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Polish Maritime Research

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Experimental research on effectiveness of the magnetic fluid seals for rotary shafts working in water

Autorzy Szydło, Z.  Matuszewski, L. 
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Języki publikacji EN
EN This paper presents course of research on ferro-fluidal seals used in water. The tests were carried out for a hydrophobic magnetic fluid and specially selected profiles of sealing lips at various linear velocities in sealing unit. Though the tests were preliminary their results showed that the research on application of magnetic fluids to seals working in liquid environment should be continued. From the point of view of development of ring drives the most important advantage of ferro-fluidal seals is their smallest drag as compared with seals of other types.
Słowa kluczowe
EN propulsion systems operating in water   magnetic fluids   tightness   seals  
Wydawca Gdańsk University of Technology, Faculty of Ocean Engineering & Ship Technology
Czasopismo Polish Maritime Research
Rocznik 2007
Tom nr 4
Strony 53--58
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 4 poz., rys., tab.
autor Szydło, Z.
autor Matuszewski, L.
  • Faculty of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology Gdansk University of Technology Narutowicza 11/12 80-952 Gdansk, POLAND,
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3. Z. Szydło, L. Matuszewski: Ring driving unit – preliminary investigations on optimization of ferro-fluidal seals and drives (in Polish).
4. W. Ochoński, Z. Szydlo, B. Zachara: Experimental study of frictional characteristics of magnetic fluid shaft seals, Proc. Int. Tribology Conf., Nagasaki, Japan (2000)
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