langue fr SKF - 22/06/2020

SKFstronger Bearing life statistics

As for any mechanical device, bearings encounter variations in their life even in identical operating conditions. The Weibull statistics is commonly assumed to govern these variations (or randomness). The bearing life is rated using the L10 life, a key parameter of the Weibull statistics.
In this 35 minute recording our expert Sébastien Blachère will present the basic statistics needed to understand the meaning of this L10 life. Explanation is given on the correct interpretation of the L10 life, as well as higher reliability levels like the L5 or L1. Other strongly related topics like system life and life testing will be tackled.



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SKF has been a leading global technology provider since 1907, and our mission is to be the undisputed leader in the bearing business. We offer solutions around the rotating shaft, including bearings, seals, lubrication, condition monitoring and maintenance services. Today we are around 44,000 professionals working in 40 different industry segments in 130 countries. For more than 100 years we have helped shape the modern world as we know it today. We were there for the first moon landing, in the cameras used to take pictures from the surface. The bells in St Peters Square also ring because of us. Today, we are working closely with leading innovators. Wherever the world moves in factories, on the road or towards the future you will find us there. Read more on www.skf.com


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