Influence of temperature on the dynamics of formation of granic sleeps and connected elevation dynamics in sliding conditions
Keywords:lubricating layer, wear, oil, temperature, adsorption layer, viscosity, friction coefficient
The running-in process is accompanied by a change in microgeometry, as a result of which some constant roughness is established, which is characteristic of given friction conditions, and the physical and mechanical properties of the surface layers also change, since plastic deformations usually predominate in the contact.
The thickness of the surface layers that have undergone changes during external friction depends on the stress state in the zones of their actual contact and heating during friction. The stress state in the zone of actual contact of the bodies is characterized by indentation or crushing of surface microroughnesses, as well as by elastic or plastic states of the latter. Surface heating during friction depends on the thermophysical properties of the contacting bodies and the friction mode. An increase in the temperature of the surface layers causes not only their softening, but also greatly increases the rate of physical and chemical processes in them. This leads to saturation of the surface layers with environmental gas molecules, oxidizing slicks, and also to an increase in the concentration of defects in these layers
Fuels, lubricants, technical liquids. Assortment and application: Reference ed. / K.M. Badyshova, Ya.A. Bershtadt, M.K. Bogdanov and others - M .: Chemistry, 1989. - 432 p.
Technological bases for ensuring the quality of machines / ed. K.S. Kolesnikova - M .: Mashinostroenie, 1990. - 256 p.
L.V. Makarova, N.K. Myshkin, V.M. Makarenko, M.S. Semenyuk and others “Integral detector for monitoring the state of the lubricant of tribocouples” Friction and wear, Gomel, volume 29 No. 4, pp.29 -43.
Kanarchuk E.A., Kanarchuk V.E. Influence of operating modes on the wear of internal combustion engines. Kyiv, "Naukova Dumka", 1970, 312p.
Fundamentals of tribology (wear, friction, lubrication) / under. ed. A.V. Chichinadze. – M.: Mashinostroenie, 2001. – 663 p.
Wenzel S.V. The use of lubricating oils in internal combustion engines, 1979, M, 240p.
Wenzel E.S. Improving the operational properties of oils and fuels: monograph. - Kharkov, KHNADU, 2010. - 224p.