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Effects of surface roughness and porous structure on the hydrodynamic lubrication of multi-layer oil bearing

Effects of surface roughness and porous structure on the hydrodynamic lubrication of multi-layer... PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to discuss the combined effects of the deterministic surface roughness and porous structure on the lubrication property of the multi-layer bearing.Design/methodology/approachDigital filtering technique and Kozeny-Carman equation are used to simulate the random Gauss surface and the internal pore structure of the porous bearing, respectively. Effects of surface morphology, structure and pores on the lubrication property are discussed by using the finite difference method.FindingsResults show that the lubrication performance of the multi-layer bearing increased with the increase of the surface roughness. Also, the transverse surface is better than that of the longitudinal surface. Moreover, lubricating property is getting worse with the increase of the height of each layer and the porosity. The lower permeability surface is beneficial to improve the lubrication performance when the total porosity is certain.Originality/valueThe effect of the Gauss roughness parameters on the detail of lubrication performance are analysed, such as the migration of the oil film rupture point position, the expansion of the pressure distribution region and the fluctuation of the pressure distribution curve with the roughness parameters. The combined effects of surface roughness, multi-layer structure and the internal pore parameters on the hydrodynamic behaviours of multi-layer porous bearing are analysed. This work is beneficial for the analysis of the tribological property and the structural design of multi-layer bearing. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Industrial Lubrication and Tribology Emerald Publishing

Effects of surface roughness and porous structure on the hydrodynamic lubrication of multi-layer oil bearing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0036-8792
DOI
10.1108/ILT-04-2016-0083
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Abstract

PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to discuss the combined effects of the deterministic surface roughness and porous structure on the lubrication property of the multi-layer bearing.Design/methodology/approachDigital filtering technique and Kozeny-Carman equation are used to simulate the random Gauss surface and the internal pore structure of the porous bearing, respectively. Effects of surface morphology, structure and pores on the lubrication property are discussed by using the finite difference method.FindingsResults show that the lubrication performance of the multi-layer bearing increased with the increase of the surface roughness. Also, the transverse surface is better than that of the longitudinal surface. Moreover, lubricating property is getting worse with the increase of the height of each layer and the porosity. The lower permeability surface is beneficial to improve the lubrication performance when the total porosity is certain.Originality/valueThe effect of the Gauss roughness parameters on the detail of lubrication performance are analysed, such as the migration of the oil film rupture point position, the expansion of the pressure distribution region and the fluctuation of the pressure distribution curve with the roughness parameters. The combined effects of surface roughness, multi-layer structure and the internal pore parameters on the hydrodynamic behaviours of multi-layer porous bearing are analysed. This work is beneficial for the analysis of the tribological property and the structural design of multi-layer bearing.

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Industrial Lubrication and TribologyEmerald Publishing

Published: Jul 10, 2017

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