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What you need to know about Bearing Adjustment, Clearance and Setting

Abstract 

The purpose of this presentation is to discuss the variables that impact mounted bearing clearance or mounted setting. By the end of the session, the attendees will be able to describe the process to select the proper amount of internal clearance for a given bearing style. This session is important because proper selection of bearing clearance, thermal gradients, shaft and housing fits will optimize the load zone of the bearing.  This in turn reduces the stress within the bearing and optimizes the L10 life.

Learning Objectives

  • Attendees will be able to define and identify bearing class and tolerance for key product types
  • Attendees will be able to define and describe the process for measuring internal clearance for non-adjustable bearing types
  • Attendees will be able to calculate the impact of interference fits and thermal effects on bearing internal clearance
  • Attendees will be able to describe how adjustable bearing clearance is achieved

 Presenters:

Michael D. Allega – Specialist Application Engineer, The Timken Corporation - 14 years with The Timken Company working a variety of roles within engineering. 

Jesse Yorty – Principal Application Engineer, The Timken Corporation -  10 years with The Timken Company working a variety of roles within engineering.

Moderator:

John M. Byers, Technical Development Manager, The Timken Corporation- 22 years with The Timken Company serving a variety of roles in sales and engineering.  

This webinar will provide an introduction to the mounting of tapered roller bearings in end play or preload adjustment.

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Effect of Contact Geometry on Ball Bearing Performance

This webinar provides an introduction to ball bearing raceway contact geometry and the impact of various factors on bearing performance. Moderated by Les Miller, VP of Engineering at Kaydon, the webinar will highlight the influence of ball bearing contact geometry on contact stress, bearing deflections (stiffness), friction torque and fatigue life.

The course is instructed by Rob Roos, Principal Product Engineer at Kaydon, who has more than 15 years of bearing industry experience and provides design and application support for bearing users across a variety of industries and applications.

Participants completing this webinar will be able to:

  • Define the key characteristics of ball bearing geometry.
  • Understand the fundamental geometric configurations of ball bearing types (radial, angular, and 4-point contact).
  • Define the effect of osculation on stress, life and deflection of ball bearings.
  • Understand the tradeoffs of bearing geometry when considering speed, friction torque and stiffness.
  • Define how ball bearing fitting practice influences performance in the applications.
  • Understand the geometric factors and their relative contribution to ball bearing load ratings.

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Importance of Surface Topography 

Presented by:  Silvio Vasconi, Regional Manager - SKF USA, Inc.

Moderated by:  Jim Oliver, Director of Technical Sales Support – SKF USA, Inc.

Participants completing this webinar will be able to:

 

  • Understand the basic roughness measurement physical principles.
  • Identify the most important height parameters of roughness according to ISO.
  • Understand the effect of surface topography in bearing life according to ISO.
  • Associate certain bearing failure modes with poor lubrication.
  • Understand the effects of surface topography in bearing friction and surface fatigue.

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Bearing Nomenclature

Description: This webinar is designed to provide a guide to the understanding of the basic rolling element bearing part number system used for primary bearing types and how special features of the bearing are described using prefixes and suffixes. It will demonstrate that while bearing manufacturers using the ISO numbering system will have similar basic part numbers, they will use different prefix and suffix nomenclature to describe the special features of the bearing.  Examples will be given.

The course is moderated by Jim Oliver, Director of Application Engineering for SKF USA Inc., with 29 years in the bearing industry and Kathleen Bommer, Application Engineer for SKF with 5 years in both OEM and aftermarket technical support. 

 

Objectives:

Participants completing this webinar will be able to:·        

  • Understand the purpose and function of rolling element bearings
  • Understand what the bearing type and size is based on the part number 
  • Calculate the nominal bearing bore (inner diameter) from a part number
  • Understand the special features described in the prefix and/or suffix of the bearing and how manufacturers use prefix and/or suffix nomenclature  
  • Realize and understand the difference between internal clearance/endlay designations and dimensional tolerance designations

 

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Bearing Failure Modes & Their Causes

DescriptionAs covered under previous ABMA webinars, the calculation of bearing life is based on the basic fatigue life of the bearing material and certain assumptions of the usage conditions considering the application.  However, many times bearings do not achieve their calculated life, in effect suffering an early life failure.  These early life failures are usually the result of unanticipated usage conditions, improper bearing installation, handling, maintenance, lubrication methods, and contamination.  This webinar will address many of the more common bearing failure modes, their causes, and what to do in case of a failure. 

This course will be moderated by Bimal Nathwani, Application Engineering Manager at NSK Corporation, with over 20 year in the bearing industry and presented by Dean Thayer, Senior Development Engineer at NSK Corporation, with nearly 10 years in the bearing industry.

