INTERNATIONAL ISO STANDARD First edition Rolling bearings — Damage and failures — Terms, characteristics and causes Roulements. Failure mode ISO Subsurface initiated fatigue. Is this normal Fatigue Failure, how many of you get to see a bearing actually fail. ribo lo gy, the Science fo r Maintenance. Fatigue on Inner Race. Ref.: ISO Rolling Bearings – Damages and Failures – Terms, Characteristics and Causes.
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The raceways are dark in the bottoms of the depressions see Figures 20 and Skip to main content. The damage caused by electric current is also distinguishable by the fact that the rolling elements are also marked.
Countermeasure Counter vibrations by adequate design using dampers or, if appropriate, make the bearing less sensitive by preloading. Log In Sign Up. Attention is drawn to the possibility that some of the elements of this document may be the subject of patent rights.
ISO – Rolling bearings — Damage and failures — Terms, characteristics and causes
In this case creeping of the inner ring has also occurred. For the purposes of this document, the following terms are explained: Tool blows applied against hardened rolling bearing part.
Resulting creep of the outer ring in the housing had a polishing effect on the outside surface of the outer ring.
The failure mode terms shown in the subclause titles are recommended for general use. Check temperature influence on bearing clearance. A crack is initiated at a stress raiser and propagates in steps over a part of the component cross- section, ultimately resulting in a forced fracture.
Remember me on this computer. Countermeasure In the case of double-row bearings with filling slots only on one row, consider the direction of the axial load during operation when mounting the bearing.
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In all cases, knowledge of the actual operating conditions of the assembly and the maintenance history is of the utmost importance. The balls have a dark discolouration. The size and shape of the indentations depend on the nature lso the particles.
Clean lubricating devices, e. Countermeasure Provide suitable preservation for storage. Surface initiated fatigue caused by indentation arising from plastic deformation is jso in A. Running path pattern axially displaced and may, or may not, extend around the entire circumference.
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It will assist in the identification of failure modes based on appearance. Countermeasure Mount bearing correctly by using suitable tools. Running path patterns uniform in width, positioned in the middle of the raceways and extending around the entire circumference of the raceways. Consideration is restricted to characteristic forms of change in appearance and failure that have well-defined appearance and which can be attributed to particular causes 152433 a high degree of certainty.
Running path pattern uniform in width, axially displaced and extending around the entire circumference of the raceways of both rings. The running path pattern is widest in the direction of radial loading. Polar lines can also be caused by hard particles embedded in the cage pocket. Fatigue fracture occurs mainly on rings and cages see Figures 29 and Because of the minute difference in the diameters of the two components, they will have a minute difference in their circumferences and, consequently, when brought into contact at one point by the radial load, will rotate at minutely different speeds.
The microcracks, which are observed at the edge of the white etched areas butterflieswill normally propagate to the rolling contact surface producing flaking, spalling pitting and then peeling see Figure 3. The bearing surface becomes shiny or a discoloured blackish red see Figure NOTE The running path patterns on the raceways will indicate if outer ring or inner ring is out-of-round.
The initiation of the microcracks is often caused by inclusions in the bearing steel see Figure 2. Inadequate radial internal 15234 can cause similar damage. False brinelling caused by vibrations occurring during rotation shows itself in closely spaced flutes see Figure Smearing can also occur between rolling elements and raceways when the load is too light in relation to the speed of rotation.
In the unlikely event that a problem relating to it is found, please inform the Central Secretariat 155243 the address given below. The various forms are illustrated with photographs and diagrams, and the most frequent causes are indicated. Use electrically insulated bearings. Do not transmit mounting forces through the rolling elements. Countermeasure Use a bearing with higher load-carrying capacity if longer life is required.
Ido sliding between inner ring and shaft causing fretting corrosion. Countermeasure Observe utmost cleanliness during mounting and service. Examples of rolling bearing failures are given in Annex A, together with a description of the causes of failure and proposed corrective actions. Proof sent to secretariat or FDIS ballot initiated: