Surface Temperature in Oscillating Sliding Interfaces

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M. Mansouri, M. M. Khonsari

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803

J. Tribol 127(1), 1-9 (Feb 07, 2005) (9 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1828065 History: Revised June 18, 2004; Received November 05, 2004; Online February 07, 2005
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Idealized line contact and pressure distribution
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Grid pattern: (A=π/8, α=π/12)
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Dimensionless position and speed: [A=π/3,ϕ(ωt=0)=3π/2]
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Dimensionless Hertzian heat flux profile: (Bi=Bie,A=π/3, α=π/12, ϕ0=3π/2)
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Effect of the Biot number: (Pe=6π,A=π/6, α=π/12). Steady state versus the Biot number.
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Effect of the oscillation amplitude: (Pe=6π,Bi=Bie/5, α=π/12). (a) Cyclic variations. (b) Steady state versus the amplitude.
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Model configuration and coordinate system
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Effect of the Peclet number: (Bi=Bie/5,A=π/6, α=π/12). (a) Cyclic variations. (b) Steady state versus the Peclet number.
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Effect of the semi-contact width: (Pe=6π,Bi=Bie/5,A=π/6). (a) Cyclic variations. (b) Steady state versus the semi-contact width.



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