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Different Kinds Of Roller Bearings

Cylindrical roller bearings are available in many designs, dimension series and sizes. The majority are single row bearings with a cage. Single and double row full complement bearings (without cage) complete the standard assortment for general engineering. Cylindrical Roller Bearings with a cage can accommodate heavy radial loads and operate at high speeds. Full complement bearings are suitable for very heavy radial loads at moderate speeds.
In cylindrical roller bearings, the rollers are a key component. Their geometry, the so-called logarithmic profile, provides an optimum stress distribution in the contact zones in the bearing. Their surface finish maximizes lubricant film formation and optimises rolling motion of the rollers. The benefits derived from this compared with traditional designs include enhanced operational reliability and a greater insensitivity to misalignment.the ring with the integral flanges together with the cylindrical roller and cage assembly can be separated from the other ring. This results in easy mounting and dismounting, particularly where the load conditions are such that interference fits are required for both rings.

Tapered roller bearings

The tapered rollers (with larger spherial end) of these bearings are guided precisely by the integral flanges of the washers (shaft washer and housing washer) with raceways. Tapered roller bearings are bearings that can take large axial forces (i.e. they are good thrust bearings) as well as being able to sustain large radial forces.

Spherical roller bearings use rollers that are thicker in the middle and thinner at the ends; the race is shaped to match. Spherical roller bearings can thus adjust to support misaligned loads. However, spherical rollers are difficult to produce and thus expensive, and the bearings have higher friction than a comparable ball bearing since different parts of the spherical rollers run at different speeds on the rounded race and thus there are opposing forces along the bearing/race contact.

This type of bearings is separable. The spherically formed outer ring raceway can make selfalignment. There fore ,if there is deflection of the shaft,it is automatically corrected.There is an angle between the working line of load and the center line of shaft.Then bearings can take not only greatly radial load but also some axial loads in either direction. They have excellentload-carrying capacity and are suitable for use where there are heavy or impact loads, such as waterpower, upright style electromotor ect.

This type of bearing is separable and can carry heavy axial loads. They are single directions bearings and can only accommodate axial load in one direction.They caní»t limit the dispalcement in radial. They are stiff and insensitive to shock loads, and they require little space. Their main use is in applications where the load carrying capacity of thrust ball bearing is inadequate and the speeds requirement is low.

Tapered roller thrust bearings enable axially very compact bearing arrangements to be produced which can carry very heavy axial loads, are insensitive to shock loads and are stiff. Cylindrical roller thrust bearings are suitable for arrangements that have to support heavy axial loads. Furthermore, they are relatively insensitive to shock loads, are very stiff and require little axial space. as standard they are available as single direction bearings and can only accommodate axial loads acting in one direction.