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Plain Bearing High Speed Oscillation Test
- Aerospace Standard
Published November 15, 2017 by SAE International in United States
Downloadable datasets availableAnnotation ability available
This test method outlines a standard procedure for performing cyclic reversing load testing on oscillating sliding bearings. The wear data from these tests is to be used for qualification requirements and to establish bearing design criteria.
ARP5448/2 has been reaffirmed to comply with the SAE Five-Year Review policy.
|Aerospace Standard||Plain Bearing Radial Limit and Ultimate Load Tests|
|Aerospace Standard||BEARINGS, PLAIN, SELF-LUBRICATING SELF-ALIGNING, HIGH SPEED OSCILLATION −65 TO +160 °F|
Data Sets - Support Documents
|CHART 1||TEST DATA|
|CHART 1||TEST DATA|
|TABLE 1||INSTRUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS FOR TEST MACHINE|
|TABLE 2||SAMPLE FORMAT OF TEST DATA SHEET|
|TABLE 3||WEAR DATA SUMMARY (TYPICAL EXAMPLE)|
|TABLE 4||INITIAL/FINAL WEAR SUMMARY (TYPICAL EXAMPLE)|
|TABLE 5||SAMPLE FORMAT OF TEST SUMMARY|
|TABLE 6||VALUE OF Y1 OR WEIBULL ANALYSIS|
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