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Volume 327, 20202020 4th International Conference on Measurement Instrumentation and Electronics (ICMIE 2020)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Mechanical Design and Vehicle Engineering|
|Published online||06 November 2020|
Study on Sealing Performance of Oil Seal with Micro-pores Textured in Rotary Shaft Surface
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In order to improve the reliability and the long life cycle of the lip seals, comprehensive consideration of the liquid film cavitation and JFO mass conservation boundary conditions, the geometry model of the oil seal with micro-diamonds textured on the shaft surface is given, and its mathematical model is built, the relevant numerical calculation method is used, eventually that the film pressure distribution and the micro diamond pores structure parameters effect on the seal performance are obtained under the different operating conditions. The results showed that the dynamic pressure effect caused by the diamond pores can make the oil film pressure field between the axial surface and the lip produced regular axial and radial wave change. At the same time, the change of working conditions strengthen or weaken the change law of the oil film pressure field, so which make the reliability of the liquid pressure, lubricating property and pump suction effect also change accordingly. The size, shape and pores direction of the micro-diamonds texture have great influence on the oil seal performance and lubrication characteristics, which can help to reduce the leakage rate, control the pump suction direction, stable the liquid pressure and reduce the friction. In order to improve the stability of the liquid film and pump suction effect, reduce the leakage rate, friction and wear, the axial surface micro-diamond pores texture of which the cone width ratio is 0.4-0.6, the pores depth is 1.5-4.5μm and the tilt angle is 40°-50° shall be selected for the oil seals.
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