BS ISO 7146-2:2019 Plain bearings. Appearance and characterization of damage to metallic hydrodynamic bearings. Cavitation erosion and its countermeasures

BS ISO 7146-2:2019

Plain bearings. Appearance and characterization of damage to metallic hydrodynamic bearings. Cavitation erosion and its countermeasures

Status : Current   Published : May 2019

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What is this standard about?

This document defines, describes and classifies the characteristics of damage occurring in service in hydrodynamically lubricated metallic plain bearings due to cavitation erosion, together with possible countermeasures. It assists in understanding the various characteristic forms of damage which can occur

Consideration is restricted to damage which has a well-defined appearance and which can be attributed to particular causes with a high degree of certainty. Various appearances are illustrated with photographs and diagrams.




Standard NumberBS ISO 7146-2:2019
TitlePlain bearings. Appearance and characterization of damage to metallic hydrodynamic bearings. Cavitation erosion and its countermeasures
StatusCurrent
Publication Date21 May 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 4378-2, ISO 4378-1, ISO 4378-3, ISO 7146-1
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
ReplacesBS ISO 7146-2:2008
International RelationshipsISO 7146-2:2019
DescriptorsHydrodynamics, Bearings, Wear, Damage, Defects, Corrosion protection, Cavitation corrosion, Classification systems, Plain bearings, Appearance, Metals
ICS21.100.10
Title in FrenchPaliers lisses. Aspect et caractérisation de l'endommagement des paliers métalliques à couche lubrifiante fluide Érosion de cavitation et sa contre-mesure
CommitteeMCE/12
ISBN978 0 539 03080 8
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages26
File Size1.463 MB
Price£182.00


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