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Journal of Porous Media
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Journal of Porous Media

DOI: 10.1615/JPorMedia.v12.i9.10
pages 821-833

Roughness Effect on Squeeze Film Characteristics of Porous Circular Plates Lubricated with Couple Stress Fluid

Nagendrappa Bujurke
Karnatak University
D. P. Basti
Department of Mathematics, SDM College of Engineering & Technology, Dharwad-580 002, India
Ramesh B. Kudenatti
Department of Mathematics, Bangalore University, Central College Campus, Bangalore-560001, India

ABSTRAKT

This paper describes the combined effect of surface roughness and couple stress fluid on the performance characteristics of squeeze film lubrication between two circular plates. Using microcontinuum theory for the couple stress fluid and the Christensen stochastic model for the surface roughness, the modified Reynolds equation is derived by assuming the roughness asperity heights to be small compared to the film thickness. An eigenvalue problem involving Bessel functions enables analysis of the Reynolds equation. The expressions for mean pressure, load-carrying capacity, and squeeze film time are obtained for various probability distribution functions (pseudo normal, rectangular, and inverse square root distributions) that characterize the roughness of the lubricating surfaces. The influence of roughness and couple stress on bearing characteristics is presented in terms of the relative percentage in load for all these roughness patterns.


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