What is a radial load?


A radial load refers to the force exerted through a straight line to the axis of a bearing's shaft. It is also known as rotary load.
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Force that is applied perpendicular to the axis of a bearing's shaft. Radial loads are also called rotary loads. Regards, Antony
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( ′rād·ē·əl ′lōd ) (mechanical engineering) The load perpendicular to the bearing axis.
A rolling contact bearing uses a combination of axial, radial, and
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