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The Influence of Bearing Material Properties on the Optimum Design of Heavily Loaded Bearings - Free Webinar

  • 1.  The Influence of Bearing Material Properties on the Optimum Design of Heavily Loaded Bearings - Free Webinar

    ASM Employee
    Posted 09-15-2021 09:09

    Date and Time: Wednesday, October 6, 2021 2 pm EDT

    REGISTER HERE

    Event Title: The Influence of Bearing Material Properties on the Optimum Design of Heavily Loaded Bearings

    Speaker: David Krus, Market Director, Industrial and Powertrain

    Event Description:

    Given the current level of sophistication of drafting and modeling software, mechanical designers are limited solely by attributes of the materials available. This is particularly true in apparently simple systems like plain bearings. In a previous ASM Webinar, Material Selection and Design Considerations for Heavily Loaded Bearings (Dec. 2020), we discussed the interaction between material attributes and performance for heavily loaded plain bearings. Relative material attributes were determined by standardizing the system geometry, speed, load, lubrication, mating materials, environment, and other factors to isolate bearing material as the only variable. Now, in this follow-up webinar, we will cover details for achieving the optimal bearing performance.

    In this webinar, attendees will learn about:

    • Guidelines for the proper selection of bearing material
    • What characterizes the optimization of plain bearing performance
    • How to take full advantage of bearing material attributes
    • How to achieve desired bearing performance

    Speaker Bio:


    David Krus is a marketing director at Materion's global headquarters in Ohio. His primary area of focus is helping manufacturers in the industrial bearings and automotive powertrain markets increase efficiency and performance with specialty copper-based alloys and other advanced materials. In this role, Dave combines his academic background in materials science with more than 25 years of commercial experience in engineering, marketing, and business development, working most often with engineering and design teams that are looking to optimize and enhance their latest product iterations.

    Dave earned his B.S. in physics from the University of Notre Dame. He also holds both an M.S. degree and a Ph.D. in materials physics from Case Western Reserve University. He is a member of multiple professional organizations including ASM International; the Association of Equipment Manufacturers; the Society for Mining Metallurgy & Exploration; and SAE International.



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    Carrie Hawk
    ASM International
    Community Engagement Specialist

    440-338-5497
    carrieh@asminternational.org
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  • 2.  RE: The Influence of Bearing Material Properties on the Optimum Design of Heavily Loaded Bearings - Free Webinar

    ASM Employee
    Posted 10-04-2021 10:09
    Reminder:

    Register for The Influence of Bearing Material Properties on the Optimum Design of Heavily Loaded Bearings


    Date and Time: Wednesday, October 6, 2021 2 pm EDT

    REGISTER HERE

    Speaker: David Krus, Market Director, Industrial and Powertrain



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    Carrie Hawk
    ASM International
    Community Engagement Specialist

    440-338-5497
    carrieh@asminternational.org
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  • 3.  RE: The Influence of Bearing Material Properties on the Optimum Design of Heavily Loaded Bearings - Free Webinar

    Posted 10-05-2021 10:16

    Hi Carrie,

    Thanks for the heads up - but - When I press register after filling in my info, nothing happens and I haven't received a confirmation email. I wonder if this is an issue because I'm on the DHS network? 

    Regards,
    Will



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    William Weimer
    Senior Metallurgist and Materials Engineer
    United States Coast Guard
    Virginia Beach VA
    6147475647
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