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Effects of Compressive Heating on Traction Force and Film Thickness in Point EHL Contacts

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M. Kaneta, T. Shigeta

Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu 804-8550, Japan

P. Yang

School of Mechanical Engineering, Qingdao Technological University Qingdao 266033, China

J. Tribol 127(2), 435-442 (Apr 07, 2005) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1843153 History: Received June 05, 2003; Revised June 08, 2004; Online April 07, 2005
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Virtual glass-actual steel contact (BS, Eyring model, Σ=0, ue=0.8 m/s): (a) isothermal; (b) compressive heating; (c) shear heating; and (d) full thermal
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Virtual steel-actual glass contact (BS, Eyring model, Σ=0, ue=0.8 m/s): (a) isothermal; (b) compressive heating; (c) shear heating; and (d) full thermal
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Virtual glass-actual steel contact (VBS, Eyring model, Σ=0, ue=8.0 m/s): (a) isothermal; (b) compressive heating; (c) shear heating; and (d) full thermal
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Virtual steel-actual glass contact (VBS, Eyring model, Σ=0, ue=8.0 m/s): (a) isothermal; (b) compressive heating; (c) shear heating; and (d) full thermal
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Pressure gradient and velocity variation along entraining direction corresponding to Figs. 2(b) and 2(c), respectively
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Effects of atmospheric oil viscosity and thermal conductivity of contacting surfaces (Newtonian model, Σ=0, Full thermal results): (a) virtual glass-actual steel contact; and (b) virtual steel-actual glass contact
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Traction curve (virtual glass-actual steel contact, BS oil, ue=0.8 m/s): (A) Newtonian fluid; and (B) Eyring fluid
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Traction curve (virtual steel-actual glass contact, BS oil, ue=0.8 m/s): (A) Newtonian fluid; and (B) Eyring fluid
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Traction curve (virtual glass-actual steel contact, VBS oil, ue=8.0 m/s): (A) Newtonian fluid; and (B) Eyring fluid
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Traction curve (virtual steel-actual glass contact, VBS oil, ue=8.0 m/s): (A) Newtonian fluid; and (B) Eyring fluid
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Virtual glass-actual steel contact (VBS, Eyring model, Σ=0.01, ue=8.0 m/s): (a) isothermal; (b) compressive heating; (c) shear heating; and (d) full thermal
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Virtual glass-actual steel contact (VBS, Eyring model, Σ=0.05, ue=8.0 m/s): (a) isothermal; (b) compressive heating; (c) shear heating; and (d) full thermal

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