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Rolling-element bearing modeling: A review

  • Seong-Wook HongEmail author
  • Van-Canh Tong
Review

Abstract

For the past several decades, significant efforts have been devoted to modeling and analysis of rolling-element bearings to aid in their design and application. This paper reviewed the modeling and analysis of rolling-element bearings with emphasis on single-row ball and roller bearings. The application of bearing models was reviewed as well along with illustrative results.

Keywords

Contact Misalignment Modeling Preload Rolling-element bearing Stiffness 

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