Volume 37, Number 2, April 2019
|Page(s)||401 - 406|
|Published online||05 August 2019|
Tribological Properties of V-Shaped Surface Texture under Oil Lubrication Condition
College of Mechanical Engineering, University of Jinan, Jinan 250022, China
2 College of Mechanical Engineering, Hubei University of Technology, Wuhan 430000, China
* 杨学锋(1977-), 济南大学教授, 主要从事摩擦学研究。 E-mail:email@example.com
In order to study the tribological properties of V-shaped texture under oil lubrication conditions, the loading force and speed are selected as the influencing factors, each factor selected six levels. Experimental study on friction and wear of V-shaped texture with ring arrangement is finished by MMG-10 Multifunctional Friction and Wear Testing Machine, and the data of the experimental results are analyzed by using Matlab. The results show that there is a near linear relationship between the friction coefficient and the loading force and velocity. The relationship between the friction coefficient and the loading force and velocity can be expressed by a functional equation. The loading force has a greater influence on the friction coefficient than the speed. The SEM images of the post-test specimens show that the main weared zone of the V-shaped texture is the tip part. Create a single V-shaped texture model with Solidworks and use CFD to divide the mesh into the Fluent solution. According to the pressure distribution cloud diagram and the turbulence intensity cloud diagram, the stability of the oil film is improved due to the enhanced fluidity of the oil film and the small change in the oil pressure. The tip portion is also the region with a large turbulence intensity value. The improvement of the stability of the oil film is the key to reduce the friction coefficient of the V-shaped texture when the loading force increases.
Key words: V-shaped texture / friction and wear experiment / fluidity / oil lubrication
关键字 : V字型织构 / 摩擦磨损实验 / 流动性
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