This monograph presents computational models that describe electro-mechanical characteristics of tapered and cylinder roller
bearings in various industrial applications. Applying the Levenberg-Marquardt's algorithm to solving strongly nonlinear coupled
equation systems, the computational models consisting of many circular slices per rolling element enable computations of the
local Hertzian pressures at the elastohydrodynamic (EHD) contact area, the relating oil-film thickness in elastohydrodynamic
lubrication (EHL), the limiting voltage of electro-pitting, bearing frictions, and fatigue lifetimes of the bearings for various
load spectra. Using the best-known machine-learning method for clustering, the load spectrum is clustered in k cluster means
based on the invariant damage number to accelerate the load spectrum. Furthermore, the accelerated load spectrum is used for
the testing procedure of the bearings to reduce the testing time and costs as well.
The target audience
of this book primarily comprises graduate students in mechanical engineering and practicing engineers of electro-machines
and transmission systems who want to computationally design tapered and cylinder roller bearings for the automotive industry
and other industries, and to deeply dive into these relating working fields.