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This paper explores the influence of the frequency of shaft sleeve rotation and radial load on a journal bearing made of tin-babbitt alloy (Tegotenax V840) under hydrodynamic lubrication conditions. An experimental test of the frictional behaviour of a radial plain bearing was performed on an originally developed device for testing rotating elements: radial and plain bearings. Using the back-propagation neural network, based on experimental data, artificial neural network models were developeddoi:10.5545/sv-jme.2021.7230 fatcat:clisseequreqnmbetwc66pv7va