of palloid-toothed bevel gears lies in a greater degree of overlap compared to
straight-toothed bevel gears. The palloid tooth profile is particularly
insensitive to changes in the meshing (contact pattern changes). There are
restrictions in the choice of helix angle, which should be between 35° and 45°.
The sliding movement takes place in opposite directions during the engagement
of two tooth flanks, which leads to smoother running compared to
straight-toothed bevel gears. The greater number of meshed teeth in palloid
bevel gears also results in higher load capacity.