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Homework 11

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Problem 112
For the angular-contact 02-series ball bearing as described, the rating life
multiple is:
xD =

L D 60 LD n D 60 ( 40000 ) 520
=
=
=1248
LR
L10
106

The design radial load is:


F D =1.4 ( 725 )=1015 lbf =4.52 kN
Equation 11-6:
C10=1015

1
3

1248

[ ( )]

1
0.02+(4.4590.02) ln
0.9

1
1.483

Selecting an 0.2-60mm bearing with

=10930 lbf =48.6 kN


Table 11-2:

C10=55.9 kN

Equation 11-18:

{[

4.52 3
1248(
) 0.02
55.9
R=exp
4.439

]}
1.483

=0.945

Problem 113:
For the straight-roller 03-series bearing selection, xD = 1248 rating lives
from Prob. 11-2 solution.
F D =1.4 ( 2235 )=3129 lbf =13.92 kN
C10=13.92

1248
1

3
10

) =118 kN

Table 11-3: Select a 03-60 mm bearing with


Equation 11-18:

C10

= 123 kN.

{[

13.92 103
1248(
) 0.02
123
R=exp
4.4590.02

]}
1.483

=0.917

Problem 114:
The combined reliability of the two bearings selected in Probs. 11-2 and
11-3 is
R=( 0.945 )( 0.917 )=0.867
We can choose a reliability goal of

0.90=0.95 for each bearing. We make

the selections, find the existing reliabilities, multiply them together, and
observe that the reliability goal is exceeded due to the roundup of
capacity upon table entry. Another possibility is to use the reliability of one
bearing, say R1 . Then set the reliability goal of the second as
R 1=

0.90
R2

or vice versa. This gives three pairs of selections to compare in terms of


cost, geometry implications, etc.
Problem 115:
Establish a reliability goal of

0.90 = 0.95 for each bearing. For an 02-

series angular contact ball bearing,


C10=1015

1
3

1248

[ ( )]

1
0.02+ 4.439 ln
0.95

1
1.438

=12822lbf =57.1 kN

Select an 02-65 mm angular-contact bearing with

{[

4.52 3
1248(
) 0.02
63.7
R A =exp
4.439

]}
1.483

=0.962

For an 03-series straight roller bearing,

C10

= 63.7 kN.

C10=13.92

1
3

1248

[ ( )]

1
0.02+ 4.439 ln
0.95

1
1.438

=136.5 kN

Select an 03-65 mm straight-roller bearing with

{[

13.92 103
1248(
) 0.02
138
RB =exp
4.439

C10

= 138 kN.

]}
1.483

= 0.953

The overall reliability is R = (0.962)(0.953) = 0.917, which exceeds the


goal.
Problem116:
For the straight cylindrical roller bearing specified with a service factor of
1, R = 0.95 and F R = 20 kN.
xD =

L D 60 LD n D 60 ( 8000 ) 950
=
=
=456
LR
L10
106

C10=20

3
10

456

[ ( )]

0.02+ 4.439 ln

1
0.95

1
1.438

=145 kN

Problem 118:
a)

F D =2 kN , L D=10 9 rev , R=0.90

Equation 11-3:
1

C10=F D

b)

9 1
LD a
10 3
=2
=20 kN
6
LR
10

( ) ( )

F D =800lbf , L D =8000 hours , n D=350 rev /min , R=0.90

Equation 11-3:
C10=F D

c)

LD n D 60 a
8000(350)(60) 13
=800
4414 lbf
6
LR
10

F D =650lbf , L D=10400 hours , n D=400 rev/min , R=0.95

Assume an application factor of one. The multiple of rating life is


xD =

L D 10400(400)(60)
=
=249.6
6
LR
10

Eq. (11-6):
C10= (1 )( 650 )

d)

1
3

249.6

[ ( )]

1
0.02+ 4.439 ln
0.95

1
1.438

=4800 lbf

F D =11 kip , L D=20000 hours , nD =200 rev /min , R=0.99

Assume an application factor of one. Use the Weibull parameters for


Manufacturer 2 on p. 608.
The multiple of rating life is
xD =

L D 20000(200)(60)
=
=240
LR
106

Eq. (11-6):
C10= (1 )( 11 )

1
3

240

[ ( )]

0.02+ 4.439 ln

1
0.99

1
1.438

=113 kips

Problem 1120:
Fa =3 kN , Fr =7 kN , n D =500 rev/min , V =1.2
From Table 11-2, with a 65mm bore,
Fa 3
= =0.088
C o 34

C o=34.0 kN

From table 11-1, 0.28 e 3.0


Fa
3
=
=0.357
VF r 1.2(7)
Since this is greater than e , interpolating table 11-1 with
Fa
=0.088 , we obtain
Co
Equation 11-9:

X 2=0.56Y 2 =1.53

Fe = X i VF r +Y i F a =( 0.56 ) ( 1.2 ) 7+ (1.53 ) 3=9.29 kN


Fe > F r

=>using Fe

(b) Use Eq. (11-7) to determine the necessary rated load the
bearing should have to carry the equivalent radial load for the
desired life and reliability. Use the Weibull parameters for
Manufacturer 2 on p. 608.
L
10000(500)(60)
xD= D =
=300
LR
106
Equation 11-7:

C10=af F D

xD
1

x o +(x o )(1R D ) b

C10=1 ( 9.29 )

1
a

300
0.02+ ( 4.4590.02 ) (10.95 )

