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Webinar: Bearing Damage Analysis Part II

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

12:00 PM - 01:30 PM


Join us for this webinar on bearing damage modes, covering bearing damage in non-rolling elements. To see the first presentation, see the link below.

Bearing Damage Analysis Part II: Going Beyond Rolling Elements
Instructor:
Dr. Paul Shiller, University of Akron
Where: Online via STLE Univeristy (utilizing WebEx as the webinar software)
When: Tuesday, November 20, 2012, 12:00-1:00 P.M. Central.
Cost: $39.00 for members and $59.00 for non-members

Abstract

Bearing maintenance and proper analysis are the keys to keeping equipment up and running, optimizing performance and decreasing downtime.  Damage in use is caused by: insufficient maintenance practices, mishandling, improper installation and adjustment practices, and inadequate lubrication.

The purpose of this webinar is to help identify some of the more common types of non-rolling element bearing damage, explain possible causes, and discuss corrective actions in relation to the list above.  Damage analysis is always confounded by the fact that there may be more than one type of damage mode.

Damage will be discussed in four areas; mechanical, chemical, thermal, and electrical and will cover these and other topics: wear from foreign material, fatigue, overload, handling and installation damage, misalignment, corrosion and inadequate lubrication.

Discussion areas on "non-rolling" elements will include plain bearings, journal bearings and sliding contact bearings.  The discussion may also include other lubricated contact applications: sliding guides, shafts, seals, and ball joints.

Contact Us:

Phone: (847) 825-5536
Email: Kara Sniegowski at Klemar@stle.org for more information
 
Reminder: Computer speakers or headphones are needed to hear the audio.

For more information on this subject and to get a complete picture on bearing damage analysis, attend this live event, and watch the recording on Bearing Damage in Rolling Element Bearings. Buy together and save! Each event is available as an individual product if you'd like just one of them.

Registration is now open - click the link below to start the purchase process. The registration deadline is November 12 - this ensures adequate time to receive event materials and log in information.

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