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Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers
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Volume 17, Issue 6 - Dec 2001
Volume 17, Issue 5 - Oct 2001
Volume 17, Issue 4 - Aug 2001
Volume 17, Issue 3 - Jun 2001
Volume 17, Issue 2 - Apr 2001
Volume 17, Issue 1 - Feb 2001
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Effects of the Relative Amounts of Graphite and Antimony Trisulfide (Sb
) on Brake Performance of Non-asbestos Organic (NAO) Type Brake Linings
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 17, issue 5, 2001, Pages 351~357
Tribological behavior of NAO type brake linings containing different volume ratios of graphite and Sb
was investigated using a scale dynamometer. Three different test modes consisting of stop, drag, and fade tests were employed to elucidate the effect of the solid lubricants on brake performance. Results of this work showed that the two solid lubricants, graphite and Sb
, significantly affected friction characteristics at various braking situations. Compared with the brake linings containing a single lubricant, the brake linings containing both solid lubricants showed better friction stability due to the synergistic effect of the two disparate lubricants during the stop and the drag test. In particular, in the case of containing two solid lubricants, the brake lining with higher contents of graphite showed better fade resistance than others.
A Numerical Study of Thermal Performance in Ventilated Disk Brake
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 17, issue 5, 2001, Pages 358~364
Disk brake system transforms a large amount of kinetic energy to thermal energy in a short time. As the size and speed of automotive increases in recent years, the disk brakes absorbs more thermal energy. And this thermal energy can cause an unacceptable braking performance due to the high transient temperature, that is attained at the friction surface of brake disk and pad. Although these high temperatures are one of the biggest problems. In this study, the overall thermal behavior of ventilated disk brake system was investigated by numerical method. The 3-Dimensional unsteady model was simulated by using a general purpose software package “FLUENT” to obtain the temperature distributions of disk and pad. The model includes the more realistic braking method, which repeats braking and release. The effects of several parameters such as the repeated braking, inlet air velocity and thermal conductivity on the temperature distribution were investigated.
A Study on the Loading Capacity According to the Source Positions in Externally Pressurized Air Journal Bearing with Two Row Sources
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 17, issue 5, 2001, Pages 365~372
This paper has been presented the hydrodynamic effect by the journal speed, eccentricity and source positions in order to overcome the defects of air bearing such as low stiffness and damping coefficient. Choosing the two row source position of air bearing is different from existed investigations in the side of pressure distribution of air film because of the high speed of journal and the wedge effects by the eccentricity. These optimal chooses of the two row source positions enable us to improve the performance of the film reaction force and loading force as making the high speed spindle. In this paper, The pressure behavior in theory of air film according to the eccentricity of journal and the source positions analyzed. The results of investigated characteristics may be applied to precision devices like ultra-precision grinding machine and ultra high speed milling.
Stress Analysis of a Layered Semi-infinite Solid Subjected to Contact Loading Using a Fourier Integral
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 17, issue 5, 2001, Pages 373~379
The problem of interest is formulating elastic contact problem of a layered semi-infinite solid in terms of Fourier integral. The plane strain problem is considered for a solid composed of homogeneous isotropic two layers with different mechanical properties. General solutions for the subsurface stress and deformation field of frictionless elastic bodies under normal loading using of Fourier transformation technique are obtained. The numerical results for the stress distribution of coated solid for some particular cases are given.
Sliding Wear and Fretting Wear of Steam Generator Tube Materials
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 17, issue 5, 2001, Pages 380~385
In nuclear power steam generators, high flow rates can induce vibration of the tubes resulting in fretting wear damage due to contacts between the tubes and their supports. In this paper the fretting wear tests and the sliding wear tests were performed using the steam generator tube materials of Inconel 600 and 690 against STS 304. Sliding tests with the pin-on-disk type tribometer were done under various applied loads and sliding speeds at air environment. Fretting tests were done under various vibrating amplitudes and applied normal loads. From the results of sliding and fretting wear tests, the wear of Inconel 600 and 690 can be predictable using the work rate model. Depending on normal loads and vibrating amplitudes, distinctively different wear mechanisms and often drastically different wear rates can occur. It was found the results that the wear coefficients for Inconel 600 and 690 were 262.3
-1/ and 209.2
-1/, respectively. This study shows that Inconel 690 can provide much better wear resistance than Inconel 600 in air.
Comparison of the Tribological behaviors of Various Organic Molecular Films
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 17, issue 5, 2001, Pages 386~390
Monolayers such as self-assembled monolayer (SAM) have received considerable attention to reduce stiction and friction in micro-devices and microelectromechanical systems (MEMS). Various organic molecular films were investigated to obtain better understanding of their tribological behaviors and adhesion property. The organic molecular films studied in this work are: epoxysilane SAMs, octadecyltricholosilane (OST), multi-layers composed of epoxysilane SAMs, poly[styrene-b-(ethylene-co-butylene)-b-styrene](SEBS) and compound of epoxy resin and poly (paraphenylene)(EP/PPP). The pull-off forces of these films were also obtained from force-distance curves measured in static mode of operation of atomic force microscope(AFM). Tribological tests were conducted with a ball-on-flat reciprocating friction tester. The OST showed the lowest pull-off force, indicating its low adhesion property. It was revealed that, the OST, EP/PPP and the multi-layer of epoxysilane SAMs, SEBS and EP/PPP exhibited good tribological properties at the lower load (0.3 N) whereas the OST showed best performance at the higher load (1.8 N).
Analysis for Lubrication between Two Close Rotating Cylinders
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 17, issue 5, 2001, Pages 391~398
Two dimensional slow viscous flow around two counter-rotating equal cylinders is investigated based on Stokes'approximation. An exact formal expression of the stream function is obtained by using the bipolar cylinder coordinates and Fourier series expansion. From the stream function obtained, the streamline patterns around the cylinders are shown and the pressure distribution in the flow field is determined. By integrating the stress distributions on the cylinder, the force and the moment exerted on the cylinder are calculated. The flow rate through the gap between the two cylinders is also determined as the distance between two cylinders varies. Special attention is directed to the case of very small distance between two cylinders concerned with the lubrication theory and the minimum pressure is calculated to explain a possible cavitation.
The Friction and Wear of Boundary Lubricated Sliding Surfaces Using Three Different Surface Profile Spacing
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 17, issue 5, 2001, Pages 399~405
In this paper the ball-on-disk type sliding tests with boundary lubricated steels were carried out to verify the relation between surface profiles and wear as well as scuffing. Three kinds of surface roughness and asperity radius were produced on AISI 1045 steels using the different processes of grinding and polishing. Frictional forces and time to scuffing were measured. Also, the shape and amount of wear particles were analyzed to compare with original profiles. From the tests, it was confirmed that the size of wear particles are very related to original surface profile. The time to failures and wear amounts were sensitive to the surface spacing. The large surface spacing shows much longer sliding life and smaller wear amount than the others. Time to scuffing was increased with increasing surface profile spacing. The sire of wear particles was increased and the amount was decreased with increasing surface profile spacing. Wear volume and wear rate K were decreased with increasing surface profile spacing. And after sliding tests, surface cracks of inner parts of the wear track occurred scuffing were observed and compared the differences about each specimen having the different surface profile spacing.