Experimental wear evaluation of starved oil-lubricated heavily loaded, oscillating journal bearings

Henrik Strand, Staffan Johansson, Peter Andersson, Anders Pettersson

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    Wear of starved oil-lubricated heavily loaded, oscillating journal bearings, which operates at low sliding speed and under dynamic load, was studied. These bearings were normally intermittently lubricated by grease or oil. No distinct difference in wear rate could be discerned between the CuSn12 reference and CuSn8Ni15 sample bushings. Since the oil flow and pressure were low, most of the oil escaped from the contact, resulting in metal-to-metal contact between pin and bushing, and yielding initial adhesive wear that quickly evolved into abrasive wear. Due to the relative high surface roughness and hardness of the pin, the system did not perform well as bearing.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of World Tribology Congress 2009
    PublisherJapanese Society of Tribologists
    Pages104
    ISBN (Print)978-4-9900139-9-8
    Publication statusPublished - 2009
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event4th World Tribology Congress 2009 - Kyoto, Japan
    Duration: 6 Sep 200911 Sep 2009

    Conference

    Conference4th World Tribology Congress 2009
    CountryJapan
    CityKyoto
    Period6/09/0911/09/09

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    Journal bearings
    Bearings (structural)
    Wear of materials
    Bushings
    Lubricating greases
    Dynamic loads
    Metals
    Abrasion
    Adhesives
    Surface roughness
    Hardness
    Oils

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    Strand, H., Johansson, S., Andersson, P., & Pettersson, A. (2009). Experimental wear evaluation of starved oil-lubricated heavily loaded, oscillating journal bearings. In Proceedings of World Tribology Congress 2009 (pp. 104). [F-135] Japanese Society of Tribologists.
    Strand, Henrik ; Johansson, Staffan ; Andersson, Peter ; Pettersson, Anders. / Experimental wear evaluation of starved oil-lubricated heavily loaded, oscillating journal bearings. Proceedings of World Tribology Congress 2009. Japanese Society of Tribologists, 2009. pp. 104
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    Strand, H, Johansson, S, Andersson, P & Pettersson, A 2009, Experimental wear evaluation of starved oil-lubricated heavily loaded, oscillating journal bearings. in Proceedings of World Tribology Congress 2009., F-135, Japanese Society of Tribologists, pp. 104, 4th World Tribology Congress 2009, Kyoto, Japan, 6/09/09.

    Experimental wear evaluation of starved oil-lubricated heavily loaded, oscillating journal bearings. / Strand, Henrik; Johansson, Staffan; Andersson, Peter; Pettersson, Anders.

    Proceedings of World Tribology Congress 2009. Japanese Society of Tribologists, 2009. p. 104 F-135.

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    Strand H, Johansson S, Andersson P, Pettersson A. Experimental wear evaluation of starved oil-lubricated heavily loaded, oscillating journal bearings. In Proceedings of World Tribology Congress 2009. Japanese Society of Tribologists. 2009. p. 104. F-135