Objectives:

Participants completing this webinar will be able to:

  • Know what the normal failure mode is for a bearing that has met or exceeded its calculated life
  • Know what kind of evidence preservation and data collection is necessary for a proper  failure investigation
  • Identify various unexpected or early life bearing failure modes
  • Assign potential causes to a bearing failure based on the investigation

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Bearing Steels & Heat Treatment

Presented by: Dr. Markus Dinkel, Materials Development with the Schaeffler

Moderated by: Greg Tinnell, Senior Vice President of Human Resources Americas, Schaeffler

Description: This webinar is designed to provide an overview of numerous issues related to materials from which bearings and their components are manufactured. This will include a general overview of the process of steelmaking and hot forming as well as a discussion of impurities which are common to all steels, and their influence on performance. The presenters will also go over the principal ways of adjusting the strength of the steel (such as hardening grades with martensitic and bainitic structure, as well as case hardened components). The webinar will conclude with a comparison of the effect of these variants on life of bearings in different service conditions.

 Participants completing this webinar will:

  • Know the regular processes for bearing steel production
  • Understand the differences in chemical composition through hardening and case carburizing bearing steels
  • Understand the critical importance of inclusion on bearing life
  • Understand the differences in martensitic, bainsitic and case carburizing heat treatments
  • Understand the effect of heat on the dimensional stability of bearings

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Understanding Bearing Lubrication

Description: It is generally recognized that bearings need lubrication to perform properly.  But why?  Except for a few very specialized applications, lubrication is accomplished by applying a lubricating fluid or grease. But how does the lubrication work and how do you pick a good one?  In this presentation these questions are discussed with emphasis on rolling element bearings.  

Topics covered include:

  • Hydrodynamic, sliding and rolling element bearings
  • Basics of oil film formation and thickness
  • Key operating parameters affecting lubricant choice
  • Oil film thickness influence on bearing performance including friction and life
  • Lubricant types including grease

Learning Objectives:

  • The differences between bearing types and their lubrication needs
  • How a lubricant film is formed in bearing operation
  • What to consider when selecting a bearing lubricant
  • The different types of bearing lubricants

This course was moderated by Les Miller, Vice President of Engineering at Kaydon, and presented by Dan Snyder, Consultant and President of Bearing and Lubes Consulting, LLC.

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Grease Fundamentals

Description: This webinar covers the definition of grease, how it differs from oil, what it is comprised of, how its manufacture differs from oil blending, typical property definitions, pros and cons of different thickener types and compatibility concerns. The participants will be better able to understand the impacts of thickener type and manufacturing on grease performance, as well as be aware of potential problems from incompatibility.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the key differences between greases and oils.
  • Identify better choices among the different thickener types for some basic applications.
  • Know which grease thickener types are most commonly used and why.
  • Understand of the complexity and importance of manufacturing processes to the final performance properties of grease.
  • Realize the danger of depending on generic grease compatibility charts.

This course will be moderated by Blake Scanlon, Director of Global Sales & Engineering Development, Bearings & Power Transmission Group at The Timken Company, and presented by Chuck Coe, President of Grease Technology Solutions, LLC. 

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Bearing Fatigue Life and Industry Standards

Abstract

This webinar provides an introduction to bearing fatigue life calculation as set forth in industry standards. The presentation will offer an overview of the relevant industry standards, explain fatigue failure mechanisms and define concepts such as dynamic equivalent load, dynamic load rating and fatigue limit that are essential to understanding fatigue life calculations. We will also review the basic life and modified life calculation methods described in ISO 281:2007. This webinar provides the basic foundation for understanding and performing bearing fatigue life calculations.

Learning Objectives

Participants completing this webinar will be able to:

  • Identify industry standards that govern bearing fatigue life calculation and related load ratings
  • Understand the basic differences between the various fatigue life calculation methods explained in the industry standards
  • Understand how dynamic load rating is used in fatigue life calculation and potential issues arising from use of this load rating for other purposes
  • Define important terminology used in fatigue life standards and the concepts they represent
  • Perform basic bearing fatigue life calculations

Presenter
Dave Sirrine, Manager of Application Engineering at NSK Corporation

Moderator
Bimal Nathwani, Engineering Manager at NSK Corporation

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Effect of Geometry on Roller Bearing Performance

Presented by: Rick Janssen, Staff Engineer- NTN Bearing Corporation of America

Moderated by: James Misch, Director of Industrial Engineering - NTN Bearing Corporation of America

Abstract


This webinar will review how to calculate the maximum element load, contact ellipse, shear stress and contact stress in rolling element bearings. In addition, it explores how roller / raceway crown and misalignment can affect these values.

Learning Objectives

Participants completing this webinar will be able to:

  • Identify contact and maximum sheer stress in roller bearings.
  • Define maximum bearing element load, and identify the difference between point and line contact.
  • Understand the difference between center and edge stress in roller bearings.
  • Define how shaft and housing misalignment can result in edge stress which effects bearing life.
  • Identify the different types of crowning applied to roller bearings to enhance bearing performance.

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