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Title: An analytical model for the prediction of the vibration response of rolling element bearings due to a localized defect
Authors: Tandon, N
Choudhury, A
Keywords: vibration frequencies
rolling bearings
axial loads
discrete spectrum
rolling element defect
Issue Date: 1997
Citation: Journal of Sound and Vibration, 205(3), 275-292
Abstract: An analytical model has been proposed for predicting the vibration frequencies of rolling bearings and the amplitudes of significant frequency components due to a localized defect on outer race,inner race or on one of the rolling elements under radial and axial loads. The model predicts a discrete spectrum having peaks at the characteristic defect frequencies and their harmonics.In the case of an inner race defect or a rolling element defect under a radial load,there are sidebands around each peak. The effect of load and pulse shape on the vibration amplitude has been considered in the model. Typical numerical results for a 6002 deep groove ball bearing have been obtained and plotted.A comparison with the experimental values obtained from published literature shows that the model can be successfully used to predict amplitude ratios among various spectral lines.
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/382
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