Totten GE, Wedeven LD, Anderson M, Dickey JR
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STP 1404 addresses various aspects of bench test selections and limitations, along with lubrication and wear simulations. Bench tests are commonly used to evaluate the lubrication and wear properties of industrial fluids when used in various types of machinery. They are often used without any validation of the lubrication and wear properties obtained in the machinery being modeled -- this has been a long-standing problem in the lubricants industry. This book attempts to address this problem.
23 peer-reviewed papers cover:
Problems of Bench Testing--discusses various difficulties associated with bench test selection, particularly as the test results correlate with equipment lubrication. Some suggestions to address equipment lubrication correlation problems are: selection of appropriate test conditions, development of custom-made test equipment, and use of lubrication and wear simulations to identify appropriate test conditions.
Bench Tests and Test Development--examines proper design considerations and model validations to successfully apply bench tests in lubrication and wear analysis.
Analysis--addresses a wide range of methodologies for evaluation of bench test results. These include examination of experimental test parameters, detection of boundary and EHD lubrication transitions, wear mode identification by debris analysis, and the utility of tribological aspect numbers.
Modeling and Simulation--outlines the value and necessity of experimental simulation of tribological performance to properly evaluate machinery lubrication and wear problems.
On The Reasons That Make Bench Tests Unrealiable
Mizuhara K., Tomimoto M.
Limitations of Bench Testing for Gear Lubricants
Doleschel A., Hoehn B., Michaelis K.
Use of Bench Tests to Evaluate Water-Glycol Hydraulic Fluid Lubrication
Bishop R., Totten G., Xie L.
The Luleå Ball and Disc Apparatus
Eriksson E., Jonsson U., Larsson R., Lord J., Marklund O., Uusitalo &.
A Spiral Orbit Rolling Contact Tribometer
Kingsbury E., Pepper S.
M-ROCLE Diesel and Biodiesel Fuel Lubricity Bench Test
Hertz P., Munson J.
Assessment of the Tribological Function of Lubricants for Sheet Metal Forming
Filzek J., Groche P.
Determination of Gear and Bearing Material Scuffing Limits Using High-Speed Disk Machines
Alanou M., Evans H., Snidle R.
Testing Extreme Pressure and Anti-Wear Performance of Crankcase and Gearbox Lubricants
Alliston-Greiner A., Plint A., Plint M.
Aircraft Hydraulic Pump Tests with Advanced Fire-Resistant Hydraulic Fluids
Gschwender L., Sharma S., Snyder C.
A New Device for Traction Measurement on Ice
Cook M., Crisenberry R., Liang H., Xiao J.
Identification of Boundary Friction Coefficient Under Mixed Lubrication in Block-on-Ring Friction Tester with Aid of Partial EHL Analysis
Kyogoku K., Momozono S., Nakahara T., Tanaka S.
Bench Test Determinations of Wear Modes to Classify Morphological Attributes of Wear Debris
Barraclough T., Roylance B., Sperring T.
Evaluation of Fretting Wear Under Oscillating Normal Force
Celis J., Huq M.
Corrosive Wear Testing of Metals in Seawater
Kawazoe T., Ura A.
Simulation of Tribological Performance of Coatings for Automotive Piston Ring and Timing Chain in Bench Testing
Gao C., Gitis N., Nguyen N., Vinogradov M.
Paper ID: STP1404-EB