Effect of geometry on hydrodynamic film thickness
David E. Brewe, Bernard J. Hamrock, Christopher M. Taylor, Lewis Research Center, University of Leeds, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, 1978 - Science - 33 pages
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20 percent greater additional geometry effect average surface velocity ball-on-plate configuration boundary requirements cavitation boundary center of contact central film thickness conforming groove conjunction fully Contact geometry CONTINUE WRITE contours Dalmaz ref determined numerically DIMENSION dimensionless central minimum dimensionless coordinate dimensionless film thickness dimensionless load dimensionless speed DYNAMIC LIFT EFFECT OF GEOMETRY effective radius eld boundary conditions erf eld boundary exponent film-thickness effect FORMAT 1H fully flooded condition half-Somm erf eld Hmin hydrodynamic effects inlet condition integration domain Isobar Kapitza's analysis KMAX Lewis Research Center loss in load lubricant i. e. minimum film thickness NHOLD=N nodal structure pressure distribution pressure peak radius of curvature range of Hq/WG ratio of dimensionless reduced hydrodynamic lift Reynolds boundary conditions rigid solids rolling direction shown in figure Sommerfeld boundary conditions speed to dimensionless thickness was varied three radius ratios viscosity