To counter lubricant shortage at a frictional contact (starvation), lubrication liquids, e.g. oils, are actively transported from a distant location towards the undersupplied tribocontact. This is done via small channels or generally via structures cut into a flat surface. In this way one can use capillary force as a cheap and reliable driver of the lubricant flow. Numerical modeling and experiments show that this method can be considered a promising new option to enhance tribocontact operation.
Umfang: XVI, 172 S.
Preis: €45.00 | £41.00 | $79.00
These are words or phrases in the text that have been automatically identified by the Named Entity Recognition and Disambiguation service, which provides Wikipedia () and Wikidata () links for these entities.
Klima, J. 2018. Lubricant transport towards tribocontact in capillary surface structures. Karlsruhe: KIT Scientific Publishing. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5445/KSP/1000084131
Dieses Buch ist lizenziert unter Creative Commons Attribution + ShareAlike 4.0 Dedication
Dieses Buch ist Peer reviewed. Informationen dazu finden Sie hier
Veröffentlicht am 13. November 2018