decrease in the wear rate was found. The load concentration and accumulation of dislocations in the material, their approach and appearance of cracks, as well as the deep propagation of small cracks on the metal that occur mainly on the friction surface under the influence of normal pressure and friction force are studied.

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