Radial lip seals, thermal aspects

M.J.L. Stakenborg, R.A.J. van Ostaijen

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Abstract

In this paper the influence of temperature on tne seal-snarc contact is studied, using coupled temperature-stress FEH analysis. A thermal network model is used to calculate the seal-shaft contact temperature for steady-state and transient conditions. Contact temperatures were measured under the seal lip, employing different measurement techniques. The experimental and numerical results show good correspondence. This study demonstrates that the thermal network theory provides a useful tool to predict the seal-shaft contact temperature.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTribological design of machine elements : proceedings of the 15th Leeds-Lyon symposium on tribology, September 6-9 1988, Leeds, UK
EditorsD. Dowson
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherElsevier
Pages79-88
Publication statusPublished - 1989
Eventconference; Tribological design of machine elements : 15th Leeds-Lyon symposium on tribology, September 6-9 1988, Leeds, UK; 1988-09-06; 1988-09-09 -
Duration: 6 Sep 19889 Sep 1988

Conference

Conferenceconference; Tribological design of machine elements : 15th Leeds-Lyon symposium on tribology, September 6-9 1988, Leeds, UK; 1988-09-06; 1988-09-09
Period6/09/889/09/88
OtherTribological design of machine elements : 15th Leeds-Lyon symposium on tribology, September 6-9 1988, Leeds, UK

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