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Experimental evaluation of foil-supported resilient-pad gas-lubricated thrust bearing

Zolton N Nemeth

Experimental evaluation of foil-supported resilient-pad gas-lubricated thrust bearing

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bearings (Machinery),
  • Gas-lubricated bearings,
  • Turbomachines -- Bearings

  • Edition Notes

    Issued Sept. 1977

    StatementZolton N. Nemeth
    SeriesNASA technical paper ; 1030
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p. :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16807099M

    Thrust Bearings Thrust Bearing Pressure Air Flow Transducer Figure 2. Schematic of foil thrust bearing tribometer. Figure 3. Advanced high load thrust foil bearing. Results and Conclusions To date, more than tests have been run with the thrust bearing test rig from speeds be rpm to as high as 80, rpm with imposed axial loads. replacing conventional bearings and seals (eliminating oil, improving efficiency). Important take a ways; 1. Combine sealing and bearing functionality 2. Operate at the most extreme temperatures 3. Do so using the process gas in the bearing gap • Air bearings as bearings and seals have the potential to revolutionize the fundamental design of. CERTIFICATE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, ROURKELA This is to certify that this thesis titled by “Aerodynamic Analysis of Compliant Thrust Foil Bearings’’ submitted by D. . or thrust bearing of turboexpander. Design of gas foil thrust bearing for vertically operated turboexpander used in cryogenic application Suraj K Behera, Sunil K Sarangi, Ranjit Kumar Sahoo, and Trilok Singh National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, Rourkela , Odisha (INDIA) Introduction Reference Thrust Bearings Journal Bearings.


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Experimental evaluation of foil-supported resilient-pad gas-lubricated thrust bearing by Zolton N Nemeth Download PDF EPUB FB2

The resilient-pad gas test thrust bearing was evaluated in an air-bearing-supported The test conditions were rotor speeds to rpm, APPARATUS Test Thrust Bearing The resilient-pad gas thrust bearing consists of six pads mounted on a flexible metal foil which is in turn mounted on a supporting structure.

Experimental evaluation of foil-supported resilient-pad gas-lubricated thrust bearing. Washington: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office ; Springfield, Va.

Experimental evaluation of foil-supported resilient-pad gas-lubricated thrust bearing / By Zolton N. Nemeth and United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. A new type of resilient-pad gas thrust bearing was tested to determine the feasibility of the design.

The bearing consists of carbon graphite pads mounted asymmetrically on foil beams. Thrust bearing supports the thrust load comprising of the rotor weight and the difference of pressure between the turbine and the compressor ends. The radial load arises primarily due to the rotor imbalance and is taken up by a pair of aerodynamic journal by: In conventional air foil thrust bearing which uses bump foil to support the top foil but the present work involves without the use of bump foil and considering top foil as a load carrying member.

R.N. Ravikumar et al. / Procedia Technology 25 () – Detailed experimental studies were conducted to evaluate quantitative Cited by: 2. The start-up and dynamic characteristics of a double effect foil thrust bearing were investigated in this paper.

The test rig and its two configurations were presented. Were studied the start-up torque, fluid film torque and lift-off speed at 9 operating points (3 different speeds and 3 different static loads).

The. Tailoring of the bearing stiffness to enhance the performance of gas-lubricated bump-type foil thrust bearing. of the bearing. However, further experimental efforts. cylindrical hydrodynamic oil- and gas-lubricated bearings and hydrostatic water-lubricated bear-ing).

2 Geometric Parameters of Bearings Geometric parameters of the considered radial journal bearings are listed in Table 1. Schematics Table1 Geometric parameters of the studied jour-nal bearings Parameter Bearing type Oil Gas Water D [mm] File Size: 1MB. Lecture 18 Aerostatic Bearings Aerostatic Bearings • Aerostatic bearings utilize a thin film of high-pressure air to support a load.

Since air has a very low viscosity, bearings gaps need to be small, on the order of μm. • There are five basic types of aerostatic bearing geometries: single pad, opposed pad, journal, rotary thrust, andFile Size: KB. This fundamental investigation of the thermo-fluid dynamics of a gas lubricated bearing forms part of a wider programme aimed at their introduction into the aeroengine environment.

