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Learning Units (Hours)
Semih Genculu, P.E.
Bearing maintenance and proper damage analysis are keys to keeping equipment up and running, optimizing performance and reducing downtime. Failure of rolling-element bearings can occur for a variety of reasons. Typical causes are poor maintenance practices, mishandling, improper installation and adjustment practices, inadequate lubrication or excessive loads. Accurate determination of the cause of a bearing failure depends on the ability of the engineer to recognize and distinguish among the various types of failure mechanisms. Determination of the primary cause will enable him/her to make suitable recommendations for eliminating future premature failures.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of course materials.
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