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TECHNICAL REPORT 4

The figure below shows a translation stage on rolling elements. The stage should carry at least a

load F=16 kN distributed on eight rolling elements. The material is steel (yield stress Rp0.2 = 1500

MPa).

B) Rolling balls mounted as in Figure - Solution B with the same ball dimension as Solution

A with a ratio ball diameter-ball race diameter D/d = 1.04

C) Rollers with the same diameter as the balls in Solution A and axial roller length equal to

its diameter.

F F F

- Choose the balls diameter by imposing that in the solution A the contact pressure pMAX is

lower than 2340 MPa.

- Calculate the value of the force FMAX which causes in the three different solutions a

maximum contact pressure pMAX =2340 MPa.

- For the three solutions calculate the values of the vertical approach v of the stage for a

given range of force values (0- FMAX ) and plot the curve v - F of the stage

- why pMAX is chosen higher than the material yield stress Rp0.2?

- which is the more and the less stiff stage?

- which is the stage with more and the one with less load capability?

CALCULATION OUTLINE

- determine the force Fc on the single contact ball-plane by a balancing equation;

- using the Hertz formulas in the table below calculate the ball diameter d by imposing the

maximum contact pressure pMAX =2340 MPa (D= since the contact is sphere-plane);

- the diameter value should be chosen as an integer number x or x.5;

- using the Hertz formulas in the table below calculate the value of the force FMAX which

causes a maximum contact pressure pMAX =2340 MPa with the chosen ball diameter;

- using the Hertz formulas in the table below calculate the relationship between the contact

approach and the contact force Fc;

- calculate the relationship between the contact approach and the total vertical approach v

of the stage;

- calculate the values of the vertical approach v of the stage for a given range of force

values (0- FMAX ) and plot the curve v - F of the stage

2) For the solution B and C assuming the same ball and roller diameter chosen for solution A :

- calculate the value of the force FMAX which causes in the three different solutions a

maximum contact pressure pMAX =2340 MPa, use Hertz formulas of the table below for the

solution C and the general formulas (see slides 39-41 Chapter 1 Hertz theory) for solution

B;

- calculate the values of the vertical approach v of the stage for a given range of force

values (0- FMAX ) and plot the curve v - F of the stage

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