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Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers
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Volume 19, Issue 6 - Dec 2003
Volume 19, Issue 5 - Oct 2003
Volume 19, Issue 4 - Aug 2003
Volume 19, Issue 3 - Jun 2003
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Micro-EHL Analysis of a Ball Joint Contact with Surface Roughness
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 19, issue 3, 2003, Pages 123~132
The effect of surface texture on elastohydrodynamic lubrication (EHL) point contact of a ball Joint mechanism in small reciprocating compressors is studied numerically by using multigrid method. Pressure and film thickness profiles have been calculated for surface roughness with waviness of different orientations and transverse ridge and dent at minimum and maximum Hoes M parameter conditions. The influence of the amplitude and the wavelength of the surface roughness was also studied. Results show that the oblique waviness with orientation angle of 30
generates the smallest minimum film thickness as compared with those of longitudinal, transverse, and other oblique roughness. The influence of transverse waviness on the minimum film thickness is smaller than for the longitudinal waviness case.
The Study of Characteristics Evaluation for Bimorph PZT Cantilever and its Application
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 19, issue 3, 2003, Pages 133~138
The characteristics for bimorph PZT cantilever of laboratory-fabricated have been evaluated experimentally. The deflections of cantilever with PZT are result from a capillary force between a water drop and a tip of cantilever. The output voltage due to deflect cantilever are depend on the tip shape and thickness of cantilever. We applied a bimorph PZT cantilever to oil thickness measurement. This reasonable concept is that the output voltage be caused by different defected characteristics between oil and surface. Experimental results demonstrated that the high measurement accuracy of the oil film thickness is obtained from the probe.
A Study on Performance Analysis of Cryogenic Hydrostatic Journal Bearings : the Effects of Turbulent Flow, Pressure Drop and Variable Liquid Properties
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 19, issue 3, 2003, Pages 139~145
In this paper, static characteristics of a cryogenic hydrostatic journal bearing which has 2-rows staggered recesses are numerically analyzed. The regime of operation of this bearing is fully turbulent with large fluid inertia effects. The turbulent lubrication equation is solved under the assumption that turbulence parameters are decided by the Reynolds numbers. Pressure drop caused by inertia effect at the recess edge is considered in this analysis. Also density and viscosity of working fluid are considered as function of only pressure. Numerical results for a cryogenic Hydrostatic journal bearing show pressure distribution, load capacity, flow rate, and recess pressure. The effects of turbulent flow, pressure drop and variable liquid properties are discussed.
Friction and Wear of the Scroll Compressor Sliding Surfaces in the Natural Refrigerant
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 19, issue 3, 2003, Pages 146~150
The natural refrigerant
has attracted as an alternative refrigerant currently used in air conditioning system, which has high global warming potential. In this study, the tribological characteristics of the sliding surfaces between a fixed scroll and an orbiting scroll of the scroll compressor were investigated in
/ POE mixed environment. The pin-on-disk type sliding tests were carried out under the various sliding speeds, normal loads. surface roughness, and pressures. During the test, friction forces, wear amount and surface temperature were monitored.
Sliding We3f Properties for 5％Co-5％V-1％Nb High Speed Steel by Powder Metallurgy at High Temperature
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 19, issue 3, 2003, Pages 151~158
In metal cutting at the tool-chip interface, friction generates considerable amount of heat. Thus, the knowledge of wear properties of cutting tool material in high temperature has been as one of important factors in need of clarification. The authors presented the wear properties of 5%Co-5%V-1%Nb high speed steel, fabricated by powder metallurgy, in room temperature in previous articles. The objective of this paper is to clarify the effects of temperature on its wear properties. Wear tests in sliding conditions under various temperatures have been conducted using the pin-on-disc type wear test machine. The results indicate that the wear properties of 5%Co-5%V-1%Nb high speed steel in high temperature as well as in room temperature are excellent. It may be deduced that the oxide layer formed on worn surface at high temperature is stable enough to prevent wear due to the high temperature strength of its matrix.
A Study on the Wear Properties by EP(Extreme Pressure) Additive Composition in a Lubricated Concentrated Contact
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 19, issue 3, 2003, Pages 159~166
This research for replacement of chlorine or sulfur based EP(extreme pressure) -additives which is restricted materials by environmental regulation. The subject of this study is as follows, 4-ball test and friction coefficient test were experimented in accordance with temperature and velocity, compounding with several organic or inorganic metallic elements. After 4-ball test, wear area of steel ball was analysed by SEM-EDX. As the analysis, organic and inorganic elements make a effect for extreme pressure lubricity. It is shown that the friction coefficient of lubricant which includes chlorine or sulfur additives, the scoring phenomenon is found accord-ing to temperature and the scuffing phenomenon at 200
. Applying to Na, P, S, Zn, Ca based on inorganic and organic elements, the result showed that friction coefficient is decreased more and more, as increasing temperature of lubricant. The additive based on S, Cl, P elements is effect far extreme pressure in the sample#1 and Na, P, S, Zn, Ca in sample #2. These elements are environmental contaminants and S, Cl based on EP additives which are very popular in domestic industry, when they are properly composed with non-chlorine based on additives and Na, P, S, Zn, Ca organic or inorganic elements. It is showed that lubricity and excellent anti-wear properties.
Thermohydrodynamic Analysis Considering Flow Field Patterns Between Roughness Surfaces
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 19, issue 3, 2003, Pages 167~177
The study deals with the development of a thermohydrodynamic (THD) computational procedure for evaluating the pressure, temperature and velocity distributions in fluid films with very rough geometry. A parametric investigation is performed to predict the bearing behaviors in the lubricating film having the absorbed layers and their interfaces determined by the rough surfaces with Gaussian distribution. The layers are expressed as functions of the standard deviations of each surface to characterize flow patterns between both the rough sur-faces. The velocity variations and the heat generation are assumed to occur in the central (shear) zone with the same bearing length and width. The coupled effect of surface roughness and shear zone dependency on hydrodynamic pressure and temperature has been found in non-contact mode. The procedure confirms the numerically determined relationship between the pressure and film gap on condition that its roughness magnitude is smaller than the fluid film thickness.