Helpful Hints and Tips: Representing the Directional Components of a Bearing Traction Distribution
Abstract: Representing the in-plane directional components of a bearing load traction distribution via customized formulae. Including “heel-to-toe” effects of bending on the in-plane directional tractions.
Categories: StressCheck Core, StressCheck Professional. Tags: Boundary Conditions, Detailed Stress, Fatigue, Formula Definition, Parametric Modeling, StressCheck GUI, Theory.
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