Re: Size of delamination of babbit in bearings : I want to compare the different criteria to accept or : reject the size of delamination zones of babbit in : bearings. Any help to find different specifications : will be apreciated.
I had never heard of the term babbit before another one for my downunder dictionary. The Australian Standard 2824-1985 Ultrasonic evaluation of Metal Bearing bonds has both evaluation and classifications of quality. Evaluation dtails the plotting of the poorly bonded areas. Classification has 5 classifications of quality based on both the edge zones and total bearing surface.
I hope this is of some use to you, I have a copy of the relevant pages in a works procedure if you require them for reference.
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Re: Process for Bonding of babbit in bearings??? : I need your help. : i wand information about the process for babbit in bearings liners. i'm hurry!!! . Tell me more, whath do you need? 01(834)3081627 or 3126609
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Re: Process for Bonding of babbit in bearings??? : Make sure a quality flaw detector is available for the task. One with good resolution and RF display. This is fairlu easy process. Using a straight beam probe. The calibration block is important. . : Build a calibration block of similiar thicknesses as the component to be examined. Drill a 3/8 inch FBH to the interface of the babbit and the base material. . : Establsiha thickness calibration. Determine the back wall single and observe the interface signal. Phase reversal is a good method to detect the calibration reflector. . : Scan the componet to be examined. What for the interface signal. . : We used this process in the US Navy. . : J. Mark Davis : Davis NDE, Inc. : (205) 663-7006 . . : : : I need your help. : : : i wand information about the process for babbit in bearings liners. i'm hurry!!! : : . : : Tell me more, whath do you need? 01(834)3081627 or 3126609 : . .