journal bearing


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journal bearing

[′jərn·əl ‚ber·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
A cylindrical bearing which supports a rotating cylindrical shaft.
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[21.] Costa, L., Miranda, A.S., Fillon, M., and Claro, J.C.P., "An Analysis of the Influence of Oil Supply Conditions on the Thermohydrodynamic Performance of a Single-Groove Journal Bearing," Proc.
Rough Surfaces The preceding considerations of the hydrodynamic effects in the lubrication film of a journal bearing were performed under the assumption of ideally smooth surfaces.
The simulation object is the test tilting-pad journal bearing of Taniguchi et al.
Laser texturing provides a relatively cheap and rapid method to create textured surface; Figure 2 briefly shows a schematic diagram of the partially textured journal bearing with rectangular dimples.
Based on the above experimental research in journal bearing, we find few researches into the influence of the journal parameter and bearing-rotor system.
The different types of journal bearings are - Plain journal bearing, Partial arc journal bearing, Axial groove journal bearing, Spiral groove journal bearing, Elliptical journal bearing and Three or four lobe journal bearing.
The journal bearing considered in this study is that of a Diesel General Motors engine, as investigated by Goenka et al [16] and Bonneau et al.
Key words: journal bearings, stiffness and damping coefficients
Temco journal bearing assemblies have integrated raceways, which allow for a compact size and high running accuracy with speeds up to 100,000 rpm.
The two 120-degree journal bearing shells (1) are mounted in the specimen holders (2) which are further connected to the adapter.
Xie, "Identification of oil film coefficients of large journal bearings on a full scale journal bearing test rig," Tribology International, vol.
(3.) Wang, Q., Shi, F., Lee, S., "A Mixed-Lubrication Study of Journal Bearing Conformal Contacts, J.