|Course Title:||Rolling-Element Bearings: Fundamentals and Mechanics|
|Course Date:||11/30/2020 - 12/1/2020|
Examine fundamental geometry, kinematics, Hertzian contact mechanics, internal load distributions, preloading, stiffness and various nonlinear relationships of rolling-element bearings. Explore how system performance characteristics are affected by both internal bearing parameters and various bearing row configurations. Learn about boundary influences, such as fit-ups and relative thermal expansions, and gain knowledge related to the design, sizing, analysis and troubleshooting of rolling-element bearings.
This course is ideal for engineers working with mechanisms that contain rolling-element bearings. The topics covered are designed to broaden understanding of fundamentals, highlight important intricacies, and provide a solid foundation for both bearing users and those aspiring to become bearing specialists.
Monday, 11/30/2020: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time
Tuesday, 12/1/2020: 7:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time
Each day will have a 30 minute lunch break and 2 short rest breaks. Please note that Pacific Daylight Time follows daylight savings and will be in the "Fall Back" period during this meeting.
Registration is now closed.