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Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers
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Volume 18, Issue 6 - Dec 2002
Volume 18, Issue 5 - Oct 2002
Volume 18, Issue 4 - Aug 2002
Volume 18, Issue 3 - Jun 2002
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Effect of Active Control Bearing on Unbalance Response of a Rotor-Bearing System
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 99~104
The paper presents the unbalance response of a rotor-bearing system supported by an active control bearing. The proportional, derivative and integral controls are investigated fur the control algorithm of an active control bearing to suppress the unbalance response of a rotor-bearing system. Results of analytical investigations on the unbalance responses of a rotor supported by an active control bearing are presented for various control gains. It is found that the unbalance response of a rotor can be greatly suppressed by the proportional, derivative or integral control of the bearing. The proportional control is more effective than the derivative control at low rotational speed, and the derivative control is more effective than the proportional control at high rotational speed. In the case of the integral control of the bearing, the unbalance response ova rotor is increased as a general rule. However, the integral control of the bearing is extremely superior to proportional or derivative control at very low rotational speed.
Lubrication Analysis of the Grooved Journal Bearing Lubricated with Pressurized High Temperature Water
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 105~108
Specially designed grooved journal bearings are installed in the main coolant pump for SMART (System-integrated Modular Advanced ReacTor) to support radial load on the rotating shaft. The canned motor type main coolant pumps are arranged vertically on the reactor vessel and filled with circulating primary coolant which is pure water. The main coolant pump bearings are lubricated with this coolant without any other external lubricant supply. Because lubricating condition is too severe for this bearing to generate proper hydrodynamic film, investigation of lubrication characteristics of the journal bearing is important to satisfy life constraint of whole pump system, and the results will be applied to the analysis of dynamic characteristics of the shaft system. The bearing is made of silicon graphite which has self
lubricating effect. A lubrication analysis method is proposed for this vertically grooved journal bearing in the main coolant pump of SMART, and lubricational characteristics of the bearings are examined in this paper.
Characteristics of Friction and Wear of Metals Under Vapor Phase Lubrication
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 109~116
phase lubrication can be used as an alterative lubrication method to overcome the demerits of liquid and solid lubrications. In this work, the tribological characteristics of metals are investigated under vapor phase lubrication. It was found that the friction coefficient and wear volume can be controlled efficiently by the amount of vapor phase lubricant delivered to the sliding interface. The friction coefficient could be reduced to about 0.1 under vapor lubrication. Also, depending on the amount of vapor lubrication delivered to the system, the width of the wear track could be varied between 50 to 250 Um. It is shown that vapor phase lubrication mechanism is very effective to control the friction and wear phenomena without the use of excessive oil.
Implementation of an Integrated Machine Condition Monitoring Algorithm Based on an Expert System
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 117~126
Abstract - An integrated condition monitoring algorithm based on an expert system was implemented in this work in order to monitor effectively the machine conditions. The knowledge base was consisted of numeric data which meant the posterior probability of each measurement parameter for the representative machine failures. Also the inference engine was constructed as a series of statistical process, where the probable machine fault was inferred by a mapping technology of pattern recognition. The proposed algorithm was, through the user interface, applied for an air compressor system where the temperature, vibration and wear properties were measured simultaneously. The result of the case study was found fairly satisfactory in the diagnosis of the machine condition since the predicted result was well correlated to the machine fault occurred.
Manufacturing Parameters Affecting Physical Properties and Tribological Behavior of Brake Linings
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 127~132
The Taguchi method, a robust experimental design, was used to optimize manufacturing parameters of a brake lining during hot pressing and heat treatment. A friction material containing 15 ingredients was employed fur this experiment and friction and wear tests were carried out by using a pad-on-disk type tribotester. Sixteen brake linings with different manufacturing conditions were examined according to a parameter design. From the results of the signal-to-noise (S/N) ratio and the analysis of variance (ANOVA), the cause and effect of the manufacturing parameters on physical properties (hardness and porosity) and friction and wear characteristics of brake linings was obtained
An Experimental Study for the Effect of Friction Modifier Added in Fuel on the Engine Friction and Fuel Economy
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 133~137
This paper reports on the effect of fuel additive friction modifier on the engine friction and fuel consumption. The test of engine friction and fuel consumption is performed for the each oils and fuels. The TFA4724 friction modifier is added in test oil and fuel. The test results show that total engine friction is a decrease of 0.7-2.0% compared with base fuel, and fuel consumption is improved by 0.3%. The amount of friction reduction corresponds to that of boundary friction loss term in ring-pack friction losses. From the results, it is thought that the additive friction modifier in the fuel is effective to reduce the boundary friction in ring-pack.
