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Bearing Maintenance and Fundamentals Training Course (MP-10007)

Course Length: 16 hours

Purpose: This course provides comprehensive discussion of the applications of Bearing Maintenance and Fundamentals (MP-10007) as they apply to the different bearing types, usage, and modes of failure.

Hands-on training is accomplished through the use of components and laboratory exercises. This process allows the students to practice what they have learned in class. It also allows them to examine bearings before and after the bearings have failed.

This course is taught by highly qualified instructors who are experts in this field. The course covers the basics of bearing operation, types of bearings and their usage, maintenance, and repair. This course is recommended for personnel involved in the maintenance, repair, and testing of mechanical equipment.

Objectives: Upon completion of this course, and with the use of the training manual, participants will be able to:

  • Recognize the common types of bearings including identifying:
  • Basic terms
  • Components
  • Configurations
  • Lubrication
  • Identify the purpose of each type of bearing including:
    • Selection factors
    • Life expectancy
  • Understand operating and maintenance requirements including:
  • Installation
  • Failure modes

Table of Contents

1. OVERVIEW
Objectives
About This Course
Participant Materials
Introduction
History
Purpose
Support Load
Reduction of Friction
Protect Equipment
Industrial Safety
Accidents
Near-Accident
Accident Prevention
The People Factor
Lessons Learned
Stored Energy System Safety
Locking Out
Restoring System Integrity
Summary Discussion

2. BEARINGS FUNDAMENTALS
Objectives
Introduction
Friction or Plane Bearings
Plane Journal Bearings
Plane Thrust Bearings
Antifriction or Rolling Element Bearings
Types of Antifriction Ball Bearings
Roller Bearings
Bearing Selection
Load
Speed
Radial Clearance
Bearing Life
Components
Inner Ring
Outer Ring
Load Zone
Rolling Elements
Cage
Glossary of Bearing Terms
Summary Discussion

3. PRECISION, FITS, AND CLEARANCES
Objectives
Introduction
Engineering Fundamentals
Bearing Selection
Precision
Bearing Fit
Clearances
Load and Speed Limits
Preloads
Cautions with Duplex Bearings
Summary Discussion

4. MOUNTED BEARINGS
Objectives
Introduction
Mounted Bearing Fundamentals
Why Choose Mounted Unit Bearings?
Limitations of Bearing Units
Mounted Bearing Selection
Major Types of Mounted Units
Mounted Bearing Components
Mounting the Bearing to the Shaft
Summary Discussion

5. INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
Objectives
Introduction
Mounting Practices
Cold Mounting
Proper Installation of Bearing Components with Cone and Cup Drivers
Heated Mounting
Mounting Bearings with Tapered Bore
Bearing Removal
Summary Discussion

6. LUBRICATION
Objectives
Introduction
Bearing Lubrication
Grease Lubrication
Oil Lubrication
Bearing Seals
Contact Seals (Housing)
Labyrinth Seals
Bearing Seals
Bearing Shields
Summary Discussion

7. FAILURE ANALYSIS
Objectives
Introduction
Failure Analysis
Adhesive Wear
Corrosive Wear
Avoiding Lubrication-Related Failures
Good Boundary Lubrication
Clean Lubricants
Maintenance-Related Failures
True Brinelling
Abrasive Wear
Spark Erosion
Preload Failures
Reverse Loading Failures
Summary Discussion




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