radial load

radial load

[′rād·ē·əl ′lōd]
(mechanical engineering)
The load perpendicular to the bearing axis.
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6" diameter cylinder that is pushed into the rotating tire to apply a radial load.
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.
Radial load loss will depend only on the diameter drain.
The voltages at the buses have been obtained from radial load flow for each new configuration.
For in-creased radial load capacity, the gearheads are unvented with large ball bearings on the output shaft.
The cutter wheel is powered by a high torque, low speed motor that features a robust housing design with high starting torque and radial load capability.
The input shaft will handle up to 80 pounds of radial load.
The dual shaft gearhead offers a backlash of eight arc-minutes, has a peak torque rating of 7450 in-pound and has a peak radial load capacity of up to 1798 pounds.
Navy qualification agency for SAE aerospace parts, conducted certification procedures that included dynamic tests for radial static limit load, axial static limit load, oscillation under radial load, no load rotational breakaway torque, fluid contamination, sub zero temperature, bond integrity and peel strength.
The 5C Rotary Indexer has more accuracy, more spindle clearance, more axial load and more radial load than previous models from the company.
Housed hybrid h3 stepper motors provide high torque output with increased performance, improved heat dissipation and higher side and radial load capability.