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Tribology in Machine Design.

Author: T A Stolarski
Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 1990.
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Tribology in Machine Design aims to promote a better appreciation of the increasingly important role played by tribology at the design stage in engineering. This book shows how algorithms developed from the basic principles of tribology can be used in a range of practical applications. The concept of tribodesign is introduced in Chapter 1. Chapter 2 is devoted to a brief discussion of the basic principles of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Stolarski, T.A.
Tribology in Machine Design.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©1990
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: T A Stolarski
ISBN: 9781483144566 1483144569
OCLC Number: 894791064
Notes: 7.2. Analysis of friction in rolling-contact bearings.
Description: 1 online resource (311 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Tribology in Machine Design; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1. Introduction to the concept of tribodesign; 1.1. Specific principles of tribodesign; 1.2. Tribological problems in machine design; Chapter 2. Basic principles of tribology; 2.1. Origins of sliding friction; 2.2 Contact between bodies in relative motion; 2.3 Friction due to adhesion; 2.4. Friction due to ploughing; 2.5. Friction due to deformation; 2.6 Energy dissipation during friction; 2.7 Friction under complex motion conditions; 2.8. Types of wear and their mechanisms. 2.9. Sliding contact between surface asperities2.10. The probability of surface asperity contact; 2.11. Wear in lubricated contacts; 2.12 Relation between fracture mechanics and wear; 2.13. Film lubrication; References; Chapter 3. Elements of contact mechanics; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Concentrated and distributed forces on plane surfaces; 3.3. Contact between two elastic bodies in the form of spheres; 3.4. Contact between cylinders and between bodies of general shape; 3.5. Failures of contacting surfaces; 3.6. Design values and procedures; 3.7. Thermal effects in surface contacts. 3.8. Contact between rough surfaces3.9. Representation of machine element contacts; References; Chapter 4. Friction, lubrication and wear in lower kinematic pairs; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. The concept of friction angle; 4.3. Friction in screws with a square thread; 4.4. Friction in screws with a triangular thread; 4.5. Plate clutch --
mechanism of operation; 4.6. Cone clutch --
mechanism of operation; 4.7. Rim clutch --
mechanism of operation; 4.8. Centrifugal clutch --
mechanism of operation; 4.9. Boundary lubricated sliding bearings; 4.10. Drives utilizing friction force. 4.11. Frictional aspects of brake design4.12. The role of friction in the propulsion and the braking of vehicles; 4.13. Tractive resistance; 4.14. Pneumatic tyres; 4.15. Tribodesign aspects of mechanical seals; References; Chapter 5. Sliding-element bearings; 5.1. Derivation of the Reynolds equation; 5.2. Hydrostatic bearings; 5.3. Squeeze-film lubrication bearings; 5.4. Thrust bearings; 5.5. Journal bearings; 5.6. Journal bearings for specialized applications; 5.7. Gas bearings; 5.8. Dynamically loaded journal bearings; 5.9. Modern developments in journal bearing design. 5.10. Selection and design of thrust bearings5.11. Self-lubricating bearings; References; Chapter 6. Friction, lubrication and wear in higher kinematic pairs; 6.1. Introduction; 6.2. Loads acting on contact area; 6.3. Traction in the contact zone; 6.4. Hysteresis losses; 6.5. Rolling friction; 6.6. Lubrication of cylinders; 6.7. Analysis of line contact lubrication; 6.8. Heating at the inlet to the contact; 6.9. Analysis of point contact lubrication; 6.10. Cam-follower system; References; Chapter 7. Rolling-contact bearings; 7.1. Introduction.

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Tribology in Machine Design aims to promote a better appreciation of the increasingly important role played by tribology at the design stage in engineering. This book shows how algorithms developed from the basic principles of tribology can be used in a range of practical applications. The concept of tribodesign is introduced in Chapter 1. Chapter 2 is devoted to a brief discussion of the basic principles of tribology, including some concepts and models of lubricated wear and friction under complex kinematic conditions. Elements of contact mechanics, presented in Chapter 3, are confined to the.

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