Abstract

This paper presents an analysis of a deep groove, radial ball bearing with a raceway embedded sensor for measuring structural vibration within the bearing. A mechanistic model of the bearing was used to simulate its response to various defect configurations. The simulations demonstrated how multiple defects interact in the frequency domain. It was found that multiple bearing defects could be grouped into families according to their location, and each family has a characteristic vibration spectrum.

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