radial load

radial load

[′rād·ē·əl ′lōd]
(mechanical engineering)
The load perpendicular to the bearing axis.
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The bearings are characterised by their high radial load carrying capacity.
Furthermore, the radial load on the cam lobe would increase as the increase of press-fit load.
The main types of bushing designs, three-piece silent bloc, center bonded and mold bonded, will be discussed, along with guidelines for determining radial load carrying capacity, torsion angular capacity, and how to size rubber wall thickness and bushing length.
To damage most wheel bearings, typically the load needs to be a moment load rather than a pure radial load. The moment load can come from a lateral impact into a curb or a moment load, with a stronger radial vector, caused by a vehicle running through a pothole.
(5) Place the pressure-sensitive film between tread and simulation platform, and apply vertical radial load to tyre axle at a constant speed and keep pressure-sensitive film without wrinkle, holding more than 2 minutes after loading, and then measure the static load radius and section width.
* Determination of radial load and misalignment for the bearing
A radial load is assumed as W = 20 N and a mass of M = 0.6 kg.
This linear module can transport up to 1,000kg radial load, and an axial load of up to 250kg is possible.
The radial PM bearing designed to support a radial load, will be unstable in the axial direction and vice versa.
Initial tests in the company's own Technical Centre confirm that, depending on the shaft material used, iglidur Q2 performs between 2 and 5 times better than its standard catalogue polymer materials when used in pivoting applications at a radial load of 76 MPa.
The gearheads are self-lubricating and have high radial load capacity for any given size.