Ultra-precision bearings can achieve extreme accuracy of rotation, making them ideal for use in numerous applications across a variety of fields, including hard disk drives, roundness measuring machines and optical scanners. "Ultraprecision Bearings" provides a detailed review of the different types of bearing and their properties, as well as an analysis of the factors that influence motion error, stiffness and damping. Following an introduction to basic principles of motion error, each chapter of the book is then devoted to the basic principles and properties of a specific type of bearing: ball, hydrodynamic, aerodynamic, hydrostatic and aerostatic. The book concludes with a comparison of these types of bearing and their applications.
Provides practical information relating to precision bearing design and applicationProvides an insight into the basic mechanisms that influence precision bearing performanceWritten by an experienced and well respected bearing specialist
Elsevier Science & Technology
Tribology (friction & lubrication)
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