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2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (1) ◽  
pp. 37-45
Jimit Patel ◽  
G. M. Deheri ◽  

This paper deals with a theoretical analysis on the effect of viscosity variation on a ferrofluid based long bearing. The model of Tipei considering viscosity variation is deployed here. The magnetic fluid flow is governed by Neuringer-Rosensweig model. The pressure distribution is obtained after solving the associated Reynolds type equation, which gives the load carrying capacity. The computed results indicate that the increased load carrying capacity owing to magnetization gets negligible help from the effect of viscosity variation.

2022 ◽  
Vol 216 ◽  
pp. 105981
Jing Sun ◽  
Jichao Miao ◽  
Hairong Mu ◽  
Jinhui Xu ◽  
Ningning Zhai

2022 ◽  
Vol 135 ◽  
pp. 108548
Aoyang Wang ◽  
Xiaoyu Liao ◽  
Zhijun Tong ◽  
Walian Du ◽  
Jiquan Zhang ◽  

Lubricants ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (1) ◽  
pp. 12
Yuechang Wang ◽  
Abdullah Azam ◽  
Gaolong Zhang ◽  
Abdel Dorgham ◽  
Ying Liu ◽  

Experimental results have confirmed that parallel rough surfaces can be separated by a full fluid film. However, such a lift-off effect is not expected by the traditional Reynolds theory. This paper proposes a deterministic mixed lubrication model to understand the mechanism of the lift-off effect. The proposed model considered the interaction between asperities and the micro-elastohydrodynamic lubrication (micro-EHL) at asperities within parallel rough surfaces for the first time. The proposed model is verified by predicting the measured Stribeck curve taken from literature and experiments conducted in this work. The simulation results highlight that the micro-EHL effect at the asperity scale is critical in building load-carrying capacity between parallel rough surfaces. Finally, the drawbacks of the proposed model are addressed and the directions of future research are pointed out.

Mathematics ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 10 (2) ◽  
pp. 266
Wenzhi Cao ◽  
Jilin Deng ◽  
Yi Yang ◽  
Yangyan Zeng ◽  
Limei Liu

The scientific and reasonable evaluation of the carrying capacity of water resources is of guiding significance for solving the issues of water resource shortages and pollution control. It is also an important method for realizing the sustainable development of water resources. Aiming at an evaluation of the carrying capacity of water resources, an evaluation model based on the cloud model theory and evidential reasoning approach is studied. First, based on the existing indicators, a water resources evaluation index system based on the pressure-state-response (PSR) model is constructed, and a classification method of carrying capacity grade is designed. The cloud model theory is used to realize the transformation between the measured value of indicators and the degree of correlation. Second, to obtain the weight of the evaluation index, the weight method of the index weights model based on the entropy weight method and evidential reasoning approach is proposed. Then, the reliability distribution function of the evaluation index and the graded probability distribution of the carrying capacity of water resources are obtained by an evidential reasoning approach. Finally, the evaluation method of the carrying capacity of water resources is constructed, and specific steps are provided. The proposed method is applied to the evaluation of water resources carrying capacity for Hunan Province, which verifies the feasibility and effectiveness of the method proposed in the present study. This paper applies this method of the evaluation of the water resources carrying capacity of Hunan Province from 2010 to 2019. It is concluded that the water resources carrying capacity of Hunan Province belongs to III~V, which is between the critical state and the strong carrying capacity state. The carrying capacity of the province’s water resources is basically on the rise. This shows that the carrying capacity of water resources in Hunan Province is in good condition, and corresponding protective measures should be taken to continue the current state.

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