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Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers
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Volume 9, Issue 2 - Oct 1993
Volume 9, Issue 1 - Apr 1993
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식품기계의 윤활제 선정
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 1~8
내마모 부품 응용을 위한 요업재료의 마모 마찰 특성
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 9~15
Temperature Measurement of the Contact Surface from the Analysis of Temperature Distribution of the Hot Spots
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 16~21
A method has been developed to measure the surface temperature in a sliding tribosystem. The determination of the surface temperature was inferred from the temperature of hot spots which were generated by frictional heat. The temperature of hot spots was determined by regressing those digitized data on Gecim-Winer's theoretical model. The experimental results are discussed considering the important factors such as PV and frictional heat. The surface temperature rise is related to the thermal conductivity in low PV range. As PV increases, it reaches nearly constant value called the critical temperature.
A Study on the Effects of Temperature Rise and Turbulence on the Performance of Large Tilting Pad Journal Bearings
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 22~31
The thermohydrodynamic performance of large tilting pad journal bearings is analyzed, taking into account the three dimensional variation of lubricant viscosity. The eddy viscosity model based on wall formula is applied. The effects of temperature rise and turbulence on the bearing performance are studied in comparision with the isothermal or the laminar analysis. It is shown that these effects have significant influence on temperature distribution, load capacity and power loss of the bearing.
Experimental Study on the Contact Force of Rubber Seals for a Ball Bearing
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 32~37
The equations are derived for the evaluation of the axial contact forces. The contact forces of rubber seals are analyzed as a function of the ratio of real contact length, the thickness of seal lip, the inclined angle of seal lip, and the interference between the edge of seal lip and the rotating inner ring. The experimental apparatus is developed for the test of seal lip contact force. The data for designing rubber seals are presented in terms of the ratio of real contact length, initial inclined lip angle, lip thickness. and the interference. The results obtained from the derived equation for the contact force are in good agreement with the experimental results.
A Study on the Sliding Wear Characteristicsn of the Die Steel for the Cold Molding
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 38~44
The present study was undertaken to investigate the dry wear characteristics of die steel STD 11 for cold molding. The wear test was experimentally carried out under different conditions using a wear device, which was made in laboratory, and in which annular surfaces of wear testing specimens wear rubbed in dry sliding condition with varying the sliding speed, contact pressure, and sliding distance. The wear loss by variation of sliding speed was much in 0.3 m/sec and less in higher speed range above its sliding speed according to formation of the boundary lubrication film. The critical sliding speed with maximum value of the specific wear rate switched over to lower speed side according. as contact pressure increased. The critical sliding distance was increased with decrease in oxidation reaction velocity. The depth below subsurface showing maximum hardness (Hv) came out at the position, $60 \mu m$, of the maximum shear stress due to strain hardening.
Lubrication Characteristics of High Performance Oil Hydraulic Vane Pump
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 45~54
The lubrication characteristics of line contacts between the vane and cam ring in an oil hydraulic vane pump with intravanes have been investigated. Variations of the radial acting force of a vane were calculated from previously measured results of dynamic internal pressures in four chambers surrounding a vane, and variations of the film thickness were estimated in both the rotational speed range from 500 to 1500 rpm and in the delivery pressure range from 1 to 14 MPa. The results indicate the variations of the radial acting force and film thickness. It is found that the regimes of lubrication in the vane tip contacts lover rigid-isoviscous to rigidvariable viscosities.
Influence of Lubricating Oil Environments on Behavior of Cavitation Erosion for Alloy Metals of Bearing
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 55~61
Recently, due to the erosion damage that were generated increasingly at alloy metals of slide bearing by cavity of lubricating oil with tendency of high speed and high output of reciprocating engine, there is a need to study the process on the formation of cavitation erosion, and the characteristic of cavitation erosion at lubricating oil environments under various condition for marine ship. Therefore, the apparatus of cavitation erosion experiment used 20 KHz, $24 \mu m$ piezoelectric vibrator. The main results obtained through this test method are as follows: 1. The max. erosion rate at lubricating oil environments was related to the change of space, oil film thickness, and shown to tendency of gear oil>system oil>turbine oil>mixed oil environments with different viscosity. 2. The pitted hole by cavitation erosion at high viscosity oil environments became small and deep, and in addition to, they appeared to be wide and shallow at low viscosity.
Friction and Wear Behavior of Carbon/Carbon Composites for Aircraft Brake Material
Journal of the Korean Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers, volume 9, issue 1, 1993, Pages 62~69
Friction and wear behavior of a carbon/carbon composite material for aircraft brake material was experimentally investigated. Friction and wear test setup was designed and built for the experiment. Friction and wear tests were conducted under various sliding conditions. Friction coefficients were measured and processed by a data acquisition system and amount of wear measured by a balance. Stainless steel disk was used as the counterface material. Temperature was also measured by inserting thermocouple 2.5 mm beneath the sliding surface of the carbon/carbon composite specimen. Wear surfaces were observed by SEM, and analyzed by EDAX. The experimental results showed that sliding speed and normal force did not have significant effects on friction coefficient and wear factor of the composite. Temperature increase just below the surface was not large enough to cause any thermal degradation or oxidation which occurred at higher temperature when tested by TGA. Wear film was generated both on the specimen and on the counterface at relatively low sliding speed but cracks, grooves, and wear debris were observed at high sliding speed. Friction coefficient remained almost constant when the sliding speed or normal load was varied. It is believed that the adhesive and abrasive components contributed mainly to the friction coefficient. Wear behavior at low sliding speed was governed by wear film formation and adhesive wear mechanism. At high speed, fiber orientation, ploughing by counterface asperities, and fiber breakage dominated wear of the carbon/carbon composite.