logging in or signing up MECHANISM OF THICK LIQUID AND THIN LIQUID LUBRICATION 1 aSGuest123188 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 1080 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: January 02, 2012 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript MECHANISM OF THICK LIQUID AND THIN LIQUID LUBRICATION: MECHANISM OF THICK LIQUID AND THIN LIQUID LUBRICATION M.N.SIRI 1 st yr(1 st sem ) CSE-E3 ROLL-NO:-11311A05D9 SNIST 1CONTENTS-: CONTENTS- DEFINITION. CLASSIFICATION. PURPOSE. MECHANISM OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF LUBRICATION. THANK YOU. 2LUBRICATION-: LUBRICATION- Definition- Some times referred to as “lube”- is a substance( often a liquid) introduced between two moving surfaces to reduce friction between them, improving efficiency and reducing wear. Classification of lubricants- Animal origin Vegetable origin. Mineral origin. Synthetic origin. 3PURPOSE OR FUNCTION OF A LUBRICANT-: PURPOSE OR FUNCTION OF A LUBRICANT- Keep moving parts apart. Reduce friction. Transfer heat. Carry away contaminants and debris. Transmit power. Protect against wear. Prevent corrosion. Seal for gases. 4MECHANISM OF LUBRICATION-: MECHANISM OF LUBRICATION- Considering the nature of motion between moving or sliding surfaces, there are different types of mechanisms by which the lubrication is done. They are: Hydrodynamic lubrication or thick film lubrication. Hydrostatic lubrication. Boundary lubrication or thin film lubrication. Extreme pressure lubrication. 5PowerPoint Presentation: Hydrodynamic Lubrication or Thick Film Lubrication- Hydrodynamic lubrication is said to exist when the moving surfaces are separated by the pressure of a continuous unbroken film or layer of lubrication. In this type of lubrication, the load is taken completely by the oil film. The basis of hydrodynamic lubrication is the formation of an oil wedge. When the journal rotates, it creates an oil taper or wedge between the two surfaces, and the pressure build up with the oil film supports the load. Hydrodynamic lubrication depends on the relative speed between the surfaces, oil viscosity, load, and clearance between the moving or sliding surfaces. 6PowerPoint Presentation: In hydrodynamic lubrication the lube oil film thickness is greater than outlet, pressure at the inlet increases quickly, remains fairly steady having a maximum value a little to the outside of the bearing center line, and then decreases quickly to zero at the outlet.. Application of hydrodynamic lubrication- Delicate instruments. Light machines like watches, clocks, guns, sewing machines. Scientific instruments. Large plain bearings like pedestal bearings, main bearing of diesel engines. 7PowerPoint Presentation: Hydrocarbon oils are considered to be satisfactory lubrication for fluid film lubrication. In order to maintain the viscosity of the oil in all seasons of the year, ordinary hydrocarbon lubricants are blended with selected long chain polymers. 8PowerPoint Presentation: Hydrodynamic Lubrication- 9PowerPoint Presentation: Hydrostatic lubrication- Is essentially a form of hydrodynamic lubrication in which the metal surfaces are separated by a complete film of oil, but instead of being self-generated, the separating pressure is supplied by an external oil pump. Hydrostatic lubrication depends on the inlet pressure of lube oil and clearance between the metal surfaces, whereas in hydrodynamic lubrication it depends on the relative speed between the surfaces, oil viscosity, load on the surfaces, and clearance between the moving surfaces. 10PowerPoint Presentation: Example: the cross head pin bearing or gudgeon pin bearing in two stroke engines employs this hydrostatic lubrication mechanism. In the cross head bearing, the load is very high and the motion is not continuous as the bearing oscillation is fairly short. Thus hydrodynamic lubrication cannot be achieved. Under such conditions, hydrostatic lubrication offers the advantage. The oil is supplied under pressure at the bottom of bearing. The lube oil pump pressure is related to the load, bearing clearance, and thickness of the oil film required, but is usually in the order of 35-140 kg/cm 2 . 11PowerPoint Presentation: 12PowerPoint Presentation: Boundary Lubrication or Thin Film Lubrication- Boundary lubrication exists when the operating condition are such that it is not possible to establish a full fluid condition, particularly at low relative speeds between the moving or sliding surfaces. The oil film thickness may be reduced to such a degree that metal to metal contact occurs between the moving surfaces. The oil film thickness is so small that oiliness becomes predominant for boundary lubrication. Boundary lubrication happens when A shaft starts moving from rest. The speed is very low. 13PowerPoint Presentation: The load is very high. Viscosity of the lubricant is too low. Examples for boundary lubrication: Guide and guide shoe in two stroke engine. Lubrication of the journal bearing in diesel engines (mainly during starting and stopping of engine). Piston rings and when cylinder liner is at TDC and BDC position when the piston direction changes and if the relative speed is very slow. 14PowerPoint Presentation: Extreme Pressure Lubrication- When the moving or sliding surfaces are under very high pressure and speed, a high local temperature is attained. Under such condition, liquid lubricant fails to stick to the moving parts and may decompose and even vaporize. To meet this extreme pressure condition, special additives are added to the minerals oils. These are called “extreme pressure lubrication.” These additives form on the metal surfaces more durable films capable of withstanding high loads and high temperature. Additives are organic compounds like chlorine (as in chlorinated esters), sulphur (as in sulphurized oils), and phosphorus (as in tricresyl phosphate). 15PowerPoint Presentation: 16PowerPoint Presentation: THANK YOU 17 You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.