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Prediction of Real Rough Surface Deformation in Pure Rolling EHL Contact: Comparison with Experiment

Originální název

Prediction of Real Rough Surface Deformation in Pure Rolling EHL Contact: Comparison with Experiment

Anglický název

Prediction of Real Rough Surface Deformation in Pure Rolling EHL Contact: Comparison with Experiment

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The ability to predict the in-contact deformation of surface topography is very important for the design of machine components with respect to minimizing the friction and wear of rubbing surfaces. In this study the amplitude attenuation principle is verified as a simple tool for this purpose. Measured lubricant film profiles are compared with prediction based on this principle. From the results obtained it appears that the amplitude attenuation principle provides reasonable estimation of the deformation of rubbing surfaces that can be used for the prediction of in-contact behavior of surface roughness. Good agreement was obtained under pure rolling conditions, which provides a good initial point for the other studies under rolling/sliding conditions where the wear of rubbing surfaces is of key importance.

Anglický abstrakt

The ability to predict the in-contact deformation of surface topography is very important for the design of machine components with respect to minimizing the friction and wear of rubbing surfaces. In this study the amplitude attenuation principle is verified as a simple tool for this purpose. Measured lubricant film profiles are compared with prediction based on this principle. From the results obtained it appears that the amplitude attenuation principle provides reasonable estimation of the deformation of rubbing surfaces that can be used for the prediction of in-contact behavior of surface roughness. Good agreement was obtained under pure rolling conditions, which provides a good initial point for the other studies under rolling/sliding conditions where the wear of rubbing surfaces is of key importance.

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@article{BUT96703,
  author="Petr {Šperka} and Ivan {Křupka} and Martin {Hartl}",
  title="Prediction of Real Rough Surface Deformation in Pure Rolling EHL Contact: Comparison with Experiment",
  annote="The ability to predict the in-contact deformation of surface topography is very important for the design of machine components with respect to minimizing the friction and wear of rubbing surfaces. In this study the amplitude attenuation principle is verified as a simple tool for this purpose. Measured lubricant film profiles are compared with prediction based on this principle. From the results obtained it appears that the amplitude attenuation principle provides reasonable estimation of the deformation of rubbing surfaces that can be used for the prediction of in-contact behavior of surface roughness. Good agreement was obtained under pure rolling conditions, which provides a good initial point for the other studies under rolling/sliding conditions where the wear of rubbing surfaces is of key importance.",
  address="Taylor & Francis",
  chapter="96703",
  institution="Taylor & Francis",
  number="5",
  volume="55",
  year="2012",
  month="july",
  pages="698--704",
  publisher="Taylor & Francis",
  type="journal article - other"
}