The experiments provide the most detailed measurements to date of a hydrodynamic lubrication film which uses gas as a working by:   Abstract. This study aims to analyze the flow characteristics and the thermal features of foil thrust bearing. The flow in the gas film is modeled with 2D compressible Reynolds equation including effects of centrifugal forces in the gas film.

The Couette Approximation is adopted for the analysis of temperature distribution in the gas film, Cited by: 2.

For the thrust bearing, the pad circumferential partition is recognized as an essential factor for the foil thrust bearing in hydrodynamic lubrication. In this paper, performances of multi-decked protuberant foil thrust bearing (MDPFTB) with different pad numbers were experimentally studied on a thrust bearing test : Tianwei Lai, Yu Guo, Wei Wang, Shuangtao Chen, Yu Hou.

The journal equation of motion and the complete Reynolds equation of compressible fluid film are numerically solved and a computer program is developed The formulas are for externally pressurized. enhances the load carrying capabilities of air foil thrust bearing.

Along with the above experimental work an COMSOL model of the thrust bearing have been analysed to know that the pressure distribution profile on the foil which clearly indicates that the pressure developed by the conventional type of foils. Experimental Analysis of the Dynamic Characteristics of a Foil Thrust Bearing J.

Tribol (April, ) Conditions of Lift-Off and Film Thickness in Squeeze Film LevitationAuthor: L. Licht, M. Branger. In this paper a class of gas lubricated foil thrust bearings has been investigated analytically utilizing a novel approach which combines Finite Difference (FD) and.

Experimental evaluation of foil-supported resilient-pad gas-lubricated thrust bearing / (Washington: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office ; Springfield, Va.

Abdelrasoul M. Gad, Effect of misalignment on the durability of gas-lubricated foil thrust bearing The constants T in and C p represent the gas entrance temperature and its specific heat, respectively. At the temperature operating range of foil thrust bearing, the gas viscosity can be assumed to vary linearly with temperature as follows: P D E TTFile Size: 1MB.

height. They obtained experimental formula for discharge coefficient [8]. Many studies on effect of mass flow rate on the dynamics of an externally pressurized gas lubricated bearing are presented in literature [2]-[8].

But literatures about effect of mass flow rate are generally analyzed for small clearance. A New Structural Stiffness Model for Bump-Type Foil Bearings: Application to Generation II Gas Lubricated Foil Thrust Bearing. A new structural stiffness model for the compliant structure in foil gas bearings is intro- duced in the first part of this work.

A new structural stiffness model for the compliant structure in foil gas bearings is intro-duced in the first part of this work. The model investigates the possibility that the flat seg-ment between bumps, in bump foil strip.

Bearing Configurations. In pursuit of stability and compactness of turboexpander, aerodynamic foil bearing is a preferred choice. By virtue of the transient performances of the protuberant foil journal and thrust bearings [27–30], they are considered to be alternative candidates for the rotor-bearing this paper, both the aerostatic journal and thrust bearings are Cited by: 2.

t, et al, Analysis of Gas Lubricated Compliant Thrust Bearings, Journal of Lubrication Technology, vol. pp. – () 2. off, Analysis of an Aerodynamic Compliant Foil Thrust Bearing: Method for a Rapid Design, Journal of Tribology, vol. pp. –, () Figures used in the abstractFile Size: KB. A thrust bearing consisting of pads mounted on resilient, metallic, cantilever beams is de­ scribed and analyzed.

Compliance and stiffness of the bearing assembly are discussed, and the effects of bearing design parameters on performance are shown. After the general analysis, a design example is presented for a flat sector-shaped gas bearing.

A special case where zeroFile Size: KB. journal bearing are compared in Figure 2, where the structure of a traditional shaft oil fluid sleeve shaft sleeve air fluid elastic foundation (top and bump foils) ab Fig. Comparison of the operating principles of a liquid-lubricated journal bearing and a gas foil bearing Source: Own work.

Development of the Foil Bearing Technology   The performance of air foil thrust bearings (AFTBs) is studied for aligned, distorted and misaligned operating conditions on the basis of a very detailed numerical model for the foil sandwich. The exact geometry of the bump foil is modeled by a Reissner–Mindlin-type shell theory.

