mgr inż. Tomasz Żochowski
- Assistant at Department of Machine Design and Vehicles
- badania eksperymentalne
- hydrodynamic bearing, oil groove, bearing clearance, shaft, beveling of the shaft, computer simulation
- hydrodynamic bearing, water lubrication, computer simulation, modernization, guaiacum wood, historic object.
- lozyska hydrodynamiczne
- modyfikacja powierzchni
- panewka cienkoscienna, zacisk w gniezdzie, stanowisko badawcze, badania doswiadczalne, symulacje komputerowe mes
The aim of this study was to analyse the performance of journal bearings with specially created dimples on the sliding surface and operating under various conditions. The texture was created on the bearing surface that co-acted with the smooth journal; moreover, the variation of the textured surface of the journal mating with the smooth bearing was tested, and the results were compared to those obtained with the standard smooth...
THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF THIN-WALLED BEARING SHELL’S DESIGN PARAMETERS AND ASSEMBLY CONDITIONS ON THE HOLDING TORQUE INSIDE A HOUSING BORE OF A CONNECTING ROD
The aim of the work was the experimental and theoretical evaluation of the inﬂuence of the most important parameters determining the holding torque of a thin-walled bearing shell inside a housing bore of a connecting rod. The main investigated parameters were defned by authors experience in this feld. In the frst stage of research, a special test stand was designed in order to allow measuring the real values of the friction torque...
ANALYSIS OF BEARING CLEARANCE AND WIDTH OF OIL GROOVE ON CHARACTERISTIC OF FLUID FILM IN HYDRODYNAMIC MAIN CRANKSHAFT BEARINGS
Abstract Paper represents analysis of influence of oil groove width and bearing clearance on characteristics of oil film in hydrodynamic journal main crankshaft bearing. Analysis was performed in purpose to define influence of bearing clearance and dimensions of oil groove on static characteristics and manufacturability of half shelf bearings in industrial high-volume production. Computer simulations was made using ARTbear program...
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