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This handbook includes the alterations and/or additions with regards to on motor vehicle carrier and analysis tactics for the Mazda 626 and 626 Station Wagon.For right fix and upkeep, an intensive familiarization with this guide is critical, and it's going to continuously be saved in a convenient position for fast and straightforward reference.All the contents of this handbook, together with drawings and requisites, are the newest on hand on the time of printing. As ameliorations affecting fix or upkeep take place, proper info supplementary to this quantity should be made to be had at Mazda purchasers. This guide could be saved updated.

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11, the nominal contact angle results as α0 ¼ cos À1  e 1À 2ρ0  Using Eqs. 20, the normal load P0,a acting upon the ball is calculated as P0, a ¼ Cδ δ3=2 ; Dw1=2 Cδ ¼ ðCδ, i þ Cδ, o Þ3=2 ð2:37Þ Substituting Eq. 36 into Eq. 3=2 qffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi cos 2 α0 þ ð sin α0 þ ρa Þ2 À 1 ð2:38Þ The operating contact angle of the bearing is calculated using the triangular IMOMI* in Fig. 7 as ρ0 sin α0 þ δa ρ sin α0 þ ρa ¼ qffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi cos 2 α0 þ ð sin α0 þ ρa Þ2 sin α ¼ ð2:39Þ Substituting Eqs.

Chap. 8). Therefore, the bearing lifetime is strongly reduced due to the pre-damage of the bearing [2, 3]. The limiting Hertzian pressure of the rolling bearings is given in Chap. 3. Step 5: Computing the Oil-Film Thickness in the Contact Area The minimum oil-film thickness in the bearing depends on the bearing load, rotor speed, oil viscosity, oil temperature, and bearing materials. The minimum oil-film thickness closely relates to the lubrication regime in the bearing. At a very thin oil-film thickness between the balls and raceways, the bearing operating condition occurs in the mixed or boundary lubrication regime in the Stribeck diagram.

Step 2: Computing the Radial and Thrust Loads Acting Upon the Bearings The loads acting upon the bearing result from the radial and thrust loads of the gear or pulley and other loads acting on the rotor, such as unbalance force, UMP forces (unbalanced magnetic pull forces), rotor weight, etc. [1, 2]. Step 3: Checking Reference and Limiting Speeds of the Chosen Bearings The reference and limiting speeds are given in the catalogue of bearing suppliers. If the rotor speed exceeds the reference speed in a long operating time interval, the bearing lifetime is reduced due to increase of oil temperature in the bearing.

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