State of the Art Review on Theoretical Tribology of Fluid Power Displacement Machines

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Abstract

Over the past 20 years an increasing focus on efficiency and reliability in fluid power displacement machines has provided an incentive to study loss and wear mechanisms. One example is the hydrostatic fluid power transmission systems for wind and wave energy applications. The loss and wear mechanisms are mainly attributed to the tribological interfaces in fluid power machines. Consequently, optimization of efficiency and reliability of fluid power machines imply considerations of tribological interface design. The majority of the work done by researchers and engineers on the study of loss and wear mechanisms in the lubricating gaps in fluid power machines is confined to simulation models, as experimental treatments of these mechanisms are very difficult. The aim of this paper is a state of the art review on the theoretical work for the design and optimization of fluid power displacement machines, and also the work done to validate the theoretical models. This review is not a complete historical account, but aim to describe current trends in fluid power displacement machine tribology. The review considers the rheological models used in the theoretical approaches, the modeling of elastohydrodynamic effects, the modeling of thermal effects, and finally the experimental validation of the theoretical models.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 9th FPNI PhD Symposium on Fluid Power, 2016
Number of pages10
PublisherAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers
Publication dateOct 2016
Article numberFPNI2016-1539
ISBN (Print)978-0-7918-5047-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2016
Event9th FPNI Ph.D. Symposium on Fluid Power - Florianópolis, Brazil
Duration: 26 Oct 201628 Oct 2016

Conference

Conference9th FPNI Ph.D. Symposium on Fluid Power
CountryBrazil
CityFlorianópolis
Period26/10/201628/10/2016
SponsorFederal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC), Fluid Power Net International (FPNI)

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Tribology
Fluids
Wear of materials
Elastohydrodynamics
Power transmission
Thermal effects
Engineers

Keywords

  • Tribology
  • Fluids
  • Machinery
  • Displacement

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Cerimagic, R., Johansen, P., Andersen, T. O., & Pedersen, H. C. (2016). State of the Art Review on Theoretical Tribology of Fluid Power Displacement Machines. In Proceedings of the 9th FPNI PhD Symposium on Fluid Power, 2016 [FPNI2016-1539] American Society of Mechanical Engineers. https://doi.org/10.1115/FPNI2016-1539
Cerimagic, Remzija ; Johansen, Per ; Andersen, Torben O. ; Pedersen, Henrik Clemmensen. / State of the Art Review on Theoretical Tribology of Fluid Power Displacement Machines. Proceedings of the 9th FPNI PhD Symposium on Fluid Power, 2016. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2016.
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Cerimagic, R, Johansen, P, Andersen, TO & Pedersen, HC 2016, State of the Art Review on Theoretical Tribology of Fluid Power Displacement Machines. in Proceedings of the 9th FPNI PhD Symposium on Fluid Power, 2016., FPNI2016-1539, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 9th FPNI Ph.D. Symposium on Fluid Power, Florianópolis, Brazil, 26/10/2016. https://doi.org/10.1115/FPNI2016-1539

State of the Art Review on Theoretical Tribology of Fluid Power Displacement Machines. / Cerimagic, Remzija; Johansen, Per; Andersen, Torben O.; Pedersen, Henrik Clemmensen.

Proceedings of the 9th FPNI PhD Symposium on Fluid Power, 2016. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2016. FPNI2016-1539.

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Cerimagic R, Johansen P, Andersen TO, Pedersen HC. State of the Art Review on Theoretical Tribology of Fluid Power Displacement Machines. In Proceedings of the 9th FPNI PhD Symposium on Fluid Power, 2016. American Society of Mechanical Engineers. 2016. FPNI2016-1539 https://doi.org/10.1115/FPNI2016-1539