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Analysis of EHL Circular Contact Start Up: Part II—Surface Temperature Rise Model and Results

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Jiaxin Zhao, Farshid Sadeghi

School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907-1288

Michael H. Hoeprich

The Timken Company, Canton, OH 44706

J. Tribol 123(1), 75-82 (Sep 26, 2000) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1332395 History: Received February 03, 2000; Revised September 26, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Discretization scheme for temperature rise calculation
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Comparison of stationary surface temperature rise in central line of symmetry
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Comparison of maximum surface temperature rise
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Surface temperature rise at θ=0.2(t=1.038×10−5 s), jump start up
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Surface temperature rise at θ=1.0(t=5.190×10−5 s), jump start up
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Surface temperature rise at θ=1.8(t=9.342×10−5 s), jump start up
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Surface temperature rise at θ=2.0(t=1.038×10−4 s), jump start up
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Surface temperature rise at θ=4.2(t=2.180×10−4 s), jump start up
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Surface temperature rise in central line of symmetry during jump start up for surface 1 (faster moving)
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Surface temperature rise in central line of symmetry during jump start up for surface 2 (slower moving)
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Surface temperature rise at θ=0.2(t=1.038×10−5 s), linear start up
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Surface temperature rise at θ=3.2(t=1.661×10−4 s), linear start up
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Surface temperature rise in central line of symmetry during linear start up for surface 1 (faster moving)
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Surface temperature rise in central line of symmetry during linear start up for surface 2 (slower moving)
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Maximum surface temperature rise during start up and in steady state EHL

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