HW _8 Journal bearing and Lubrication

HW _8 Journal bearing and Lubrication - The value of...

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ME350 HW #8 Journal bearings Due: Apr 9 (Fri) 3 pm 1. An internal combustion engine has high wear at the top dead center (TDC) position of the piston rings and cylinder liner contact region. Explain why? In comparison, do you expect the liner wear at bottom dead center (BDC) to be more significant than that in the TDC? Is the wear at BDC important? Why and why not? 2. Camshaft journal bearing. List and explain three possible causes for the excess wear of the diesel engine camshaft journal. 3. Effect of viscosity or type of engine oil on the performance of the journal bearing
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Unformatted text preview: The value of viscosity (4 reyn ) in Example 12-1 matches to the viscosity of 20W-50 at 175 deg F. Under the same temperature and condition in Example 12-1, find the viscosity for 10W-30 and 10W (using the viscosity chart in Fig. 12-14). Based on the viscosity values, find h o , e , f , T , ( hp ) loss , Q , Q s , and p max . Plot the value of h o , e , f , T , ( hp ) loss , Q , Q s , and p max vs. viscosity for three types of engine oil 20W-50, 10W-30, and 10W....
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