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The Fundamentals Of Anti-Friction Bearings

Learn about the fundamentals of anti-friction bearings, their designs and applications in this free online course.

Engineering
Free Course
In this free online course you'll learn that bearings are everywhere in the modern world - cars, bicycles, motors and even kitchen drawers. As an engineer it's very important to know all about them. Start this course today and learn about bearing types (Thrust, Angular, Self-aligning...etc), the different types of bearing lubrication, which bearing is suitable for which application, and bearing theory (Friction, Loads etc.).
  • Duration

    1-2 Hours
  • Assessment

    Yes
  • Certification

    Yes
  • Responsive

    Yes
  • Publisher

    saVRee

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Outcome

Certification

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Description

In this free online course The Fundamentals Of Anti-friction Bearings you will learn about anti-friction bearing components, and their designs and applications. But what are anti-friction bearings? Why are there so many different types? And why does every engineer need to know a little bit about them? The answers to all of these questions are in this course!

The course begins by describing the history of anti-friction bearings. It lists the different types of bearing lubrication, and bearing types (Thrust, Angular, Self-aligning). You'll learn about bearing theory (Friction, Loads), bearing components, and compare ball and roller bearings.

Humans have been using anti-friction bearings (rolling contact bearings) for thousands of years. In the modern world they are everywhere - cars, bicycles, motors and even kitchen drawers. As an engineer it's very important to know all about them. Start this course today - It is designed to teach you all about anti-friction bearings. Even if you already have some existing bearing knowledge, this course will serve as an efficient refresher. Hope to see you on the course! 

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Learning Outcomes

Having completed this course you will be able to:


  • Describe the history of anti-friction bearings
  • Summarize bearing theory (Friction, Loads...etc)
  • Describe bearing functions
  • List the different types of bearing lubrication
  • List bearing components
  • Clarify the terminology associated with bearings
  • Compare ball and roller bearings
  • Discover bearing types (Thrust, Angular, Self-aligning...etc)
  • Determine which bearing is suitable for which application

Certification

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