Thursday, April 9, 2020

Bore relief in a bearing

The bearing sliding surface is machined at the mating faces of the upper and the lower shells  to create bore reliefs. Their main objective is to compensate for the misalignments, which  could result in a protruding edge (step) of the lower shell’s mating face to that of the upper  shell. Such a protruding edge can act as an oil scraper and cause oil starvation

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