An Investigation of Worn DLC Coatings Using Atomic Force Microscopy
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Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 138~143
Abstract - Tribofilms formed on won surface protect the DLC coating surface and decrease the fiction coefficient. However it is very difficult to evaluate their micromechanical properties due to their small thickness, inhomogeneity and discontinuity. The phase contrast images in tapping mode atomic farce microscopy allow an estimation of inhomogeneity in micromechanical properties of the sample surface. The purpose of this investigation is to demonstrate how the phase contrast images contribute to the characterization of thin tribofilms.
Effects of Kinematic Motions and Contact Configurations on the Wear of UHMWPE
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 143~146
The effects of contact configuration and kinematic motion on the wear of ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) were investigated. Two different contact configurations were adopted for wear testing under the two different kinematic motions with un-irradiated UHMWPE specimens. Wear of UHMWPE pins against the linear reciprocating stainless steel disks was 8% higher than that against the uni-directional repeat pass rotating disks. Wear of UHMWPE disks moving in the linear reciprocating motion against stainless steel ball was 37% higher than that moving in the uni-directional repeat pass rotating motion. The results in this study show that the contact configuration and kinematic motion of sliding definitely affect the wear of UHMWPE through the differences in the contact stress states of UHMWPE.
Application of Fractal Parameter for Morphological Analysis of Wear Particle
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 147~152
The morphological analysis of wear particle is a very effective means fur machine condition monitoring and fault diagnosis. In order to describe morphology of various wear particle, the wear test was carried out under friction experimental conditions. And fractal descriptors was applied to boundary and surface of wear particle with image processing. These descriptors to analyze shape and surface of wear particle are shape fractal dimension and surface fractal dimension. The boundary fractal dimension can be derived from the boundary profile and surface fractal dimension can be determined by sum of intensity difference of surface pixel. The morphology of wear particles can be effectively obtained by two fractal parameter.
A Study on the Durability Characteristics of an Air-lubricated Bump Foil Journal Bearing
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 153~159
This paper describes a durability characteristics of an air-lubricated bump foil journal bearing for high speed turbomachinerys at room temperature. At first, lift-off test and load capacity test were performed to understand the general characteristics of an air-lubricated bump foil Journal bearing. A 52 N weighted bump foil bearing sleeve was lilted off from a rotating Journal at about 3,000 rpm, and produced a load capacity of 500 N at an operating speed of 15,000 rpm. The next was 500 cycles lift-off test with an air-lubricated bump foil journal bearing that had a molybdenum disulfide(MoS
) solid lubricant coated top foil. Data from measuring bearing torque and temperature and the observation of rubbing surfAce were included in results. Therefore the results of this work will aid in proving durability of air-lubricated bump foil journal bearings.
Study on the Fatigue Crack Initiation Life uncle]r 3-Dimensional Rough Contact
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 160~166
In case of rough contact fatigue, the accurate calculation of surface tractions is essential to the prediction of crack initiation life. Accurate Surface tractions influencing shear stress amplitude can be obtained by contact analysis based on the morphology of contact surfaces. In this study, to simulate rough contact under sliding condition, gaussian rough surface generated numerically in the previous study was used and to calculate clack initiation life in the substrate, dislocation pileup theory was used.
Wear of UHMWPE Pins Against Ti-alloy and Stainless Steel Disks Moving in Two Kinematic Motions
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 2, 2002, Pages 167~172
The wear behaviors of ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene pins against titanium alloy and stainless steel disks moving in two different kinematic motion were investigated by conducting repeat pass rotational sliding and linear reciprocal sliding wear tests. Linear reciprocal motion wore more the polyethylene pin than did repeat pass rotational motion for both disk materials. It means that the repeated directional change of contact stresses generates more wear debris in polyethylene. For the linear reciprocal sliding tests, titanium alloy disks were damaged with some scratches after one million cycles but no surface damage was observed on the polyethylene pins. On the other hand, fur the repeat pass rotational sliding tests, all titanium alloy disks were severely abraded on the entire region of sliding track. This phenomenon can be interpreted by that stress fatigue under repeated sliding contact initiated titanium oxide layer wear particles from disk surface, and these hard particles were embedded into polyethylene pin and then they severely abraded the disk surface. From these results it can be concluded that the kinematic motion in pin-on-disk wear tests play a crucial role on the wear behaviors of UHMWPE pins against titanium alloy and stainless steef discs.