Comparison of predicted and experimental thermal performance of angular-contact ball bearings
Richard Jay Parker, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1984 - Technology & Engineering - 16 pages
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120-mm-bore ball bearing 167-mm-bore ball bearing 35-mm bearing 35-mm-bore ball bearing 35-mm-bore bearing angular-contact ball bearings ball bearing tests bearing cavity XCAV bearing data bearing pitch diameter bearing temperatures bearing with jet capability of Shaberth cmVmin gpm comparison of experimental computer program Shaberth Correlation coefficient dynamic program enters the bearing experimental heat experimental thermal performance figure 14 flow paths function of lubricant heat rejected inner race Inner-race temperature input jet lubrication load and oil-in lubricant flow rate lubricant percent volume lubricant volume percent nodal system node O Lubricant oil-in temperature Oil-out temperature Outer-race temperature penetration ratio performance of 35-mm-bore performance of ball performance prediction Predicted and experimental range of shaft rate through bearing references 14 rolling-element bearing Scatter diagram shown in figure speed and lubricant Support bearing system and lubricant temperature and heat through-the-race lubrication Thrust load total bearing heat Total lubricant flow values of XCAV XCAV values