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A.A. Tkachuk, V.U. Zablotskyi, T.V. Terletskyi, O.L. Kaidyk & S.A. Moroz (2016). Increased Wear Resistance of Surfaces of Rotation Bearings Methods Strengthening-Smoothing Processing. Mechanics, Materials Science & Engineering, Vol 5. doi:10.13140/RG.2.1.1757.91251
Authors: A.A. Tkachuk, V.U. Zablotskyi, T.V. Terletskyi, O.L. Kaidyk, S.A. Moroz
ABSTRACT. Trends of modern engineering put forward higher requirements for quality bearings. This is especially true on production of bearings for special purposes with high speeds of rotation and resource. Much more opportunities in the technology management quality surface layers appear in the application of smoothing-strengthening methods, based on superficial plastic deformation. Working models of cutting lathes, grinders and tool smoothing sequence revealed the formation of operational parameters in the technological cycle of roller rings. The model of the dynamics of elastic deformation of the work piece tool helps identify actions radial force in the contact “surface – indenter.” Using mathematical modelling resolved a number of issues relevant process.
Keywords: bearing, grinding in, microprofile surfaces, the wear resistance, strengthening-smoothing processing
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