Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings
MEP, 1991 - Technology & Engineering - 411 pages
Analysis of Rolling Element Bearings provides a comprehensive introduction into the theory and design of rolling element bearings.
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Chapter Two Geometric relation in rolling bearings
Chapter Three Contact pressure and deformation
Chapter Four Load distribution in rolling bearings
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angular contact ball angular position angular speed axial load axis cage computed contact angle contact area contact ball bearings contact ellipse contact fatigue contact load contact pressure contact surface cylindrical roller bearings deep groove ball diameter diametral clearance dynamic load rating elastic elastic hysteresis elastohydrodynamic lubrication equation equivalent dynamic load expressed factor following equation friction coefficient grease groove ball bearings gyroscopic high speed ball inner and outer inner raceway inner ring line contact listed in Table load distribution lubrication theory misalignment needle roller bearings oil film thickness operating conditions optimization outer raceway outer ring point contact preloading raceway groove roll ratio rolling bearings rolling element load rolling friction rotational speed self-aligning ball bearings shear stress shown in Fig speed ball bearings spherical roller bearings spin to roll static load rating tapered roller bearings temperature thrust ball bearings thrust bearings tion traction force type of bearing values viscosity Weibull distribution