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Relationship Between Temperature Distribution in EHL Film and Dimple Formation

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Kazuyuki Yagi

Laboratoire de Mecanique des Contacts, UMR CNRS/INSA de Lyon 5514, Villeurbanne, 69621 Francee-mail: Kazuyuki.Yagi@insa-lyon.fr

Keiji Kyogoku, Tsunamitsu Nakahara

Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 12-1, Ookayama, 2-chome, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, 152-8552, Japan

J. Tribol 127(3), 658-665 (Jun 13, 2005) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1866164 History: Received March 01, 2004; Revised December 22, 2004; Online June 13, 2005
Copyright © 2005 by ASME
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Figures

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Disks for measuring each temperature
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Interference fringe patterns of film thickness for various slip ratios (pm=0.97 GPa,Δu=2.0 m/s, sapphire–steel contacts, oil:P100)
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Temperature rise distributions and film profile in center line along sliding direction (pm=0.97 GPa,Δu=2.0 m/s, sapphire–steel contacts, oil:P100)
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Maximum temperature rise and traction coefficient for various sliding speeds (pm=0.97 GPa,S=infinity, sapphire–steel contacts, oil:P100)
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Variation of film profile on center line along sliding direction for various loads (Δu=9.0 m/s,S=infinity, sapphire–steel contacts, oil:P100)
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Relation between load and maximum temperature rises and traction coefficient (Δu=9.0 m/s,S=infinity, sapphire–steel contacts, oil:P100)
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Spectrums of transmissivity of filters, disks, and emissivity of oil
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Shape variation of film thickness for various sliding speeds (pm=0.97 GPa,S=infinity, sapphire–steel contacts, oil:P100)
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Variation of film profile on center line along sliding direction for various sliding speeds (pm=0.97 GPa,S=infinity, sapphire–steel contacts, oil:P100)
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Temperature rise and film thickness in dimple zone in CaF2–steel contacts contacts (pm=0.36 GPa,Δu=0.8 m/s,S=−2.0,CaF2–steel contacts, oil:Santotrac 100)
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Explanation of dimple formation by viscosity wedge action

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