Generalized Reynolds equation and variational inequality in lubrication theory
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This paper has derived generalized Reynolds equation in lubrication theory in terms of tensor analysis and S-coordinate system, and has provided corresponding variational inequality. The curved effect of flow of lubricant fluid is considered, and the influence of intrinsic properties of surfaces of axis and axle sleeve on flow are counted.
KeywordsMathematical Modeling Variational Inequality Industrial Mathematic Intrinsic Property Curve Effect
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