GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ME4193
TRIBOLOGICAL DESIGN
FALL 2012
PROBLEM SET 3
Due: Tuesday, 25 September
1. Suppose a 2.54 cm diameter steel ball is set spinning about the vertical axis at an
initial rate of 10 revolutions per second, while supported
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GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ME4193
TRIBOLOGICAL DESIGN
FALL 2012
PROBLEM SET 2
Due: Thursday 13 September
1.
For the attached simulated roughness profile, perform the following:
(a)
(b)
Identify each (3-point) peak and, for each peak, compute the appr
GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ME4193
TRIBOLOGICAL DESIGN
FALL 2012
PROBLEM SET 1
Due: Tuesday 4 September
1.
Consider the attached file, which contains the DFT amplitudes and phases of a
surface roughness profile as a function of the frequency number. T
GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ME4193
TRIBOLOGICAL DESIGN
FALL 2012
PROBLEM SET 5
Due: Thursday, 25 October
1.
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GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ME4193
TRIBOLOGICAL DESIGN
FALL 2012
PROBLEM SET 4
Due: Tuesday, 2 October
*SOLUTIONS*
1. Estimate the factor C in the wear equation ( V CWL ) for a typical pad-rotor
interface of a vehicles front disc brakes. The following
GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
ME4193
TRIBOLOGICAL DESIGN
FALL 2012
PROBLEM SET 4
Due: Tuesday, 2 October
1. Estimate the factor C in the wear equation ( V CWL ) for a typical pad-rotor
interface of a vehicles front disc brakes. The following assumptions