Friction and Wear Performance of Various Polymer Coatings for Journal Bearings under Stop Start Sliding

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Friction and Wear Performance of Various Polymer Coatings for Journal Bearings under Stop Start Sliding. / Summer, Florian; Grun, Florian; Ravenhill, Emma R.

In: Lubricants, Vol. 8.2020, No. 1, 1, 01.01.2020.

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title = "Friction and Wear Performance of Various Polymer Coatings for Journal Bearings under Stop Start Sliding",
abstract = "Increasing environmental legislation and demands for improved fuel economy performance have resulted in the introduction of various measures to optimize the internal combustion engine. Many of these actions significantly change the operating conditions of the engines and bring with them new challenges that original engine manufacturers (OEMs) have to solve. One example is stop start technology, which changes the operation of many core parts of engines such as journal bearings. Hence, the current paper deals with this topic. In particular, dierent polymer coated bearings have been studied regarding their friction and wear performance under stop start sliding. Detailed material characterization of the materials was carried out using light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. Furthermore, tribometric tests were conducted under controlled and similar conditions on a TE92 tribometer using a bearing segment test set up. The results show that the various polymer coated bearings tested provide enhanced friction and wear performance in comparison to other bearing types (e.g., lead-based electroplated) and that friction and wear performance differs also among them. In this regard, a higher amount of solid lubricant fillers and a dense filler structure appears to be beneficial under the given test conditions.",
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