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Project II

ME370: Mechanical Design


Spring 2010

Zachary Katz

Greg Ledva

Michael Kniney
Bearing Reaction Force Calculation

R₁=Hydrodynamic Rxn Force

10
R₂=Angular Contact Rxn FoceFy=0 → 20+100 = R₁ + R₂

0lb
s
∑M=0 → 20(2.925)+100(8.475)= R₂(6)

10lbs
R₂(y)=151 lbs 5lbs

R₁(y)=-31 lbs

R2
R1
20
x

lb
∑Fz=0 →10 = R₁ + R₂

s
2.925" 6" 2.475"

y
∑M=0 → 10(2.925)= R₂(6)

R₂(z)=4.9 lbs

R₁(z)=5.1 lbs

Total Hydrodynamic Reaction Force is 31.4 lbs in the radial direction

Total Angular Contact Reaction Force is 151.1 lbs in the radial direction (split between 2 bearings)

Additional 5 lbs load in the axial direction on angular contact

Hydrodynamic Bearing Calculations

X value can be found using the given stiffness of 100,000 psi and the force in that direction, 20 lbs.

𝐹 20 8.925"
X= = = .0002”
𝐸 100,000 6.0"

Using similar triangle, find y.


y Angular Contact

center line
𝑥 𝑦 6(.0002 ) x
Bearing
= → = 1.345 x 10⁻⁴ in
8.925 6 8.925
Hydrodynamic

center line
Bearing
Grinding wheel

E, for the hydrodynamic bearing is .0001345”


center line

𝜂𝑈 𝐿3 𝜖(𝜋 2 (1−𝜖 2 )+16𝑐 2 ).5


P= * =31.4 lbs
4𝑐𝑟 2 (1−𝜖 2 )

𝑒 .0001345
ϵ= , we will set out Cr to .003” → ϵ = = .0448
𝐶𝑟 .003

f(ϵ) = 1.411
1𝑚𝑖𝑛
U= 𝜋Dn′= 𝜋(1.8)(2500rpm) =235.6 in/sec
60𝑠𝑒𝑐

Note: we set D=1.8” from inner diameter of pump sleeve

η= 7.2μreyns for VG32 @ 80 ͦF

Note: 1 μreyns = 1x10⁻⁶ (lb in/sec)

P=31.4 lbs (found previously)


3
Now, use eq(1) to find L= ∛(𝜂𝑈 𝐿
4𝑐𝑟 2
)
L=1.678 in

Hydrodynamic Power Loss Calculation:


2
𝑑 𝑙(𝑈2−𝑈1)𝜋
Ts=η .5 = 4.83 in lb
𝐶𝑑 1−𝜖2

Note: because our journal sleeve is stationary, U1=0, and U2=U (from previous)

𝜋 1−𝜖 2 )
Tr=Ts+Pe(sin ѳ), where P=31.4 lbs, e=.0001345, and ѳ = arcsin

Tr=4.82+(31.4)(.0001345)sin(1.51) = 4.824 in lb

𝑟𝑎𝑑
Power loss = Φ = Tr*ω = (4.825)(261.8 )=1263 in lb/sec = 0.19 hp
𝑠𝑒𝑐

Angular Contact Bearing Calculations

𝑅2 151.1
Reaction Force = = = 75.5 lbs
2 2

N=2500rpm (60min/hr)(24hr/day)(365day/year)(10yrs) =1.314 e10 rotations

L₁₀=13140 (million cycles)

Equivalent Loading:

P=X(75.55) + Y(5)

𝐹𝑎
Because in this case, ≤ e, and because we use Double Row bearing to approximate 2 single
𝑉𝐹𝑟
rows, we use X=1, and Y=1.09

P=(1)(75.55)+(1.09)(5)
P=81 lbs

𝐶3
L₁₀=
𝑃3

C=∛(13140)(81) = 1911 lbs = 8500 N

As a result, every bearing in the BNRS19 series satisfies our loading conditions.

So, we chose a bearing that fits well with our shaft and sleeve of a 45mm ID:

45BNRS19

From the Catalogue, the dimensions of the bearing are:

ID=45mm

OD=68mm

B=12mm

Rmin(fillet)=0.6mm

R1min(fillet)=0.3mm