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Computational design of rolling bearings

By: Nguyen-Schafer, Hung.
Publisher: Switzerland Springer 2016Description: xiv, 235p.ISBN: 9783319271309.Subject(s): Bearings (Machinery) -- Computer-aided design | Mathematical models | Automobiles -- Design and constructionDDC classification: 621.822 | N499c Summary: This book comprehensively presents the computational design of rolling bearings dealing with many interdisciplinary difficult working fields. They encompass elastohydrodynamics (EHD), Hertzian contact theory, oil-film thickness in elastohydrodynamic lubrication (EHL), bearing dynamics, tribology of surface textures, fatigue failure mechanisms, fatigue lifetimes of rolling bearings and lubricating greases, Weibull distribution, rotor balancing, and airborne noises (NVH) in the rolling bearings. Furthermore, the readers are provided with hands-on essential formulas based on the up-to-date DIN ISO norms and helpful examples for computational design of rolling bearings. The topics are intended for undergraduate and graduate students in mechanical and material engineering, research scientists, and practicing engineers who want to understand the interactions between these working fields and to know how to design the rolling bearings for automotive industry and many other industries.
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This book
comprehensively presents the computational design of rolling bearings dealing
with many interdisciplinary difficult working fields. They encompass
elastohydrodynamics (EHD), Hertzian contact theory, oil-film thickness in elastohydrodynamic
lubrication (EHL), bearing dynamics, tribology of surface textures, fatigue failure
mechanisms, fatigue lifetimes of rolling bearings and lubricating greases, Weibull distribution,
rotor balancing, and airborne noises (NVH) in the rolling bearings.
Furthermore, the readers are provided with hands-on essential formulas based on
the up-to-date DIN ISO norms and helpful examples for computational design of
rolling bearings.



The topics are intended for undergraduate and graduate students in
mechanical and material engineering, research scientists, and practicing
engineers who want to understand the interactions between these working fields
and to know how to design the rolling bearings for automotive industry and many
other industries.

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