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Rolling Element Bearing Test Methods

2003-07-11
HISTORICAL
ARP5483
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice establishes methods for testing airframe Rolling Element bearings. The purpose of ARP5483 and its associated slash sheets is to document test methods commonly used to evaluate airframe bearings. These test methods may be referenced in standards, purchase orders, etc. when the test is deemed appropriate to the intended use of the bearing by the end user of the bearing. These test methods are not intended to encompass every conceivable requirement for an airframe bearing. The end user of the bearing must exercise engineering judgment to determine the most appropriate standard and/or nonstandard tests for the application.
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Rolling Element Bearing Test Methods

2017-07-07
CURRENT
ARP5483B
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) establishes methods for testing airframe rolling element bearings. The purpose of ARP5483 and its associated slash sheets is to document test methods commonly used to evaluate airframe bearings. These test methods may be referenced in standards, purchase orders, etc. when the test is deemed appropriate to the intended use of the bearing by the end user of the bearing. These test methods are not intended to encompass every conceivable requirement for an airframe bearing. The end user of the bearing must exercise engineering judgment to determine the most appropriate standard and/or nonstandard tests for the application.
Standard

Rolling Element Bearing Test Methods

2011-10-18
HISTORICAL
ARP5483A
This SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) establishes methods for testing airframe rolling element bearings. The purpose of ARP5483 and its associated slash sheets is to document test methods commonly used to evaluate airframe bearings. These test methods may be referenced in standards, purchase orders, etc. when the test is deemed appropriate to the intended use of the bearing by the end user of the bearing. These test methods are not intended to encompass every conceivable requirement for an airframe bearing. The end user of the bearing must exercise engineering judgment to determine the most appropriate standard and/or nonstandard tests for the application.
Standard

Bearings, Ball, Airframe, Antifriction

1998-04-01
HISTORICAL
AS7949
This specification covers antifriction bearings in the -65°F to 350°F temperature range as specified on the applicable military standard.
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