A Generic Friction Model for Radial Slider Bearing Simulation Considering Elastic and Plastic Deformation
AbstractThe investigation of component dynamics is one of the main tasks of internal combustion engine (ICE) simulation. This prediction is important in order to understand complex loading conditions, which happen in a running ICE. Due to the need for fuel saving, mechanical friction, in particular in radial slider bearings, is one important investigation target. A generic friction modeling approach for radial slider bearings, which can be applied to lubricated contact regimes, will be presented in this paper. Besides viscous friction, the approach considers in particular boundary friction. The parameterization of the friction model is done using surface material and surface roughness measurement data. Furthermore, fluid properties depending on the applied oil additives are being considered. The application of the model will be demonstrated for a typical engineering task of a connecting rod big end study to outline the effects of contact surface texture. AlSn-based and polymer coated bearing shells will be analyzed and compared with respect to friction reduction effects, running-in behavior and thermal load capabilities. View Full-Text
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Offner, G.; Knaus, O. A Generic Friction Model for Radial Slider Bearing Simulation Considering Elastic and Plastic Deformation. Lubricants 2015, 3, 522-538.
Offner G, Knaus O. A Generic Friction Model for Radial Slider Bearing Simulation Considering Elastic and Plastic Deformation. Lubricants. 2015; 3(3):522-538.Chicago/Turabian Style
Offner, Günter; Knaus, Oliver. 2015. "A Generic Friction Model for Radial Slider Bearing Simulation Considering Elastic and Plastic Deformation." Lubricants 3, no. 3: 522-538.