Two-component mixed friction model for a lubricated line contact
A two-component, two-dimensional friction model for a lubricated line contact, operating in boundary and mixed lubrication regimes, is developed. The friction is explicitly decomposed into the solid and the fluid shear components. The solid component is due to the asperity interactions and the fluid shear arises from the lubricant present at the interface. The friction model includes the sliding velocity, the instantaneous separation of the sliding bodies, normal to the sliding direction, the normal load and fluid properties. The model is based on unsteady friction experiments carried out under constant normal loads and time-varying sliding velocities. The model is applied to quasi-steady sliding, unsteady continuous and intermittent sliding, including sticking and momentary reversals of motion. In each case it becomes possible to track the instantaneous fluid shear and solid friction components.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (Paper)
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Polycarpou, A. A., & Soom, A.
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