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Author Khonsari, Michael M., author

Title Applied tribology : bearing design and lubrication / Michael Khonsari, Earl Richard Booser
Edition Third edition
Published Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons Inc., [2017]
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Contents Applied Tribology; Contents; Series Preface; Preface: Third Edition; Preface: Second Edition; About the Companion Website; Part I General Considerations; 1 Tribology -- Friction, Wear, and Lubrication; 1.1 History of Tribology; Friction; Wear; Bearing Materials; Lubricants; Fluid-Film Bearings; Rolling Element Bearings; Nanotribology and Surface Effects; 1.2 Tribology Principles; Dry Sliding; Fluid-Film Lubrication; Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication (EHL); Boundary Lubrication; 1.3 Principles for Selection of Bearing Types; Mechanical Requirements; Environmental Conditions; Economics
1.4 Modernization of Existing Applications1.5 A Look Ahead; Dry and Semilubricated Bearings; Ball and Roller Bearings; Fluid-Film Bearings; References; 2 Lubricants and Lubrication; 2.1 Mineral Oils; 2.2 Synthetic Oils; 2.3 Viscosity; Viscosity Classifications; Viscosity-Temperature Relations; Viscosity-Pressure Relations; EHL Pressure-Viscosity Coefficients; 2.4 Free Volume Viscosity Model; 2.5 Density and Compressibility; 2.6 Thermal Properties; 2.7 Non-Newtonian Lubricants; Viscoelastic Effect; 2.8 Oil Life; 2.9 Greases; Oils in Greases; Thickeners; Mechanical Properties
2.10 Solid Lubricants2.11 Lubricant Supply Methods; Self-Contained Units; Circulating Oil Systems; Centralized Lubrication Systems; References; 3 Surface Texture, Interaction of Surfaces and Wear; 3.1 Geometric Characterization of Surfaces; 3.2 Surface Parameters; Amplitude Parameters; Spacing and Shape Parameters; Hybrid Parameters; 3.3 Measurement of Surface Texture; Contacting Methods; Noncontacting Methods; 3.4 Measurement of Surface Flatness; 3.5 Statistical Descriptions; 3.6 Surface Texture Symbols; 3.7 Contact Between Surfaces
Micro-Contact Considerations: Deformation of Single AsperityContact of a Rough Flat Surface and a Smooth Flat Surface (Greenwood and Williamson-Based Models); Contact of Two Rough Surfaces; Relationship Between Surface Features and GW Parameters; The Asperity Plasticity Index; Contact of Curved Surfaces; 3.8 Temperature Rise in Sliding Surfaces; 3.9 Lubrication Regime Relation to Surface Roughness; 3.10 Friction; 3.11 Wear; Adhesive Wear; Prediction of Adhesive Wear; Derivation and Interpretation of Archards Adhesive Wear Equation; Physical Meaning of the Wear Coefficient in Adhesive Wear
The Fatigue Theory of Adhesive WearInterpretation of Wear Coefficient by Fatigue Analysis; The Delamination Theory of Wear; Interpretation of the Wear Coefficient by the Delamination Theory; Abrasive Wear; Abrasive Wear Rate and Abrasive Wear Coefficient; Corrosive Wear; Surface Fatigue, Brittle Fracture, Impact, Erosion; Thermodynamics of Wear; Classification of Wear, Failure, and Wear Maps; Dry Bearing Wear Life; Lubricated Wear; General Progression of Wear; Effect of Load and Speed in Bearings; Means of Wear Reduction; References; 4 Bearing Materials
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Bearings (Machinery) -- Design and construction.
Form Electronic book
Author Booser, E. Richard, author
LC no. 2017000217
ISBN 1118700252 (electronic bk.)
9781118700259 (electronic bk.)