Checo, Hugo Dureisseix, David Fillot, Nicolas Raisin, Jonathan

In rough elastohydrodynamic lubricated contacts the geometry often exhibits two clearly separated scales: a macroscopic scale –the one of the bearing– and a microscopic scale, that of the surface roughness. In numerical simulation of lubricated contacts, this difference in scales leads to large systems of equations to solve. Assuming periodicity or...

Checo, Hugo Dureisseix, David Fillot, Nicolas Raisin, Jonathan

In rough elastohydrodynamic lubricated contacts the geometry often exhibits two clearly separated scales: a macroscopic scale –the one of the bearing– and a microscopic scale, that of the surface roughness. In numerical simulation of lubricated contacts, this difference in scales leads to large systems of equations to solve. Assuming periodicity or...

Checo, Hugo Dureisseix, David Fillot, Nicolas Raisin, Jonathan

In rough elastohydrodynamic lubricated contacts the geometry often exhibits two clearly separated scales: a macroscopic scale –the one of the bearing– and a microscopic scale, that of the surface roughness. In numerical simulation of lubricated contacts, this difference in scales leads to large systems of equations to solve. Assuming periodicity or...

Checo, Hugo Dureisseix, David Fillot, Nicolas Raisin, Jonathan

In rough elastohydrodynamic lubricated contacts the geometry often exhibits two clearly separated scales: a macroscopic scale –the one of the bearing– and a microscopic scale, that of the surface roughness. In numerical simulation of lubricated contacts, this difference in scales leads to large systems of equations to solve. Assuming periodicity or...

Checo, Hugo Dureisseix, David Fillot, Nicolas Raisin, Jonathan

In rough elastohydrodynamic lubricated contacts the geometry often exhibits two clearly separated scales: a macroscopic scale –the one of the bearing– and a microscopic scale, that of the surface roughness. In numerical simulation of lubricated contacts, this difference in scales leads to large systems of equations to solve. Assuming periodicity or...

Checo, Hugo Dureisseix, David Fillot, Nicolas Raisin, Jonathan

In rough elastohydrodynamic lubricated contacts the geometry often exhibits two clearly separated scales: a macroscopic scale –the one of the bearing– and a microscopic scale, that of the surface roughness. In numerical simulation of lubricated contacts, this difference in scales leads to large systems of equations to solve. Assuming periodicity or...

Checo, Hugo Dureisseix, David Fillot, Nicolas Raisin, Jonathan

In rough elastohydrodynamic lubricated contacts the geometry often exhibits two clearly separated scales: a macroscopic scale –the one of the bearing– and a microscopic scale, that of the surface roughness. In numerical simulation of lubricated contacts, this difference in scales leads to large systems of equations to solve. Assuming periodicity or...

Checo, Hugo Dureisseix, David Fillot, Nicolas Raisin, Jonathan

In rough elastohydrodynamic lubricated contacts the geometry often exhibits two clearly separated scales: a macroscopic scale –the one of the bearing– and a microscopic scale, that of the surface roughness. In numerical simulation of lubricated contacts, this difference in scales leads to large systems of equations to solve. Assuming periodicity or...

Morales-Espejel, G.E. Quiñonez, A. Félix

Given recent published measurements of the amplitude of the complementary clearance ripple in micro-elastohydrodynamic lubrication conditions, the present article compares theoretically obtained amplitudes with the experimental ones from literature. Based on the results obtained, the article explores a possible explanation to why previous attempts ...

Morales-Espejel, G.E. Quiñonez, A. Félix

Given recent published measurements of the amplitude of the complementary clearance ripple in micro-elastohydrodynamic lubrication conditions, the present article compares theoretically obtained amplitudes with the experimental ones from literature. Based on the results obtained, the article explores a possible explanation to why previous attempts ...