Publication detail

Mixed Lubrication Simulation of Slide Bearings

MARŠÁLEK, O. NOVOTNÝ, P. RAFFAI, P. DRÁPAL, L. PÍŠTĚK, V.

Original Title

Mixed Lubrication Simulation of Slide Bearings

English Title

Mixed Lubrication Simulation of Slide Bearings

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper describes planned or already implemented innovations in the field of computational modelling of slide bearings, which are offered in FEV Virtual Engine software. At the beginning basic information are discussed about classical (standardly used) hydrodynamic theory for slide bearings, furthermore its extension – the possible consideration of a more advance lubrication regime, mixed lubrication regime is described, which will be soon available as an option in the graphical user interface of FEV Virtual Engine software.

English abstract

This paper describes planned or already implemented innovations in the field of computational modelling of slide bearings, which are offered in FEV Virtual Engine software. At the beginning basic information are discussed about classical (standardly used) hydrodynamic theory for slide bearings, furthermore its extension – the possible consideration of a more advance lubrication regime, mixed lubrication regime is described, which will be soon available as an option in the graphical user interface of FEV Virtual Engine software.

Keywords

Surface roughness, hydrodynamic lubrication, slide bearing, mixed lubrication.

RIV year

2013

Released

06.06.2013

Publisher

MSC.Software

Location

Brno

ISBN

978-80-260-4173-3

Book

Setkání uživatelů MSC.Software s.r.o. 2013

Pages from

157

Pages to

163

Pages count

234

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT100736,
  author="Ondřej {Maršálek} and Pavel {Novotný} and Peter {Raffai} and Lubomír {Drápal} and Václav {Píštěk}",
  title="Mixed Lubrication Simulation of Slide Bearings",
  annote="This paper describes planned or already implemented innovations in the field of computational modelling of slide bearings, which are offered in FEV Virtual Engine software. At the beginning basic information are discussed about classical (standardly used) hydrodynamic theory for slide bearings, furthermore its extension – the possible consideration of a more advance lubrication regime, mixed lubrication regime is described, which will be soon available as an option in the graphical user interface of FEV Virtual Engine software.",
  address="MSC.Software",
  booktitle="Setkání uživatelů MSC.Software s.r.o. 2013",
  chapter="100736",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="MSC.Software",
  year="2013",
  month="june",
  pages="157--163",
  publisher="MSC.Software",
  type="conference paper"
}