The simultaneous effects of inertia and temperature on the performance of a hydrostatic thrust bearing

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An analytical investigation was made of the simultaneous effects of inertia and temperature on the performance of a parallel stepped hydrostatic thrust bearing. Expressions for pressure profile and load-carrying capacity were obtained under conditions of adiabatic flow. Numerical results for pressure distribution and load-carrying capacity were obtained at different step positions and film thickness ratios for several values of thermal conductivity. © 1979.

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Kapur, V. K., & Verma, K. (1979). The simultaneous effects of inertia and temperature on the performance of a hydrostatic thrust bearing. Wear, 54(1), 113–122. https://doi.org/10.1016/0043-1648(79)90050-4

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