Air Bearing Seminar report, abstract

Air bearing, an Introduction
Air bearing is a net technology device. It has the sleeve separated by the plain shaft and which has a small gap. When a load is applied to this one side of the shaft closes and the other side of the shaft allows pressure to fall. It has cylindrical journal bearings. It has the outer cover, bearings, reservoirs, water, thrust plate, service cap, rear face and the shaft. The bearing is to support the loads. Air enters through the reservoirs. Into the bearing gap. Air is exhausted through the edges in the trust bearings. Cooling water flows through it along the spindle on the rear face and it also flows through the spindle. In spindle operation , the air supply is very crucial. It is most important to avoid the deterioration which spoils the spindle accuracy. The quality of the air is also very important. And a water cooling system is fitted to the spindle to maintain the constant temperature. Spindle clamping is used to detect the distortion in the body of the spindle.

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Advantages Of Air Bearing
  • High Rotational Accuracy
  • Low Vibration
  • High Dimensional Stability
  • High Speeds
  • High Stiffness
  • Increased Bearing Life
  • Improved Surface Finish
  • Cleanliness
  • Ease of Maintenance

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