Operational behaviour of high speed spindle unit

Abstract

The paper presents the behaviour of a high speed spindle unit during operation, with changes of: speed, centrifugal forces, bearing working clearance/tension, thermal deformations and temperature distribution. Moreover, spindle and rolling elements of bearing material’s influence on heating up and spindle displacements will be shown for different spindle working conditions.

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