Effect of lubricating greases on rubber-metal sliding friction at high temperatures
- 64 Downloads
The effect of sliding velocity and temperature on the lubricating action of greases has been investigated under constant and variable temperature conditions. The most important factor is the friction temperature. Two different temperature regions, separated by a change in the type of friction, have been detected. A method has been developed for evaluating the lubricating effect of greases.
KeywordsVariable Temperature Temperature Region Grease Friction Temperature Variable Temperature Condition
Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.
- 1.S. L. Rybalov, in: Theory of Friction and Wear [in Russian], Moscow, 1965.Google Scholar
- 2.Hydrodynamic Theory of Lubrication. Collection of Classical Works [in Russian], GTTI, 1934.Google Scholar
- 3.I. V. Kragel'skii, Friction and Wear [in Russian], Mashgiz, 1962.Google Scholar
- 4.G. V. Vinogradov and Yu. Ya. Podol'skii, "High-speed friction machine for investigating greases and plastics," Vol. 8, No. II-60-51/8, TsNITEI, 1960Google Scholar
- 5.R. M. Matveevskii, Temperature Method of Evaluating the Maximum Lubricating Capacity of Machine Oils [in Russian], Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1956.Google Scholar
- 6.G. M. Bartenev, A. I. El'kin, E. B. Gridunova, and M. V. Voevodskaya, in: Theory of Lubrication and New Materials [in Russian], Moscow, 1965.Google Scholar
- 7.Lubricants. Soviet standard GOST-54. Method of Determining the Viscosity of Greases [in Russian], Standartgiz, Moscow, 1962.Google Scholar
- 8.D. S. Belikovskii, V. N. Poddubnyi, V. V. Vainshtok, and B. D. Gotovkin, Greases [in Russian], Moscow, 1966.Google Scholar
- 9.I. V. Kragel'skii and S. L. Rybalov, DAN,164, 5, 1965.Google Scholar