By Edward (COP)/ Clarke, Richard (EDT) Elgar
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Effective application of tribological principles enables not only reduced energy consumption and reduced material losses in manufacture but also improved and more tightlycontrolled surface finish. The latter is important in the development of low friction components. Another aspect of energy efficient technology is the requirement for engineering components such as bearings and piston assemblies to have long life, thus reducing both the energy cost implicit in replacement and the period of inefficient operation which precedes component failure.
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L .. og(U'q) Figure 1. e. 0! I I X v Ik,= og(uq) Figure I. e. film thickness, in EHD contacts 37 The right hand side of these figures corresponds to full film hydrodynamic or elastohydrodynamic (EHD) lubrication, whilst the left hand, very low lambda ratio side represents full boundary lubrication, where all of the contact load is supported by solid/solid contact and there is no viscosity-based fluid entrainment. The intermediate zone is, of course, the mixed lubrication region, where some of the applied load is borne by asperity contact and some by fluid pressure.