Operating characteristics of a large-bore roller bearing to speeds of 3 x 106 DN
Fredrick T. Schuller, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, Lewis Research Center
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1979 - Technology & Engineering - 29 pages
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118-millimeter-bore roller bearing 2x10 cubic meter axial grooves bearing bore bearing clearance bearings operating Btu/min cage speed cooling at flow cooling oil flow Cooling the outer curve diametral clearance Effect of Cage Effect of total ester free-state gal/min heat transfer inner ring inner-ring cooling inner-ring temperature interference fit load on bearing loads from 2200 lubricant power loss lubricating and cooling maximum bearing temperature meter per minute MIL-L-23699 specifications millimeter newtons 2000 lb newtons 500 Number oil flow rate Oil was supplied oil-inlet temperature Outer-ring cooling flow Outer-ring cooling oil outer-ring temperature parameters were radial percent cage slip preload radial holes radial load rate to inner ring on bearing rolling elements rolling-element bear round outer ring shown in figure slight interference Slip on Bearing speed and total temperature for various temperature of 366 test shaft test-bearing tests were conducted thermocouple total oil flow various total oil wear