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1. Fatigue damage is the most common cause of bearing damage.

2. What are the types of fatigue damage?

3. What are signs of fatigue damage?

4. What does the shear stress hypothesis of Lundberg and Palmgren provide an explanation for?

5. Which factors play a role in the formation of fatigue damage below the surface?

6. Proper lubrication ensures that indentations can be ruled out.

7. How can you recognise skidding?

8. Which minimum load prevents skidding from occurring in cylindrical rolling elements?

9. What is also likely to occur due to skidding?

10. How can rolling bearing damage be detected at an early stage?

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