Lubrication Specialist Priority Group 1 

Bearings- Intermediate

Bearings are basic machine components designed to reduce friction between moving parts and to support a moving load.

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Basic Handbook of Lubrication - Third Edition
Chapter 28 - Effective Bearing Failure Analysis

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol. I

Chapter 7.1 & 7.2- Principles of Gas Turbine Bearings and Lubrication Design
Chapter 20- Mining Industry 

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol. II
Chapter 49- Lubrication of Rolling Element Bearings
Chapter 54- Sliding Bearings 

Handbook of Lubrication and Tribology- Vol. III

Chapter 19- Bearings and Seals- Hydrodynamic and Hydrostatic Seals
Chapter 20- Bearings and Seals- Rolling Bearing Fatigue Life
Chapter 22- Bearings and Seals- Self-Contained Bearing Lubrication: Rings, Disks, and Wicks
Chapter 23- Bearings and Seals- Water and Process Fluid Bearings 

Lubrication Fundamentals - Third Edition  
Chapter 8 - Lubricating Films and Machine Elements: Bearings, Slides, Guides, Ways, Gears, Cylinders, Couplings, Chains, Wire Ropes

Practical Lubrication for Industrial Facilities
Chapter 12- Bearings and Other Machine Elements

Tribology Data Handbook 
Chapter 48- Rolling Element Bearing Materials
Chapter 49- Oil Film Bearing Materials
Chapter 60- Rolling Bearings Performance and Design Data
Chapter 65- Porous Metal Bearings
Chapter 83- Ball and Roller Bearing Troubleshooting

The Lubrication Engineers Manual – Fourth Edition
Chapter 3- Maintenance and Reliability of Rotating Assemblies 
Chapter6 - Bearing Practices (includes advanced info)