Oscillating rolling element bearings: A review of tribotesting and analysis approaches

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de la Presilla, R.; Wandel, S.; Stammler, M.; Grebe, M.; Poll, G. et al.: Oscillating rolling element bearings: A review of tribotesting and analysis approaches. In: Tribology International 188 (2023), 108805. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.triboint.2023.108805

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Rolling element bearings, when subjected to small oscillating movements or vibrations, run the risk of being damaged by mechanisms such as Standstill Marks and False Brinelling. Damages resulting from these phenomena can decrease bearing fatigue life and increase wear-induced friction torque. These failures do not correlate well with standard life estimation approaches. Experimental studies play a crucial role in gaining knowledge in this area. The review integrates knowledge from experiments ranging from single contacts to laboratory and full-scale bearings in wind power and aerospace applications. The generalization is achieved using a non-dimensional amplitude parameter that relates rolling element travel during an oscillation to the Hertzian contact size. The review encompasses testing methods, procedures, reporting practices, result scaling, and application-specific considerations.
License of this version: CC BY 4.0 Unported
Document Type: Article
Publishing status: publishedVersion
Issue Date: 2023
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