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Experimental Evaluation of EHD Film Shape and Its Comparison With Numerical Solution

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I. Křupka, M. Hartl, R. Poliščuk, J. Čermák, M. Liška

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Technická 2, 616 69 Brno, The Czech Republic

J. Tribol 122(4), 689-696 (May 08, 2000) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1288772 History: Received August 31, 1999; Revised May 08, 2000
Copyright © 2000 by ASME
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EHD pressure distribution (a) and corresponding refractive index distribution (b) within EHD contact for rolling speed of 0.1395 m/s
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Three-dimensional representations of experimental (a) and numerical (b) EHD film thickness and their comparison (c) for rolling speed of 0.0759 m/s
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Three-dimensional representations of experimental (a) and numerical (b) EHD film thickness and their comparison (c) for rolling speed of 0.1107 m/s
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Three-dimensional representations of experimental (a) and numerical (b) EHD film thickness and their comparison (c) for rolling speed of 0.1395 m/s
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Three-dimensional representations of experimental (a) and numerical (b) EHD film thickness and their comparison (c) for rolling speed of 0.1789 m/s
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The comparison of measured, numerical and Hamrock and Dowson values of the ratio between central and minimum film thickness
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EHD film thickness contour plots for rolling speed of 0.0759 m/s: (a) experimental and (b) numerical
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EHD film thickness contour plots for rolling speed of 0.1107 m/s: (a) experimental and (b) numerical
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EHD film thickness contour plots for rolling speed of 0.1395 m/s: (a) experimental and (b) numerical
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EHD film thickness contour plots for rolling speed of 0.1789 m/s: (a) experimental and (b) numerical

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