Join Now!

Join our welcoming International Design Community.

Read about the many benefits of becoming and remaining a member.

Full, Associate, Departmental and Institutional Membership available.

Complete this application form to join now.

Design Science Journal
Papers

Application of Damage Model for Numerical Determination of Carrying Capacity of Large Rolling Bearings

Application of Damage Model for Numerical Determination of  Carrying Capacity of Large Rolling Bearings

Year: 2002

Section: Industrial solutions

Editor: Marjanovic D.

Author: Kunc, R.; Prebil, I.; Rodic, T.; Korelc, J.

Section: Industrial solutions

Pages: 661-666

Abstract

An exploitation of large axial bearings includes some load peaks, which cause permanent deformation of rolling contact. The plastic strain of base material under the hardened rolling layer starts to grow. The consequence may be micro cracks on the edge of the hardened layer or also pealing of the hardened layer. Because of that we have used in our computation a damage model, which includes isotropic and kinematic hardening and growth of damage. Damage model allows us to follow the variation of elastic and plastic stress and deformation as a function of the number of cycles. The article shows how the described model can be used for the determination of the actual carrying capacity of the rolling contact in low speed axial bearings.

Keywords: rotational connections, rolling contact, finite element method, cyclic plasticity, damage

Download
ds endorsed conferenceDESIGN 2002 - 7th International Design Conference

DESIGN 2002 - 7th International Design Conference7th International Design Conference...

Read More

Join Now!

Join our welcoming International Design Community.

Read about the many benefits of becoming and remaining a member.

Full, Associate, Departmental and Institutional Membership available.

Complete this application form to join now.

Download
Keywords
Design 2010