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    Relating Solid Contaminant Particle Size Distribution to Flow Degradation in Hydraulic Pumps

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    Power hydraulic pump wear is difficult to quantify. Measuring the actual material lost due to wear is impossible in a practical sense. An available simulated procedure is the contaminated sensitivity performance test which measures flow degradation with increasing amounts of contamination in the fluid. It is shown that wear can be related to flow degradation and knowing the mass of contamination causing wear, models for pump wear can be explored. An approach to calculating damaging contaminant mass from particle size distribution is given.


    Hydraulic Pumps, Contamination, Wear

    Author Information:

    Frith, RH
    Chief Engineer, Pinnacle Engineering Pty Ltd, Qld,

    Scott, W
    Professor of Tribology, Tribology Research Concentration, School of Mechanical, Manufacturing and Medical Engineering, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld

    Committee/Subcommittee: D02.N0

    DOI: 10.1520/STP11851S