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High Pressure Rheology for Quantitative Elastohydrodynamics. Edition No. 2

  • ID: 4720968
  • Book
  • April 2019
  • 388 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

High-Pressure Rheology for Quantitative Elastohydrodynamics, Second Edition, contains updated sections on scaling laws and thermal effects, including new sections on the importance of the pressure dependence of viscosity, the role of the localization limit of stress, and new material on the shear dependence of viscosity and temperature dependence viscosity. Since publication of the original edition, the experimental methods, the resulting property data and new correlations have resulted in a revolution in understanding of the mechanisms of film formation and the mechanical dissipation.

  • Describes lubricant rheology and dependence of lubricant viscosity and density on pressure and temperature
  • Provides a detailed description of the relationship of lubricant properties on pressure, temperature and shear stress
  • Includes data for many more liquids, including the recently characterized reference liquids

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1. An Introduction to Elastohydrodynamic Lubrication 2. An Introduction to the Rheology of Polymeric Liquids 3. General High-Pressure Experimental Technique 4. Compressibility and the Equation of State 5. The Pressure and Temperature Dependence of the Low-Shear Viscosity 6. Correlations for the Temperature and Pressure and Composition Dependence of Low-Shear Viscosity 7. Measurement Techniques for the Shear Dependence of Viscosity at Elevated Pressure 8. The Shear Dependence of Viscosity at Elevated Pressure 9. The Glass Transition and Related Transitions in Liquids under Pressure 10. Shear Localization, Slip and the Limiting Stress 11. The Reynolds Equation 12. Application to Elastohydrodynamic Film Thickness 13. Application to Elastohydrodynamic Friction 14. Conclusion

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Bair, Scott S.
Scott Bair received his Ph.D. in mechanical engineering and is currently a Principal Research Engineer and Director at the Center for High-Pressure Rheology at the Georgia Institute of Technology, USA. In 2009, he was the recipient of the International Award for the highest honor given by the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers. His main research areas are tribology, rheology, properties of liquids at high pressure, and machine design.
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