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When it comes to bearing brands, there's a good chance the only brand you know is SKF. Not surprising, considering they're one of the leading bearing and seal manufacturers out there.
If you're working on a project and you're aiming to use SKF bearings, then you might want to check out a simple utility called MITCalc - Rolling Bearings Calculation.
First off, you should know that this is not a standalone application since it requires the presence of Microsoft Excel (versions 2000, 2007, 2010, 2013, and 2016 included) in order to run as intended.
It's also well worth pointing out that this utility is consistent with some of the most popular standards and ISOs, as listed here. In just a few words, it provides you with a plethora of available calculations for your bearings.
For instance, by simply adding a series of project data, this Excel-based utility is capable of calculating everything from basic tasks like a bearing's life (including according to the new methodology of ISO 281) and static safety parameter, the load on a particular bearing with a pair of tapered roller bearings or a pair angular contact ball bearings.
It also comes in handy when it comes to helping you find a suitable bearing for the task at hand. There are roller bearing modules, each one of which includes databases of various rolling bearings for all types of design. For instance, the first module includes a database of approximatively 10.000 fundamental bearings, the second includes almost 5000 bearing designs from other large manufacturers, while the third includes 5000 models of INA/FAG bearings.
The app proves its worth when it comes to more complex calculations, as well. Take, for example, the fact that it can help you calculate the lubricant operational viscosity, the mean loads for bearings loaded by variable loads, and permitted bearing speeds. Last but not least, the app also comes with support for most 2D or 3D CAD apps (AutoCAD, IntelliCAD, Ashlar Graphite, TurboCAD, Autodesk Inventor, and Solidworks).
All in all, it's safe to say that even though MITCalc - Rolling Bearing Calculations SKF is highly dependant on Excel, it's still one of the best solutions of this sort. The app is very easy to install, well-documented, fairly straightforward to use and not to mention very efficient at doing its job.