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Precision Engineering The final design specification for simple orifice feeding
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Final design dimensions: Diameter Length Diametrical Clearance Feeding Feed Hole Diameter Radial Load Capacity Radial Stiffness Airflow 2 in (508 mm) 3 in (762 mm) 0001 in (00254 mm) Two rows of eight simple orifices at the quarter station 50 10 3 in (0127) mm 107 lbf (at e = 05), 14552 N 428 000 lbf / in (0 < e < 05), 74900 N/mm 035 scfm (00099 m3/min)
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Performance on a supply pressure of 75 lbf/in2 gauge:
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Fig 753: The sketch of the final design for simple orifice feeding
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eliminate the effect of dispersion but not of axial flow On the other hand, axial feed slots eliminate the effect of non-axial flow but not of dispersion Circumferential feed slots are usually preferred in
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short journal bearings where the effect of non-axial flow is the least, whereas axial feed slots are used for long bearings It must be kept in mind that the slot-fed bearings are not always superior In certain conditions, the jet-fed bearings have a greater initial strength that is only marginally reduced by the effect of dispersion and non-axial flow A comparison between the two is made in Figure 754 It is clear that for a length-to-diameter ratio less than 05, bearings with circumferential slots are superior For jet-fed bearings, more jets should be employed at a higher load capacity to reduce the effect of dispersion The rise in the load coefficient with length-to-diameter ratios of less than 10 is due to the effect of dispersion reducing more rapidly than the effect of non-axial flow increasing Half-length axial slots offer little advantage when compared to the jet-fed and circumferential slot bearings Full-length axial slots offer a greater load coefficient especially at a high length-to-diameter ratio but at the expense of a greater air flow and manufacturing difficulty It is felt that axial slot bearings are unlikely to offer any significant advantages that justify the higher manufacturing cost [3] In fact, it is felt that circumferential slots will find wider use because they can be produced in a wide range of materials Among the clear advantages of circumferential slot bearings are their performance which is independent of the fluid temperature and the fact that the optimum dimensions of these bearings are not influenced by temperature, fluid properties and also that they are insensitive to pressure levels The manufacture of the bearings requires no drilling thus enabling the use of materials such as silicon nitride that are chemically inert and dimensionally stable at elevated temperatures In addition, circumferential slots eliminate the loss of load capacity and stiffness due to flow dispersion Figure 754 clearly indicates that a slot-fed bearing with six slots would not give the required load coefficient at a length-to-diameter ratio of 15 and a gauge pressure ratio of 02 In Figure 754, a load coefficient of 0195 is read on the vertical axis from the point of intersection between L/D (15) and the solid curve This value is lower than the calculated value in the simple orifice section However, the possibility of employing a slot-fed bearing must be examined more closely A gauge pressure ratio of 02 is chosen because it offers the highest load capacity at large eccentricity ratios and the highest radial stiffness This can be seen in Figure 755 where the peak of the curve e = 09 in the first figure corresponds to a gauge pressure ratio of 02 From the first figure also, the peak of the e = 05 curve is at a gauge pressure ratio of 04, read from the horizontal axis and K is 05 from the same peak Thus, for very short bearings with a quarter station feeding, the load coefficient is
l CL = 1 K L l CL = 1 05 4 CL = 0375 The effect of non-axial flow must also be considered by multiplying the load coefficient with a correction factor of p/q where p and q are obtained from Figure 754 p is 0195 as mentioned at the
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