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A Model for Squeeze Film Dampers Operating With Air Entrainment and Validation With Experiments

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Sergio Diaz

Universidad Simón Bolı́var, Venezuela

Luis San Andrés

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-3123

J. Tribol 123(1), 125-133 (Sep 19, 2000) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1330742 History: Received February 14, 2000; Revised September 19, 2000
Copyright © 2001 by ASME
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Squeeze film damper test section
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Squeeze film damper: geometry, coordinates, and film forces
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Development of the predicted pressure fields with the mixture volume fraction for a whirl frequency of 8.33 Hz at axial plane Z2 (uniform pressure zone identified from test results)
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Predicted and experimental peak-to-peak pressure amplitude for a whirl frequency of 8.33 Hz versus the mixture volume fraction at axial location Z2
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Predicted and experimental hydrodynamic forces (radial and tangential) for a whirl frequency of 8.33 Hz at the axial location Z2, including experimental uncertainty. (See Fig. 2 for definition of forces.)
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Control volume in a squeeze film
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Average air volume fraction versus feed-squeeze flow parameter (γ)
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Averaged extent of the uniform pressure zone (A/T) versus the mixture volume fraction for whirl frequencies of 8.33 and 16.67 Hz. Experiments and empirical formulas.
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Reference mixture volume fraction versus oil through flow rate for operation at 8.33 Hz with one open end to ambient (1 estimated from measured pressure waves)
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Peak-to-peak film pressure versus oil flow rate for open and to ambient operation at 8.33 Hz
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Predicted radial and tangential forces versus oil through flow rate for operation at 8.33 Hz with one open and to ambient at the axial plane Z2. (See Fig. 2 for definition of forces.)
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Reference mixture volume fraction versus whirl frequency for operation with one open end to ambient (air) and oil through flow rate equal to 1.2 liter/min (1 estimated from measured pressures)
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Peak-to-peak pressure versus whirl frequency for operation with one open end to ambient (air) and oil through flow rate equal to 1.2 liter/min. Axial plane Z2.
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Total force per unit length versus whirl frequency for operation with one open end to ambient (air) and oil through flow rate equal to 1.2 liter/min. (See Fig. 2 for definition of forces.)

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