1
1.483

1
3

=73.4 kN

From Table 11-2, the 65 mm bearing is rated for 55.9 kN, which is less
than the necessary rating to meet the specifications. This bearing should
not be expected to meet the load, life, and reliability goals.
Problem 1121:
a)
Fa =2 kN , F r =5 kN , n D=400

rev
,V =1
min

From Table 11-2, 30 mm bore,

C10=19.5 kN ,C 0=10.0 kN

Fa 2
= =0.2
C 0 10
From Table 11-1, 0.34 e 0.38
Fa
2
=
=0.4
V F r (1 )( 5 )

Since this is greater than e, interpolating Table 11-1, with


obtain

X 2=0.56

and

Y 2=1.27

Fa
=0.2 , we
C0

Fe = X i V F r +Y i F a= ( 0.56 ) (1 ) ( 5 ) + ( 1.27 ) ( 2 )=5.34 kN

Eq. (11-9):
Fe > F r

so use

Fe

b)
Solving Eq. (11-7) for
C 10
xD =
af FD

19.5
( 1 ) (5.34 )

xD

) [ x + (x ) (1R ) ]
0

1
b

) [ 0.02+ ( 4.4590.02 )( 10.99 ) ]


3

10.66
xD =

L D LD n D (60)
=
6
LR
10

Problem 1140:
FrA

= 560 lbf

FrB

= 1095 lbf

Fae

= 200 lbf

10 6

90
L
40000 ( 400 ) 60
xD= D =

LR
R= 0.9=0.949
Eq. (11-15):
FiA =

0.47 F rA 0.47(560)
=
=175.5 lbf
KA
1.5

FiB=

0.47 F rB 0.47 (1095)


=
=343.1lbf
KB
1.5

FiA ? F iB ( F iB + F ae )

1
1.483

175.5 lbf

(343.1+200)= 543.1 lbf, so Eq. (11-16) applies.

We will size bearing Bfirst since its induced load will affect bearing A, but
is not itself affected by the induced load from bearing A[see Eq. (11-16)].
From Eq. (11-16b),

FeB =

FrB = 1095 lbf.

Eq. (11-7):
1
1.5

10.949
10.67
=3607 lbf
3
10
4.48()

F RB=1.4 ( 1095 )
Select cone 32305, cup 32305, with 0.9843 inbore, and rated at 3910 lbf
with K= 1.95. With bearing B selected, we re-evaluate the induced load
from bearing Busing the actual value for K.
Eq. (11-15):
FiB=

0.47 F rB 0.47 (1095)


=
=263.9lbf
KB
1.95

Find the equivalent radial load for bearing Afrom Eq. (11-16), which still
applies.
Eq. (11-16a):
FeA =0.4 FrA + K A (F iB + F ae )
FeA =0.4 560 1.5263.9 200 920 lbf
FeA > F rA
1

10.949 1.5
10.67
=3030lbf
3
10
4.48()

F RA =1.4 ( 920 )
Tentatively select cone M86643, cup M86610, with 1 in bore, and rated at
3250 lbf with K= 1.07. Iterating with the new value for K, we get FeA = 702
lbf and FrA= 2312 lbf. By using a bearing with a lower K, the rated load
decreased significantly, providing a higher than requested reliability.

Further examination with different combinations of bearing choices could


yield additional acceptable solutions.
Problem1144:
The left bearing is compressed by the axial load, so it is properly
designated as bearing A.
Fae =250 lbf ;
FrA =875 lbf ;
FrB =625 lbf ;
Assume K=1.5 for each bearing for the first iteration. Obtain the induced
loads.
Eq. (11-15):

FiA =

0.47 F rA 0.47(875)
=
=274 lbf
KA
1.5

Eq. (11-15):

FiB=

0.47 F rB 0.47 (625)


=
=196 lbf
KB
1.5

Check the condition on whether to apply Eq.(11-16) or Eq. (11-17)


FiA x F iB + F ae
274lbf < 196+250 lbf, so Eq. (11-16) applies
We will size bearing B first since its induced load will affect bearing A. but
it is notaffected by the induced load from bearing A
From Eq. (11-16b),
Eq. (11-3):

FeB =F rB =625 lbf

F RB=a f F D

[ ]
LD
LR

3
10

=1 ( 625 )

90 000 ( 150 )( 60 )
90 ( 106 )

3
10

=1208 lbf

Select cone 07100, cup 07196, with 1 in bore, and rated at 1570 lbf with
K=1.45
With bearing B selected, we reevaluate the induced load from bearing B
using the actual value for K
Eq. (11-15):

FiB=

0.47 F rB 0.47 ( 625 )


=
=203lbf
KB
1.45

Find the equivalent radial load for bearing A from Eq.(11-16), which still
applies.

Eq. (11-16a):
FeA =0.4 FrA + K A ( FiB + F ae ) =0.4 ( 875 ) +1.5 ( 203+250 ) =1030lbf
FeA > F rA

Eq. (11-3):

F RA=af F D

[ ]
LD
LR

3
10

90 000 (150 )( 60 )
=1 ( 1030 )
90 ( 106 )

3
10

=1990 lbf

Any of the bearing with 1-1/8 in bore are more than adequate. Select cone
15590, cup 15520, rated at 2480 lbf with K=1.69. Iterating with the new
value for K, we get FeA =1120 lbf and FrA =2160 lbf . The selected bearing
is still adequate