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Number: 384/106
Name: Bearings > Rotary bearing > Fluid bearing > Flexible member > Auxiliary resilient support
Description: Subject matter wherein the flexible element is supported by separate resilient elements.










Patents under this class:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4274683 Support element for compliant hydrodynamic journal bearings Jun. 23, 1981
4253714 High temperature low friction surface coating and method of application Mar. 3, 1981
4229054 Multi-pad compliant hydrodynamic journal bearing Oct. 21, 1980
4227756 High temperature low friction surface coating Oct. 14, 1980
4227752 Staged bearing surface compliance for hydrodynamic fluid bearing Oct. 14, 1980
4196945 Compliant hydrodynamic fluid bearing with circumferential pre-loading Apr. 8, 1980
4195395 Method of rotatably supporting two members with a foil bearing having a stiffener Apr. 1, 1980
4153315 Foil bearing stiffener May. 8, 1979
4118079 Fluid bearings with conforming shells Oct. 3, 1978
3994367 Hydrostatically lubricated bearing Nov. 30, 1976

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