Corpus ID: 201816405

TIME-DEPENDENT ANALYSES OF WEAR IN OSCILLATING BEARING APPLICATIONS

@inproceedings{Schwack2017TIMEDEPENDENTAO,
  title={TIME-DEPENDENT ANALYSES OF WEAR IN OSCILLATING BEARING APPLICATIONS},
  author={F. Schwack and Artjom Byckov and Norbert Bader},
  year={2017}
}
  • F. Schwack, Artjom Byckov, Norbert Bader
  • Published 2017
  • INTRODUCTION Oscillating bearings can be found in several industrial applications. The minute motion is intentional in some applications like blade bearings for wind turbines [1]. Other bearings in technical systems are unintentionally affected by vibrations due to operation or shipping. The dominating and therefore most focused upon damage modes in oscillating bearings are false brinelling and fretting corrosion [2]. False brinelling was first mentioned by ALMEN in 1937 [3]. Figure 1 shows a… CONTINUE READING
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