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Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers
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Volume 16, Issue 6 - Dec 2000
Volume 16, Issue 5 - Oct 2000
Volume 16, Issue 4 - Aug 2000
Volume 16, Issue 3 - Jun 2000
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Tribological Characteristics of MoS
Coatings in High Vacuum
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 409~414
The friction and wear behaviors of MoS
coatings were investigated by using a pin and disk type tester. The experiment was conducted by using silicon nitride as pin material and MoS
-on-bearing steel as disk material under different operating conditions that include linear sliding velocities in the range of 22-66 ㎜/sec, normal loads varying from 9.8 N to 29.4 N, corresponding to maximum contact pressures of 1.18-2.83 GPa and atmospheric conditions of high vacuum, medium vacuum, ambient air. The results showed that low friction coefficient of the coating has been identified in high vacuum and that friction coefficient and wear volume increased with increasing normal load. Also at high load conditions, the friction coefficient and wear volume increased with increasing sliding velocity.
Effect of Characteristics of Disk Surface on Particle Adhesion and Removal in a Hard Disk Drive
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 415~424
The use of magnetoresistive (MR) head requires much tighter control of particle contamination in a drive since loose particles on the disk surface will generate thermal asperities (TA). In this study, a spinoff test was performed to investigate the adhesion and removal capability of a particle to disk surface. Numerical simulation was also performed to investigate dominant factor of particle detachment and to support experimental results. It was shown that particles are detached from the disk surface by the moment derived from the centrifugal force and the drag force and that the centrifugal force and capillary force are the dominant force, which determines spin-off of a particle on the disk surface. Removal of particles smaller than several micrometers, which are the main source of TA generation, is extremely difficult since the adhesion forces exceed the centrifugal force. Lubricant types and manufacturing process also influence the particle removal. Lower bonding ratio and lower viscosity of the lubricant will help to increase the removal rate of the particles from the disk surface.
An Analysis of Herringbone Groove Journal Bearing Considering Groove Shape
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 425~431
Herringbone groove journal bearing (HGJB) is developed to improve the static and dynamic performances of hydrodynamic journal bearing. Conventional studies on HGJB were based on the Narrow Groove theory assuming that the number of grooves approaches infinity. In this study, an oil lubricated HGJB is analyzed using Finite Element Method. Load carrying capacity, attitude angle, stiffness and damping coefficients are obtained numerically for various bearing configurations especially for the inclined width ratio and asymmetric ratio and compared with the results obtained using Finite Volume Method. The bearing load and stability characteristics are dependent on geometric parameters such as inclined width ratio, asymmetric ratio, groove depth ratio, groove width ratio, and groove angle.
Analysis of Herringbone Grooved Journal Bearing Using Generalized Coordinate Transformation
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 432~439
The present work is an attempt to calculate the steady state pressure and perturbed pressure of herringbone grooved journal bearings. A generalized coordinate system is introduced to handle the complex bearing geometry. The coordinates are fitted to the groove boundary and the Reynold's equation is transformed to be fitted to this coordinate system using the Gauss divergence theorem. This method makes it possible to deal with an arbitrary configuration of a lubricated surface. The caharacteristics of finite herringbone groove journal bearing are well calculated using this method.
An Effect of Laminated Plate on the Performance of Pre-separator for Marine Oily Water Separator
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 440~447
It's a tendency to strengthen related international laws as the importance on marine oil pollution recently becomes the issue. According to the regulation of IMO, oil discharge from ships is allowed under 15 ppm only and oil filtering equipment is essential. However, for large ships using heavy fuel oil of over S.G 0.98 and viscosity 380 cSt and system oil, it has been in difficulty to process with existing filtering type of oily water separator. Oily water pre-separator of laminated plate type which is one of gravity type separator has very simple structure and it also makes easier to maintain and repair. In another words, it fits well to process large amount of rich oil with high specific gravity. In this paper, oily water pre-separator of laminated plate type has been studied. The function of emulsified oil and 4 different types of oil have been analyzed and each character has been investigated and proved by experiments. As the result of it, the efficiency of separating oil water has been advanced by 10% in case equipped with pre-separator. In addition, the higher temperature is and the more laminated plate has, it turns out to be getting more effect.
