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Friction forces and friction coefficient in slide parabolic micro-bearing with consideration of the adhesion force

Autorzy Miszczyk, Miszczak, A.  Czaban, A. 
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EN Micro-bearings have many applications in computer devices, such as CPU fans or hard disc drives. So far, rolling bearings and slide bearings have been used,for example micro-bearing with smooth Journal and sleeve surface, which is known as FDB - Fluid Dynamic Bearing. Actually, latter versions of micro-bearings are being launched to the market: Ex-FDB - Extra Fluid Dynamic Bearing. This type of bearings was fabricated by putting some micro-grooves filled with oil on its interna! surfaces. Ex-FDB's are characterized by reduced level of generated noise and guarantee long failure-free fan life, reaching 120 000 hours. In this paper we present our numerical calculations of the friction force and the friction coefficient in the parabolic micro-bearing. Micro-bearing gap height is very low, often less then l micrometer, therefore capillarity and adhesion forces cause an increase of oil viscosity near the Journal and sleeve surfaces. Due to this fact a value of hydrodynamic pressure in micro-bearing gap also increases, what results in observed changes of capacity, friction forces and friction coefficient values. The influence of adhesion and capillarity on friction force and friction coefficient of oil in micro-bearing hasn't been considered from analytical point of view so far. This paper presents numerical results of computed values of friction forces and friction coefficient for parabolic micro-bearing in comparison to values for classical parabolic bearing.
Słowa kluczowe
EN adsorption   adhesion   capillary forces   micro-bearing lubrication  
Wydawca Institute of Aviation
Czasopismo Journal of KONES
Rocznik 2010
Tom Vol. 17, No. 3
Strony 293--299
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 12 poz., rys.
autor Miszczyk, Miszczak, A.
autor Czaban, A.
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