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gas bearing

[′gas ‚ber·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A journal or thrust bearing lubricated with gas. Also known as gas-lubricated bearing.
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It has a large number of industrial applications such as, for fluid bearing and fluid clutches that require a heavy liquid,it is also a good option to be used as an electrode, which can work at high temperature i.e.
This suggests barite precipitation by mixing of two endmember fluids at varying ratios during barite formation: warm (up to 70 [degrees]C) reducing fluid bearing Ba, characterized by an elevated radiogenic Sr- and [.sup.34]S-enriched isotopic signal, and a cooler ambient fluid bearing an isotopically lighter dissolved sulphate, characterized by lower Sr isotope ratios.
Such covariation suggests a mixing of two endmember fluids at varying ratios--one being a more evolved fluid with elevated Sr isotope ratios and isotopically heavy sulphate, possibly derived from reworked porewater, and the other being a fluid bearing isotopically light sulphate and less radiogenic Sr isotope signature, possibly representing the original porewater (Maynard et al.
Rockwell, "A new fluid bearing test rig for oil and water bearing," in Proceedings of the ASME Turbo Expo: Power for Land, Sea, and Air, vol.
To the absorber with two pipes, the geometrical change of the turning chamber volume because of the piston movement is equilibrated after the fluid bearing through piston valve as well with the pressure or attraction of oil in that chamber.
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The new process supports a ball in a fluid bearing. Held in the chuck of a multi-axis CNC machine, the burnishing ball rolls over areas of the part needing treatment.
With its hermetically sealed organic Rankine cycle turbogenerator rotating on fluid bearings, the unit has only one moving part and no metal-to-metal contact.
When compared with conventional rolling element spindle bearings, its fluid bearings offer significantly reduced runout, improved stiffness, reduced vibration, increased dampening, unlimited beating life, and capability to rough and finish on one spindle, Ingersoll claims.