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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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A Study on the Formation and the Tribological Role of Mass Transfers Layers at Rubbing Silver-coated Surface
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 6, 2002, Pages 377~383
The tribological role of mass transfer layer was studied with silver coatings under various ranges of load and sliding speed. Silver coating was performed with a functionally gradient coating method. Tests were per-formed in dry sliding conditions, using a ball-on-disk contact configuration, at the load of 0.0196-17.64 N and the sliding speed of 20-1,000 mm/s in ambient air. Optical microscope and EPMA analyses showed that contact surfaces were covered with the mass transfer layers of agglomerated wear particles depending upon the contact conditions, and they greatly influenced the tribological characteristics of the surfaces. However, the formation of mass transfer layer was suppressed as the sliding speed increased, and above a critical sliding speed, no mass transfer layer was able to form. For building up a general framework of triboiogical behavior of the coated silver films, all test data were summarized on a map whose axes are contact pressure and sliding speed.
A Study of Thermal Behaviors on the Effect of Aspect Ratio of Ventilation Hole in Disk Brake
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 6, 2002, Pages 384~388
The adequate design of a passenger car braking system, which is directly related to the safety of a car, is very important since the safety is an essential design parameter of a car to keep men and car from the damage. The thermal behaviors of the ventilated disk has been investigated based on the air cooling effects during repeat braking operations. In this study, the 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 aspect ratio of ventilated hole on the heat dissipation was investigated.
A Study for Estimation of the Surface Temperature Rise Using the FVM and Semi-Infinite Solid Analysis
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 6, 2002, Pages 389~395
The surface temperature at the interface of bodies in a sliding contact is one of the most important factors influencing the behavior of machine components. The calculation of the surface temperature at a sliding contact interface has been an interesting and important subject for tribologist. Temperature analyses were usually performed under the consideration contacted two bodies as semi-infinite. But the analysis was difficulty in being applied to finite body and considering the boundary condition. In this study, contact temperature rise of two finite bodies and surfaces due to frictional heating under the rectangular and the circular sliding contact is calculated. Heat partition factor is calculated using semi-infinite solid analysis and the temperature of the finite bodies is calculated using FVM. It will be shown that Most frictional heat in the fore part of contact region for sliding direction is conducted into body that has a moving heat source and the site of the maximum temperature rise moves to the opposite direction of sliding during sliding.
Anti-Oxidation Property of Organo-Molybdenum Dialkyldithiophosphate
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 6, 2002, Pages 396~401
ln this paper, the fuction of molybdenum dialkyl dithiophosphate (MoDTP) as an oxidation inhibitor of mineral oils was investigated and compared with 2,6-Di-tert-Butyl-4-Methylphenol (DBMP). Oxidation tests were conducted using an oxygen absorption apparatus. MoDTP showed anti-oxidation property, and length of induction time prolonged by increasing MoDTP concentration. However the induction time of DBMP was longer than those of MoDTP. The anti-oxidation property of MoDTP was found to be inferior to that of DBMP The capability of hydroperoxide decomposition ability with MoDTP was much greater than that with DBMP. However the rate constant of radical scavenging with MoDTP was much better than that with DBMP. It was found that the performance of MoDTP is exellent with respect to hydroperoxide decomposition but it is susceptible to chemical decomposition. From the fact that formation of phenol was observed when MoDTP was added to hexane solution of cumene hydroperoxide (CHPO), it is indicated that the decomposition of hydroperoxide with MoDTP occurs by means of ionic mechanism.
Dynamic Behavior and Lubrication Characteristics of a Reciprocating Compressor Crankshaft by n Finite Bearing Model
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 6, 2002, Pages 402~410
In this study, a hydrodynamic analysis of the reciprocating compressor crankshaft considering a finite bearing modelling of the journal bearings used in small refrigeration compressors is performed. In the problem formulation of the compression mechanism dynamics, all corresponding hydrodynamic forces and moments are considered using the finite bearing analysis in order to determine the crankshaft trajectory at each step. The solution of the Reynolds' equation is determined numerically using a finite difference method and a Newton-Raphson procedure was employed in solving the dynamic equations of the crankshaft. The crankshaft orbits fur the finite bearing model and short bearing theory were used to compare the effect of the hydrodynamic farces of the journal bearings on the dynamic and lubrication characteristics of the crankshaft-journal bearing system. Results show that the finite bearing model for the journal bearings must be considered in calculating for the accurate dynamic characteristics of the reciprocating compressor crankshaft.
Analysis for Lubrication between a Rotating Cylinder and a Translating Plate
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 6, 2002, Pages 411~417
Two dimensional slow viscous flow between a rotating cylinder and a translating plate is investigated using 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 are shown and the pressure distribution in the flow field is determined. By integrating the stress distributions on the cylinder, the farce and the moment exerted on the cylinder are calculated. The flow rate through the gap between the cylinder and the plate is also determined as a function of the distance between the cylinder and the plate. Special attention is directed to the case of very small distance between the cylinder and the plate concerned with the lubrication theory and the minimum pressure is calculated to explain a possible cavitation.
A Study of Spur Gear Tooth Profile Modiscation Scheme for ScufEng Resistance Improvement
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 18, issue 6, 2002, Pages 418~424
The basic concept of ‘gear profile modification’ is to change a part of the involute profile to reduce the load in that area and appropriate profile modifications can help gears to run quietly and resist scoring., pitting, and tooth breakage. In this study, the modification of tooth profile to make a smooth transmission of the normal loads in spur gears has been developed. The modified tooth profile has been determined by the total deflection at contact points. We also compared our results with other experimental results.