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High Speed Needle Punching Machine with Cylindrical Journal Bearings

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The development process of non-woven technology and needle-punching machines assumes an increase in machine output. which can be achieved by an increase in machine speed. These machines are heavy, dynamically loaded and their operation depends on reliable journal bearings. The design of such bearings depends on the application of computer programs that allow to obtain the journal centre trajectory under a dynamic external load. This paper contains the results of evaluation of journal bearings of needle punching machines that can run at high speeds in dynamic load conditions. The programs applied and the results create a robust tool for the design of dynamically loaded journal bearings for both needle-punching machines and internal combustion engines.

Tags: non-woven, needle-punching machine, journal bearings, dynamic load

Citation: Strzelecki S., Kapusta H., Czaplicki Z., Ruszkowski K.; High Speed Needle Punching Machine with Cylindrical Journal Bearings. FIBRES & TEXTILES in Eastern Europe 2009, Vol. 17, No. 4 (75) pp. 72-76.

Published in issue no 4 (75) / 2009, pages 72–76.

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