Effects of Kurtosis on the Pressure Flow Factor
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 448~454
The roughness effects are very important due to the presence of interacting asperities in partial lubrication regime. An average Reynolds equation using flow factors is very useful to determine the effects of surface roughness on mixed lubrication. In this paper, the pressure flow factors for surfaces having Gaussian and non-Gaussian distribution of roughness height are evaluated in terms of various kurtosis. The effect of kurtosis on pressure flow factors is investigated using random rough surface generated numerically. The pressure flow factor increases with increasing kurtosis in mixed lubrication regime (h/
<3). As h/
increases, the pressure flow factors approach to 1 asymptotically regardless of kurtosis.
Mixed Lubrication Analysis of Parallel Thrust Bearing Considering Surface Roughness
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 455~460
The real area of contacts, average film thickness, mean real pressure, and mean hydrodynamic pressure are investigated numerically in this study, especially for the parallel thrust bearing. Model surface is generated numerically with given autocorrelation function and some surface profile parameters. Then the average Reynolds equation contained flow factors and contact factor is applied to predict the effects of surface roughness in mixed lubrication regimes. In this equation, flow factors are defined as correction terms to smooth out high frequency surface roughness and contact factor is introduced to relieve from obtaining the average film thickness. Therefore the computation time to obtain barh h can be reduced.
A Study on the Neural Network Diagnostic System for Rotating Machinery Failure Diagnosis
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 461~468
In this study, a neural network based diagnostic system of a rotating spindle system supported by ball bearings was introduced. In order to create actual failure situations, two exemplary abnormal status were made. Out of several possible data source locations, ten measurement spots were chosen. In order to discriminate multiple abnormal status, a neural network system was introduced using back propagation algorithm updating connecting weight between each nodes. In order to find the optimal structure of the neural network system reducing the information sources, magnitude of the weight of the network was referred. Hinton diagram was used to visually inspect the least sensitive weight connecting between input and hidden layers. Number of input node was reduced from 10 to 7 and prediction rate was increased to 100%.
Effect of Particulate Contamination on the Friction and Wear of Pico/Nano-Slider
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 469~476
The effect of particulate contamination on the friction and wear between a negative-pressure picoslider/tri-pad nanoslider and laser-textured disk was studied. Particles of different concentration were injected at the head-disk interface consisting of disks with various textures and slider types at different speed. Durability increased and coefficient of friction decreased as the disk speed increased in a contaminated environment. Frictional characteristics and durability in the data Bone were better than those in the laser-textured zone. It was also found that durability of head-disk interface (HDI) decreased as the particle concentration increased. The interface durability with a picoslider was better than that with a nanoslider at any condition in a contaminated environment. Based on the test results, mechanisms were proposed to explain the reasons why durability with a picoslider was superior to that with a nanoslider.
Effect of Composition and Microstructure of Si
Ball OH Rolling fatigue Life under Boundary Lubrication
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 16, issue 6, 2000, Pages 477~483
Rolling contact fatigue (RCF) tests were performed for two kinds of commercial silicon nitride balls using 4-Ball rolling contact fatigue life tester under EHL condition (Λ=8.9) and boundary lubrication condition (Λ=0.2). All the test balls were finished up to the dimensional accuracy of Grade 5 defined in KS B 2001 (Steel Balls for Ball Bearings) with a size of 8.731 mm. RCF tests were then conducted under the initial theoretical maximum contact stress 6.63 GPa and the spindle speed 10,000 rpm. All the test balls were not failed until 3.75
107 contact cycles and wear tracks of test balls were not conspicuous under EHL condition (Λ= 8.9). In the operations of low lambda regime (Λ= 0.2), all the test balls were surface damaged and high rolling wear resistance was achievable in fully densified using MgO 1 wt% and HIPed balls. Rolling wear of silicon nitride balls under boundary lubrication condition depend mainly on grain size and intergranular phase content of silicon nitride balls.