All articles for "Research and theory"

Rolling Knowledge
SKF Rolling Knowledge webinars

Digital twin technology for optimized sealing system

SKF Seals digital twin platforms combines advanced dynamic simulation methods with proprietary analytical models developed in-house which are crucial [...]
Digital Technology,Research and theory,Seals,Simulation and software,
Rolling Knowledge
SKF Rolling Knowledge webinars

Bearing life statistics

As for any mechanical device, bearings encounter variations in their life even in identical operating conditions. The Weibull statistics is commonly [...]
Bearing life,Bearings,Engineering Competence,Research and theory,
Rolling Knowledge
SKF Rolling Knowledge webinars

Noise and vibration cases in bearings and applications

Customer requirements regarding noise and vibration (N&V) levels have increased over the past years. Listen to this recorded webinar and know [...]
Bearings,Maintenance,Research and theory,Service,
Rolling Knowledge
SKF Rolling Knowledge webinars

Grease lubrication mechanism in rolling bearings

Understanding the lubrication mechanisms will help in selecting the right grease with the right amount for a specific application to meet bearing [...]
Bearings,Lubricants,Research and theory,
Industry

Bridging the gap to the academic world

SKF has highly valuable collaborations with several leading universities and academic institutions to push the boundaries of bearing technology. [...]
Research and theory,
Industry

Pushing the boundaries of bearing technology

A one-day gathering of emerging scientists from various University Technology Centres enabled participants to share their work with technology and [...]
Research and theory,
Engineering Competence
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The SKF Generalized Bearing Life Model for hybrid bearings

Recently, SKF introduced the Generalized Bearing Life Model (GBLM) concept for rolling bearings [1]. Since then, work has continued focusing on [...]
Bearings,Research and development,Research and theory,