A penalty-type contact formulation including frictional effects is applied for the Cited by: 1. Abstract. Foil bearings are self-acting hydrodynamics bearings used to support lightly loaded high speed rotating machinery.

The advantages that they offer to process fluid lubricated machines usingworking fluid as a lubricant (ambient air) physically non-contacting high speed operation.

Foil bearings have been considered as an alternative to conventional bearings Author: R.N. Ravikumar, K.J. Rathanraj, V. Arun Kumar. This work is concerned with an evaluation of the performance of a gas thrust bearing using what amounts to a spring supported compliant foil as the bearing surface.

To enhance the load capacity of such a device, the leading portion of the foil is. The bifurcation behaviors of a flexible rotor supported by gas-lubricated bearing system with porous bushing are analyzed by a novel numerical method combining the finite difference method and differential transformation method.

The results obtained by proposed method are verified with traditional finite difference method, and the analytical results by these two methods are Cited by: 7. Performance of Simple Gas Foil Thrust Bearings in Air. by Robert J. Bruckner NASA Glenn Research Center has completed an effort to experimentally measure the performance of simple gas foil thrust bearing in air.

The database includes simple bump foil supported thrust bearings with full geometry and manufacturing techniques available to the.

The compliant foil bearing is a relatively new innovation in the bearing technology world, especially in the high temperature/high load application of aircraft or turbine rotor systems. The foil bearing operates in an oil-free environment and relies on.

By using dual number, the dynamic property of gas-lubricated thrust bearings or non-contacting face seals is analyzed in the small perturbation approximation, then an essential conclude, that the perturbation dynamic Reynolds’ equations independently of its whirl frequency, is advanced.

According to this, the calculation of the stiffness and damping coefficients independently of Author: Wan Fu Xu, Xiu Hua Li, Gang Ma. A foil bearing, also known as a foil-air bearing, is a type of air bearing. A shaft is supported by a compliant, spring-loaded foil journal lining.

Once the shaft is spinning fast enough, the working fluid (usually air) pushes the foil away from the shaft so that no contact occurs. Competitive assessment of the U.S. ball and roller bearing industry: report on investigation no.

under section (b) of the Tariff Act of (Washington, D.C.: U.S. International Trade Commission, []), by United States International. Aerodynamic gas bearing design and performance Dynamic viscosity of common gases is 2 or 3 orders lower than viscosity of mineral oils at operating temperature.

It follows, that also load carrying capacity and friction loss of gas bearing of the same dimensions as hydrodynamic bearing is 2 or 3 orders lower. AerodynamicFile Size: 1MB. Bump-type Air Foil Bearing, b) Metal-Mesh type Air foil Bearing and c) Leaf-Type Air Foil Bearing as shown in Figure For the present study, a Bump-type Air Foil Bearing is.

Ceramic matrices applied to aerostatic porous journal bearings: material gas-lubricated metallic porous journal bearing considering static loading. The static behavior is related to the effect of the feeding parameter. These studies verified that the load rectangular and porous thrust bearings.

Thrust bearing can become the primary seal face Very low flow Externally Pressurized Gas Bearings for Use in Rotating Equipment Gas Bearings as Seals – Other Attributes. Externally Pressurized Gas Bearings for Use in Rotating Equipment To. A spring cluster disc (14) for a foil thrust bearing (10) is provided with a plurality of sets (52) of springs (62,64,66).

The springs are configured to provide varying spring force and thus varying stiffness in radial and circumferential by:. Stability Analysis of Flexible Rotors Supported by Hybrid Permanent Magnet - Gas Bearings Stefano Morosi, [email protected] Ilmar F.

Santos, [email protected] Department of Mechanical Engineering, DTU - Technical University of Denmark, Nils Koppels Allé, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark Abstract. The foil bearing is same as the Journal bearing except that the boundary is deformable and not rigid like a journal bearing.

There is a pressure build up because shaft is rotating and dragging the air around it into a narrow channel.(See image) I obviously need to .Manufacturing of a Gas Foil Bearing for Palm-Sized Turbomachinery. (May ) Andron Jaykondor Creary, B.S., Florida State University Chair of Advisory Committee: Dr.

Daejong Kim Compliant Air Foil Bearings are used in a wide variety of applications. The versatility, ease of manufacture, and low cost of foil bearings are a few of the reasons.