An overview of geometrical parameters of surface texturing for piston/cylinder assembly and mechanical seals
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- Journal Article
- Meccanica, 2016, 51, (1), pp. 9-23
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Surface texturing has been effectively used to improve tribological performance of sliding surfaces. Reduction in friction, increase in hydrodynamic load carrying capacity, reduction in wear and increase in fluid film stiffness are few examples of the benefits that can be obtained by surface texturing. In order to obtain these benefits, several researchers have investigated the effects of surface texturing geometrical parameters on the performance of different applications. If these geometrical parameters are not optimized for each application, they may have detrimental effects on their performance. These geometrical parameters in case of micro dimples include depth, diameter, depth to diameter ratio, shape and density of dimples. In this paper, the author reviews the effects of these geometrical parameters on the performance of two applications piston ring/cylinder assembly and mechanical seals.
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