Chapter1_figures - (Raimondi and Boyd Figure 12-19 Chart for flow variable Note Not for pressure-fed bearings(Raimondi and Boyd Figure 12-20 Chart

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Figures for Chapter 1 (from "Mechanical Engineering Design, by Shigley et. al") Figure 12-12 : Viscosity-temperature chart in US customary units (Raimondi and Boyd.)
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Figure 12-13 : Viscosity-temperature chart in SI units. (adapted from Figure 12-12)
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Figure 12-14 : Chart for multiviscosity lubricants. This chart was derived from known viscosities at two points, 100 and 210 °F, and the results are believed to be correct for other temperatures.
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Figure 12-15 : Polar diagram of the film-pressure distribution showing the notation used. (Raimondi and Boyd.)
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Figure 12-16 : Chart for minimum film-thickness variable and eccentricity ratio. The left boundary of the zone defines the optimal h 0 for minimum friction; the right boundary is optimum h 0 for load. (Raimondi and Boyd.) Figure 12-17 : Chart for determining the position of the minimum film thickness, h 0 . (Raimondi and Boyd.)
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Figure 12-18 : Chart for coefficient-of-friction variable; note that Petroff’s equation is the asymptote.
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Unformatted text preview: (Raimondi and Boyd.) Figure 12-19 : Chart for flow variable. Note : Not for pressure-fed bearings. (Raimondi and Boyd.) Figure 12-20 : Chart for determining the ratio of side flow to total flow. (Raimondi and Boyd.) Figure 12-21 : Chart for determining the maximum film pressure. Note : Not for pressure-fed bearings. (Raimondi and Boyd.) Figure 12-22 : Chart for finding the terminating position of the lubricant film and the position of maximum film pressure. (Raimondi and Boyd.) Figure 12-24 : Figures 12-18, 12-19, and 12-20 combined to reduce iterative table look-up. (Source: Chart based work of Raimondi and Boyd boundary condition (2), i.e., no negative lubricant pressure developed. Chart is for full journal bearing using single lubricant pass, side flow emerges with temperature rise T/2, through flow emerges with temperature rise T, and entire flow is supplied at datum sump temperature.)...
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2011 for the course EML 2005 taught by Professor Arakere during the Spring '05 term at University of Florida.

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Chapter1_figures - (Raimondi and Boyd Figure 12-19 Chart for flow variable Note Not for pressure-fed bearings(Raimondi and Boyd Figure 12-20 Chart

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