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Advanced Mainshaft Bearing Solutions for Wind Turbines

Mainshaft bearings inside wind turbines are subjected to extremely harsh operating conditions that result in failure patterns which include surface-initiated fatigue, abrasive wear and uneven internal load distribution. This webinar will introduce you to the latest engineering advancements in spherical roller bearing design, including solutions that allow potentially damaging thrust to be safely transferred through the bearing to the housing support. The resulting reduction in torque, friction and heat significantly improves the overall efficiency of the system, thereby enabling the wind turbine to generate more power – more reliably!

Advanced Mainshaft Bearing Solutions for Wind Turbines

Taming Torsionals in Today’s Commercial Vehicles

A combination of increasingly stringent emissions regulations and rising power density is pushing the torsional response of today's internal-combustion engines to ever higher limits.
This Tech Talk explores how torsional dampers and absorbers can be employed to control excessive torsional energy responses inside rotating shaft systems encountered in today's high-performance engines.

Taming Torsionals in Today’s Commercial Vehicles

Selecting the Right Tapered Roller Bearing for Your Application

Presented in conjunction with SAE International, this 30-minute Webinar details a variety of tapered roller bearing options available to best meet customer needs, including material selection, heat treatment, engineered surfaces, coatings, and other product features. Viewers will also gain an understanding of the tools available to engineers to customize tapered roller bearings that, in turn, can maximize the performance of customer applications.

Selecting the Right Tapered Roller Bearing for Your Application

Introduction to Standard and Custom Actuators

Produced in collaboration with Machine Design magazine, this 30-minute webinar provides an overview of electromechanical actuators, with a particular emphasis on sizing and designing linear actuator into custom applications. Included in this discussion is an examination of relevant factors such as size constraints, motion profiles, duty cycles and loads. Using various example applications, viewers can gain an understanding of the mechanics that allow actuator systems to function effectively.

Introduction to Standard and Custom Actuators

 

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