Rolling bearing know-how 6 - Load Distribution/Speeds - for technicians - Online
Even if rolling bearings are made of hardened steel, their components are also subject to corresponding deformations and displacements. This has an impact on the loads on the individual rolling elements. Depending on which forces are in which combination and where they act, the size and also the location of the load zones is influenced.
In rolling bearing technology, we have 3 different speeds. The limit speed, the thermal reference speed and the thermally permissible operating speed. What is behind it and where are you needed?
This training module is intended to provide answers to these questions.
- Load distribution, shifting, deflection
- Load angle
- Speeds, definitions, applications
- Calculation of a thermally permissible operating speed
E-learning modules or video tutorials on product knowledge, to which you will be given access in advance of the training.
Registration Schaeffler Technology Center – Training: Ms. Karin Morgenroth
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Possible accommodation expenses need to be paid by the participants. We will gladly assist you with selection of an accommodation.
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Registration no later than 14 days before start of the training course.
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