TypeConference
TitleAnalysis of sliding contact temperature for roughness surface
SourceMITC2015-pp 275-277
AuthorS.Y. Chern, J.H. Horng, H.J. Tsai, C.H. Tsai

Abstract

In this work, the Finite Element Method (FEM) is used to analysis contact temperature of multiply asperity sliding contact surface. The following parameters are included: pressure, roughness, sliding speed, friction coefficient, and thermal conductivity. Analysis results show that pressure and thermal conductivity play the most important role on affecting maximum temperature rise parameter. In addition, regression equations are used to study the effect of study parameters on the contact temperature for roughness surface. The effects of contact pressure and thermal conductivity on the contact temperature increases as the Peclet number increases. 


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MITC2015-pp 275-277